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Genesis Imaging: April 2019 News

Featuring: Genesis Postgraduate Bursary Winner 2019 UKPEG Awards FORMAT19 TPOTY Outdoor Exhibition Genesis Postgraduate Bursary Announced The Genesis Postgraduate Award returned in 2019 to offer support to individuals continuing to postgraduate level. In a change to the inaugural award which required university lecturers to submit students for entry, this years award was open to all… Read more »

The Genesis Imaging Postgraduate Award 2019: Winner and Commended Entries Announced!

About the Genesis Postgraduate Award 2019: We are proud to announce the winner and commended entries for this year’s Postgraduate Award below. The Genesis Postgraduate Award returned in 2019 to offer support to individuals continuing to postgraduate level. In a change to the inaugural award which required university lecturers to submit students for entry, this… Read more »

Genesis Support Art on a Postcard 2019

Genesis are once again proud to support Art on a Postcard – an annual secret postcard auction that raises money for the Hepatitis C Trust. Art on a Postcard’s sister event, Photography on a Postcard (POAP) returns to Photo London Fair for its second year. This exhibition offers fair-goers the chance to own a one-off edition by a world renowned photographer.

Winners Announced: The Picture Editors Guild Awards 2018

Genesis Imaging are once again delighted to support the UK Picture Editors’ Guild annual awards as a sponsor of the Regional Photographer of the Year category. The UK Picture Editors’ Guild Awards recognise outstanding photography from the world of news, royalty, sport, business, fashion and entertainment. Winners receive prizes from sponsors such as Bloomberg, Getty Images and Fixation at the annual Awards event, which will take place in London at the Honourable Artillery Company Headquarters, March 25th 2019.

Genesis Support Travel Photographer of the Year London Exhibition

TPOTY Winner 2018 - Stefano Pensotti, Italy Image taken in Timbuktu, Mali In the last light of day the inhabitants of Timbuktu wash their clothes and take a shower in the port of Kabara.

Travel Photographer of the Year are back at London Bridge City showcasing the 2018 winning images. Following on from the huge success of last years debut exhibition at the venue, all images will again be on show outdoors, against the stunning backdrop of City Hall, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London.

FORMAT19 – Genesis Imaging & Fujifilm Open Call Award: Winner Announced as Matthew Arnold

Genesis are delighted to announce The Genesis Imaging & Fujifilm Production Award. The recipient of the Genesis Imaging and Fujifilm Award goes to Matthew Arnold for his project ‘Topography Is Fate – North African Battlefields of World War II’. As the winner of the award, Matthew will receive £1000 worth of our services including Bespoke Framing and Professional Photographic Printing (on Fujifilm Crystal Archive paper).

Genesis Imaging Postgraduate Award 2019

Our Creative Director Mark explaining printing services to MA photography students at London College of Communication

Genesis are delighted to announce that the Genesis Postgraduate Award is back for the second year. From years of experience working with students, we’re only too aware of the financial pressures faced in the production of final work, and of our responsibility to help foster new talent as leaders in production for the creative industries.

Ticket Draw: 10 Tickets to London Art Fair 2019

Genesis are once again delighted to support London Art Fair as a sponsor of the curated photography exhibition, Photo50. To celebrate this partnership, and the 13th edition of Photo50, we are giving away 10 tickets (which admit 2 each) to attend London Art Fair, valid for any one day during the fair.

Lee Farrant: Vineyard Editions

Vineyard Editions is a local art initiative that aims to help make a difference for people affected by homelessness. 100% of funds raised will go directly to Richmond’s Vineyard Community Centre, a charity that works to meet the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable in the Richmond area.

Genesis Examines: A Practical Guide to Exhibition Preparations

Production times might not be the most glamorous aspect of your forthcoming show – but they are important. Not only are these important for your printers sanity (think of us!) but also because turnaround times can effect what you’re looking to produce – if you’ve only left days then we won’t be able to print and frame your work. However, it goes without saying that we will always try and accommodate tight turnaround times where possible and work to find the best solutions…