Salim Ullah Armany
Profile of Rohingya street photographer Salim Ullah Armany
Salim Ullah Armany is a prolific and accomplished "street photographer" in Kutupalong Registered Camp. Mainly shooting black and white, Salim has an unrivalled eye for street scenes. His images portray social issues, quirky denizens of the camp and many wonderful shots of kids being kids.
Salim originally hails from Taung Bazaar in Buthidaung, Myanmar. His family became refugees in 1992.
In January of 2021, the first printed issue of Doc Sábbá was an issue dedicated to Salim's work. See cover page above.
In May 2020, Partners NGO in their Partners Journal published several of Salim's images.
In August of 2021, a photograph of Salim’s featured in an article about Rohingya photography in The Business Standard.
In September of 2021, Salim took part in the "The Next Generation - Young Rohingya Refugees" exhibition held by Oxford Human Rights Festival.
In October of 2021, the exhibition continued at Tap Social in Botley til the end of 2021.
In January of 2022, Salim's work was exhibited online by Rohingya Action North East, England, UK.
In January 2022, Salim published a photo essay entitled "Love in the Rohingya Camps" Unheard Journalism Project
In June of 2022, Salim Ullah Armany's work was exhibited at the Museum of Trust & Dialogue for the Mediterranean in Lampedusa, Italy. The exhibition was launched by Tareke Bhrane, President 3rd October Committee, The exhibition will finish in December 2022
Salim will be exhibiting at the forthcoming Rohingya Photography Exhibition in Venice in October 2022
created: 2 August 2022