Category: Editorial

Morad Bouchakour shoots the actors of the play ‘Disgrace’ For the journal of the Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam

January 13th, 2012 by dmb media

For the journal of the Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam, Morad portrayed the actors of the play ‘Disgrace’.

Based on the novel of Nobel Prize winner J.M. Coetzee, the play is about the wide gulf between a father and his daughter and the old and the new way of life the new South Africa.  

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Wim T Schippers, by Morad Bouchakour for V Magazine

January 13th, 2012 by dmb media

For ‘V’ the art supplement of Dutch national newspaper Volkskrant, Morad portrayed mulitalent Wim T Schippers:

Wim T Schippers is a Dutch artist, writer, performer, TV presentator, comedian and (voice) actor. Among other things he is internationally known for his quite contoversial ‘Peanutbutter Platform’ acquired by the Museum Boymans van Beuningen in Rotterdam. Furthermore, Schippers is responsible for the voices of Ernie and Kermit the Frog on Sesame Street. Turning 70 this year, he’s not thinking about retiring. In Volkskrant ‘V’ he speaks about his new play ‘Narrow Squeak’.

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“Rebuilding looted London” by Simon Roberts in the FT Magazine

January 12th, 2012 by dmb media

“The burned-out shell of Croydon’s Reeves furniture store has become an enduring image of the England riots.

The burnt-out Reeves furniture store On August 8 the riots came to Croydon in Greater London, the town of my birth, where more than 2,000 people took to the streets, causing wanton destruction. That night, 80-year-old Maurice Reeves and his wife were celebrating their wedding anniversary in London. On his return home Maurice switched on the television to see his business, the House of Reeves, going up in flames.”

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” Liebe Frauen, Stimt es, Dass Jede…” by Jaap Scheeren in Das Magazin

January 9th, 2012 by dmb media

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“Shoot Local, Think Global” Multistory’s Black Country Stories in the British Journal of Photography

January 5th, 2012 by dmb media

“Once known as the cradle of the Industrial Revolution, the Black Country has fallen on hard times in recent decades, and remains home to pockets of severe economic deprivation. So it’s not the kind of place you’d expect to find one of Britain’s most progressive community-arts organisations, which for its latest project commissioned four of the world’s leading documentary photographers to record the everyday lives of people in the region……”

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