Posts By: Genesis Imaging

Dazeley on his new publication ‘Unseen London’

Bank of England - Copyright PeterDazeley_credit photographer Peter Dazeley

Peter Dazeley, known as Dazeley, is an award-winning advertising and fine art photographer and a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society. His new book, Unseen London’ showcases the fascinating interiors of some of London’s most iconic buildings – including Battersea Power Station, Midland Bank, Big Ben, Aldwych disused underground station and Dead Man’s walk at… Read more »

Introducing ChromaLuxe® Fine Art Printing, a Brand New Service at Genesis Imaging…

'Malaika' Cheetah (detail), Masai Mara 2014 © David Lloyd. ChromaLuxe Fine Art print on white polymer-based aluminium with matte finish.

Our new ChromaLuxe® Fine Art printing service uses a process called ‘dye sublimation’ to produce images or artwork on slimline aluminium with either a high gloss or matte finish. These 1.2mm thin metal prints have an intense depth that is comparable to that of traditional Cibrachrome prints and in addition, ChromaLuxe prints are also archival, waterproof, fire resistant, chemical resistant, abrasion resistant… Read more »

Genesis Imaging: October News

Featuring: Amore E Piombo: The Photography of Extremes in 1970”²s Italy, David Lloyd’s ‘As Long as there are Animals’ and Jon Tonks’ ‘Empire’. Amore E Piombo: The Photography of Extremes in 1970’s Italy Final days to see Amore E Piombo at Brighton Photo Biennial 4th October  –  2nd November 2014 Giulio Andreotti, c1970s © TEAM Editorial… Read more »

Genesis Imaging – New Website Launches!

After months of planning and preparation, we are proud to present a very new-look Genesis Imaging website. After two years, we felt like the old GenesisImaging.co.uk needed a refresh and it was time to invest in a new online home that reflects the breadth of people we work with and our collaborative and open ethos. For… Read more »

An Interview with Tim Clark, Founding Editor of 1000 Words Magazine

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Originally posted on March 21st 2014 1000 Words is an online magazine dedicated to contemporary art photography in the UK and beyond. Founded by Tim Clark in 2008, 1000 Words Magazine commissions and publishes in-depth exhibition and photobook reviews, essays and interviews. Tim’s writing on photography and visual culture has featured in publications including The… Read more »

An Interview with Fiona Rogers, Cultural & Education Manager at Magnum Photos and Founder of Firecracker

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Originally posted on March 3rd 2014 Since 2011, Firecracker has assisted the promotion of women working in photography with a series of monthly online features, networking opportunities and public events. In 2012, the annual Firecracker photographic grant launched to assist a female photographer born or residing in Europe with the completion of a documentary photographic… Read more »

An Interview with Award-Winning Artist Edmund Clark

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Originally posted on February 19th 2014 Edmund Clark is an award-winning artist whose work explores notions of shared humanity, otherness and unseen experience by looking at landscape, architecture, documents, possessions and the environments of subjects of political tension. His works, Guantanamo: If the Light Goes Out’ and recent publication, Control Order House’; (published in 2013… Read more »

An Interview with Federica Chiocchetti, Researcher in Photography and Literature at the University of Westminster, Writer and Curator.

federica chiocchetti - the photocaptionist

Originally posted on February 3rd 2014 Federica is an Italian researcher of Photography and Literary Theory at The University of Westminster in London, where she is pursuing a PhD, under the supervision of Professor and photo-artist David Bate. She is a photography consultant and independent curator, currently working on an exhibition on WW1 & the… Read more »

An Interview with David Anthony Hall, Visual Artist and Creator of ‘One2Fifty’ – the World’s Smallest Gallery

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Originally Posted on January 17th 2014 The power of nature is a central part of the philosophy behind David’s work, through each of his images we are reminded of the tenuous relationship between man and the environment that has spanned thousands of years. Alongside many solo and group shows, David has showcased his work in… Read more »

An Interview with Louise Clements, Co-Founder of Format Festival, Artistic Director at Derby Quad, Curator and Writer.

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Originally posted on December 10th 2013 As a curator since 2008, Louise has initiated and curated many commissions and exhibitions of international contemporary art. In 2004 Louise established Format with Mike Brown, since then Format has become one of the UK’s leading non-profit international contemporary festivals of photography and related media. Quad is Derby’s centre… Read more »