Maggie Soladay

Photo Editor
Open Society Foundations
Location: New York, NY 10019
Nationality: American
Biography:   Maggie Soladay is photography editor at the Open Society Foundations in New York, working on human rights issues around the world. She curates weekly take-overs on the @opensocietyfoundations Instagram account and is always looking for... read on
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The Moving Walls 25 Exhibition and Fellowship
maggie soladay
Apr 10, 2018
Open Society Documentary Photography Project is looking for artists who are exploring how our societies think about and respond to migration. We are especially interested in work that expands the boundaries of documentary photography and image-based art that comes from the perspective of migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers themselves, or is made through sustained and meaningful collaboration with these communities.

We’re inviting proposals about work that engages with topics of migration, identity, belonging, and resilience from a variety of perspectives.
Application deadline: April 20, 2018.  

Moving Walls 25: Exhibition and Fellowship
The Open Society Documentary Photography Project is soliciting submissions for a new joint exhibition and fellowship opportunity for Moving Walls 25, opening in September 2018 at the Open Society Foundations-New York.


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David 'Dee' Delgado on Puerto Rico's Recovery

By Maggie Soladay — This week, on the Open Society Foundations' Instagram takeover, David 'Dee' Delgado shares his work documenting life and the slow recovery in..

EverydayEverywhere Guest Curator on Instagram This Week

By Maggie Soladay — This week I am the guest curator for the @everydayeverywhere  Instagram feed. Please follow along from today till October 30, 2016. Guest..

Life in Sierra Leone after Ebola on Instagram by Nana Kofi Acquah

By Maggie Soladay — This week on the @opensocietyfoundations Instagram, Nana Kofi Acquah  @africashowboy is taking-over the feed looking at life after Ebola in..

Philippines based Jes Aznar documenting the execution of alleged drug offenders by vigilantes and the state

By Maggie Soladay — Photographer Jes Aznar has been sleeping days and photographing nights lately in order to document the executions of alleged drug users and drug..

Erika P. Rodriguez Explores the Impact the Puerto Rican Debt Crisis is Having on Everyday People

By Maggie Soladay — This is a critical week for everyone in Puerto RIco, America's oldest colony, as the government and the people brace for another missed debt..

This week, animated videos on Instagram: The abuses of Canada's Indian Residential Schools

By Maggie Soladay — On the  Open Society Foundation's Instagram feed  this week, photographer Daniella Zalcman shares animated videos of her collage..

Italian photographer Stefania Prandi on Instagram this week

By Maggie Soladay — Stefania Prandi takes over the Open Society Foundations Instagram feed this week with a project about the sexual harassment and sexual coersion of..

Emily Macinnes on the Open Society Foundations' Instagram feed this week.

By Maggie Soladay — Scottish photographer and Visura member, Emily Macinnes, is taking-over the  Open Society Foundations' Instagram  this week with her..

Willa, the first transgender girl to navigate Malta's new gender identity law

By Maggie Soladay — On the Open Society Foundation's Instagram feed this week, photographer Joanna Demarco's documents the inspiring story of WIlla, the first..

Police Brutality against migrants and refugees in Calais, France

By Maggie Soladay — This week on the @opensocietyfoundations Instagram feed, photographers Kelly Lynn Lunde and Elian Hadj-Hamdi are sharing images and stories about..

Photographer Sarah Stacke's long term work from Manenberg, South Africa

By Maggie Soladay — On the Open Society Foundations Instagram feed this week:  Love From Manenberg is a long-term personal project by Brooklyn, NY based Sarah..

Nyani Quarmyne's Queen Mothers in Ghana

By Maggie Soladay — On the OpenSocietyFoundations Instagram feed this week, Accra, Ghana based  Panos photographer Nyani Quarmyne is sharing his project about..

Photo Reportage of the Trafficking of Nigerian Women to Italy for Sex Work By Elena Perlino

By Maggie Soladay — This week on the Open Society Foundations instagram feed , a selection of photographs from the project "Pipeline" on the sex-trafficking of Nigerian..

Interview and Slideshow with photographer Amanda Rivkin about Refugees in Europe

By Maggie Soladay — After a Long Haul, Refugees Settle Into New Lives Far from Home "The fact is, being a refugee is a lot like being in a war. You spend so much time..

Photographer Timothy Fadek follows a brave journalist as she reports on murder in Juarez, Mexico

By Maggie Soladay — “Meet Lucy Sosa. As a reporter for El Diario, the newspaper in Ciudad Juárez, right across the border from El Paso, Texas, she had covered more..

JA Mortram shares stories that reflect on social exclusion this week on the @opensocietyfoundations Instagram account.

By Maggie Soladay — This week, JA Mortram is taking over the Open Society Instagram account with a new story each day from his project Small Town Inertia (..

Amanda Rivkin on Asylum seekers escaping war, now on @opensocietyfoundations Instagram

By Maggie Soladay — This week on the @opensocietyfoundations Instagram: Photographer Amanda Rivkin follows the route refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq are..

Time to Get Serious About Criminal Justice Reform

By Maggie Soladay — Ending mass incarceration is suddenly the hottest topic on the presidential campaign trail. Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee for..
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