Haitian Earthquake Appeal with Jeff AntebiJuxtapoz // Friday, 22 Jan 2010
Each print will be signed, numbered and limited to 1 of only 150.
In Jeff's owns words:
"To get a sense of my experience in Haiti, a very positive one, please read my essay from NPR here http://ow.ly/Wtnr
“I went to Haiti twice in 2009. As recently as 6 months ago. Once to photograph the elections and once to spend time photographing portraits in Cite Soleil, one of the worst slums in the Western Hemisphere. On both occasions, I found the spirit and humour of Haitian people to be immeasurable, even in the face of such daunting living conditions.
“What's happening there right now, after this earthquake, is one of the most dire humanitarian catastrophes in decades. Requiring urgent and immediate care. Whatever ones personal moral and philosophical perspective might be, it never hurts to help people who are in need of clean water and medicine.
“Doctors Without Borders and Oxfam are the charities that we have chosen to benefit from the sale of each print. I have been working with both for many many years."
All of the photographs have been printed with the kind support of Genesis Imaging.
Details available at www.StolenSpace.com