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inciteproject

Congratulations @markpetersonpixs on receiving this years W Eugene Smith grant in Humanistic photography with an incredible set of images. #markpeterson #weugenesmithgrant #weugenesmith#reduxpictures #photooftheday #photojournalist #photographer #photography #photojournalism #america #history #inciteproject

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antonio_gibotta

Tra le centinaia di contest fotografici esistenti, ce ne sono solo alcuni che spiccano per fascino e prestigio. Tra questi c’è l’Eugene Smith Grant! 
Per rendersi conto di quanto sia selettivo basta guardare chi sono stati, dal 1980 ad oggi, i Fotografi che sono stati premiati. Personaggi del calibro di Sebastião Salgado, Paolo Pellegrin, James Nachtwey, Darcy Padilla, Stanley Green, Eugene Richards, Pep Bonet, Ernesto Bazan, Cristina Garcia Rodero, Gilles Peress, Letizia Battaglia, Jane Evelyn Atwood ecc… sono solo alcuni di questi mostri sacri della Fotografia.
 Beh… per me, essere arrivato tra i cinque finalisti in tutto il mondo, è già di per sé una grande vittoria. #lifeforthestory #canonambassador #antoniogibotta #canon #eugenesmithfund #weugenesmith #genesmith #photojournalism #grant

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carolinesinno

Proud to be part of “Let Us Now Praise Courageous Women, Sacred Eye Sicily” photography collective comprised of five female photographers led by fierce photojournalists, activists and 1985 W. Eugene Smith Grant Co-Recipients Donna Ferrato and Letizia Battaglia. Tonight at the 39th Annual W. Eugene Smith Grant Awards Ceremony we had the honor of debuting a short documentary film in effort to bring awareness of the plight of women and children who are subjected to abusive relationships in Palermo, Sicily. Kickstarter campaign to raise money for the shelters and photo exhibit to follow in Palermo and Rome. Please stay tuned for details. #sacredeyesicily #letiziabattaglia #donnaferrato #strongwomen #courageouswomen #photojournalism #eugenesmithfund #enddomesticviolence #carolinesinnophotography #nycphotographer #womenhelpwomen #sacredeyeworkshop #domesticviolence #humanity #awareness #stopdomesticviolence #help #palermo #sicily #strong #italy #weugenesmith #awardsceremony2018 #performance #singers #womenempowerment

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eyeboveyou

Jodi Kantor spoke tonight at the 39th Annual W. Eugene Smith Fund Award for Humanistic Photography about her own story on the investigative report that won her the Pulitzer prize and shared her heartfelt respect for the freelance documentary photographers that presented their projects this evening. She encouraged and stressed the importance, in these dark times in particular, of shedding light upon the stories of silent victims, on the contradictions of our modern societies, on the cases of violence against women, of gender discrimination and racism. #showyourhumanity #showyourrespect #fightforyourrights : : : . . #weugenesmith #awardceremony #humanisticphotography #jodikantor #metoo #contemporaryphotography #photojournalism #photography #photographers #journalist #investigativejournalism #photoreporter #photoessay #eugenesmith #svatheatre #pulitzer @jodikantor @w_eugene_smith

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photoethicscentre

Absolutely thrilled to be named as a finalist for the #howardchapnick award with the #weugenesmith foundation! Congratulations to Pete Brook for winning the grant with his work in American prisons. Excellent evening of inspiring work. #photoethics #photography #awards #nyc

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antonio_gibotta

Stuck in the cold of Belgrade Belgrade is captured by an intense and cold. The streets around the railway station are full of people in the frenzy of city life. A few dozen meters away, behind the central railway station, lies another reality, that of the barracks, the illegal camp of refugees trying to reach the border with Hungary. They live among rubbish and rubble, in the dark, without light, without baths, no kitchens, the living conditions are at the limit of the human. Smell of dirt and trash, a thick black smoke impregnates the surrounding air. Some of them show signs of wounds during attempts to cross the border with Hungary. The temperature below zero forces them to make fires to warm up. Fire is fueled by anything, plastic, rubber, waste, causing damage to breathing and health in general. Some have chosen to live in the old wagons but here the cold is even more intense than in the warehouses. People wash themselves outdoors with temperatures below zero, with water heated with bins or bottles placed near the fire. Despite the cold, gestures are accurate and natural, habit of a lost daily life. Some volunteer associations provide a hot meal daily. The queues are very long, some do not look up from the ground, wrapped in blankets. Equally long are the queues to get clothes and shoes, always too wide or too narrow. Volunteers also try to offer, above all, dignity, comfort, socialization with their presence with a word or moments of aggregation. They gather in front of the fire to smoke and talk about families, their dreams, their fears. They are just over a thousand, most of them are Afghani and Pakistani men and boys. People locked in Serbia can not go back and can not go on. The Barraks were demolished by the bulldozers in May 2017 to make room for gentrification and asylum seekers transferred to official camps far from the city and again invisible. #lifeforthestoryR #canonambassador #antoniogibotta #canon #eugenesmithfund #weugenesmith #genesmith #photojournalism #grant

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antonio_gibotta

Stuck in the cold of Belgrade Belgrade is captured by an intense and cold. The streets around the railway station are full of people in the frenzy of city life. A few dozen meters away, behind the central railway station, lies another reality, that of the barracks, the illegal camp of refugees trying to reach the border with Hungary. They live among rubbish and rubble, in the dark, without light, without baths, no kitchens, the living conditions are at the limit of the human. Smell of dirt and trash, a thick black smoke impregnates the surrounding air. Some of them show signs of wounds during attempts to cross the border with Hungary. The temperature below zero forces them to make fires to warm up. Fire is fueled by anything, plastic, rubber, waste, causing damage to breathing and health in general. Some have chosen to live in the old wagons but here the cold is even more intense than in the warehouses. People wash themselves outdoors with temperatures below zero, with water heated with bins or bottles placed near the fire. Despite the cold, gestures are accurate and natural, habit of a lost daily life. Some volunteer associations provide a hot meal daily. The queues are very long, some do not look up from the ground, wrapped in blankets. Equally long are the queues to get clothes and shoes, always too wide or too narrow. Volunteers also try to offer, above all, dignity, comfort, socialization with their presence with a word or moments of aggregation. They gather in front of the fire to smoke and talk about families, their dreams, their fears. They are just over a thousand, most of them are Afghani and Pakistani men and boys. People locked in Serbia can not go back and can not go on. The Barraks were demolished by the bulldozers in May 2017 to make room for gentrification and asylum seekers transferred to official camps far from the city and again invisible. #lifeforthestoryR #canonambassador #antoniogibotta #canon #eugenesmithfund #weugenesmith #genesmith #photojournalism #grant

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antonio_gibotta

Stuck in the cold of Belgrade Belgrade is captured by an intense and cold. The streets around the railway station are full of people in the frenzy of city life. A few dozen meters away, behind the central railway station, lies another reality, that of the barracks, the illegal camp of refugees trying to reach the border with Hungary. They live among rubbish and rubble, in the dark, without light, without baths, no kitchens, the living conditions are at the limit of the human. Smell of dirt and trash, a thick black smoke impregnates the surrounding air. Some of them show signs of wounds during attempts to cross the border with Hungary. The temperature below zero forces them to make fires to warm up. Fire is fueled by anything, plastic, rubber, waste, causing damage to breathing and health in general. Some have chosen to live in the old wagons but here the cold is even more intense than in the warehouses. People wash themselves outdoors with temperatures below zero, with water heated with bins or bottles placed near the fire. Despite the cold, gestures are accurate and natural, habit of a lost daily life. Some volunteer associations provide a hot meal daily. The queues are very long, some do not look up from the ground, wrapped in blankets. Equally long are the queues to get clothes and shoes, always too wide or too narrow. Volunteers also try to offer, above all, dignity, comfort, socialization with their presence with a word or moments of aggregation. They gather in front of the fire to smoke and talk about families, their dreams, their fears. They are just over a thousand, most of them are Afghani and Pakistani men and boys. People locked in Serbia can not go back and can not go on. The Barraks were demolished by the bulldozers in May 2017 to make room for gentrification and asylum seekers transferred to official camps far from the city and again invisible. #lifeforthestoryR #canonambassador #antoniogibotta #canon #eugenesmithfund #weugenesmith #genesmith #photojournalism #grant

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iconic.shot.bw

(Modest) Homage to W. Eugene Smith. . . . #portrait #instant #candid #family #mother #bw #bnw #blackandwhite #weugenesmith

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foursix3

On this date 40 years ago, photojournalist W. Eugene Smith died, so it seemed like a fitting time to put one of my favorite quotes of his on the letterboard.

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fotograftabugun

1978 - #MagnumPhotos üyesi Amerikalı fotoğrafçı #WEugeneSmith hayatını kaybetti. #FotograftaBugün #todayinphotography #inthisday #15Ekim #October15 #otd

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eugenesmithfund

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the W. EUGENE SMITH MEMORIAL FUND Cordially Invites You to The Presentation of THE 39th ANNUAL W. EUGENE SMITH GRANTS IN HUMANISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY & 22nd FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF PHOTOJOURNALISM ANNUAL HOWARD CHAPNICK GRANT _________________________ Wednesday October 17, 2018 New York, NY 10011 333 West 23rd St. (between 8th and 9th Ave.) The School of Visual Arts (SVA) Theatre 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 17, 2018. WATCH on FACEBOOK LIVE Keynote Presentation: Jodi Kantor. Ceremony RSVP: Please RSVP via the website link in the bio -- First Come, First Served FREE Admission Seating is Limited Doors open at 6:15 p.m. Announcement and presentation of The 2018 W. Eugene Smith Grant of $35,000 The 2018 W. Eugene Smith Fellowship of $5,000 Two 2018 Smith Finalist Awards sponsored by the Leonian Foundation of $2500 The 2018 Howard Chapnick Grant of $5,000 The 2018 Student Smith Award of $4,000 Reception to Follow #eugenesmithfund #weugenesmith #genesmith #photojournalism #grant The Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946©️W. Eugene Smith. Courtesy of Kevin Eugene Smith for the Heirs of W. Eugene Smith

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dfatnyc


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