- Ron Haviv / New York City
- Tomas Van Houtryve / Paris, France
- Stefano De Luigi / Paris, France
- Maciek Nabrdalik / Poland
- Jessica Dimmock / New York City
- Ed Kashi / New York City
- Danny Wilcox Frazier / Midwest USA
- Ashley Gilbertson / New York City
- Anush Babajanyan / Yerevan, Armenia
- Carlos Javier Ortiz / Stockton, California & Chicago, Illinois
- Ilvy Njiokiktjien / Netherlands
- Liinda Bournane Engelberth / Oslo, Norway
- Ziyah Gafic / Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Nichole Sobecki / Nairobi, Kenya
- Zackary Canepari / Berkeley, California
- Ruddy Roye / New York, United States of America
Tomas Van Houtryve / Paris, France
Tomas van Houtryve is an artist, photographer and author who engages critical issues around the world. His major works interweave contemporary concepts, investigative journalism and metaphor, occupying the intersection between art and pure documentary. Many of his projects push the technical limits of photography, from 19th century chemical processes to thermal imaging and Augmented Reality.
Van Houtryve’s work is included in the permanent collections of the International Center of Photography Museum (ICP), the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago (MoCP). He is the author of the book Behind the Curtains of 21st Century Communism. His groundbreaking Blue Sky Days series about America’s drone wars was published in Harper’s in 2014 as the largest photo portfolio in the magazine’s 164-year history.
Van Houtryve has been honored with over a dozen top awards, including the ICP Infinity Award, World Press Photo, POY Photographer of the Year and the Bayeux Prize for War Correspondents. He is frequently invited for public speaking engagements and has appeared on the BBC, CNN, MSNBC, ARTE and France 5. He is a CatchLight Pulitzer Fellow has been a member of VII Agency since 2010.