Abdulmonam Eassa, born in 1995, is a photojournalist covering news stories and focusing on social issues, as a freelance photographer. He started his career in photojournalism as a self-taught freelance photographer in 2013, covering life under siege in "Hammouria, Eastern Ghouta" until early 2018 based, documenting the carnage and destruction during the five years that he lived under siege in his city.
He can be reached on email@example.com
Nominees, Publications and Awards
- winner of the Grande photojournalism commission from BNF in 2022 with « Faire enfin partie de la France » portraits of new French people
- YOUNG REPORTER TROPHY (PHOTO) 29th edition of the Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award Freelance for Le Monde, The New York Times, Getty Images with La rage pacifique ne meurt pas
-The winner of Humanitarian Visa d'or Award in 2019 with “The unhoped-for End to the Siege”
- Pictures of the year international: 3rd place at Spot news Category in 2018.
International Photo Contest Educating The Eye 2019: First Prize with as normal as it gets.
- Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award: Nominated at Young war report Category in 2018.
- Free Press Awards: Nominated at Most Resilient Journalist in 2018.
-International Photography Awards: 2ed and 3rd place at War/conflict Category in 2018.
His pictures have appeared in the New York Times, Time, Guardian, Washington Post, Le Monde and more
Slow Show at the opera comique with the association Pierre Claver on 24 June 2023.
Exhibition at 29th edition 2022 of the Bayeux Calvados-Normandy Award of Don't Cry This is Our Land with Edouard Elias
Slow Show at the École Supérieure d'art et design d'Amiens in January 2022.
November 12 to December 21, 2019 organized by the Red Cross at FAIT ET CAUSE in Paris, France.
August 31 to September 15, 2019 During the festival of Visa Pour L'image in Perpignan, France.
July 30 to August 14, 2019 During the festival of SYRIEN N'EST FAIT in Paris, France.
January 2019 Elephant Panameis an Art and Dance Center in Paris, France.
June 2019 Elysium gallery in Swansea City Centre, Wales, United Kingdom
June 7 to July 7, 2019 at the library Mercè Rodoreda of Castell-Platja d’Aro in Spain