Monthly Archives: October 2016

Genesis Supports Photo50 at London Art Fair 2017

Once again, Genesis are delighted to support Photo50 at London Art Fair. Entitled ‘Gravitas’, this year’s edition is curated by Christiane Monarchi, founding editor of the online magazine Photomonitor. The annual, guest-curated exhibition provides a critical showcase of some of the most innovative and distinctive elements of contemporary photographic practice. ‘Gravitas’ is inspired by the Latin… Read more »

Genesis Imaging: October 2016 News

Featuring: David Yarrow ‘Wild Encounters’ Launch Emerging to Professional Photographer Event with Pixelrights Genesis Support Hanqing Ma and Mona Yoo for KCCUK Exhibition. David Yarrow Launches ‘Wild Encounters’ with International Events – Including Exhibition at Somerset House (Now Open!) David Yarrow will be showcasing 41 large-scale works, finished using our Classic Gallery Framing service as part of his… Read more »

Genesis Support Pixelrights ‘Emerging to Professional Photographer’ Event

Genesis are proud to be supporting Pixelrights – creators of stunning photography websites which help photographers from all backgrounds – with an event run by their Marketing Director, Vanessa Champion and guest speaker, Editor and Art Director, Zoe Whishaw. The move from Emerging to Professional Photographer – content: How do you know when you’re ready? What… Read more »

Genesis Support Hanqing Ma & Mona Yoo with Direct to Media UV Prints for KCCUK 2016 Artist of the Year Exhibition ‘Riptide’

Genesis are proud to support Hanqing Ma & Mona Yoo with the production of their artwork ‘Glimpse’ (produced as Direct to Media UV prints on shaped aluminium and bent after printing) for KCCUK 2016 Artist of the Year Koo Jeong A’s exhibition: ‘Riptide’. Reflecting on the global nature of the participating artists, the exhibition title refers to the various clusters of opposing… Read more »

Genesis Client Bing Hitchcock Wins Coveted Art Award

Unknown Brighton-based artist and Genesis client, Bing Hitchcock, has won the main gold award prize at the highly competitive Masters of Art International Competition held in Norwich. Bing beat over 2,000 entries from all over the globe to win the coveted award, which gave him £8000 worth of prize money for his piece entitled ‘Montazuma’s… Read more »