Sun, 05/01/2011 - 16:45
Images are at the heart of Enter, the online publication of the World Press Photo education program. Issue 14 features insights on educational activities and five galleries of photography representing the widest geographical spread ever.
Five galleries take us on a trip around the world in the fourteenth edition. In South Africa, Samantha Reinders captured the subject of homelessness cast into the shadow of the World Cup. Tolga Sezgin spent time in Hasankeyf, Turkey investigating the controversy around a dam and hydro-electric installation.
Laura Boushnak visited people in Lebanon who had been injured by cluster bombs, remnants of the 2006 Hezbollah-Israeli war. Tammy David looked at the subject of obesity in the US, photographing women who belong to an organization that helps them come to terms with their condition. Dimitris Galanakis captured the changing face his native city of Athens, Greece.
Among other regular features is Close Up, a profile of leading photojournalists. In the spotlight for this issue is Africa's best-known photographic pioneer Ricardo Rangel.
Read Enter here.