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A Long

Way Home

Sergey Ponomarov is a freelance photographer, and frequent contributor for the NYT. Ponomarov was part of the winning team of the Pulitzer price for Breaking News Photography in 2016, was awarded the Robert Capa Gold Medal (shared with Bryan Denton) for his coverage of the Iraqi war in 2017 and has won the World Press Photo awards in 2015, 2016, and 2017  

Exodus: A Long Way Home is a personal photobook project inspired by the refugees I was priviledged to follow and meet during journeys to and through Europe…

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the 1st issue of the Parangolè, a journal about the urbanised planet.

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