Marcus Bleasdale is one of the worlds leading documentary photographers. He increasingly uses his work to influence decision makers and policy makers around the world. His work on human rights and conflict have been shown at the US Senate, The US House of Representatives, The United Nations and the Houses of Parliament in the UK.
Marcus work also appears in the New Yorker, The New York Times, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Telegraph Magazine, Stern, Le Monde, TIME Magazine, Newsweek and National Geographic Magazine.
Exhibitions include "The Rape of a Nation" at the US Senate (2009), The UN (2009), The Federal Building NYC (2006), The Central Library, Chicago (2006), The Holocaust Museum LA (2006), Perpignan Visa Pour L’Image (2007), The Nobel Peace Center Oslo (2007), Ministry of Foreign Affairs France (2008), Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Oslo (2009), The Houses of Parliament UK (2010). US House of Representatives (2011)
He has published two books "One Hundred Years of Darkness" 2002 and "The Rape of a Nation" 2009
Marcus has received numerous awards including The UNICEF Photographer of the Year Award 2004, The OPC Olivier Rebbot Award for Best Foreign Reporting (2005), Magazine Photographer of the Year award POYi (2005), The Alexia Foundation Award for World Peace (2005), The World Press Awards (2006), The Freedom of Expression Foundation Norway (2007), Days Japan (2009), The Anthropographia Award for Photography and Human Rights (2010), The Hansel Meith Award (2010) and the Photo Book of the Year Award POYi (2010), Freedom of Expression Foundation Norway (2011).
Marcus Lives in Oslo with his wife Karin Beate and is a member of VII photo
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