Location: United States

Location: United States

Location: United States

A man with a walker in the middle of a rural road after a tornado.
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Ed Kashi
Four teenage girls outside with a stroller.
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Régina Monfort
Aerial photograph of border fence
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Tomas van Houtryve
Two men walking along the border.
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Kai Wiedenhöfer
Piles of paper behind woman at desk.
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Jan Banning
A father in a car feeds a child and holds another.
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Stephen Shames
Workers on small boats.
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Kadir van Lohuizen
A student in a graduation cap and gown.
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Bruce Davidson
A ritual procession of people in costume.
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Chester Higgins, Jr.
Close up with hand of volunteer and face of patient.
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Lori Waselchuk
A hand holding two small photographs.
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Margot Herster
Polaroid pictures with writing on them.
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Reentry Think Tank
Woman with hair down.
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Friends of Island Academy and the International Center of Photography
Dread Scott standing while being sprayed by high-pressure water jets.
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Dread Scott
Couple with hand on the stomach
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Samantha Box
Soldier with row of lights.
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Benjamin Lowy
An armed man on a bunk bed in front of a landscape.
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Abbas
A teenage boy’s profile with two more viewed through a window.
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Joseph Rodriguez
Church pews with flag.
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Katrina Media Fellows, Salimah Ali, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Keith Calhoun, Gerald Cyrus, Collette V. Fournier, Russell K. Frederick, Stanley Greene, Wayne Lawrence, Kadir van Lohuizen, Chandra McCormick, John Pinderhughes, Joseph Rodriguez, Radcliffe Roye, Frank Stewart, Shawn Walker, Clarence Williams, Michael Williamson
Men carrying hoes escorted by a guard on horseback.
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Andrew Lichtenstein
Muslim men praying on the lawn of a house.
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Edward Grazda
A man eating on a fire escape.
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Chien-Chi Chang
A man walking by a group of kids.
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Brenda Ann Kenneally
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Harlem Horizon Art Studio
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Gary Fabiano
Soldier with prosthetic arm in front of a tree.
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Nina Berman
Three women sitting in lawn chairs in a cemetery.
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Bastienne Schmidt, Philippe Cheng
Ruined chair beneath an ornate ceiling.
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Sean Hemmerle
Children playing in grass
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Andrew Hammerand
Shadows of three people on a wall.
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Gabriela Bulisova
Woman in a black and silver dress standing in front of an office backdrop.
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Endia Beal
A large group of Muslim men.
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Bharat Choudhary
Demonstrators with flag.
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Abdi Roble
Twelve men in chains in front of a bus with two guards.
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Andrew Lichtenstein
Colored bars created by composite grid of thousands of photographs.
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Hasan Elahi
A mother and daughter on a bed comforting a crying boy below.
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Darcy Padilla
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Gigi Cohen
Telephone lines running along a highway.
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John Willis, Dwayne Wilcox
Soldier in casket.
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Eugene Richards
Women at a protest, wearing shirts that say, "Justice for Erwiana."
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Xyza Cruz Bacani
A woman standing in front of the U.S. flag.
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Ruddy Roye

Moving Walls is an annual documentary photography exhibition produced by the Open Society Foundations Documentary Photography Project. Moving Walls is exhibited at our offices in New York, London, and Washington, D.C., and includes five to nine discrete bodies of work.

Since 1998, the Moving Walls exhibition series has showcased nearly 200 photographers in 24 group exhibitions that align with the Open Society Foundations’ mission to advance human rights and social justice.

Are You a Photographer?

Please check back for details on the next call for proposals for Moving Walls.

Plan a Visit

Moving Walls 24: Here We Are will be open free of charge to the public at the Open Society Foundations–New York from October 4, 2017, to July 20, 2018.