The 11 photojournalists have participated in four intensive workshops instructed by Søren Pagter, Gitte Luk and Mads Greve, teachers from DMJX Aarhus. One particpant, Ahmed Mostafa, did a project about a man from Upper Egypt and his horse. Photo: Ahmed Mostafa
DEDI and DMJX are delighted to show a first glimpse of the 11 photo series that will be showcased at the ‘Framing Life’ photo exhibition at Kodak Passageway. Following four intensive workshops over the course of one year run by The Danish School of Media & Journalism, eleven talented photographers have produced photo stories developed throughout their participation in ‘The Language of Photojournalism’ course.
The opening reception of the ‘Framing Life’ photo exhibition will take place at Kodak Passageway on Saturday 18th June starting 5 pm. Here the full photo series will be showcased and will be open for visitors until June 20th during its opening hours.
Childhood interrupted by Sahl Abdelrahman
A man and his horse by Ahmed Mostafa
Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea by Moataz Zaki
When Time Doesn't Heal by Islam Safwat
All that remains by Nadine Khalife
What am I doing here by Mohamed Anwar
Survivor by Sally Gindy
Anywhere But Here: Behind the Scenes Of Modelling by Gilan Hefny
At Kodak Passageway in Downtown Cairo, eleven Egyptian photojournalists showcased their photo stories after having participated in four workshops over the course of eight months hosted by DEDI and instructed by three Danish instructors from DMJX. (Photo: Rowan El Shimi//DEDI)