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A reference to Haiti’s revolution that freed slaves who produced a nation filled with capacity but because of corruption, what could be cannot and that is a tragedy.
Maggie Steber is a documentary photographer who has worked in 70 countries Photographing humanitarian issues in the everyday lives of people. Steber has worked in Haiti for 30 years. Aperture published her monograph, DANCING ON FIRE. In 2013 Steber was named as one of eleven Women of Vision by National Geographic Magazine. Honors include Guggenheim Foundation Fellow 2017, Pulitzer Price Finalist, Overseas Press Club President’s Award, Leica Medal of
Excellence, World Press Photo Foundation, Pictures of the Year, the Medal of Honor for Distinguished Service to Journalism from the University of Missouri, the Alicia Patterson Grant, Knight Foundation Grant, and the Ernst Haas Grant.
Her work is exhibited internationally and is included in the Library of Congress American Women Photographers collection, Richter Collection and the Guggenheim Foundation Collection.