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Sebastião Salgado. EXODUS.

Rwandan refugee camp of Benako. Tanzania. 1994. © Sebastião Salgado
Rwandan refugee camp of Benako. Tanzania. 1994. © Sebastião Salgado
Water supplies are often far away from the refugee camps. Goma, Zaire. 1994. © Sebastião Salgado
Water supplies are often far away from the refugee camps. Goma, Zaire. 1994. © Sebastião Salgado
At the Ivankovo train station 120 refugees live in a train. Croatia. 1994. © Sebastião Salgado
At the Ivankovo train station 120 refugees live in a train. Croatia. 1994. © Sebastião Salgado
At the Natinga School camp for displaced Sudanese. Southern Sudan. 1995. © Sebastião Salgado
At the Natinga School camp for displaced Sudanese. Southern Sudan. 1995. © Sebastião Salgado
The beach of Vung Tau, formerly named Cap Saint Jacques, from where the majority of boat people left. Southern Vietnam. 1995. © Sebastião Salgado
The beach of Vung Tau, formerly named Cap Saint Jacques, from where the majority of boat people left. Southern Vietnam. 1995. © Sebastião Salgado
Church Gate Station, Bombay (Mumbai). India. 1995. © Sebastião Salgado
Church Gate Station, Bombay (Mumbai). India. 1995. © Sebastião Salgado
The once-prestigious Jade Maiwan Avenue. Kabul, Afghanistan. 1996. © Sebastião Salgado
The once-prestigious Jade Maiwan Avenue. Kabul, Afghanistan. 1996. © Sebastião Salgado
At the Kamaz camp for displaced Afghans. Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan. 1996. © Sebastião Salgado
At the Kamaz camp for displaced Afghans. Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan. 1996. © Sebastião Salgado
Construction of the Rasuna complex in the commercial and financial district of Kuningan. Jakarta, Indonesia. 1996. © Sebastião Salgado
Construction of the Rasuna complex in the commercial and financial district of Kuningan. Jakarta, Indonesia. 1996. © Sebastião Salgado
Scene near the Marubo Maronal village. State of Amazonas, Brazil. 1998. © Sebastião Salgado
Scene near the Marubo Maronal village. State of Amazonas, Brazil. 1998. © Sebastião Salgado
The men having migrated to the cities, the women carry their goods to the market of Chimbote. Region of Chimborazo. Ecuador. 1998. © Sebastião Salgado
The men having migrated to the cities, the women carry their goods to the market of Chimbote. Region of Chimborazo. Ecuador. 1998. © Sebastião Salgado

Der brasilianische Fotograf und Fotoreporter Sebastião Salgado erhält den Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandels 2019. Der Preis wird am Sonntag, den 20. Oktober 2019, in der Frankfurter Paulskirche verliehen. Die Laudatio hält der Regisseur Wim Wenders.
Aus diesem Anlass zeigt das Kunstfoyer München ab Juli 2020 die Ausstellung Sebastião Salgado. EXODUS - das Werk, mit dem er sich in aller Dringlichkeit für soziale Gerechtigkeit und Frieden eingesetzt hat, lange bevor er mit dem Projekt GENESIS (Ausstellung im Kunstfoyer 2015) und dem Film von Wim Wenders "Das Salz der Erde" einer breiten Öffentlichkeit bekannt wurde.

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