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See some of the world's most arresting photos on human rights in the photo exhibit called Anthropographia.
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Anthropographia Photo Exhibit on Human Rights
Rebecca Brayton: Anthropographia is a traveling photo exhibit that showcases the winners of the photography competition on human rights. Hi, I’m Rebecca Brayton and welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’re speaking with the founder of Anthropographia about the exhibit and the photos it highlights.
So, tell us more about Anthropographia. What does this exhibit display?
Matthieu Rytz: Anthropographia is actually two Greek words and “Anthropo” that means human beings and “graphia” that means writing so the idea is to rights of humans of story was “photographia”.
Rebecca Brayton: Are all these photos taken by professionals?
Matthieu Rytz: Oh yes, definitely. Most of them are really well published.
Rebecca Brayton: And how were the photos chosen?
Matthieu Rytz: Based on three things—the story that’s told, and the photography, the aesthetics and the approach of the photographer.
Rebecca Brayton: Would you like to show us some of the photos in the exhibit?
Matthieu Rytz: Yes, sure. Follow me. This is Congo and this is about four different stories. The other one is in Daful. It’s all street picture is interesting because we have this really skinny body but these are like making a thing of the bird. Here, you have a landscape as giving information about what’s happening in this place so it’s a haunted place and that one. I like it really much. This is actually a weapon, as you can see, but this is small things for protection that has come from the Muslim world.