Tag: protest

  • Occupy Lomography Rumble

    written by lomography on 2011-10-20 #news
    Occupy Lomography Rumble

    If you've missed the news, you'd better stop living under a stone. Several protest movements have begun taking over the world in a fight against economic inequality, corporate greed and lobbyists' influence on government. What started as a protest in Wall Street NYC, has now become a global phenomenon.

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  • The Beginning of Occupy London Stock Exchange

    written by lydiap on 2011-11-28 #news
    The Beginning of Occupy London Stock Exchange

    Occupy is a force hitting the world. It is a new kind of protest: peaceful but attention-grabbing. This is my coverage of the very start of Occupy LSX about a month ago.

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  • Photojournalism: Occupy St. Louis, Missouri

    written by rrohe on 2011-10-14
    Photojournalism: Occupy St. Louis, Missouri

    In which our hero ventures forth into the great unknown to see what all the noise is about. Or, a first attempt at photojournalism at a local Occupy rally.

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  • 'Occupy London' Protest

    written by stezmatic on 2011-10-31 #news
    'Occupy London' Protest

    On October 15 thousands of people from all over London gathered in St Paul's Churchyard to protest against capitalism and corporate greed. Defying the cold, police, and tourists, protesters united to deliver a very clear message: "There's a shift in the world - you don't have to be a genius to see our system's broken."

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  • G20 Summit Protest

    written by jennay_jean on 2010-01-15 #places
    G20 Summit Protest

    International Protest Held Right here in Pittsburgh.

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  • Pot-o-Prens: Hope Amidst Devastation

    written by titidvivant on 2011-01-26 #places
    Pot-o-Prens: Hope Amidst Devastation

    For the anniversary of the January 12, 2010 earthquake that rocked the poor and proud island nation of Haiti, it is necessary to look past the media representation of a pitiful population in need of charity, and instead look to images of hope and renew our commitment of solidarity.

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  • The Auditorium Maximum Under Occupation: A Lomojournalistic Report

    written by cyan-shine on 2010-01-20 #places
    The Auditorium Maximum Under Occupation: A Lomojournalistic Report

    In the last weeks of 2009 Germany saw another wave of student protests against the disastrous educational policies of the government. Report on location.

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  • Occupy Leeds: 2 Weeks on and Going Strong

    written by kneehigh85 on 2011-12-07 #news
    Occupy Leeds: 2 Weeks on and Going Strong

    I have spent the last few evenings at the Occupy Leeds camp in the city centre. I think before I went down there, I, like a lot of other people in the UK had the opinion that the umbrella movement which has now come to be known as "Occupy" was a bit of a waste of time, but I have now done a total U-turn and changed my mind.

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  • Meet Hoppy

    written by webo29 on 2011-07-27 #news
    Meet Hoppy

    An exhibition of photographs by John ‘Hoppy’ Hopkins at Adam Street Gallery, London will open from Friday 29th July to Sunday 18th August.

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  • Lisbon Graffiti: Amoreiras Wall of Fame

    written by saidseni on 2013-02-25 #places
    Lisbon Graffiti: Amoreiras Wall of Fame

    Someone said to me, or maybe I read it that this is the biggest graffiti wall in the Iberian Peninsula. I can't be sure of that, neither the length of it, but it is huge!

  • Demonstration in France

    written by vicuna on 2008-07-11 #places
    Demonstration in France

    If you went to France once, you perhaps had the "chance" to see one of the most typical social attitude of the French people: strike and demonstration. You can have a look at this specific social contest in almost all big cities, mostly in Paris of course, but also other main

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  • Protest at the People's History Museum

    written by lgsmanchester on 2012-03-18 #news
    Protest at the People's History Museum

    Protest at the People's History Museum with Lomography Gallery Store Manchester. We've teamed up with the People's History Museum to put together an analogue photo competition for young photographers (under 25). What's the theme you say? PROTEST!

  • Protest Art in the State University

    written by ydpsh on 2011-12-12 #places
    Protest Art in the State University

    In the University of the Philippines-Diliman, art can be found anywhere. We have a museum, yeah, but that does not stop anyone from having an exhibit just right outside the building. By placing art outside, it can get more attention from people who wouldn't usually bother going inside the museum.

  • March on Parliament 9th Dec 2010

    written by ashdinosaur on 2011-08-17
    March on Parliament 9th Dec 2010

    Solidarity, fear, blood, injustice, and a Kodak disposable camera.

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  • Vive La Revolution!

    written by lgsmanchester on 2012-03-18 #news
    Vive La Revolution!

    Vive La Revolution at Lomography Gallery Store Manchester. Got something to say? Write it on a placard! For the second of our workshops in collaboration with the People's History Museum we'll be getting crafty!

  • Young Photographer's Speak Out!

    written by lgsmanchester on 2012-04-18 #news
    Young Photographer's Speak Out!

    That's right, it's time for all of you young photographers to speak out and win some prizes in conjunction with Lomography Gallery Store Manchester and the People's History Museum.

  • Living History Performance with the Sprocket Rocket

    written by lgsmanchester on 2012-04-18 #news
    Living History Performance with the Sprocket Rocket

    At Lomography Gallery Store Manchester. For the final workshop we're hosting in collaboration with the People's History Museum for their Young Photographer's competition, we're going to be basing a workshop at their museum!