Sandra Chen Weinstein has always been interested in foreign affairs and the international community since college. She worked for an American agency and lived in many countries before discovering her newfound passion for photography in 2006. Her second visit to the Holy Land was with Olive Tree Initiative delegation, academic scholars and business ventures, all interested in opening peaceful dialogues and resolution. After meeting with both Israeli and Palestinian officials to begin understanding critical issues in such a short trip, she travelled back to Israel and continued to document the life around The Wall.
©Michael Sibilia, La Luz, from La Luz series, 2009 It was Michael Sibilia’s first time out of the United States when he shot his series La Luz Reflejos de Semana Santa en Suchitoto. During the month of April in 2009, Sibilia visited the town of Suchitoto in El Salvador where he spent his nights diligently … Continue reading En Foco Member Highlight: Michael Sibilia
I wish to investigate and illustrate the relationship between two kinds of memory: the kind that is documented by mechanical recording devices, such as the camera, or preserved through historical materials such as maps, birth certificates, ledgers, and the kind of memory which resides in the recesses of the mind. -- Terry Boddie, excerpt from … Continue reading Print Program Highlight: Terry Boddie’s School Days