Sixty evocative images taken by the New York Times’ award-winning photojournalists are now on display at LSE.
Part of the paper’s roving exhibition series which has spent the summer in Edinburgh and Segovia, the insightful images document humanitarian crisis, conflict and societal upheaval in the 21st Century.
From corruption in Venezuela, to the hope and stress faced by Iranians in Tehran, the aftermath of Isis in Iraq and Syria, and President Rodrigo Duterte’s deadline anti-drug war in the Philippines and the era of change in Cuba.
The exhibition will be supported by a free event series featuring high-profile speakers from policy, government, business and education sectors, plus NYT reporters and photojournalists.
Main image: Ivor Prickett, New York Times