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16 september 2020 | Radio 1 Bureau Buitenland
Lange rijen voor de voedselbank in Tucson, ArizonaRead more ...
26 augustus 2020 | Radio 1 Bureau Buitenland
Huisuitzetting dreigt voor veel AmerikanenRead more ...
After graduating at the University of Leiden with a Master's degree in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology, Eline van Nes (b. 1985) set out to travel and to photograph. Currently she is based in Tucson, Arizona with journalist Jurriaan van Eerten and travels through the United States of America. Together they work on stories about different cultural and social phenomena. They have published in different Dutch and international newspapers and magazines. In their reportages, they seek to capture the personal stories, either in post-conflict areas or wherever they happen to be at that moment, to share and show the personal life stories that often hide behind the statistics.
Al Jazeera English, Deutsche Welle, De Nieuwe Revu, Bouillon Magazine, Trouw, De Volkskrant, Leidsch Dagblad, VICE NL, VICE, Het Parool, SAMPOL, KidsWeek, OneWorld, OneWorld Magazine, The Tico Times, De Tijd, De Correspondent
ICCO Cooperation (including project in collaboration with Terre Des Homes, Free a Girl, Plan Nederland, Defence for Children), UNICEF, Kerk in Actie
Portraits for individuals, Frascati Producties
2020 Part of a world-wide exposition about undocumented migrants in America. Exposition in Oranjekerk in Amsterdam, organized by Tan Tunali and Constanze Letsch
2020 Exposition 'Pop-up Theater van Deyssel’ in Amsterdam, organized by Frascati Producties
2003-2008 | M.A. Cultural Anthropology & Development Sociology, Leiden University
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