Rick Nahmias

Rick Nahmias is a photographer, writer, and filmmaker who focuses on documenting the stories of invisible populations. His acclaimed traveling exhibitions have toured over three dozen national museums, universities, and cultural centers across the U.S., and his images and writing have been published in newspapers, magazines, journals, and news weeklies, as well as being presented on the floor of the U.S. Congress. His work is part of numerous private and public collections.

The Migrant Project

Putting faces to your food [SLIDESHOW]

The following essay and images are excerpted with permission from The Migrant Project: Contemporary California Farm Workers, an iconic photo-documentary series shot by Rick Nahmias in 2002-03 and later published as a monograph. Each morning, as early as 2 a.m., these women travel from Mexicali to the Calexico Port of Entry. They wait to board work buses that transport them as far as 75 miles north for their work in the cantaloupe fields of California’s Imperial Valley. Women comprise about 21 percent of America’s farmworker labor force.Photo: (C) Rick Nahmias/themigrantproject.com   When envisioning California, most people conjure images of a …

Dando la cara a la comida [en Español]

Reproducido con permiso – (C) Rick Nahmias/Todos los derechos reservados (Check out the slideshow in English here.) Fotografía: (C) Rick Nahmias/themigrantproject.com Cada día, a más tardar a las 2:00 a.m., estas mujeres viajan desde Mexicali al puerto de entrada a Calexico. Esperan para abordar los autobuses que las transportarán casi 75 millas al norte para trabajar en los campos de melón del Valle Imperial. Las mujeres componen el 20 porciento de la fuerza laboral campesina.

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