People - NOMINEE: Tamina-Florentine Zuch
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In August 2012 the town of Hohoe witnessed violent riots between Christians and the Muslim minority. The residents of „Zongo“ (the so called Muslim area of every town in Ghana) and the Christians attacked each other, inflaming houses and shops. An unspecified number of people died.
One year later Christians and Muslims live side by side again. In Peace. The two communities try to avoid each other as much as possible, allthough apart from their religion, the everyday life of each is not as different as they might like to think.
My name is Tamina-Florentine Zuch. I was born in 1990. I graduated highschool in 2007. Since 2011 I study photojournalism and dokumentary photography in Hanover, Germany.
2011-2015 University of Hanover, Photojournalism and Dokumentary Photography with Rolf Nobel 2014-2015 National Institute of Design India in Ahmedabad, Photodesign with Rishi Singhal
August 2015: D-MAGAZINE, Italy: „L‘Indian viaggia a 90 all‘ora“ - Indian Train Journey June 2015: STERN magazine, Germany: „Eng, laut und heiß“ - Indian Train Journey March 2015: VIEW magazine, Germany: „Der Weg ist das Ziel“ - Hoboes in Amerika October 2014: NEON magazine, Germany: „Zur großen Freiheit“ - Hoboes in Amerika
August-September 2015: Indian Train Journey in the group exhibition „Beyond the facts“ - Photojournalism from Hanover at the VISA OFF Photofestival in Perpignan, France
April-May 2016: Indian Train Journey (1.Place Zeiss Photography Award) in Sumerset House, London, GB June 2016: Indian Train Journey at the 5th Lumix Festival of Young Photojournalism in Hanover, DE
2015: DPA News Talent, 2nd Place
2016: Smithsonian, Category „Travel“, 1st Place 2016: Zeiss Photography Award, 1st Place