Topic: Societies in Transition

Topic: Societies in Transition

Man and table in front of water, blue shirt.
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James Pomerantz
A large pile of circuit boards in front of trees.
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Edward Burtynsky
A man stretching a partially missing arm.
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Mark Leong
Htein Lin raising his hand with writing on it.
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James Mackay
Man with umbrella in front of dome.
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George Georgiou
Collage of nine images with color portrait at center.
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James Nubile
Students at gym class
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Diana Markosian
Armchair and antennas on a rooftop, with cityscape in the background
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Mark Leong
Interior of abandoned office, with Greek map on wall.
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Nikos Pilos
Boys in gangster outfits.
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Julien Chatelin
A view of many wooden crates.
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Carl De Keyzer
A woman kissing a framed icon.
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Mary Berridge
Swimming pool.
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Carolyn Drake
Two groups of people in front of water and a landscape.
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John Cohen
Four phones on table
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Edu Bayer
A row of men standing in the mountains.
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Jonas Bendiksen
A group of young monks, some in a room, some outside a window.
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Teru Kuwayama
People holding signs with pictures of missing relatives.
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Peru’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission

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 over 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.