Teun Voeten is an award winning war photographer and author based in New York and Brussels. Originally, he studied cultural anthropology and philosophy at Leiden University. Over the last 25 years, he covered conflicts world wide for publications such as Vanity Fair and Newsweek and organizations as the UNHCR and ICRC.
He made books on the underground homeless in New York, the war in Sierra Leone and the drug violence in Mexico. Voeten also organizes exhibitions, gives workshops and is a regular lecturer at prestigious academic institutions. Currently, he is writing a PhD dissertation on the Mexican Drug War. He started making video documentaries as well.
This site presents most of Voeten's photography, articles and books, as well as events world wide. If you appreciate the work of Teun Voeten and want to support him, feel free to purchase his prints at the store, or invite him for a lecture.
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