Curator Selection / 2020 / /
No Man's Land
With no male northern white rhinos left on the planet, No Man’s Land is a poignant swan song to the dedicated caretakers of the last two remaining females, Fatu and Najin.
The northern white rhino is a subspecies of white rhino that historically roamed across Uganda, Chad, Sudan, the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. However, following widespread poaching and civil war in their home range, they are now considered extinct in the wild.
Justin Mott is an award-winning independent photojournalist based in Vietnam and covering assignments worldwide.
Mott is an award-winning photographer and has shot over 100 assignments for the New York Times while a retrospective of his work photographed in Vietnam has been featured on the BBC. Additional major editorial clients include National Geographic, Smithsonian, The Washington Post, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, TIME, Greenpeace, and The Guardian among many others.
Awards Marty Forsher Humanistic Photography Award
IPA Award for Wildlife
Eddie Adams Workshop
Nikon Emerging Photographer Award
Travel Photographer of the Year Best Single Image