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New Irish Works - PhotoIreland

NEW IRISH WORKS, published by PhotoIreland Festival is available from their website! This book includes the work of 25 Irish and Irish based Photographers: Barry W. Hughes, Cait Fahey, Caroline Mc Nally, Claudi Nir, David Thomas Smith, Dorje De Burgh, Dragana Jurisic, Ethna O’Regan, Grainne Quinlan, Ieva Baltaduonyte, Kevin Griffin, Linda Brownlee, Mandy O Neill, Martin Cregg, Maurice Gunning, Miriam O’ Connor, Muireann Brady, Patrick Hogan, Paul Gaffney, Robert Ellis, Roseanne Lynch, Shane Lynam, Shannon Guerrico, Stefania Sapio, and Yvette Monahan. www.photoireland.org/product/new-irish-works

BURN MAGAZINE Emerging Photographer Fund 2013

BURN MAGAZINE calls for entries in Emerging Photographer Fund Grant for 2013

Presented by the Magnum Foundation and initiated by photographer and Burn magazine’s founder David Alan Harvey, the Emerging Photographer Fund offers, each year, grants designed to support the continuation of a photographer’s personal project.

The deadline for entry is May 5, 2013.

For more details on how to enter, visit
www.burnmagazine.org/essays/2013/03/emerging-photographer-fund-2013/

Recommendation:

Rise and Fall of Apartheid | Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life

Exhibition: 15.02 – 26.05.13
Haus der Kunst, Munich

“Rise and Fall of Apartheid” offers a comprehensive historical overview of the pictorial response to apartheid, which has never been undertaken before. Through its images, it explores the significance of the civil rights struggle, from how apartheid defined South Africa’s identity from 1948 to 1994, to the rise of Nelson Mandela, and finally its lasting impact. It examines the aesthetic power of the documentary form – from the photo essay to reportage, social documentary to photojournalism and art – in recording, analyzing, articulating, and confronting apartheid’s legacy and effects on everyday life in South Africa.  

www.hausderkunst.de

Making Pictures of People — On Current Portraiture | A collaboration with The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

Call for Submissions by Flak Photo | Photography Online: “Making Pictures of People — On Current Portraiture”, in collaboration with The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

More infos: http://bit.ly/PortraitsCall

Image: April Pearson, “Skins”, Watford, England, 2006 . Photo © Ewen Spencer

☆ ★ And the participating artists in ACMV’s Projection Programme “Artist as Curator – Spectacle in Photography” at Belfast Photo Festival are…

www.actualcolorsmayvary.com/2013/05/belfast-photo-festival-2013-projection-programme-artist-as-curator-spectacle-in-photography/


THANKS again to everyone who participated in our open call for entries!
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Genius in colour: Why William Eggleston is the world’s greatest photographer

Genius in colour: Why William Eggleston is the world’s greatest photographer “He wants us to rinse our eyes until we see, without prejudice, the exquisite poignancy of the seeming banalities of the everyday.”