Featuring: Travel Photographer of the Year at The Royal Geographical Society, The Firecracker Grant, new work by David Yarrow at Delahunty Fine Art Gallery, Yan Preston’s touring exhibition ‘Mother River’.
Genesis Supports Travel Photographer of the Year’s Return to The Royal Geographical Society
Genesis are delighted to once again support the prestigious Travel Photographer of the Year touring exhibition and have produced Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV prints of a diverse selection of the very best in travel photography for TPOTY’s return to the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) for it’s fifth annual awards exhibition.
This year’s event features the entries that took top honours in the 2014 awards, in which amateur and professional photographers from over 100 countries… Read more
Until 5th September 2015.
The Firecracker Photographic Grant
Applications are being invited for The Firecracker Photographic Grant; an annual award providing funding to support a female photographer to aid in the completion of a documentary photographic project.
Through a combination of self-initiated fundraising and our support, the 2015 grant fund is a minimum financial contribution of £1000 plus £1000 credit of professional photographic printing, mounting and bespoke framing services from Genesis Imaging.
Applications close 9th August 2015 and the winner of the Grant will be announced 1st September 2015. Learn more..
New Work by David Yarrow at Delahunty Fine Art Gallery
Throughout July and August, new work by renowned photographer David Yarrow, is on show throughout July and August at Delahunty Fine Art Gallery in Mayfair, London. The show comprises a selection of David’s latest work, including David’s new release Exodus’. Read more
Yan Preston ‘Mother River’ Touring Exhibition
We recently worked with photographer and one of our 2014 Format Festival Genesis Imaging bursary award winners, Yan Wang Preston, on her touring exhibition ‘Mother River’, which is currently showing at Wuhan Art Museum in China.
‘Mother River’ presents a vision of China – from the snow plains of Tibet to the distant ocean – through a series of photographic works with accompanying films and objects from the long-term artistic and research project that she has worked on since 2010 in an effort to reconnect with her motherland. Read more..