Here are photos from the second place winner in the Alexia Foundation’s 2010 student competition promoting photojournalism as an agent for change against social injustice.
“Swineherd: the salaried gypsy with a domestic mind” was submitted by Muhammad Murtada, a native of Bangladesh, and a third year photojournalism student at Pathshala, the South Asian Media Academy.
The sow came in with the saddle, The little pig rock’d the cradle, The dish jump’d over the table, To see the pot with the ladle. The broom behind the […]
A review of major happenings at Porkopolis.org for March 2011: blog posts on the Lords of Lard, the Reprint Series opens and a major theme upgrade is rolled out.
By the later half of the nineteenth century in the Mid-western United States, huge meatpacking houses had developed a vast infrastructure in Kansas City, Milwaukee, Cincinnati and Chicago. These houses were the creation of the revolutionary Founding Fathers of the modern U.S. meatpacking industry.
An overview of N.K. Fairbank & Co.’s pig-themed trade card advertising in the late 19th century U.S. The Porkopolis Art Museum recently added some examples of late nineteenth century advertising […]