Fatma Fahmy, an Egyptian documentary and daily life photographer, born in 1991, living in Cairo, has been selected by an International Jury as recipient to the Daniele Tamagni Grant. Fatma’s portfolio has been selected among over 100 submissions from 25 countries, offering evidence of the interest of the industry and the photo community to the Daniele Tamagni Grant and the scholarship at Market Photo Workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa. The International Jury says: “We were impressed by Fatma strong storytelling, with images rich of poetry, values, notalgia. Fatma focuses her attention on societies and communities still holding and preserving their traditional and ancient roots, creating respectful images ampliflying such historical...
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