based in Brussels, Belgium
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Nathalie Bertrams is a print and photo journalist who works across Africa and the Middle East. After Addis Ababa, Johannesburg and Istanbul, she is now based in Brussels. Her work has been...
The Pulitzer Center’s newest e-book, Toxic Planet: The Global Health Crisis, brings together their stories, brilliant and heart-wrenching photography, and video to form a more complete picture of the challenges the world faces and of the profound impact of toxic chemicals on all humans, most noticeably on babies and children. Many of the portraits of families are intimate and deeply troubling. Profiles of advocates who seek to raise awareness and innovators who create cleaner supply chains are also featured.
Contributors to the e-book include Nathalie Bertrams, Caitlin Cotter, Fred de Sam Lazaro, Yolanda Escobar, Sean Gallagher, Beth Gardiner, Ingrid Gercama, He Guangwei, Makenzie Huber, Lynn Johnson, Michelle Nijhuis, Richard C. Paddock, Debbie M. Price, and Larry C. Price.
It features reporting and documentary photography from Indonesia, Bangladesh, India, China, Dominican Republic, Malawi, Guatemala, Poland, Ecuador, Zambia, and the United States.
Excited to invite you to the opening of the group exhibition KONTINUUM, a joint project of Alfred gallery and Betonbox Düsseldorf artists - this Thursday, 20 July 2017 at Alfred Gallery in Tel Aviv, Israel.
I will be showing the project Outcast - large format portraits of Eritrean and Sudanese refugees detained in Holot, realised with Dafna Gazit.
In the current group show Kontinuum at Betonbox, Düsseldorf, I present a new photography series "Outcast" - large format camera portraits as well as gum bichromate prints of African refugees in the detention center Holot, Israel - made together with Dafna Gazit from Tel Aviv.
Article by Julia Arciga in MediaFile, a project from students at The George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs (SMPA). MediaFile seeks to enrich the discourse about news coverage, industry trends, and media ethics.