The Critical Camera exhibition takes a hard look at societal grievances and conflict situations around the world, as well as the impact and repercussions they have on individual people and on groups.
Beyond the daily news covered by the media, five international and committed photographers, members of the Society for Humanistic Photography, use their photography to take a clear stand.
Lela Ahmadzai deals with the situation of women in Afghanistan. Robert Knoth presents the impact of nuclear catastrophes in areas that used to be part of the former Soviet Union. Nina Berman uses her work to visualize the physical and psychological impact for US soldiers sent to fight in the Iraq war. Enrico Fabian spends time with rubbish collectors on the outskirts of New Delhi, and Katharina Mouratidi portrays the winners of the Alternative Nobel Prize.
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