Hamada Elrasam is a freelance photojournalist and videographer based in Cairo. From the painful legacies of the Egyptian revolution and the Rwandan genocide, to the frontline of Europe’s migration crisis on the Greek island of Lesvos, he has dedicated his practice to the advancement of social justice and human rights. His in-depth photo project “Traces of the Conflict” was produced during the first cycle of the Magnum-affiliated Arab Documentary Photography Program. His website is www.hamadaelrasam.com.
Glory to the Unknowns: A Visual Tribute to the World’s Poor and Vulnerable in the Time of COVID-19
Elle Kurancid and Hamada Elrasam on those struggling in Egypt in the era of COVID-19....
One Worshipper Is Not Superior to Another
A years-long visual investigation into how Iraq War blowback is playing out in Egypt, the second-largest recipient of US military aid....
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