Copyright Sarah Elliott, Panzi Hospital, Bukavu, 2010.
Sur cette plateforme différents projets sont proposés par des photographes…pour qu’ils se réalisent ces derniers font appel à VOTRE participation. Emphasis est une initiative novatrice…pour que le photojournalisme garde son indépendance, qu’il vive en dehors des réseaux traditionnels, qu’il conserve son regard singulier et qu’il nous donne à voir le monde hors des sentiers mercantiles.
Projets en cours
21st Century Communism- Laos
By Tomas van Houtryve
How has the Communist Party survived in Laos against the tides of history? Why are Hmong groups which collaborated with the US during the Vietnam war still being persecuted? To continue his series on communism, Van Houtryve returns to Laos to investigate.
Sin & Salvation in Baptist Town
By Matt Eich
This ongoing essay is about the dichotomy of light and dark, sin and salvation in the Deep American South. On a deeper level it is about the inheritance of slavery and how it continues to impact generations of people growing up in America.
Heart Land – The Battle for Kandahar
By Christoph Bangert
Christoph Bangert wants to continue documenting the fight over the crucial southern Afghan province of Kandahar. The project focuses on the human cost of the conflict and the lives of people caught up in it.
By Kadir van Lohuizen
Kadir van Lohuizen wants to investigate the roots of migration in The Americas by traveling from the very south of Chile to the very north of Alaska, covering 15 countries along the Pan-American Highway.
By Elliott Kurzen Ang Dherbeys
Four young women photographers plan to go back to Walikale in Congo to visually reconstruct the mass rape of more than 200 women there last summer. This collaborative project is about rape being systematically used as a weapon of warfare.
Pine Ridge Billboard Project
By Aaron Huey
The Pine Ridge Project is a collaborative effort between Aaron Huey and artists Shepard Fairey and Ernesto Yerena, taking the story of the Lakota and other tribes fighting for treaty rights, straight to the public in the form of street posters and billboards.
The Story of Uyghur
By Carolyn Drake
China’s policy to develop its western frontier has sent millions of loyal Han Chinese into Xinjiang, home to about 10 million Uyghurs. Drake plans to return to Xinjiang to photograph the ongoing changes in the physical and cultural landscape of the Uyghurs.
By Guillaume Herbaut
La Montaña is a violent region of Mexico where people’s choices are limited to poverty, migration or working with the narco-trafickers. Herbaut wants to remind people that there is a place in this world where people are killed every day with total impunity.