Photojournalist Ian Parry was only 24 years old when he was killed while covering the Romanian Revolution in 1989 for The Sunday Times of London. Aidan Sullivan, then the Times’ Director of Photography, created the Ian Parry Scholarship, which assists young photographers, from a determination ‘to create something positive from this tragedy.'
Now, 25 years after Parry’s death, the winners of the scholarship are being shown in a special exhibition at Visa pour l'Image in Perpignan, France. See more photos by the winners and read about Parry’s legacy on New York Times Lens Blog.
Above photos by: Jonas Bendiksen, Marcus Bleasdale, Farzana Hossen