Featuring: Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915–2015′, The Annual Picture Editor’s Guild Awards, Gavin Mitchell ‘Abstract Notions’, 18 Years of Genesis Imaging & more.
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Travel Photographer of the Year was founded in 2003 by professional photographer Chris Coe and his wife and business partner Karen, who wanted to show that travel photography is much, much more than holiday snaps and pretty postcards. In the eleven years since TPOTY was founded, the awards have gone from strength to strength and are… Read more »
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 awards celebrate the exceptionally talented photographers working behind the lens throughout the media today. The awards were hosted by Kate Silverton at a ceremony at the headquarters for the Honourable Artillery… Read more »
Here at Genesis Imaging, we always aim to put our clients first. That’s why we’d love to hear your thoughts on what we’re doing right, and what we can do to improve your experience of working with us.
We are delighted to introduce Fabric Wrapped Window Mats to our extensive range of printing and finishing services , now available in a choice of colour and material options in sizes up to an impressive 70”. Like all of our services, our window mats are produced entirely in-house – from creating the base frame… Read more »
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 »
Featuring: Amore E Piombo: The Photography of Extremes in 1970′s 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 »
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 »
Printing is being redefined; UV printing removes the limits of roll based printing and bridges the gap between photography and the physical presence of other 3D art forms. This new technology does not mark a departure from Lambda or Giclée printing but instead, provides another tool for artists and photographers to realise their intentions. In… Read more »
Halsnoy Kloster, in Norway, is host to new bodies of work by artists chosen to take part in the residency programme they have run with Sunnhordland Museum since 2010. The exhibition, which opened on the 1st September, showcases the work of Raphaël Neal, Sylvia Ballhause and a collaboration between artist Sebastien van Malleghem & composer… Read more »