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VERY happy that this “NO GAS” image has been chosen as one of the 53 winners of the 2012 People & Planet International Photo Competition. The image “No Gas” is one of the photos to be published in the 2013 People & Planet: Social Justice & Environment Diary which will be published in September in [...]
The Moran Arts Foundation describes the Moran Prizes as “the world’s most prestigious and highly awarded“. I am very pleased to announce that i am a Semi Finalist with Eddie Roey’s images, 82 yrs old and silently protesting against a proposed Gas Hub North of Broome in the Kimberley in Western Australia, this could be [...]
It’s now almost 4 yrs ago i picked up my photography and while living in Broome i thought there was only one place to start documenting, something my heart went out too and i felt drawn to, which was the Aboriginal people. Even i’ve travelled all over the world and lived in Egypt i was [...]
A great initiative of ADAY.ORG. This project is initiated by the Swedish non-profit foundation Expressions of Humankind and supported by a highly respected global advisory council and a special scientific council. Hereby my submitted 7 images of the ongoing protest here in my hometown Broome in Western Australia. I am proud to be a part of this group of people [...]
Published in VOICE at www.pfbv.ch (1-2012) Society for Threatened Peoples International is an international NGO and human rightsorganization with its headquarters in Berlin, Germany. It claims to create awareness of and protect minority peoples around the world who are threatened by oppressive governments. The group states on its website that it “campaigns against all forms of genocide and ethnocide“. It has [...]
The last few days i had some more time to work on older work and wanted to finish this before i head off again, which is to Gujarat, India in about 10 days. This is a Corroboree which was held in October 2011, close to my hometown, but a very important Ceremony as me and [...]
Pindanpost published article of Walmadan Celebrating Country pindanpost.com Check out these great images from award winning photographer Ingetje Tadros, known for many fabulous photographs of culture and heritage, taken in the most remotest regions of Africa and Asia, now Australia…..
I am very excited to finally started to upload my latest work from Sumba, Indonesia… Here a small peek, much more to come
Pls have a read as this is an amazing project! Founded: 2011 Location: Seattle, WA About: We are a non profit organization dedicated to documenting the effects of corporate globalization past & present upon indigenous communities around the world. Company Overview: A non profit organization dedicated to documenting the past and present effects of corporate globalization [...]
Hereby i like to wish everybody a Merry Christmas and a very happy and healthy New Year, with lots of dreams and goals and fun. This is how i spent my Christmas | On Assignment with Getty Images (Editorial)
Always nice to receive emails like these: After reviewing the work you submitted into the One Life Photography Competition, our Editorial Committee has chosen one of your photos to be featured in our upcoming publication, One Life Photos. Out of the many photographs entered into the One Life Photography Competition, only a select few [...]
Published article at au.news.yahoo of the emotional ceremony which was part of a nationwide push by the Federal Government to repatriate Aboriginal remains, objects and artefacts stolen in the late 1800s and early 1900s for museum and private collections in Australia and worldwide. ©Ingetje Tadros
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 [...]
Today is the 100th day in the protest aganst Woodside’s proposed Gas Hub at James Price Point, Western Australia. Broome, the only town to escape the White Australia Policy, Broome has been a bohemian melting pot. Broome fears future as the next Dubai The Australian, 5 Aug 2011 KLC backs heritage listing for Kimberley Perth [...]
Upcoming event, Desert Seed, an exhibition of Tessa McOnie’s paintings inspired by my images Time is going fast and Tessa is working so hard to make this happen and here another new painting. Great job Tessa !
Tessa McOnie, a Western Australian emerging artist is inspired by my work and has now started to paint some of my images for an upcoming exhibition in Perth, Western Australia, the 25th November 2011. Invite to Desert Seed and Blog Tessa McOnie-Art All paintings
YES! made it in the Top 50 at nr. 49
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.
This photo received a recognition in the monthly Australian Portrait review on Flickr. (July 2011)
Recently I was hired for a campaign shoot for the new production ‘Jandamarra’. Jandamarra was a legendary indigenous warrior and lawman who led one of Australia’s longest and most successful campaigns to defend Aboriginal country.
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 [...]