Aurora Photos photographer Guillermo Cervera will have his first solo exhibit at Anastasia Photo in New York City from October 24, 2014 – January 4, 2015.
Work on display will include selections from 20 years of documenting armed conflict and social issues globally as well as work featured in HBO’s upcoming film, THE LAST PATROL.
HBO’s THE LAST PATROL, debuting November 10th, features Cervera and two combat veterans. They join award-winning journalist and filmmaker Sebastian Junger as they embark on a walk along the train tracks from Washington, D.C. to Philadelphia, and then to Pittsburgh. Anastasio Photos says of the film: “Making their way through ghettos, suburbs, farms and woods in multiple trips spanning a year, they re-create the incredible closeness and interdependence of soldiers in combat while discovering the pulse of America.”
To see Cervera’s work, visit the Aurora Photos website here.
Aurora Photos’ partner agency, Agence VU, will be at Paris Photo at the Grand Palais November 14-November 17. Artists that will be exhibited include JH Engström, Bernard Faucon, Jean-Michel Fauquet, Anders Petersen, Jeffrey Silverthorne, Christer Strömholm, Ester Vonplon, and Vanessa Winship.
An exhibit featuring the work of Aurora photographer Anders Ryman will open tomorrow, October 8th, at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. The showing, titled “Rites of Life,” is done alongside the 192nd session of the UNESCO Executive Board, which meets twice a year. The exhibition will be on view until October 14th.
UNESCO was created in 1945 in response to the two world wars and aims to create peace among nations based on humanity’s moral and intellectual solidarity.The photography by Anders Ryman depicts this solidarity, showcasing different cultures and ways of life.
To view some of Anders Ryman’s work featured in the exhibit, visit Aurora Photos
For all work by Aurora photographer Anders Ryman, click here
Aurora photographer Svetlana Bachevanova was chosen to be a part of the ‘Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy’ exhibit. A collaboration between the Museum of New York and the International Center of Photography, the exhibit is in time for the event’s one-year anniversary and calls for reflection on the devastation and recovery efforts. Out of the 7,000 entries submitted for consideration, Bachevanova’s photograph (above) was one of only 100 photographs chosen for display. In this image, Bachevanova captures the rubble from the storm against a somber sky.
The exhibition opened on August 24th on Governor’s Island in New York and will be on view until September 29th.
To view more work by Svetlana Bachevanova on Hurricane Sandy, click here
To view more Hurricane Sandy photography from Aurora Photos, click here
We are very pleased to announce that two of Aurora photographer Todd Bigelow’s images are now permanently being displayed in the Oakland Museum of California. The museum is known for their comprehensive collection of documentary photography. The exhibit, “California.. To Be Continued”, will open on Friday, October 21st, 2011.