“It is important to have photographs of your friends and family- it is a way of keeping people in your heart. I don’t have photos of my family who died … Continue reading
As Rwanda marks the 20th anniversary of the genocide, we look back at PROEXPOSURE’s Annie Bungeroth and journalist Sarah Davison explore how the country’s women are pivotal to politics and peace. … Continue reading
How genocide changed Rwanda’s women Sarah Davison April 2010 Rwandan women live with the scars of war. Many are trying to rebuild their lives after losing homes, livestock and belongings. … Continue reading
In August 2013 Proexposure ran two lively photo-training sessions in Hargeisa, Somaliland, as part of the Hargeisa International Book Fair. Photography is growing in popularity in this largely peaceful state, … Continue reading
The Africa in Motion (AiM) Film festival started last night and with it our exhibition. In celebration here is the second of our new promotional pieces.
Kate’s exhibition of photos from Somaliland’s 2012 elections and of the Hargeisa Book Fair are on show at Oxford House, Bethnal Green – well worth a visit. The exhibition coincides … Continue reading
Proexposure is proud to present the work of photographers we support at the Africa in Motion Film Festival. The festival runs from 24 October 2013.