After The War – Libyan 5

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HISTORY

The story behind the artwork

MATHABAH AL-MADINAH ASSEMBLY BUILDING SIRTE, LIBYA. 2012 Sirte was the hometown of Muammar Gaddafi and was known for being staunchly loyal to the regime. Major international conferences were held here, and Muammar Gaddafi also suggested the town as administrative center for his dream project: The United States of Af- rica, with himself as the leader.

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CHARITY

Læger Uden Grænser

Læger uden Grænser (Médecins Sans Frontières) er en privat, international, humanitær organisation, der yder humanitært arbejde i form af medicinsk nødhjælp til ofre for konflikter og katastrofer i hele verden. Vores hjælpeorganisation har lokale kontorer over hele verden.

Vores arbejde

Det primære formål for vores humanitære arbejde er at yde nødhjælp til de befolkningsgrupper, som er mest udsatte i forbindelse med naturkatastrofer, krige, konflikter, epidemier, sygdomme, hungersnød og fattigdom.

Vi har også forpligtet os til at give vidnesbyrd om de forfærdelige forhold, vi møder igennem vores humanitære arbejde og dermed bidrage til at oplyse om leveforholdene i verdens brændpunkter.

 

 

Humanitært arbejde i verdens brændpunkter. Læger uden Grænser har projekter i knap 70 lande. Hvert år sender vores hjælpeorganisation læger, sygeplejersker, jordemødre, administratorer og logistikere ud til humanitært arbejde i projekter over hele verden.

 


MADS NISSEN

The Artist

Mads Nissen was born in Denmark in 1979. After graduating in 2007 with a degree in photojournalism from The Danish School of Journalism he moved for two years to Shanghai to document the human and social consequences of China’s historic economic rise. In 2009, he was selected for the Joop Swart Masterclass. After working in China for such publications as Time, Newsweek, Der Spiegel and Stern, he returned to his home country, where he is now based. In Denmark, Nissen worked for Berlingske/Scanpix, and in 2014 joined the daily Politiken as a staff photographer. Nissen’s work has been awarded among others in the World Press Photo and Pictures of the Year contests, as well as receiving 15 awards from the Danish Picture of the Year, including twice both Photographer of the Year and Photo of the Year. He has published two books, Amazonas in 2013 by Gyldendal and De Faldne (The Fallen) in 2010 by People’s Press, about the Danish killed in the war in Afghanistan. (Read more…).

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