Posts Tagged: Prix Pictet

Genesis Imaging: November 2015 News

P. H Emerson at Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery | John Hartley

 Featuring: David Stewart Wins The Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize Competition at The National Portrait Gallery, Susan Derges at Purdy Hicks Gallery, P. H. Emerson at Nottingham Castle Museum and Gallery, The Prix Pictet 6th Cycle… David Stewart Wins The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at The National Portrait Gallery A huge congratulations from all at Genesis… Read more »

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

An Interview with Michael Benson, Director of the Prix Pictet and Co-Founder of Cultural Consultancy Firm, Candlestar Ltd.

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Originally posted on November 28th 2013 Michael Benson is a writer and film producer, he established cultural consultancy firm Candlestar with Fariba Fashad in 2003. Clients have included Frieze Art Fair, The Gulf Art Fair (now Art Dubai), the Sovereign European Art Prize, The Sony Photography Prize, The Tusk Conservation Awards and the Syngenta Photography… Read more »

November and Reflections on Paris Photo

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November brought us a whole host of events, shows and activities – from private views to Paris Photo. We’re looking forward to another busy month in the lead-up to 2014 (and to Christmas too). We’ll be printing, mounting and framing your orders right up until December the 24th (closing at 2pm and reopening on January… Read more »