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Published in the new 2013 Calender of Survival, WE,THE PEOPLE
Thanks to Michiel de Lange who published some of my Africa work in the 2d Issue of 18%Grey | A Street Photography Magazine | Issue 2
Happy to receive an Honorable mention at the 2 nd Photography contest on Artavita. from a pool of 1027 only a few received this Honorable Mention World Wide Art Books was established in 1997 and has to date published and represented over 6,000 artists from all over the world.
And again happy to make an announcement, this time that some of my work is featured in the Spanish magazine Colodion. Frontpage
My Photo Exhibition Impressions of the Kimberley & Faces of the Omo Valley has now been moved to Cafe Il Cibo, 2 Market Str. in Fremantle (opposite the train station) il cibo is open from 6 AM till 4 PM 7 days a week. Phone nr: 08-94334900 . Postcards and all artwork is for sale [...]
This image made it through a big selection and is chosen for the Diary One World Almanac 2013 produced by New Internationalist and Helvetas and also will be published in FAMILY CALENDER 2013 which will be printed in July in Switzerland.
Valley Scene Magazine contacted me for an interview regarding my book TRIBAL ETHIOPIA here the interview with Beverley Ejedawe in Bookstew
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Survival works for tribal peoples’ rights worldwide. Produced by Survival International, this easy to use diary includes stunning black & white portraits by leading photographers and eloquent tribal quotations. Tribal people are not ‘primitive’, their survival is in the interest of all humanity. Very pleased that one of my images from the Hamar tribe from [...]
My book TRIBAL ETHIOPIA will be in the “2011 Frankfurt International Book Fair” October 12-16
Young Mursi Warrior received first place in Global Photojournalism on Flickr
The 100 most amazing events in the World! Today i received a copy of Sullivan’s List , 3 foto’s of mine are published in this great book, have a look at http://www.sullivanslist.com/ (Timkat in Ethiopia, Nr. 07) “Followers of God can sometimes sound as loud as the most fervent sports fans celebrating a victory…..” Thanks to David Vermeulen.
Renowned photographer publishes hardcover collection of 286 photographs capturing the lives, customs and essential humanity of the endangered tribes of The Omo River Valley in Ethiopia.
Proud to announce that I’ve received several awards at the PX3 2011 COMPETITION in Paris!
Ingetje Tadros images have all the hallmarks of a master photographer. Her images are a powerful blend of documentary portraiture with a candid insightfulness that leads the reader on an extraordinary journey into the world of tribal Ethiopia. Tadros’s works is reminiscent of the great Henri Cartier-Bresson with her seemingly effortless ability to capture ‘the [...]
I invite you all to have a look at the incredible photography Ingetje Tadros, a new friend of mine. Inge is Dutch, lives in Broome, Australia with her Egyptian husbond Romani and they run the awesome Land of Pharaohs Egyptian kebab restaurant in Broome.
REAL insight into tribal life. This photo book provides a stunning glimpse of tribal life in Ethiopia. The photographs (mainly portraits) are up close and personal, drawing you into a fascinating world through attention to detail and cultural expression. Each portrait carries an earthy essence; as much a reflection on tribal life in Ethiopia as [...]
I am very happy to announce that i finally achieved to Self Publish my first Photobook Tribal Ethiopia. It has been a long journey about how to create a book like this without the help of a Publisher and i am very happy to have met Greg who helped me to achieve this long last [...]
Survival International emailed me to let me know that they where very happy to use one of my donated images on the Omo Valley Tribes-page. http://www.survivalinternational.org/tribes/omovalley