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Rena Effendi
Photographer and based in Istanbul
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Rena Effendi Jan 22
Very powerful speech by Australian artist Lynnette Wallworth at the opening of the World Economic Forum in Davos
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Rena Effendi Dec 5
Almost nine months into the story on assignment for the I went back to photograph Swedish-Chilean musician and grandfather Patricio Galvez in his home town of Gothenburg, Sweden for an in-depth article written…
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Rena Effendi Dec 5
Almost nine months into the story on assignment for the The Wall Street Journal I went to photograph Patricio Galvez in Sweden for an in-depth article written by Isabel Coles chronicling Patricio's struggle to...
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Rena Effendi Dec 3
Through my work I have had the privilege to meet many incredible people, inspirational and courageous individuals, whose contribution to humanity is beyond measure. On assignment for I met Dr. Ballor…
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Rena Effendi Sep 30
Today is the last day for Alexia Foundation grant applications, visual storytellers in order to apply please visit this link:
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Rena Effendi Sep 10
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Rena Effendi Aug 22
I spoke to the Guardian about my work from Transylvania here:
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Rena Effendi Aug 21
Khadija Ismayil the bravest investigative journalist I know, facing continuous harassment, this must stop!
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Rena Effendi Jul 6
Looking forward to being part of the Prix Pictet shortlist exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in November along with some truly amazing photographers, here is the...
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Rena Effendi Jul 5
Prix Pictet shortlist for this year’s theme “Hope” is announced and I am very happy to be part of this amazing group of photographers:
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Rena Effendi May 20
In today's Wall Street Journal, please read the story I photographed with text by Isabel Coles, a very positive update on grandfather Patho Galvèz whose tenacity and strong will brought an end to the suffering of...
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Rena Effendi May 3
Last month on assignment for The Wall Street Journal I followed Patricio Galvez, a Swedish-Chilean musician to Syria on his quest to bring back his seven orphaned grandchildren from Al-Hawl camp where they are…
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Rena Effendi May 3
Last month on assignment for The Wall Street Journal I followed Patricio Galvez, a Swedish-Chilean musician to Syria on his quest to bring back his seven orphaned grandchildren from Al-Hawl camp where they are...
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Rena Effendi Apr 30
Last month I followed Patricio Galvez, a Swedish-Chillean poet and musician, on his journey to Northern Syria to bring back his seven orphaned grand-children from the Al-Hawl camp where they are currently are....
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Rena Effendi Apr 16
Apply to 212 photography festival competition, EURO 5000 in prize, entry deadline approaching now - April 19, click here for more details
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Rena Effendi Mar 18
Political prisoners in Azerbaijan
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Rena Effendi Mar 16
Hurry up and buy these prints by the wonderful women photographers, only 6 days left of the Women Photograph Flash Print Sale!!
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Rena Effendi Feb 21
Does anyone know a professional photographic printing lab in Switzerland (Geneva, Zurich or Lausanne) which can make fine art prints?
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Rena Effendi Jan 27
Replying to @caroleraphaelle @cnni
I looked at the label when I was buying the coat and it said “faux” so I bought it thinking it was fake fur, but yesterday I looked again and ‘faux’ was referring to the leather finish around the zipper while on another label it said ‘raccoon fur’ I overlooked it, you are right!
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Rena Effendi 26 Jan 19
Replying to @caroleraphaelle @cnni
This wasn’t real fur
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