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The War Zone Freelance Exhibition at the Frontline Club

25 January 2016
Metro worked recently with the Frontline Club, producing mounted C type prints for their upcoming War Zone Freelance Exhibition (WZF).

The WZF Exhibition provides an exclusive look into the work and world of freelance journalists who cover war and conflicts in the Middle East. It is motivated by the desire to pay tribute and provoke debate on the important role those journalists play in bringing news out of conflict areas to the international public, often with little support, at their own expense and at extremely high risk.

After many years working alongside other freelance colleagues American photojournalist Osie Greenway, Danish writer and reporter Anne Alling, Dutch videographer and photojournalist Jeffry Ruigendijk and German writer and photojournalist Benjamin Hiller have created an exhibition which pulls people deep into the reporting process, informs the viewer on the people affected by war in the Middle East region and highlights both the struggles and triumphs of working independently in a high-stakes vocation.

The four WZF journalists will also be taking part in a presentation and talk at the club on Thursday 28th January, providing an in-depth look at the curating of the exhibition as well as the ambition behind the project and a Q & A session with the audience.

Additionally on Friday 29th January a panel discussion will take place on today’s freelancers and the future of the profession. Alongside the WZF journalists will be guest speakers: Benjamin Hiller, German photojournalist and writer; Jean-Paul Marthoz, Committee to Protect Journalists and Vaughan Smith, Frontline Club founder and freelance cameraman.
The Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, London W2 1QJ

Exhibition Details

Dates: 28th January to February 5th 2016

Opening times: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Entrance to the exhibition is free

Evening Events

Presentation of the War Zone Freelance Exhibition 2016
28th January 2016: 7:00 – 8:30 pm
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Panel discussion about today’s freelancers and the future of the profession

29th January 2016: 7:00  - 8:30pm
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* £5 ticket fee is a direct donation to the War Zone Freelance Exhibition.

Images © The War Zone Freelance Exhibition

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