All posts tagged: Tamara Merino Bloch

31 women to watch out for

Now in its second year, the PHMuseum Women Photographer Grant has a simple premise – to recognise and award world-class photographers, who also happen to be women. Judged this year by a prestigious panel including Magnum photographer Alessandra Sanguinetti and The Photographers’ Gallery senior curator Karen McQuaid, the Grant has two main sections – The Women Photographer Grant and the New Generation Prize for those under 30 years of age. This year the following series have made the shortlist: Aletheia Casey, No Blood Stained the Wattle Alexa Vachon, Rise Alice Mann, Drummies Anna Boyiazis, Finding Freedom in the Water Ayline Olukman, Psyche Claudia Gori, The Sentinels: Electrosensitivity in Italy Diana Markosian, Santa Barbara Elena Anosova, Out-of-the-Way Eleonora Strano, The Dark Embrace Encarni Pindado, Central American, Women Migration Giya Makondo-Wills, The Came From the Water While the World Watched Gulnara Samoilova, Lost Family Iggy Smalls, Neverland Johanna Maria Fritz, Like a Bird Karolina Gembara, Seven Sisters Ksenia Kuleshova, Abkhazia Laura Pannack, The Cracker Lee Grant, The Korea Project (Working Title) Louisa Boeszoermeny, The State I Am …

2018-11-16T13:39:49+00:00

Shortlist announced for the 2018 PHM Grant

Running since 2013, the PHM Grant has a reputation for finding interesting new photographers such as Max Pinckers, Tomas van Houtryve, and Salvatore Vitale. Now the 35-strong shortlist for the 2018 has been announced, with the winners due to be announced on 08 May and four prizes up for grabs – a first, second and third in the main award, plus a New Generation Prize. Each winner gets a cash prize plus a publication on World Press Photo’s Witness, a projection at Cortona On The Move and at Just Another Photo Festival, and promotion via PHmuseum. The jury handing out the awards is made up of photography specialists – Genevieve Fussell, senior photo editor at The New Yorker; Roger Ballen, photographer and artist; Emilia Van Lynden, artistic director of Unseen; and Monica Allende, independent photo editor and cultural producer. The jury is able to give Honourable Mentions, up to six in the main prize, and up to three in the New Generation Prize.

2018-04-25T09:47:41+00:00

BJP Staff