Image © Paolo Woods / Institute.
The Institute for Artist Management, which launched in December 2009, represents photographers and documentary filmmakers such as Simon Norfolk, Rena Effendi, Jodi Bieber, Richard Mosse and Nadav Kander.
British-born Kate Peters is a former recipient of the Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Award. After graduating from the Falmouth College of Arts, she has seen her work appear in numerous newspapers and magazines including The Financial Times, The Sunday Times, The Independent, The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph; in 2010 her portrait of Julian Assange was featured on the cover of Time.
Her most recent work is titled Yes, Mistress, and examines the world of the professional dominatrix. She staged her first solo exhibition, Stranger Than Fiction, this year at hpgrp gallery in New York this year and has exhibited at Format Festival in Derby and Darmstadter Tage in Germany.
Yann Gross, a Swiss photographer, has seen his work exhibited in Paris, Madrid, Budapest and at Arles, and in 2010 he was the winner of the International Fashion and Photography Festival of Hyères.
His two most recent monographs have concentrated on the often fantastic assimilation of American culture in vastly divergent contexts. While Horizonville looked for traces of the American Dream to be found amongst the Swiss Alps, Kitintale documented the communities surrounding east Africa's only skate park situated in the heart of Kampala.
Earlier this month, the Institute welcomed Paolo Woods, a documentary photographer who started his career by running a laboratory and photo gallery in Florence, Italy. He is the author of the books Un Monde de Brut, American Chaos and Chinafrica - the latter has been "acclaimed as the most thorough investigation" of Chinese influence in Africa. "The book has enjoyed significant commercial success selling over 40,000 copies in France only."
Woods has received a World Press Photo for his work in Iraq, and he has had solo exhibitions in France, the US, Italy, China, Spain, Germany and Holland.
"We are all thrilled to be representing such a diversely talented group of singular and hard-working artists," says Frank Evers, the Institute's CEO.
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