Photojournalists increasingly capture the attention of the art market as their images appear in galleries, museums and photo art fairs. As there are more and more photographers around the world, photojournalists are faced with dwindling possibilities and an industry reluctant to pay for their work. Photojournalists are venturing into new markets to diversify income to keep producing work and tell new stories.
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During UNSEEN, NOOR and the NOOR Foundation are happy to invite photojournalists, art buyers, representatives of the art world, and the general public to reflect on these developments. What are the implications of such developments on the quality of the work, in the stories being told, and other ethical considerations?