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HATE HURTS ON THE DER SPIEGEL

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Hate Hurts exhibition in Norway

21/03 – 04/04

Melahuset, Oslo, Norway

THE DART CENTRE FOR JOURNALISM AND TRAUMA 

Cinzia D’Ambrosi talks about structural violence against refugees and her project Hate Hurts.

Gladstone Arms in London, SE1 1Q

17 October 2018 – 18:30 onwards

Argi has escaped from Kobani in Syria with his family after he was tortured by the regime and feared for his life. Unable to cross the border at Idomeni, he and his wife have found a little space to shelter just outside the doors of what once was an operating lift in the disused airport Hellenikon. This is how I met them when I entered the building hiding from the security. Still walking in crutches, he shows me graphic pictures of the violence inflicted on him. Visibly traumatised with his wife pregnant and children, he has not received any assistance ever since they arrived in Hellenikon over two weeks earlier.

BRIGHTON PHOTO BIENNIAL 2018

CINZIA D’AMBROSI TALKS ABOUT HATE HURTS AT THE OPEN FORUMS EVENT

University of Brighton, Grand Parade
Saturday 6 October  2pm – 4pm

They come on you when you are sleeping. One friend of mine he was sleeping and the dogs came on him and bit his hands and face. I have the picture of my friend. You can see his face. (he has asked permission from his friend to show me the photograph).

HATE HURTS SELECTED FOR 

THE EUROPEAN MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN BULGARIA

 

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HATE HURTS EXHIBITION

 RED HOUSE OF CULTURE AND DEBATE – Sofia, Bulgaria  (11th June – 29th June 2018)

                        Link to the Festival Program

HATE HURTS WINS THE PHOTOGRAPHERS GALLERY AWARD 

 HATE HURTS

Selected  by Brett Rogers, the director of the Photographers Gallery in London to win the PHOTOGRAPHERS GALLERY AWARD

among the exhibit at the Salon ’17 in Photofusion Gallery.