Women War Photographers

Women War Photographers, this exhibit presents the work from five of the worlds leading photojournalists that cover war and conflict in different regions of the world. Alexandra Boulat from the photo agency VII exhibits her work from the break up of Yugoslavia. Ami Vitale introduces us to the conflict that continues to destroy the lives of the people of Kashmir. Kate Brooks of Polaris Images in New York visits both Afghanistan and Iraq. Heidi Levine / Sipa Press shares a collection of her fifteenplus years of photographing the Israel-Palestine conflict.  

As we view these different conflicts though the eyes of these courageous photographers we discover that no matter where, when or to whom, armed conflict always has the same destructive effect on a population caught in its way.

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Reference: Proposal for photographic exhibition Women War Photographers: photographs by Alexandra Boulat, Ami Vitale, Kate Brooks and Heidi Levine

Definition: Visual documentation of different conflicts photographed by women phtographers, from Yugoslavia, Kashmir, Israel - Palestine, Afganistan and Iraq.

Exhibition: 80 photographs: colour prints
72 prints 50 cm x 60 cm
8 prints 75 cm x 100 cm
4 text panels (intro and bio) 70 cm x 53.5 cm (kapafix 5mm, not framed)
captions available in English, Croatian, French, Italian, German

Space Desired: 80 linear meters

Date and venue of pervious shows:
Galway Arts Festival; Ireland - 2007
War Photo Limited; Dubrovnik, Croatia - 2006

Print Sales:
26 prints from the exhibit are available as limited editions of 20
4 prints from the exhibit are available as limited editions of 10


Wade Goddard
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