Posts Tagged: Competition

Genesis support Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2019

© National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

nsight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year returns in 2019 with a brand new exhibition showcasing the world’s greatest space photography. The exhibition is a result of the  largest astrophotography competition of its kind, showcasing the best space photography from around the world.

Genesis support the Rhonda Wilson Award 2019

We are once again delighted to support the Rhonda Wilson Award, announced as a new initiative in 2017, in honor of Rhonda Wilson MBE (1953-2014). This award will be presented at The FRESH Annual Summer Show, an exhibition produced and presented by Klompching Gallery, now in its 8th year.

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 »

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.

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.

Genesis Support Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize 2019 – Open For Entries!

Ashurst Emerging Art Prize Logo

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.

Genesis support Astronomy Photographer of the Year

Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018 Installation

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.

Genesis Imaging: October 2018 News

A Rhino with artwork by David Yarrow is seen on the Tusk Rhino Trail on August 19, 2018 in London, England.This Rhino is sponsored by Genesis Imaging.

Featuring: The Tusk Rhino Trail FIX Photo Awards 2018 NTU Bursary Winner Chloe Dewe Mathews at Aperture, NYC Genesis Support David Yarrow and The Chapman Brothers at The Tusk Rhino Trail This September wildlife charity Tusk launched their Rhino Trail which sees artist designed rhino sculptures pop up all over the capital! We were very… Read more »

The Firecracker Grant 2018: Winner Announced

Rian With Friends, 2017 © Peyton Fulford

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.