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Future Exhibitions


Seosomoun Main Building, Seoul, South Korea, July 21 - September 29, 2015

Granted extraordinary access to parts of North Korea, this is one of the first ever views of inside North Korea and how North Korean citizens go about their daily life.

REVISITED 2005 - 2010 - 2015 : MDGs (Millennium Development Goals)

The Italian Academy & SIPA, University of Columbia, New York 18 September - 15 October, 2015
Royal Geographica Society, London, UK 2 November - 6 November 2015

The third and final part of Nick's work following the same people and families across 8 countries on 4 continents to see what has or hasn't changed in their lives.


Imperial War Museum, London, UK 4 February - 24 April, 2016

What happened to the eleven women that Nick Danziger photographed in 2001 to illustrat a study by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on the situation and specific needs of women in times of armed conflict?

Ten years later, the exhibition Women Facing War and the book Onze femmes face à la guerre these women tell the story of the intervening decade. Eleven destinies, eleven views from Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, Colombia, de Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Israel and Palestine.

Thanks to the mobilisation of local national societies of the Red Cross movement and other international organisations, Nick found trace of these women and re-photographed them in their everyday life. For some, their situation had barely changed whereas for others they have rebuilt their lives and today lead a normal life, far from the vicissitudes they suffered.

Onze femmes face a la guerre a photographic book from Nick Danziger is also available with text by Frédéric Joli