Paradox is a not for profit organisation founded in 1993. We develop projects around contemporary issues with documentary authors: photographers, filmmakers, visual artists, writers and researchers.
Paradox has developed more than 50 distinctive activities, travelling to some 120 venues worldwide. Paradox was founded with the aim of stimulating the development in photography. To reach this, Paradox produces travelling exhibitions, organises symposia and publishes audiovisual, digital and printed publications.
The recording of history as it is unfolding, and the interaction between social, economic and technical factors, with the changes in society which flow from these changes, are recurring aspects in both our thematic and monographic projects.More
Greetings from Aleppo, the latest film by Issa Touma, Floor van der Meulen and Thomas Vroege, is among the three nominees for a DIG Award 2017 in the category ‘Reportage Medium’. The award is reserved for journalistic reportage video, edited or unedited, of maximum duration 27 minutes. The reportage deals with, analyses and reports contemporary social aspects...Read more
The seventh book in the Ebifananyi-series by Andrea Stultiens is out now. Ebifananyi VII – Staying Alive considers photographs that were a tool in medical practices and research, and the documentation of the history of the Uganda Cancer Institute. In a place where death is often around the corner, photographs freeze time, but also could be...Read more
We are happy to announce that on March 28, the Mondriaan Fund revised its report regarding Paradox’ plans for 2017-2018. The continued support implies that we will be able to continue producing meaningful projects through 2017 for you. Despite the turn, both the initial and the current report reveal the growing tension between contemporary documentary practice and...Read more