Beatrice Ferrari for Le Temps

Beatrice Ferrari for Le Temps

- For the Grande Interview of the Saturday edidtion of the Swiss newspaper

La Espera at the Nederlands Fotomuseum

- You can visit the exhibition at the Museum in Rotterdam from the 2nd of October until the 6th of December.

The New Saturday Night for The New York Times

- The world is under lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic. How is everyone spending Saturday night?

Salsa in the synagogue: exploring Cuba’s fading Jewish community on The Economist 1843 Magazine

- The Economist 1843 asked me to join Lara Feigel in Cuba and retrace her dad's journey from Antwerp to the island in the 50s.
Evo Morales for the Wall Street Journal

Portrait of Evo Morales for The Wall Street Journal

- Photographing the former president in Mexico City

Portrait of Evo Morales for Der Spiegel

- German weekly magazine Der Spiegel commissioned me to photograph former Bolivian President Evo Morales in Mexico City where he now lives in exile after having been ousted.  

Honduras Climate Movers for the California Sunday Magazine

- Te espero como la lluvia de mayo. I wait for you like the rain of May...

The United Soya Republic at Unseen Amsterdam

- Come to Westergasfabriek to get to see the audiovisual installation done by Emmie Kollau with my photographs for Docking Station

For Your Convenience An evening on image-making in a time of food ignorance and ecological imbalance

- ‘for your convenience’, an evening on image-making as artistic research and critical tool...

Scoop: The United Soya Republic at the Humanity House in The Hague

- In conversation with artist and moderator Yair Callender

Guest lecture at KABK

- Speaking to the third year students of the Photography BA at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague

Chivas’ fans for 11Freunde

- In Guadalajara to meet the fans on their match against San Luis with words by Andrea Canales

Starting a month-long residency with Docking Station in Amsterdam

- “Docking Station’s mission is to bring high-quality visual stories out there so that they can make an impact. Because they provide us with new windows onto the world."

The Villa Planchart in Caracas for Le Monde M Magazine

- Done in 1953 in a booming Venezuela by Italian avant-garde architect of Gio Ponti

Los Menonos opens in Paris at Gare de l’Est

- Until the 30th of June at Gare de l'Est as well as at Le Centquatre as part of Festival Circulation(s)

Member of Panos Pictures

- Excited to be part of this big family of talented photographers and filmmakers...

Looking Across the Border for Topic

- Directing this series of short documentaries in Tijuana, Mexico for Topic

The United Soya Republic opens at Centro Cultural Juan de Salazar in Asunción

- Part of the biannual photo festival El Ojo Salvaje, this year devoting to land use and land issues around the world

Costa Rica, ripe for Malaria Elimination for the WHO

- Documenting the efforts made by the Costa Rican Ministry of Health to eliminate malaria on its soil for the World Health Organisation

Miradas a la Ciudad – A Look Back at the City opens at the Museum of the City of Mexico

- I was asked to create a series of portraits showcasing those who make Mexico City such a unique place: from a taco seller in Colonia Narvarte to a taxi driver in Observatorio, Garibaldi Plaza’s mariachis and the Santa Muerte worshippers in Tepito.

“Can Sugar Tax Work?” for The Telegraph Magazine

- Working in Mexico City and the southern state of Chiapas in a bid to understand the effects of fizzy drinks consumption and people’s lives

Covering the Caravana Migrante for Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal

- The photos were also published on the front page of Italy’s la Repubblica

“Tapachula, Carrefour des Exilés” published in M Le Magazine du Monde

- I went to the southern Mexican city to document the situation for migrants from Asia, Africa and Latin America

Finalist of the Thomson Reuters Foundation & Barilla Center Media Award

- Thomson Reuters Foundation and Barilla Center partnered up to create the Food Sustainability Media Award

Los Menonos part of the main exhibition in the 16th Dong Gang International Photo Festival

- Running from 14 July until 1 October 2017 at the Dong Gang Museum of Photography

Mitad y Mitad – collaboration with Huck magazine

- The film follows the daily commute Karla Nutter makes between Juárez, Mexico and El Paso in the U.S.

The United Soya Republic solo exhibition at Francesca Maffeo Gallery, UK

- The private view takes place on Friday 21 April 2017 from 6-9pm

Plumbing vs Gangs at Giangiacomo Fondazione Feltrinelli’s exhibition

- The work done for WaterAid in 2016 will be in Milan for World Water Day

The Unseen Cost of Agriculture in Argentina, National Geographic’s Proof

- With words by Daniel Stone

Bright Spark Runner-up, Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward Award

- Canada’s pioneering charitable arts-publishing house awarded second place to The United Soya Republic on the foundation’s global award.

Recipient of the Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund

- "Selected projects are those that explore new models of storytelling, demonstrate a commitment to social issues, and/or are grounded in the communities they represent.”

The United Soya Republic exhibited at Ivorypress in Madrid

- “On 26 May 2015, as part of PHotoEspaña’s Off festival, Ivorypress will present the group exhibition Under 35, which brings together the work of five young Spanish photographers"

Los Menonos solo exhibition at Gallery Vasli Souza in Mälmo, Sweden

- From 20 February until 21 March, at Gallery Vasli Souza, a centre for contemporary photography in the city.