Teun Voeten (39) More files...
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Teun Voeten studied Cultural Anthropology and Philosophy in the Netherlands.



He covered conflicts in the former Yugoslavia, Colombia, Rwanda, Sudan, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Gaza, Honduras, the DRC, North Korea and Libya for magazines such as Vanity Fair, Newsweek, The New Yorker and National Geographic.



He wrote two books: 'Tunnel People', an anthropological-journalistic account of 5 months living with an underground homeless community in New York; 'How de Body? Hope and Horror in Sierra Leone', a book about Voeten's trip to the country, which nearly ended in disaster when he was hunted down by rebels.



He is currently working on a photo project about drug violence in Mexico.


The call for prayers from the roof of a house under threat of an attack from...
11/2006
Defaced portrait of ex-President Saddam Hussein.
04/2003
Easter in Comayagua, a small but deeply religious town near the capital. Every...
03/2008
Easter in Comayagua, a small but deeply religious town near the capital. Every...
03/2008
USA
Kathy in her bunker with all her cats. The bunker used to be storage space for...
USA
Rays of light shine on a homeless person living by the train tracks in the...
USA
Bernard sits by his grill on Christmas Day next to a mural by graffiti artist...
Young girl watching heavily armed special police patrolling the contested area...
03/2001
A convoy of Muslim refugees arrive in Tuzla from the east of the country,...
04/1993
A Bosnian soldier trying out a piano in the destroyed music academy. The date...
09/1992
Dead soldiers in the morgue of Sarajevo hospital.Around 250,000 people died in...
07/1993
A woman transports water home in a wheel barrel, passing a boy lieing atop a...
07/1993
The genocide had started a few days before. Foreigners had been trapped in the...
04/1994
The Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) has taken control over almost all the...
Young traditional dancers at a ceremony in Goma where senior ministers from...
02/2009
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