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Congratulations to Ingetje Tadros. Her striking portraits won Bronze Awards in the International Loupe Awards 2012 (Peer | Getty Images)
Happy to share i have received several Awards at the International Loupe Awards 2012.
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 [...]
Prestigious photographic awards The International Loupe Awards consists of eight open categories and three amateur categories. Amateur categories are not open to professional photographers, but the open categories are for everyone with a camera. Winners of the prestigious prizes were chosen by 25 judges, from nine countries worldwide. I’m very happy that ‘the woman 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…..
Also started uploading my latest works from Tarung a tribal village in Sumba, Indonesia..more to come
I am very excited to finally started to upload my latest work from Sumba, Indonesia… Here a small peek, much more to come
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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Always a great feeling to jump on the plane, this time off to The States, as i received a Scholarship at The Missouri School of Journalism. It’s going to be very challenging which i really like, out of that comfortzone is the best way to learn and create i believe. Wish me luck!
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 [...]
Published in October magazine in the New Internationalist People, ideas, and action for global justice
My book TRIBAL ETHIOPIA will be in the “2011 Frankfurt International Book Fair” October 12-16
I have had multiple requests of people who want to follow my blog using an RSS-feed. This is now possible via the following RSS: http://ingetjetadros.com/feed/ Enjoy!
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 [...]
Today I met some great guys from The Emergency Response Team here in Broome, Western Australia from the UN Refugee Agency
Tessa McOnie, a Western Australian emerging artist was inspired by my work and has started to paint some of my images. Invite to Desert Seed
Published by Getty Images. Namaste नमस्त Western Australian based, Dutch born, social documentary photographer Ingetje Tadros captures our imagination with her inspiring images of India.
This image was selected in the Daily Dozen in March-Week 5. http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/your-shot/daily-dozen
Finally i had a change to make an appointment with Bruce Wiggin, a great Aboriginal painter at the Old Broome Lockup, a Local Indigenous Art gallery here in Broome, the unfortunate thing was that Bruce did not show up, so i had a change to talk to the Director Paul Boon, it was really nice [...]