João Pina is a Portuguese photographer who has worked primarily in Latin America but also has covered human-rights stories and conflicts in Afghanistan, Libya, Egypt, Ivory Coast and Mozambique. He is a regular contributor to The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Le Monde, El País and Stern. In 2007, with Rui Daniel Galiza, he completed his first book, “Por teu livre pensamento,” featuring the stories of 25 former Portuguese political prisoners. In 2014, he published “Condor,” about a military operation designed to destroy political opposition to the military dictatorships in South America during the 1970s. While a Fellow at Nieman, Pina is studying the importance and impact of archival photography and the way its juxtaposition with current images can increase storytelling impact and outreach. Image ©João Pina
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Looking for feedback on your documentary work? Do you want to meet other photographers and people interested in documentary work? Join SDN, Digital Silver Imaging and Blue Earth Alliance for this meeting of Documentary Matters. Documentary matters is a FREE and open meeting to anyone interested in presenting, viewing and discussing documentary work. If you’d like to present work follow the bookmark below to register, you must register in advance to present work, or simply attend if you’re interested in participating or seeing the presentation by João Pina.