All posts tagged: competitions

Win a solo show

British Journal of Photography’s International Photography Award is back, with a new venue and a judging panel that includes Brett Rogers, director of The Photographers’ Gallery; Emma Bowkett, picture editor of the Financial Times’ award-winning FT Weekend Magazine; Hannah Watson, director of Trolley Books and TJ Boulting gallery; and Bruno Ceschel, founder of Self Publish, Be Happy. The prize is divided into two categories, one recognising a series of work and the other an outstanding single image, and is open to anyone, making images on any topic, from anywhere in the world. Both winners will have their work printed and professionally framed by Spectrum Photographic – one of Europe’s best pro labs – and exhibited at TJ Boulting for one week in February 2015. The exhibition will include a private view, and both winners will be free to keep their framed prints after the show. [bjp_ad_slot] BJP’s IPA has been running since 2005; previous winners include Edmund Clark, Giulio di Sturco, Walter Astrada and Chloe Dewe Mathews. Clark won the series prize in 2009 with …

2014-08-20T16:09:19+00:00

“I am excited to work from the birthplace of photography,” Natasha Caruana tells BJP

At this year’s Les Rencontres d’Arles festival in the south of France, Natasha Caruana was named 2014 BMW Young Photographer in Residence at the Nicéphore Niépce Museum. “I was told in advance that I had reached the last few photographers, and had prepared an acceptance speech in French,” Caruana told BJP at the festival. “The announcement was nerve-wracking, but I’m so happy to have won. It will be incredible to spend this time making my own work, receiving support from the museum and also drawing on its archive.” This is the fourth year of the BMW residency, which aims to “offer ongoing support and to foster a close link with the artists based on shared values”. Caruana will spend three months at the historic museum in Chalon-sur-Saône, the birthplace of Nicéphore Niépce,  – credited as the inventor of photography – and will have complete creative freedom. In addition to the three-month residency, Caruana received a €6000 grant to fund her time in France. Caruana spoke to BJP about her expectations and hopes for the residency, and offers an insight into her current way of working. BJP: What does winning mean to …

2014-08-18T11:07:12+00:00

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