Posts Tagged: Jan Mccullough

Paris Photo 2015: Four Must-See Exhibitions.

1. Je l'ai vue. At First Sight © Natasha Caruana / Résidence BMW au musée Niépce. 2. Direct to media UV printing on concrete for artist Natasha Caruana 'Coup De Foudre / At First Sight' at Rencontres d'Arles and Paris Photo.

We’re excited for this year’s Paris Photo, which opens tonight, as the city turns its focus to photography and showcases the very best in international historical and contemporary practise for the 19th edition of the fair. Here are just a few of our highlights and recommendations of shows to catch for those visiting, by clients of Genesis Imaging

Genesis Imaging: October 2015 News

Image: Soldat Ahmed ben Mohammed el Yadjizy / Soldat Ali ben Ahmed ben Frej ben Khelil / Soldat Hassen ben Ali ben Guerra el Amolani/ Soldat Mohammed Ould Mohammed ben Ahmed 17:00 / 15.12.1914 / Verbranden-Molen, West-Vlaanderen. C-print, 120 x 150 cm © Chloe Dewe Mathews 2013

Featuring: The Firecracker Grant, Chloe Dewe Mathews ‘ Shot at Dawn’ at The Irish Museum of Modern Art Jan McCullough on her Award-Winning Series ‘Home Instruction Manual’ ‘Innovation at the Highest Quality’ in The British Journal of Photography The Firecracker Grant 2015 The winner of the 2015 Firecracker Grant – that we are proud to… Read more »

Jan McCullough on Her Award-Winning Series ‘Home Instruction Manual’

Garden 5 © Jan McCullough, from the series 'Home Instruction Manual'. Winner of the Genesis Imaging Format Festival Bursary Award 2015.

We recently caught up with photographer and one of Genesis Imaging’s Format Festival Bursary winner’s, Jan McCullough, to find out about her fascinating series ‘Home Instruction Manual’; a series constructed from internet forum user’s advice on ‘how to make a house a home’, which questions our very identity.

‘Home Instruction Manual’ was recently awarded first prize in the Fotobookfestival Kassel Dummy Award 2015, shown at Belfast Exposed; Northern Ireland’s principal gallery of contemporary photography and will feature at Unseen photography fair in Amsterdam. Her book, of the same title, is due out next year.