As another year draws to a close, we’ve been reflecting on some of our particular highlights for 2017…
Posts Categorized: Blog Posts
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.
The Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize awards £9,000 of prizes & exhibitions to artists that show significant potential, interesting ideas, a relevant message and skillful execution. Ashurst’s aim in sponsoring the Emerging Artist Prize and Emerging Artist Programme is to find, build and support the careers of talented international emerging artists and get their art seen by a wider audience. For the 2019 edition of the prize, 2 new awards have been launched – The Photography Award & The New Media Award. Genesis are delighted to be supporting the new Photography Award for the competition.
London Art Fair offers an unmissable start to the international art calendar returning to the heart of Islington 16 – 20 January 2019. The Fair provides a space to showcase the most exceptional modern and contemporary art of our time. Genesis are delighted to support 13th edition of Photo50, an annual exhibition of contemporary photography providing a critical forum for examining some of the most distinctive elements of current photographic practice.
Every year, the Royal Observatory in Greenwich hold the ‘Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year’ competition. It’s the largest international competition of its kind and showcases the best space photography from a global community of astrophotographers. The 2018 exhibition celebrates 10 years of awe-inspiring images shot by astrophotographers worldwide.
‘It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere’ is a new exhibition of work by David Yarrow currently showing at Maddox Gallery, London. On 22nd October, a selection of David’s never before seen works went on show for the first time alongside photographs from his worldwide campaign for TAG Heuer featuring Cara Delevingne. As part of the exhibition, an… Read more »
American photographer Peyton Fulford has been announced the winner of the 2018 Firecracker Photographic Grant for her ongoing project ‘Infinite Tenderness’. This project is a highly personal account of growing up queer in a religious household in Southern America. She will receive funding from Firecracker and support with printing services from Genesis Imaging.
Callum Beaney presents his first solo show ‘The Space In Between.’ Callum graduated from Nottingham Trent University’s BA Photography programme in 2017 where his project ‘The Space In Between’ was awarded the Genesis Imaging & Lakeside Arts Bursary Award. This is comprised of £1000 of production services towards an exhibition of work one year after graduation. Made primarily in the forests and tracks surrounding his Suffolk home, ‘The Space In Between’ concerns the interconnectedness and transience of things, and the experience of time and space within them.
The Tusk Rhino Trail is a London wide art installation, kindly curated for the charity by Chris Westbrook, that celebrates the magnificence of the rhino, and draws attention to the severe threat of poaching to their survival. Each rhino has been specially designed, decorated and embellished by internationally renowned artists and is sponsored by a Tusk supporter or partner. Genesis are proud to support the Tusk Rhino Trail and the production of rhinos adorned with artwork by David Yarrow and The Chapman Brothers.
Genesis are delighted to once again be supporting The FORMAT International Photography Festival 2019 with a bursary of £1000 worth of our services – including Bespoke Framing and Professional Photographic Printing to aid one photographer, chosen from the portfolio walk, which takes place after the internationally renowned FORMAT Portfolio Reviews on Saturday 16th March 2019. FORMAT19 is delighted to announce the festival theme FOREVER//NOW and welcomes diverse and imaginative proposals from international photographers, curators, artists and collectives in response to this exciting dual concept.