Robert Nickelsberg worked as a Time magazine contract photographer for nearly thirty years, specializing in political and cultural change in developing countries. His 2013 book, Afghanistan-A Distant War, published by Prestel, captures his 25 years of work in Afghanistan. The book was named the 2013 winner of the Overseas Press Club’s Olivier Rebbot Award given for the best photographic reporting from abroad in magazines and books. His photographs have been exhibited at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, the International Center of Photography, Queensborough Community College, the Afghanistan Center at Kabul University, and at The New America Foundation in New York. Presently, he is documenting domestic sex trafficking, for which the O’Halloran Family Foundation awarded him a grant in 2015. (Photo shot in Carriacou Island, Hillsborough, Grenada, 2016.)


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