About Munem Wasif
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- Munem Wasif has honed his monochromatic way of visually interpreting the world. This juror for LensCulture’s Black and White Awards reveals the details that affect him most through the language of photography.
- “If you’re going to stand out, be different. Be different and put yourself in situations where your work will be noticed.” Words of wisdom and advice from Xavier Soule, the president of one of France’s great photographic institutions.
- Wasif Munem was awarded a special prize by the Prix Pictet to document the struggles of people in Bangladesh who have lost practically all of their natural resources and ways of life as a result of short-sighted shrimp farming along the coastline. Text by Francis Hodgson.
- In this beautiful photobook, we gain an insider’s artful and intimate view of the rich variety of daily life in Old Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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