Bogota - Bogotá, Colombie
BASED IN COLOMBIA since 2007
Nadège Mazars is a French photographer based in Colombia. She has a Ph.D in Sociology (2013, Paris) and was graphic designer in the 2000’s. Between September 2014 and March 2015, she followed the first VII Agency Masterclass .
She received the Hostile Environments and Emergency First Aid Training (HEFAT) with the IWMF and the RISC Training in 2017.
She is part of the first Women Photograph mentorship class 2017-2018.
In the four last years, she passed most of the time in the territorial colonization’s border, meeting communities and discovering the local and social effects of global issues like the healthcare crisis or the natural resource extraction. Her work also focuses on the emergence of a civilian opposition and the threats that faces in the Colombian democracy.
After two years following the peace process and the FARC guerrilla, she's covering other issues in latin America (ongoing stories in El Salvador, Panama and Cuba).
The New York Times, The New Yorker, Le Monde, Libération, The Guardian, Berlingske, Gotenborgs Poten, Stern Crime, L’Obs, California Sunday Magazine, Nikon Pro Magazine, Chronique d’Amnesty International, Courier International, Haaretz, Guernica Magazine, the Murmur, Society, Al Jazeera America, Basta!, Grazia, The Christian Science Monitor, PRI, Internazionale, Causette, Néon, Handicap International, Norwegian Refugee Council.
In September 2018, my story about former gang members in El Salvador is screened at Visa pour l'Image 2018, Perpignan, France.
In September 2017, The Other Colombia was screened at Visa pour l'Image 2017, Perpignan, France.
In November 2016, The Other Colombia is exhibited at the ZOOM Photo Festival in Saguenay, Canada.
She is member of Hans Lucas studio.
2017 - Adelante Program of the IWMF, 2017 - shortlist Women Photograph + Pulitzer Center Grant, 2016 - Magnum Emergency Fund Grantee, 2015 - Bourse du Talent Reportage - Finalist, 2015 - "Coup de Cœur" ANI, 2015 - #5 session Mentor FreeLens Award, 2013 - Allard Prize Photography Competition
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