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Posted 24 February 2006 - 06:01 AM


Daylight Magazine is dedicated to showcasing cutting edge documentary photography. In previous issues the magazine has focused on new work from the American South, Iraq, and most recently featured photographic projects themed around environmental sustainability. In the upcoming issue, on newsstands February 10th, Daylight Magazine ($10) will feature a number of photographic portfolios centered on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. From the dwindling nomadic Bedouin population to the interiors of homes in the West Bank, the photographers Simon Norfolk, Luc Delahaye, Paolo Pellegrin, Ori Gersht and others share their perspective on a region fraught with tension.
In addition to depicting the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the second half of the Spring 2006 issue will present a selection of images gathered from the community programming undertaken by Daylight Community Arts Foundation (DCAF). DCAF is a non-profit organization that strives to establish community-based documentary partnerships in various locations throughout the world. In addition to publishing Daylight Magazine, DCAF works to assist underrepresented communities by sharing with them the power of photography. By distributing cameras, establishing darkroom facilities, and administering photographic workshops, DCAF brings the empowering aspects of self-representation to marginalized groups.
The new issue will feature photographs by: Simon Norfolk, Luc Delahaye, Paolo Pellegrin, Ori Gersht, Ahikam Seri, Noel Jabbour, Noa Ben Shalom
Additionally, the issue will feature self-representative images from communities in Palestine, Iraq, Kenya, Laos, Colombia, Guatemala, New Orleans, Akwasasne Mohawk Reservation, and Harlem, New York City

For more information about Daylight Magazine visit www.daylightmagazine.org
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