Anne-Stine Johnsbråten (b.1983) is an independent documentary photographer living in Oslo. TIME called her one of "eight Norwegian photographers you need to follow" in 2015. She combines reporting with portrait work to explore topics such as gender, identity and discrimination, and several of her long-term projects have been exhibited in renowned galleries and festivals in Norway and abroad, such as Henie-Onstad and The House of Photography in Oslo and Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalism in Hannover. In 2012 she received the Tribute Prize from The Freedom of Expression Foundation in Norway for her work The Norwegian Roma. News! So glad to be able to support the Waiting for Health Project. Equal right to health care is such an important issue. News! Eastside – Westside (Volla vs Keeg – Ung i Oslo) – is open at Oslo Museum in Frognerparken and The Art Passage at Oslo Central Station in Oslo through January 2016. See the online exhibition here! (in Norwegian)