Featuring: Photo 50 at London Art Fair, The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at The National Portrait Gallery, Diana Markosian ‘1915’ – raising funds for survivors of the Armenian genocide, ‘I’m Not Done/2’ exhibition at Yinka Shonibare Guest Projects.
Monthly Archives: September 2015
We recently caught up with photographer and one of Genesis Imaging’s Format Festival Bursary winner’s, Jan McCullough, to find out about her fascinating series ‘Home Instruction Manual’; a series constructed from internet forum user’s advice on ‘how to make a house a home’, which questions our very identity.
‘Home Instruction Manual’ was recently awarded first prize in the Fotobookfestival Kassel Dummy Award 2015, shown at Belfast Exposed; Northern Ireland’s principal gallery of contemporary photography and will feature at Unseen photography fair in Amsterdam. Her book, of the same title, is due out next year.
The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize shortlist has been announced for 2015, with the four shortlisted photographers revealed as Peter Zelewski, Anoush Abrar, Ivor Prickett and Genesis client David Stewart, chosen from a total of 4,929 submissions from 2,201 photographers in 70 countries. The photographic prizes, including a first place prize of £12,000, will be announced on November 10, 2015.
We are looking for a proactive, passionate individual with an interest in photography or art to join the team at Genesis Imaging as a Junior Production Assistant and aid our busy printing and finishing departments to deliver consistently exceptional quality printing, mounting and framing for our clients across the creative industries. Our ideal candidate would have some… Read more »
Genesis are thrilled to partner with Diana Markosian and support her efforts to raise $30,000 to assist three survivors of the Armenian genocide by producing limited-edition Giclée Fine Art prints from her touching series ‘1915’, which will be sold with all proceeds from sales going directly to the cause. Markosian’s series ‘1915’ is the result of a journey to Armenia… Read more »