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 30 Ans, 30 Photos iconic World Press Photo winning photographs exhibition at the Memorial de Caen, France. 2018.

This unique exhibition raises awareness on global issues through first-hand accounts of the historic events and celebrates photojournalism through the work of the World Press Photo Foundation. Revisiting the iconic photographs of the last thirty years helps us appreciate the visuals of today. Today, when the world, the press and photography itself are undergoing seismic changes – and when visual literacy is more important than ever – we strive to help visual journalists and storytellers, as well as their audience, understand and respond to these transformations so the freedoms of expression, speech and the press can be secured and creativity can flourish.


Along the Running Waves of the Caspian Sea, photographs by Stanley Greene. October 2016, France.

Following the Running Waves of the Caspian Sea is a photographic voyage by Stanley Greene. Known for pushing the pictural frontiers of war, the American photographer retraces his memories here by going through his archives for the first time. The exhibition presents twenty years of travel with unpublished images from Iran, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkmenistan, shot both in colour and black and white. Photographs of forgotten conflicts and the ghosts of war, here we see Stanley Greene’s signature rawness liberated from editorial constraints.

Sur les rives houleuses de la mer Caspienne est un voyage photographique de Stanley Greene. Le grand photographe américain, qui a repoussé les frontières picturales de la guerre, retrace ici ses souvenirs en replongeant pour la première fois dans ses archives personnelles. Vingt ans de voyage, des images inédites de l’Iran, de l’Azerbaïdjan, du Kazakhstan, de la Russie et du Turkménistan. De la couleur et du noire et blanc. Des images de conflits oubliés aux cicatrices des guerres fantômes, il expose la beauté cru en de son œil libéré des contraintes éditoriales.

nota roja.jpgNota Roja; Mexico by Bernardino Hernandez, curated by Laurent van Der Stockt and managed by Maral Deghati (WARM Foundation; Bosnia, France, Bayeux 2016)

Acapulco, in the province of Guerrero in Mexico, was by far the favorite coastal city of the American jet set of the 1950s and 60s, it was still a holiday destination popular a few years ago. Proportion to the number of inhabitants, it is today the most dangerous city in the country.


SamanSaveDate3b800x1132.jpgDiscordia by Moises Saman, curated by Maral Deghati (WARM Foundation; France, 2016)

” ‘Discordia’ documents my personal journey as a witness to the Arab Spring. This body of work takes the viewer on a four-year journey through Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria as these states drift from revolutionary throes to violent fallouts. This project chronicles the indelible transformation of the region in this momentous period in Arab history.” – Moises Saman

A series of events curated for the release of the photo-book Discordia by Moises Saman.

Discordia by Moises Saman, curated by Maral Deghati (WARM Foundation; Bosnia, France, 2015)

1-1The Libyan War; a turning point in Photojournalism, curated by Sumit Dayal and managed by Maral Deghati (India, 2015). A multimedia exhibition of photography, video and interactive new media with Manu Brabo, Fabio Bucciarelli, Jose Colon, Diego Ibarra-Sanchez and Guillem Vale.

WARM Festival 2015 Poster.jpgTerror in the Central African Republic by Marcus Bleasdale (Bosnia, 2015), withWARM Foundation, Visa Pour  L’Image and Human Rights Watch

Part of the 2015 WARM Festival, the photographs by Marcus Bleasdale depict life in the Central African Republic during the 2012-2014 conflict. Bleasdale and Peter Bouckaert, the Emergencies Director of Human Rights Watch, covered the conflict through a fact-finding mission to determine whether or not human rights abuses were being committed.


Those of the North & South Photographs from both sides of the Vietnam war (2014), with Patrick Chauvel Foundation and archives from the Associated Press.

On 30 April 1975, Saigon fell. April 30th, 2015 will be the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War. This exhibition proposes a dialogue between both sides of the battle lines in the narrative of the Vietnamese armed struggle, to discover history from a fresh perspective.

Open Studio #1, 2 and 3 : Pablo Bartholomew, Asim Waqif, Julien Segard, curated by Maral Deghati (India, 2011, 2012)

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