Michel du Cille
Michel and I had been friends for over twenty years. He was with me in Tokyo in 1998, at the opening of my first Pulitzer Prize Photography exhibition. He was the kind of friend who shared his good news and spared you of any down side.
Last November, I reached him in Addis Ababa to congratulate him on his EBOLA cover story in the NPPA magazine. I said it deserved a Pulitzer. On December 8, I emailed that I thought his EBOLA coverage should be submitted to the Overseas Press Club for the Feature Photography Award. On Wednesday, December 10, he emailed that he thought it was a good idea and he’d be home for Christmas.
On Thursday, December 11, Michel died of an apparent heart attack in Liberia covering the EBOLA outbreak. It was his third trip to West Africa.
December 16, 2014
THE PULITZER PRIZE PHOTOGRAPHS, Capture the Moment
THE PULITZER PRIZE PHOTOGRAPHS, Capture the Moment, will spend the next year traveling throughout Korea. The exhibition opened at the Hangaram Design Museum in Seoul on June 24, 2014. It is currently in Daegu, Korea.
Exciting coverage of the exhibition in Korea.net news
“The Forgotten War”, an exhibition of Korean War photographs shot by the 1951 Pulitzer Prize AP photographer Max Desfor, is being shown in conjunction with “Capture the Moment: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs”.
THE AMERICAN SOLDIER - Exhibition News
The American Soldier exhibition opened at the Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts in Orange Park, Florida. Press coverage of the exhibition:
Interview with the exhibition's curator, Cyma Rubin published in The Florida Times Union and photo of the curator and veterans touring the show.
Television interview with curator, Cyma Rubin on WJXT Channel 4 for The American Soldier photography exhibition at the Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts.
Photos from the opening of The American Soldier exhibition at the Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts - the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association came out in force to attend.
Cyma Rubin, curator of The American Soldier exhibition visited the Military Museum of North Florida.
Past News for the Pulitzer Photography Exhibition:
THE PULITZER PRIZE PHOTOGRAPHS, Capture the Moment, was viewed by record breaking crowds at the Frost Art Museum in Miami, Florida - 7800 people visited the exhibition.
Beautiful article by Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, Patrick Farrell in the Miami Herald
Images of heart-wrenching pain part of Pulitzer exhibit
CBS Miami Reporter, David Sutta interviewed Cyma Rubin, curator of the Pulitzer Prize Photography exhibition and Patrick Farrell, Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist
CBS Miami news story by David Sutta on the Pulitzer Prize Photography exhibit on view in Miami, FL
Editorial by Eric Newton of the Knight Foundation in the Miami Herald on the power of photojournalists' images and the Pulitzter Prize Photography exhibtion at the Frost Art Museum.
A lens on truth: photos that changed the world on display at Frost by Alexandra Pecharich, FIU News
Educational program for students at The Frost Art Museum
The Pulitzer Prize Photographs opened on October 11, 2013 at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia and was on view through December 31st. Over 50,000 people visited the exhibition. Pulitzer Prize winning photographers, Tom Gralish and Tom Kelly attended the opening along with the exhibition curator, Cyma Rubin and National Constitution Center's CEO, Jeff Rosen.
Exhibition Review in Philly.com of Capture the Moment, The Pulitzer Prize Photographs at the National Constitution Center:
Philadelphia Inquirer Article
The Jewish Exponent
The 2013 Pulitzer Prize photography winners:
Breaking News: Rodrigo Abd, Manu Brabo, Narciso Contreras, Khalil Hamra and Muhammed Muheisen of the Associated Press for their compelling coverage of the civil war in Syria
Feature: Javier Manzano, a free-lance photographer, for his extraordinary picture, distributed by Agence France-Presse, of two Syrian rebel soldiers tensely guarding their position.
News From Taiwan
Taiwan honored the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Pulitzer Prize Photography Awards. Media Sphere Communications hosted THE PULITZER PRIZE PHOTOGRAPHS, Capture the Moment at the Huashan 1914 Creative Park, in Taipei - January 18, 2013-April, 17, 2013 and at the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts from April 24, 2013 - July 7, 2013. The final attendance for the Pulitzer Prize Photography exhibition in Taipei and Kaohsiung reached a record-breaking 250,000 visitors!
Video of the installation of the Pulitzer Prize Photography exhibition at the Huashan 1914 Creative Park in Taipei.
Sisy Chen reports on the Pulitzer Photography Exhibition from Taipei.
Photos taken at Huashan 1914 Creative Park in Taipei of Capture the Moment, The Pulitzer Prize Photographs:
The China Post reviewed the Pulitzer Prize Photography Exhibition in Taipei.
Interview with Cyma Rubin and 2004 Pulitzer Prize photographer, Carolyn Cole at Capture the Moment, The Pulitzer Prize Photographs exhibition in Taipei.
News reports from Taipei covering the Pulitzer Prize Photography exhibition.
Focus Taiwan News Channel
2004 Pulitzer Prize photographer Carolyn Cole conducted a two-day photojournalism workshop in Taipei and a public forum. News of her visit was published by the Want China Times.
THE ATLANTIC MAGAZINE NAMED CAPTURE THE MOMENT: THE PULITZER PRIZE PHOTOGRAPHS AS ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF 2012
Click to read the review:
PULITZER PRIZE PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION OPENED AT THE YELLOWSTONE ART MUSEUM, BILLINGS, MONTANA
(August 5 - December 31, 2011)
It drew the largest attendance for a single exhibition in the history of the Yellowstone Art Musuem!
The Pulitzer Prize Photographs, Capture The Moment, was reviewed by Jaci Webb of the Billings Gazette.
PULITZER PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION: OVER 28,000 VISITED THE DURHAM MUSEUM, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
(April 9 - July 10, 2011)
OVER 300,000 VISITED THE PULITZER PRIZE PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION IN KOREA.
The 3-city tour included the Hangaram Design Museum, Seoul, Daegu National Museum and the Mokpo Culture & Arts Center.
(June 22, 2010 - February 22, 2011)
Crowds at the Hangaram Design Museum, in Seoul.
KOREAN PRIME MINISTER UN-CHAN JEONG VISITS THE PULITZER EXHIBITION IN SEOUL
Photos of The Prime Minister's July 14, 2010 visit to Capture The Moment at the Hangaram Design Museum.
THE PULITZER PRIZE PHOTOGRAPHS, Capture The Moment, Seoul, Korea
(Hangaram Design Museum, June 22, 2010 - August 29, 2010)
Cyma Rubin traveled to Korea for the installation of the Pulitzer Prize Photography exhibition at the Seoul Arts Center's Hangaram Design Museum.
Max Desfor, 1951 Pulitzer Prize Photographer traveled to Korea
(Hangaram Design Museum, Seoul, Korea - June 22, 2010)
Cyma Rubin and Max Desfor viewed the Pulitzer Prize photograhy exhibition at the Hangaram Design Museum. Mr. Desfor covered the Korean War for the Associated Press as a Staff Photographer until 1954. His coverage as a war correspondent earned him a Pulitzer.
JoongAng Daily News, June 22, 2010
1951 Pulitzer Prize; Max Desfor, courtesy Associated Press
Max Desfor's profile on the cover of the Korean Newspaper - JoongAng Daily, June 24, 2010
Past News for The American Soldier Exhibition
The American Soldier exhibition opened on March 18, 2014 at the St. Petersburg Museum of History, St. Petersburg, FL.
The American Soldier opened at the LBJ Presidential Library and Museum on November 23rd. The exhibition was on view through February 3, 2014.
The American Soldier, A Photographic Tribute opened on Saturday May 25th at the History Colorado Center in Denver. Pulitzer Prize winning photographers, Craig Walker, Neal Ulevich, and Bob Jackson attended the opening of The American Soldier exhibition with curator Cyma Rubin at the History Colorado Center in Denver.
The American Soldier, A Photographic Tribute, The Durham Museum
September 22, 2012 - January 6, 2013
The American Soldier opened at The Durham Museum in Omaha, Nebraska. An interview on KVNO News with the curator, Cyma Rubin http://www.kvnonews.com/2012/09/arts-durham/
The American Soldier, A Photographic Tribute, Ohio Historical Center
July 1, 2011 - May 28, 2012
Over 30,000 people visited, The American Soldier, A Photographic Tribute, at the Ohio Historical Center.
Interview with Cyma Rubin, Curator of The American Soldier
Soldiering On: Photography Exhibit Bares Humanity of American Troops Dating Back to the Civil War
By Jeffrey Sheban
The Columbus Dispatch, June 26, 2011
30 Minute Documentary of The American Soldier, A Photographic Tribute filmed while on display at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum
wins two, 2011 Michigan Association of Broadcasters Awards: Best News Special or Documentary & Best Special Interest Programming
The American Soldier, A Photographic Tribute, at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum
March 17, 2011 - June 17, 2011
Grand Rapids, Michigan
This tribute to the American Soldier captures the courage, camaraderie and human drama of U.S. servicemen and women. The exhibition includes 116 large photographs from the Civil War, Spanish-American War, Boxer Rebellion, World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Gulf War, Afghanistan and Iraq.
U.S. soldiers honored in photo exhibit showing at Gerald R. Ford Museum
by Molly Kimelman at The Grand Rapids Press
March 19, 2011
General Petraeus Visited The American Soldier Exhibition
(Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Manhattan, Kansas; March 6, 2009)
Past News for The American Soldier Exhibition
Students Visied The American Soldier
Morning News, Florence, South Carolina
February 3, 2010, Section B, Page 1
Students Wrote Letters After Visiting The American Soldier
5th and 6th graders visited The American Soldier exhibit at the Florence Civic Center in Florence, South Carolina. Here are some of the students' enthusiastic letters to their exhibition guide.