We are excited to announce that the 12 documentary photography projects of the 9th cycle of the Arab Documentary Photography Program are now available to browse through on the program’s website.
With captivating and eye-catching compositions, the artists of this cycle move us through the region and beyond; from Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Bahrain, Iraq, and Palestine all the way to Algeria and Morocco.
Through a personal, poetic, and intimate lens, they are taking us on a journey sharing stories about exile, grief, living within the war, alienation, mental health struggles, generational gap, and feeling stuck.
We invite you to delve into the Arab Documentary Photography Program website and explore all 12 projects:
The ADPP is an initiative that provides support and mentorship to photographers from across the Arab region. AFAC and the Prince Claus Fund, in partnership with the Magnum Foundation, launched the ADPP in 2014 to stimulate compelling work by Arab photographers working across a range of experimental styles of storytelling.