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Vertical / horizontal - Intérieur / Extérieur Exposition Photo de Françoise Huguier

Vertical / horizontal - Intérieur / Extérieur Exposition Photo de Françoise Huguier | Scoop Indonesia | Scoop.it
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Françoise Huguier, lauréate du World Press Photo (1993) et fondatrice de la photographie africaine à la Biennale de Bamako (1994), a travaillé sur tous les genres de la photographie en explorant les 5 continents. Elle a commencé sa carrière comme photographe de mode chez Vogue et le New York Times, puis sur des projets photo plus personnels et sociaux.


En 2010, elle a mené des recherches sur la photographie de la vie de la classe moyenne à Singapour, Kuala Lumpur et Bangkok. 

Pour son exposition en Indonésie, Françoise Huguier sera présent à Jakarta et Bandung, ainsi que la tenue d'ateliers pour les jeunes photographes là-bas.

 

Toutes les Dates de son exposition itinérante en Indonésie: 

http://www.institutfrancais-indonesia.com/budaya/fran-oise-huguier

Portfolio: http://francoisehuguier.com/

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"The Coal Question": Kemal Jufri receives Gold Medal Award from Prix De La Photographie Paris

"The Coal Question": Kemal Jufri receives Gold Medal Award from Prix De La Photographie Paris | Scoop Indonesia | Scoop.it
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Julia B.'s curator insight, June 26, 2013 4:55 AM

Indonesian photographer Kemal Jufri receives Gold Medal Award from Prix De La Photographie Paris for his work on coal industry in Indonesia.

Indonesia is the fifth largest coal producer in the world today and as of 2009, is the second largest exporter after Australia. This archipelagic nation only uses approximately 13 percent of the coal it produces for domestic consumption and the remaining 87 percent is sold to the rest of the world.
Coal powers 41 percent of the world's electrical supply. This led to the dramatic increase of world coal demand, which in turn prompted the industry to grow in leaps and bounds. However, irresponsible coal exploitation results in adverse impacts and comes at the expense of human health, environmental degradation and global climate change -- a high cost to pay when alternative energy is a cleaner, safer and healthier option.
In Indonesia, where open-pit mining is predominantly practiced, coal leaves an irreparable trail of destruction in its chain of custody from extraction to burning. The story of coal is a tale rife with destructions and misery rooted in irresponsibility. 

About the Artist:

Kemal Jufri is a freelance photographer with over a decade of experience covering stories across Asia with focus on Indonesia, for international publications including Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, BusinessWeek, Stern, Der Spiegel, amongst others.

He is a recipient of numerous awards and grants from some of the world's most prestigious institutions such as the World Press Photo, Missouri School of Journalisms Picture of The Year International (POYi), National Press Photographers Association's Best of Photojournalism (NPPA BOP), Prix De La Photographie Paris (PX3), PDN Photo Annual and many more.