The creativity in destruction in the lives of this politicians is not just a one sided problem it is a chain reaction and it can not be more expressed with the word “internecine” icons of misplaced trust and loyalty the word life and good living doesn’t ring a bell anymore.
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‘Your wounds will be named silence’ on Time LightBox. 08 November 2012
See the feature: Zimbabwe, ‘Your wounds will be named silence’
The Sunday Times Spectrum Magazine publishes Robin Hammond's Zimbabwe work on it's front page. 18 August 2013
Robin was selected to be one of thirteen photographers to create work for PhotoReporter Festival International en Baie de Saint-Brieuc. He worked for 7 weeks in Lagos, Nigeria to create a unique insight into Africa's fast growing mega-city.
The first victims of climate change? The nomadic pastoralists of northern Kenya
Robin appears on Metropolis, Arte to discuss his passion for Africa, his work on Zimbabwe, his book CONDEMNED, and his most recent work documenting life in Lagos, Nigeria.
Robin Hammond's work documenting mental health in African countries in crisis wins 2nd place in the Contemporary Issues category of the 2014 World Press Photo award.
Bursting with a get-rich spirit that has made Nigeria’s economy the continent’s largest, Lagos is Africa’s first city. See Robin Hammond's story shot for National Geographic Magazine.
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