Discover The Eyes #10 – Portfolio Section

Occupied Palestinian Territories, West Bank, Za'tara, 06 January 2013Hayat (left) teaches yoga to the residents of her village, Zataara,  on the outskirts of Bethlehem in the West Bank. The women are increasing in number each week.

Occupied Palestinian Territories, West Bank, Za'tara, 06 January 2013Hayat (left) teaches yoga to the residents of her village, Zataara, on the outskirts of Bethlehem in the West Bank. The women are increasing in number each week.

Jim Goldberg
GREECE. 2004

Jim Goldberg GREECE. 2004

[:en]©Delio Jasse[:]

©Delio Jasse

©Doherty Palm

©Doherty Palm

[:en]©Hassan Hajjaj[:]

©Hassan Hajjaj

Greece. Lavrio. 2005. Afghan refugee in Lavrio dentention center who has been wallowing there for years. His family escaped the Taliban and was sent to Canada but he has no way to reach them.

Greece. Lavrio. 2005. Afghan refugee in Lavrio dentention center who has been wallowing there for years. His family escaped the Taliban and was sent to Canada but he has no way to reach them.

©Michal Iwanowski

©Michal Iwanowski

[:en]©Salvatore Vitale[:]

©Salvatore Vitale

[:en]©Seba Curtis[:]

©Seba Curtis

©Walls of freedom

©Walls of freedom

 

The Eyes #10 : Crossings

 

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The Eyes #10

6/09/2019

The Eyes #10 : crossings

 

In 2019, The Eyes celebrates its 10th issue and invites Taous R. Dahmani, photography historian, to think on the theme “Crossings“, in echo to the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

In this 10th issue, The Eyes delves into the notion of border with an emancipating outlook : it is about exploring what is a border, a wall, and in the end to overcome the most definitive aspects and discover how borders also are the places to free oneself.

The selected portfolios for this issue explore each in their own way the means of crossing what restricts, whether it be by migrating, traveling, or through the culture, or even just by looking differently at difficulties. Whatever the means to free oneself from walls or borders are, these experiences always demonstrate a faith in humankind to find its way to freedom.

 

Artists and authors of this 10th issue : 

Dornith Doherty by Sarah Jayne-Parsons

Jim Goldberg by Clara Bouveresse

Tanya Habjouqa by Nayrouz Abu Hatoum

Michal Iwanowski by Tim Clark

Délio Jasse by Sunil Sha

Seba Kurtis by Stefano Stoll

Ursula Schulz-Dornburg by Pino Musi

Patrick Tourneboeuf by Sonia Voss

Salvatore Vitale by Lars Willumeit

Hassan Hajjaj by Ekow Eshun

Walls of Freedom