This holiday season, we are offering a curated selection of stunning prints from Alexia grant recipients past and present.
In purchasing a print from this collection, you will receive a beautiful work of art from today’s photographic luminaries, while also making possible tomorrow’s most important photojournalism. These works are important additions to any serious collection of photography, and make spectacular gifts. Continue reading →
Dijana Muminovic was awarded an Alexia Foundation Second Place Student Award in February for “Beneath My Land: Exhuming Victims of the Bosnian Genocide” to document the aftermath of the brutal Bosnian Genocide. Her work focuses on the people searching for … Continue reading →
Today’s photo is from Dijana Muminovic, this year’s Alexia Student 2nd Place Winner. Dijana’s work, “Beneath My Land” follows closely the process of finding, exhuming and burying of the victims of the Bosnian Genocide, which took place during the 1992-1995 … Continue reading →
Today’s photo is from Dijana Muminovic 2013 2nd place winning student proposal, “Beneath My Land: Exhuming Victims of the Bosnian Genocide.” “At the age of 12, I survived the Bosnian war hiding in basements, where I listened to the stories … Continue reading →
The 2013 Alexia Foundation Grant judging took place at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University on Feb. 23, 2013. The judges were Lynn Johnson who works for National Geographic and various foundations, Getty Photographer John Moore, … Continue reading →
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