Magnum Foundation

Magnum Foundation

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The Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund is proud to announce the recipients of the 2014 EF grants. The fund began in 2009 and grants photographers from around the world to support anticipatory work that sheds light on under-reported issues and communities. 

This year’s recipients are:

Oscar B. CastilloOur War, Our Pain
Qinggang Chen, Patients at Muli County
Edmund ClarkUnseen Spaces of the Global War on Terror
Carolyn Drake with Ashley Cleek, Invisible Bus
Zann Huizhen Huang, Remember Shatila
Kai LöffelbeinDeath Metals
Laura MortonWild West Tech
Ed OuNorth
Alessandro PensoRefugees in Bulgaria
Christian Werner, Depleted Uranium - The Silent Genocide

This year’s grantees were selected from a pool of 100 photographers nominated by 15 international photo editors, curators, publishers, and educators. These projects address a range of pressing issues including the human and environmental impact of tin mining, violence in Venezuela, social issues plaguing the Inuit people, and the refugee crisis in Bulgaria.