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Moises Saman
Spanish, American. b. 1974
Featured Essays
Mar 10, 2016
In February Moises Saman returned to Iraq to continue documenting the effects of the Civil Wars there and in Syria. On assignment for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), he visited displaced Iraqi families in Tikrit, Baghdad, and Anbar Province where relief organizations are challenged by increasing demands for aid and support with improving sanitary conditions.

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Education
Feb 10, 2016
April 18 - April 22 2016
Raleigh Studios, Hollywood

Magnum Photos are excited to partner with Photo Independent to bring three workshops, lead by leading Magnum photographers to Hollywood, Los Angeles. For nearly seventy years, Magnum’s international photographers have chronicled the world; interpreting its environment, people and events and helping to shape documentary photography as a modern form... More...
Feb 18, 2016
Discordia, a new book by Magnum photographer Moises Saman, represents a personal memory of the nearly four years he spent living and working as a photojournalist in the Middle East during the Arab Spring from 2011 to 2015.

“These photographs were taken while I was working as a photojournalist in multiple countries in the region for publications such as The New York Times, The New Yorker, and TIME... More...
Nov 24, 2015
The Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition 2015 is about the National Dialogue Quartet. It tells the story of Tunisia after the Arab Spring, about the road from chaos and mass protests to a new constitution and free elections.
The Nobel Peace Prize for 2015 is awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet. The quartet is made up of four organizations which joined forces and took on the role of mediator when... More...
Featured Essays
Oct 15, 2015
In May of 2015 Moises Saman traveled to Rojava, the Kurdish region of north-east Syria, to photograph foreign volunteers in the YPG (Kurdish abbreviation for People’s Protection Units). He found a number of them who’d arrived from all over the world; Dutch, Spanish, Irish, New Zealander, British, Iranian, Estonian, Canadian and American. They were motivated to travel great distances at their own expense... More...
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