Posted on January 4, 2015
Residents of the vibrant African city share what life there means to them on this short video made by Robin for National Geographic Magazine
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Send CONDEMNED, the book, to someone who can make a difference on this issue - a person with power. There are some organisations working hard with few resources to help people with mental disability in African countries in crisis. You can help them.
‘Your wounds will be named silence’ Exhibition in Paris. 9 November – 8 December 2012
‘Your wounds will be named silence’ Exhibited at the 2013 Les Rencontres d'Arles Photo-festival, July 1st - September 22nd 2013
A short video of an interview and lecture given by Robin Hammond to Columbia University about his project on mental health in African countries in crisis
Robin Hammond has been awarded the 2013 W.Eugene Smith Memorial Fund for his wok documenting mental health in Africa countries in crisis: CONDEMNED
Robin Hammond's series of portraits of Lagosians shot for National Geographic Magazine embraces the diversity of Africa's most populous city
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