LISA KRISTINE

HUMANITARIAN PHOTOGRAPHER AND FINE ARTIST

Lisa Kristine’s Exhibition launches at the MAXXI museum | Rome

The inauguration of Lisa Kristine's exhibition, Nuns Healing Hearts launches March 1st, opening with a round table in which Giovanna Melandri president of the Maxxi Foundation will take part, Gabriella Bottani international coordinator Talitha Kum, Elena Bonetti minister for Equal Opportunities, Paolo Ruffini prefect of the department for Communication, Fabio Baggio undersecretary Migrants and refugees [...]

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Lisa addresses the French Presidency to the EU Council with Keynote presentation | Paris

Humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine delivers address to French presidency of the Council of the European Union, in a high-level international conference on Friday 28 January 2022. This conference brings together in Paris political leaders, experts, representatives of international organisations and civil society stakeholders. Lisa's keynote introduces the second roundtable of the event, building on Lisa's [...]

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Lisa Kristine Featured in The Eye of Photography Magazine Paris. Article written by Kelly Goucher

Lisa Kristine's images, known for their deep saturation of color and moody black and whites, evoke a sense of familiarity in the unfamiliar, inviting you to connect with someone of another culture, and uncover a shared feeling. Lisa’s work compels us to find the beauty in our differences and the common ground we can find [...]

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Witnessing child labor on Ghana’s Lake Volta – Lisa’s Opinion piece on CNN

Humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine made these images of Lake Volta, in Ghana. Here, 20,000 children are working in forced labor, according to the International Labour Organization. Lisa Kristine Read the full story on CNN

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Lisa Kristine is ranked in the Top Ten Portrait Photographers in the World

There’s something amazing about a good portrait photo – the stunning features of a human, the closeness and raw emotion of the subject in the image and an undeniably perfect composition makes you feel like you know the person as your friend. The power of a portrait is evident in these famous photography shots that [...]

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Down In Hell. Read Lisa Kristine’s Opinion Piece featured on Inter Press Service New Agency

I am about 200 feet down a rickety old mine shaft, in the Ashanti gold mining region of Ghana. It is stiflingly hot and darker than a moonless night. I can only feel the touch of sweaty bodies passing in the darkness and hear the reverberating sound of miners coughing and breaking rocks. The lack [...]

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Lisa is the recipient of the Global Sustainability HERO Award | Dubai

GSN is proud to announce Lisa Kristine as a Global Sustainability HERO presented by Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan Lisa’s activism against modern slavery, indigenous wisdom and fight for global unity has not only been an inspiration for all, but also created real social impact. She is an internationally renowned humanitarian photographer, activist, and [...]

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Hiding in plain sight: the faces of modern-day slavery. We speak to photographer Lisa Kristine whose dangerous work has been raising awareness of modern-day slavery for a decade

We speak to photographer Lisa Kristine whose dangerous work has been raising awareness of modern-day slavery for a decade This photograph titled 'Blue Hand' shows a man enslaved in illegal gold mining in Ghana. "They are forced to spend 48 to 72 hours deep in the mines shafts," says Lisa Kristine, an American photographer who [...]

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