Today’s leading female photojournalists exhibit work from the Middle East
Thursday, August 24, 2006
Guest host Alison St. John talks with two award-winning female photojournalists about their coverage of the Middle East. The photography of Andrea Bruce and Stephanie Sinclair is currently on view at the Museum of Photographic Arts in an exhibit called "Today's Pioneers: Women Photojournalists in Iraq and Afghanistan."
"Today's Pioneers: Women Photojournalists in Iraq and Afghanistan" will be on view from May 14th through September 17th.
- Andrea Bruce works as a photojournalist for The Washington Post and has twice received the White House News Photographers Association award for Photographer of the Year, in 2003 and 2005. Her diary from her 5 trips to Iraq was published by the Post.
- Stephanie Sinclair is a Pulitzer-prize winning photographer who worked at The Chicago Tribune until 2003, and has since been published in several national and international newspapers.
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