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 →
Judging for the 2016 Alexia Grants will take place at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University April 1-2. After the winning projects have been selected, each of the judges will give a talk about their connection with the profession of visual storytelling. The public is invited to attend all events. Continue reading →
The Alexia Foundation is pleased to announce that Teru Kuwayama, Darcy Padilla and Ami Vitale will be the judges for the our 2016 Professional and Student Grants. All three are passionate, talented photojournalists as well as former Alexia Grant recipients. We are excited for the wisdom and experience they will bring to this year’s competition. Continue reading →
Alexia grant winners Shahria Sharmin and Michael Santiago have been chosen to attend the Eddie Adams Workshop XXVIII, one of the premiere photojournalism workshops for young photographers founded by Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Eddie Adams. 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 →
“Tibet, as a country, will soon vanish,” professional winner Teru Kuwayama warned us in the proposal for his 1999 project “Children of the Sun: Tibet in Exile.” Massive immigration by Chinese had already reduced Tibetans to a minority. The Chinese … Continue reading →
The Alexia Foundation photo of today, Thursday, is from Teru Kuwayama’s 1999 professional project, “Vanishing Tibetan Culture” documenting the loss of Tibetan culture under pressure from China. The Chinese government orders monks under the age of 18 to be expelled … Continue reading →
Today’s photo of the day is from Teru Kuwayama’s 1999 professional project, “Vanishing Tibetan Culture” looking at the Tibetan exiles and monasteries in Nepal and India. Adults in Tibet sent their children to this out of the country in an … Continue reading →
The Alexia Foundation was recognized for 15 years of dedication to photojournalism in at the 17th annual photojournalism festival in Perpignan, France, in September, 2005. A slide show of 60 images selected from 17 photographers’ picture stories sponsored by the … Continue reading →
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