Posts Tagged ‘Andy Spyra’

Post-War Sufferance: An Interview with Andy Spyra

Bratunac - a Serb mother mourning her sons who had been killed during the war. Taken by Andy Spyra

Andy Spyra is a young photographer who has made documenting the impacts of the war and genocide in Bosnia his project. This year, the 26-year old was awarded the Oskar Barnack Nachwuchspreis for up-and-coming photographers. During his latest reports, Andy Spyra used the Leica M9 – a camera he appreciates especially “in the context of [...]

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Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award Winner Andy Spyra

Kashmir Series by Andy Spyra, Winner of Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award 2010

Andy Spyra is the winner of the Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award 2010 for his portfolio ‘Kashmir’. The international jury sought to find a series of photographs in which a photographer, under the age of 25 years old, perceives and documents the interaction between man and the environment with acute vision and contemporary style – creative, [...]

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