No Place on Earth

by Patrick Brown

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No Place on Earth by Patrick Brown

Copyright 2019 FotoEvidence. All rights reserved.
Photographs Copyright© 2019 Patrick Brown
Main essay copyright © 2019 Jason Motlagh
Introduction essay copyright © 2019 Matthew Smith

Commentary © Peter Bouckaert

Photo Editor: Stuart Smith, Claudia Paladini and Patrick Brown
Design: SMITH, Allon Kaye, Gemma
ISBN: 978-1-7324711-1-5

No Place on Earth is the recipient of the 2019 FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo. The Book Award is given each year to a photographer whose work demonstrates courage and commitment in documenting social injustice.

Since 2017, photographer Patrick Brown has documented the world's fastest growing refugee crisis and one of the most rapid human outflows in recent history. Risking death at sea or on foot, more than 700,000 Rohingya fled the destruction of their homes and persecution in the northern Rakhine State of Myanmar for neighboring Bangladesh. Arriving at the makeshift camps, most refugees reported harrowingly consistent stories of murder and rape, all of which testify to a deliberate campaign of eradication. “No Place On Earth” provides an intimate portrait of the survivors of the recent persecution and their bleak conditions in overcrowded refugee camps.

The hardcover book No Place On Earth contains 98 colour photographs with associated texts by Jason Motlagh an introduction by Matthew Smith director of Fortify Rights and the design by book designer Stuart Smith.

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No place on Earth limited edition

The limited edition is an edition of 100 signed copies of the book that comes with a signed and numbered 8x10 inch print of  11 years old Noor Haba, who carries her family's  belongings to shore, after they had sailed for five hours in the fishing boat to arrive early morning on Shamlapur Beach near Cox’s Bazar.