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David Goldman is an American photographer. A 1998 graduate of the University of Rhode Island with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in Spanish, Goldman’s first job was as a staff photographer at the weekly North County Independent newspaper, in Rhode Island. In 2001, he joined the staff of the Boston Herald as a photo technician, before becoming a staff photographer there in 2002. In 2007, Goldman returned to his native New York City to join the AP as an editor on the national photo desk, before leaving in 2008 to pursue opportunities as a freelance photographer. During his time freelancing, he worked regularly for the AP, The New York Times, Getty Images, Rapho and Polaris agencies, and has covered stories in his career ranging from Afghanistan, Gaza, and the West Bank, to the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
In 2010, Goldman was part of the AP’s Pulitzer-Prize-nominated finalist entry for breaking news photography, for the team’s coverage of the war in Afghanistan. Goldman’s work also earned him the New York Press Photographer’s 2010 Photographer of the Year award. His work has appeared in major publications such as Newsweek, Time, Paris Match, Le Figaro, and Sports Illustrated, and his video and multimedia work have been featured on CNN and msnbc.com. In 2010, Goldman rejoined the AP as a staff photographer based in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ethiopia Project | David Goldman
David Goldman is an American photographer. A 1998 graduate of the University of Rhode Island with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in Spanish, Goldman’s first job was as a staff photographer at the weekly North County Independent newspaper, in Rhode Island.
Kuda et Sky II | Nick Brandt, Kenya 2020
Nick Brandt (born 1964) is an English photographer. The themes in Nick Brandt’s photographic series always relate to the destructive impact that humankind is having on both the natural world and now humans themselves too.
Untitled Michel Vanden Eeckhoudt Photography
Michel Vanden Eeckhoudt (1947-2015) was a Belgian photographer. He co-founded Agence VU’ with Christian Caujolle in 1986. He is represented by the Gallery Camera Obscura in Paris. Belonging to the tradition of reportage and the “decisive moment”, his works have been widely published. His personal works include Belgian competitions and Immigrants in his country.
Untitled | Jean-Marie Donat
Jean-Marie Donat (born in 1962) lives and works in Paris where he runs the independent creative editorial agency AllRight. For over 35 years he has been gathering a vast photographic collection of vernacular photographs focused on delivering a singular reading of the 20th century.
Acts of Appearance | Gauri Gill, 2015
Gauri Gill (born 1970) is an Indian photographer who lives in New Delhi. Gill earned a BFA (Applied Art) from the College of Art, New Delhi; BFA (Photography) from Parsons School of Design/The New School, New York and MFA (Art) from Stanford University, California.
Cuba by Raúl Cañibano
Raúl Cañibano Ercilla is based in Havana. He was born in 1961. One of the younger generation of photographers born after the Revolution, his work focuses on people, everyday life, history and socialism. He has exhibited world-wide and won a major prize in Cuba for a project on the life of rural workers.