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In Burkina Faso very young girls are forced to marry. After the marriage they are used as slaves and their lives stop, literally and figuratively. Most of these young girls are raped after which they die due to complications during their pregnancy. Amnesty wanted to put pressure on the Burkina Faso government, through a petition, to stop these medieval practices. This resulted in a compelling visual that shows the birth of a young girl in Burkina Faso, already wearing her wedding veil. The visual appeared as a print and on social media.
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Longsleeve Productions is again gearing up for summer in the Swiss Alps.
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Zermatt is the summer destination for spectacular outdoor locations, be it snow covered glaciers or lush green meadows.
Go & See Anna Wintour at CANNES LIONS 2016 in Conversation with Christopher Bailey at 10:00 on Tuesday 21 June
She has been the recipient of numerous awards for her leadership and charitable efforts, including the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Award of Courage for AIDS Research from the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amFAR). In 2008, for her service to British journalism and fashion, Anna Wintour was appointed to the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth II. In October 2009, President Obama appointed her to the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities. Most recently, in 2011 she was awarded the Legion...
“This is a plea for funding to preserve the coyrights to my independent personal work. I am in a legal battle with the Richard Avedon Foundation, a battle that should be of great interest to anyone in the arts and the world of photography. It should resonate in the hearts and souls of all creative persons whose existence is defned by their work.” Gideon Lewin
Michael Hoppen Gallery is delighted to present 'End.', the first solo exhibition by the Irish photographer Eamonn Doyle to be held in London. The series is the third and final installment of three bodies of work, each of which explores Doyle's native Dublin with varying stylistic techniques. His photographs are taken at close range in and around the multi-cultural, working class area of North Dublin's Parnell Street where the artist has long been a resident, and he describes being drawn to both the area's vibrancy and weary pathos. Unlike many of today's photographers constantly searching for the exotic and unknown, Doyle has instead chosen to draw from the wealth of photographic subjects on his doorstep.