BRIDGE GALLERY PRESENTS HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2021 ZEKE AWARD
W O R L D V I E W
Photo by Rohina Hoffman
January 8 – February 5, 2022
#5 Pemberton Street, Cambridge, MA 02140
SDN is thrilled to partner with the Cambridge-based Bridge Gallery for the third year to present highlights of the ZEKE Award for Documentary Photography.
For the past two years, the Bridge Gallery presented the first-place winners of the ZEKE Award. This year, Bridge Gallery Director Greig Cranna has curated a selection of 19 submissions from all 100+ entries to the 2021 ZEKE Award to represent photographers from all parts of the world in this truly stunning exhibition.
In deference to the rise of Covid cases, the gallery will forego a conventional opening reception and instead extend the hours for opening day in the hope that the gallery visitors will be spread out over a longer period of time, and then expand the open hours for the duration of the show.
The back door will be open, air purifiers are in use and masks will be required.
Awake in the Desert Land: Sofia Aldinio
Vanishing Identities: Annette Bonnier
Brickworkers of Bangladesh: Joe Bürgi
Becoming A Citizen: Isabella Franceschini
Regard: Anna Grevenitis
In Gratitude: Rohina Hoffman
The Don Steppe: Misha Maslennikov
Incarcerated Artists: Peter Merts
First Line of Defense: Alberto Mesirca
Man and Earth: Marcio Pimenta
The World Ain't Enough: Oliver Raschka
Path Away: Nicolo Filippo Rosso
Love, Fear, Freedom: Ashkan Shabani
Campasino Cuba: Richard Sharum
Philippines: Girls as CommoditiesMatilde Simas
Burma: From the Inside Looking Out: Mick Stetson
Unending Ethnic Conflict in Burma: David Verberckt
Syria Refuge: David Waage
Abandoned Elderly: Michele Zousmer
For information about the 2021 ZEKE Award winners, click here.
Documentary Matters with Matilde Simas
Talking about her ZEKE Award submission Philippines: Girls as a Commodity
Wednesday, January 12, 7:00 pm ET via Zoom
Presented by Social Documentary Network, Digital Silver Imaging, and Bridge Gallery
Click here to register.