DATE LINE GAZA

Fotoutställning på Medelhavsmuséet i Stockholm i samband med utställningen: Gaza – Porten mot havet. 2011. Fotografen och journalisten Mia Gröndahl följde i fotografen Per-Olow Andersons fotspår i Gaza. Hon spårade upp, dokumenterade och tog del av olika människors historier, drygt 50 år senare. Utställningen består av Per Olow Andersson fotografier från 1956 och nytagna bilder […]

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SVENSKA FOTOBOKSPRISET 2007: Juryns hedersomnämnande

Drömmen om Jerusalem Mia Gröndahl Journal förlag Juryns motivering: Med ”Drömmen om Jerusalem” har Mia Gröndahl gjort en fotohistorisk forskningsresa och klarlagt den svenske fotografen Lewis Larssons roll i dokumentationen av sekten American Colony i Palestina under de första decennierna av 1900-talet. Gröndahls bok är en storslagen visuell berättelse och en återupptäckt av en betydande […]

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NOT WITHOUT MY VEIL: Amongst the Women of Oman

  The Western view of the Islamic woman is that she is oppressed and confined. This film on the women of Oman shows a different reality. It introduces us to educated, independent women who dress in the traditional way, yet are moving into new areas for women. Dagmar Taylor – Al Busaidy, who spent her […]

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Revolution Graffiti: Street Art of the New Egypt

  Exhibition at Franklin Center, Duke University, North Carolina, USA. September 2013. A Walk-Thru of Photo Journalist Mia Gröndahl’s Exhibit ’Revolution Graffiti: Street Art of Egypt’ Related Posts: The Egyptian Revolution, as told through graffiti.          

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MEMOIRES ENGRAVED IN STONE: Palestinian Urban Mansions

This book traces the architectural and social history of seventeen urban families and mansions in sixteen Palestinian towns. With sensitivity and passion, the young author takes the reader on a journey through Jerusalem, Acre, Jaffa, Haifa, Nazareth, Safad, Jinin, Qalqilya, Nablus, Ramallah, el-Bireh, Bethlehem, Bayt Jala, Jericho, and Hebron. Beautiful photographs by Mia Grondahl illustrate […]

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SUOI GIÀNG – Portrait of a Vietnamese Village

We arrived to Suoi Giáng commune late in the afternoon 10 November 2005. The community invited us- trainers and photographers, in all more than 20 people – to stay into their houses and share their daily life. Now we want to share our pictures with you. Welcome to Suoi Giáng! Photo trainers Gröndahl and Hoai […]

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IN HOPE AND DESPAIR – Life in the Palestinian Refugee Camps

More than fifty years after the establishment of the State of Israel, almost four million Palestinian refugees are still waiting to return to their old homeland, most of them living under harsh conditions in overcrowded camps in the Occupied Territories and other countries in the Middle East. It is a wait that has now been […]

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