Lori Grinker exhibition in New York: Nothing like my home
For the past eight years, the Iraqi people have been forced to flee their homes and their country, creating one of the largest exoduses of refugees in the history of the Middle East. More than 2 million have fled to neighboring states like Jordan and Syria.
Published in major magazines, Lori Grinker's work has earned international recognition, garnering a World Press Photo Foundation Prize, a W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund fellowship, the Ernst Hass Grant, The Santa Fe Center for Photography Project Grant, and a Hasselblad Foundation Grant, among others. Her photographs have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions around the world and are in many private and museum collections.
Photos © Lori Grinker