On line is a reportage by friend and colleague Philipp Fritz and myself on the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on a christmas market in Berlin: http://wyborcza.pl/7,75399,21157526,berlin-w-zalobie-mieszkancy-miasta-chca-zyc-jak-dawniej.html?disableRedirects=true
Out on the news stands this week is my portraits of journalist Henryk M. Broder in the new ZEIT Doctor Magazine. My pleasure Mr Broder.
Out on the newsstands today is German daily newspaper taz with a report from the 14th European Maccabi Games, written by fabulous author Jakob Mühle accompanied by three of my images.
Delighted to see one of my images from the 14th European Maccabi Games in Berlin in today’s taz (die tageszeitung).
Out on the newsstands is an article of Phillip Fritz and myself in yesterday’s Berliner Zeitung (and online today) on amazing artist and Maccabi athlete Alexander Iskin titled „The Opposite of Art“.
I had the great pleasure of following four German Athletes who compete in the European Maccabi Games from 27.7.-5.8. 2015 in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium for four consecutive weeks in preparation for the games for newspaper Jüdische Allgemeine:
For more please also view the archive: http://panphotos.photoshelter.com/gallery/Warming-up-for-the-European-Maccabi-Games-2015/G0000z1I4ZXBtEQU
Great to see one of my images appear on SPIEGEL online
From issue 15/2015 (April 4, 2015) of DER SPIEGEL.
Out on the newsstands this week is CHANGE magazine with a story on the relations between Germany and Israel.
Today Jüdische Allgemeine published an article with my images of Gilbert Jakubcyk, an old school gleeman, chain smoker and really really great guy. Read the story here and view the whole reportage images here
Jüdische Allgemeine also published a slideshow of the images/story here: http://www.juedische-allgemeine.de/gallery/view/id/113
This week Newspaper Jüdische Allgemeine published a rather large set of my images with the article „Klang der Wände“ by talented writer Benjamin Moscovici.
You can view the article and the slideshow here: http://www.juedische-allgemeine.de/article/view/id/19378
Out on the web this week is a slideshow of 12 images from Jewish Lerning festival LIMMUD:
Last week I had the pleasure of meeting Coco Schumann, a legend of Berlin Jazz and Swing of the 1940s, 50s and 60s. During the 1930s he was able to hide his Jewish identity but in 1944 was transported first to Theresienstadt, where he became a member of the Ghetto Swingers and later came to Auschwitz-Birkenau and KZ Dachau from where he was sent on a death march.
To read more about him please also see the article in this week’s Jüdische Allgemeine
or view the Coco Schumann gallery in my archive
Hitting the newsstands today is Italian magazine “Internazionale” with a report from Anne Applebaum accompanied by an image of yours truly on the double life of Hungarian politician Csanád Szegedi who was the leader of Hungary’s right wing JOBBIK party and learned that he was a jew himself. Read the English version here
One of my images was recently added to the permanent collection of the new exhibition displayed at the former concentration camp / memorial Ravensbrück. The image shows German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and Chairman of the Jewish Claims Conference Julius Berman signing the new article 2 agreement for compensation to the victims of the Nazis during a ceremony for the 60th anniversary of the Reparations Agreement between Israel and West Germany at the Jewish Museum in Berlin, Germany, 15 November 2012. The new agreement simplifies the previous regulations and allows reparations to victims, mainly in eastern Europe, who have not received compensation.
Out on the newsstands this week is French magazine “Courrier International” with a report on the mining boom in Tete Province with three of my images. For those interested in the topic, please also see my photo essay “Promised Land”
My photo essay on resettled communities in Mozambique is featured in “The Guardian”
You can view the full essay here