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In the eastern part of the occupied West Bank, Israel is quietly carrying out a campaign to remove Palestinian communities from land it seeks to acquire.

By Adrian Guerin

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Adrian Guerin

Adrian Guerin is an Australian Photojournalist based in Melbourne and London. His work with remote communities in North Africa has been featured in the Guardian, Wired magazine and Musée magazine. Adrian’s photography from Mauritania won the Travel category of the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards and was featured on the BBC, CNN and in London’s Somerset House. His reportage on the forced displacement of Palestinians in the Jordan Valley was published in French publication Orient XXI. For enquiries about prints, opportunities or just to say hello, please get in touch:


  • Wired Magazine

    I was recently interviewed by Wired Magazine about my Saharan freight train story. Wired shared the story to their 10.4 million followers on Twitter and 1.4 million followers on Instagram. The piece was also translated to Japanese for Wired Japan. Read the interview online.

  • Sony World Photography Awards

    My photo from the back of a Mauritanian freight train won the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards (Travel Category). The photo was featured on CNN, BBC, The Guardian and many more global news sites.

  • Orient XXI

    My story on Israel’s ongoing campaign to demolish Palestinian homes in the Jordan Valley was recently published in Orient XXI. Orient XXI is a French publication dedicated to politics and reportage in the Middle East. Read the published article here.

  • Musée Magazine

    Musée Magazine recently featured my work from the salt flats of Senegal for a feature story on Earth Day.

  • The Guardian

    The Guardian featured my series from the Danakil Depression in the Travel section of the UK edition of their newspaper as well as the Photography section online.

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