The Alexia Foundation is proud to be an official partner of the 2017 Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival. Founded by 100 Reporters, the festival screens combines investigative film screenings for the public with a professional symposium for journalists and visual storytellers.
For the 10th consecutive year, Alexia Foundation Executive Administrator James Dooley will be presenting the works of Alexia Grant Recipients at the Pingyao International Photography Festival in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the ancient walled city of Pingyao, China. He will be exhibiting the projects of The Alexia 2017 winners Sarah Blesener and Monica Jorge.
“Showing the Alexia student and professional winners each year gives the winners and the Alexia Foundation an opportunity to expose a large audience to the power and the importance of serious documentary photography,” explains Dooley. Continue reading
June 13-19, The Alexia Foundation took part in the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph, one of the world’s premiere celebrations of the medium. It was a tremendous chance to extend the reach of the work of our grant recipients, help education young photographers and connect to those interested in the issues and photojournalism about which we are so passionate. Continue reading
The Alexia Foundation will be at the Auckland Festival of Photography in early June, sharing the work of Alexia grantees and connecting with festival attendees. Continue reading
United Photo Industries is opening their annual Photoville, today, Sept. 18, in Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York. The festival will run until Sunday, Sept. 28. Since its launch in 2012, it has become the largest photography festival in New York … Continue reading
The Alexia Foundation will be exhibiting the work of Sebastian Liste and Mehran Hamrahi, our 2014 Professional and Student Grant Winners at the 2014 Pingyao International Photography Festival in Pingyao, China. The exhibition opens Sept. 19 and runs until Sept. … Continue reading
Jim Dooley, our Executive Administrator, is on his way to Australia to represent The Alexia Foundation at the Head On Photo Festival in Sydney. The festival is the second largest festival of photography in the world, celebrating a wide range … Continue reading
The Alexia Foundation will be bringing an exhibition to the 13th China Pingyao International Photography Festival. This is the sixth consecutive year that the foundation has exhibited in the festival. Opening next month, the week long 2013 festival runs from … Continue reading
The Charlottesville Festival of the Photograph Look3, is around the corner and a number of the Alexia Foundation family and former grantees will be participating. Mike Davis, the newly appointed Alexia Tsairis Chair at Syracuse will be reviewing portfolios, along … Continue reading