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Robin Hammond, Zimbabwe - 47

Robin Hammond Zimbabwe - 47, 2011

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  • Medium

    Photography : inkjet

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    19.7 x 29.5 x 0.4 inch

  • Support

    Photography on aluminium

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 9 copies
    1 remaining copy

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Signed artwork

  • Offered by the gallery

    Professional art gallery
    AVIGNON - France

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    Zimbabwe #47, série : Your wounds will be named silence, 2011
    Tirage contrecollé sur aluminium
    Porte une étiquette au dos avec la signature de l’artiste
    Numéroté 1/9, édition de 9 exemplaires
    50 x 75 cm

    Expositions :
    - Arles, Les rencontres de la photographie, Magasin Electrique, 1er juillet - 22 septembre 2013
    - Lauréat du Prix de la Fondation Carmignac, Gestion du photojournalisme, 2011

    Bibliographie :
    R. Hammond, Zimbabwe, Your wounds will be named silence, Editions Actes Sud, Beaux Arts Hors Collection, Novembre 2012
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Robin Hammond

New Zealand Born in: 1975
Born in New Zealand, Robin moved to the UK in 2002 and began working as a freelance photographer. Robin is now based in Cape Town, South Africa. He is best known for his investigative work on human rights and environmental issues, often having to work undercover or in conditions of extreme hardship.

Robin Hammond is the recipient of the W.Eugene Smith Fund for Humanistic Photography, a World Press Photo prize, the Pictures of the Year International World Understanding Award and four Amnesty International awards for Human Rights journalism.

His investigation into the trafficking and exploitation of child footballers in West Africa was short listed for a One World Award in 2008 and his work from Zimbabwe later in the same year was short listed for the Care International Prize for Humanitarian photography at the Visa pour l’Image festival in Perpignan. In 2009 his story An Unforgivable Truth won an Amnesty International Media Award and in 2010 he repeated the feat twice over, picking up awards for Toxic Jeans and Zimbabwe's Blood Diamonds.

Robin won the FotoEvidence Book Award for Documenting Social Injustice which resulted in the publication of his long term project on mental health in Africa, Condemned. The same body of work was exhibited at the photojournalism festival Visa Pour l’Image in France, and in New York, Italy, Belgium.

Winning the Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism Award allowed him to continue his long-term photo project on life in Zimbabwe under the rule of Robert Mugabe. The work culminated in an exhibition in Paris and the publication of his first book ‘Your Wounds Will Be Named Silence’. The work went on to be exhibited at Le Recontres in Arles, France and in Milan, Rome, and Cologne and was featured in National Geographic Magazine.

Robin has made a wide variety of other photographic bodies from the impact of climate change on Pacific Island communities to rape used as a weapon of war in Congo and Bosnia, to the poisoning of ecosystems by multi-nationals in developing countries, to the rise of Africa’s middle class.
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Robin Hammond, Zimbabwe - 47
Robin Hammond, Zimbabwe - 47 Robin Hammond, Zimbabwe - 47