Xposure 2021, fifth edition of the International Photography Festival, opened in Sharjah on Wednesday with moving photographs from across the world emphasising that photography can be a tool for change, not just for observation.
Few things capture the essence of human emotion, the range of feelings, as a photograph does. It is more than something that, at first blush, has face value; it also encapsulates the microcosm of life, be it outbursts of joy, nervy times, trials and
Celebrated Russian photojournalists Sergey Ponomarev and Dmitry Beliakov shared their experiences of covering the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, and what made them give up working in their own toxic backyard in a session titled ‘Where Do You Draw the Line’, moderated by Ray Wells, Picture Editor of The Sunday Times, yesterday, at the fifth annual edition of Xposure International Photography Festival taking place at Expo Centre Sharjah.
The first-of-its-kind gallery in the UAE will feature a monthly exhibition and display winning and nominated images from past editions of the prestigious Xposure International Photography Awards.
The fifth edition of Xposure International Photography Festival concluded in Sharjah with a tribute to the practitioners of the art for their dedication to telling stories that must be told. Organised by the Sharjah Government Media Bureau (SGMB), Xposure 2021 also highlighted the important role
Fifty-one of the world’s best photographers whose works will be part of the grand Xposure 2021 showcase, are flying in for the four-day festival, which will take place from Feb.10-13, at the Expo Centre Sharjah.
Sharjah will play host to a diverse line up of photo talent as 51 of the world’s best photographers from across all over the world will advance the art and appreciation of photography at the fifth edition of the Xposure International Photography Festival, to be held from February 10 -13 at Expo Centre Sharjah.
The fifth edition of Xposure International Photography Festival will connect experts in the field of photography and visual culture with audiences in Sharjah and the UAE
Iraqi photographers from the city of Basra have dominated Xposure International Photography Festival’s #HomeCaptured contest, now in its third week, as Ahmed Lazem took home the first prize of US$ 1,000 while Saad Al Hamady claimed the runner-up position, winning US$ 750.
Organised by the Sharjah Government Media Bureau, the week-long premier global festival which runs until Feb.15, brings together 70 world-renowned photographers, award-winning storytellers, and photojournalists on a single platform...