Street art meets photojournalism in Dysturb collective, Pierre Terdjman and Benjamin Girette’s bid to bring images that often go unseen in the mainstream media to the streets of Paris.
Pierre Terdjman shares many of his colleagues’ frustrations. “Each time I finish a story, it’s the same struggle to get my images published, ” he told TIME, “magazines are rarely interested in showing what’s happening in Egypt, in Georgia, in Afghanistan. Sometimes they’ll publish one or two images, but that’s it. So, everything started from a very selfish idea. I wanted to show my photographs. I wanted to inform people, show them what I’d seen.” Dysturb’s founders are focussed on expanding their operations to other cities in France and Europe. [source]