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I am so pleased to announce that I have been selected as a Finalist for a Fine Art series in the New York Photo Awards. The work selected was the Sites of Execution series. I am filled with gratitude, and eager to meet the other finalists at the opening in January in Brooklyn. Thank you New York Photo Awards! One of the images from the series is featured below, that particular image is of the site of the final execution in Alaska, which is now the State Office Department. See the entire body of work here and the official announcement here. The round up of work is really something, do take the time to see the good company I am in by checking out the amazing work by the other finalists! 

Announcing the 2013 New York Photo Awards Finalists



Congratulations to the following FINALISTS of the 2013 edition of The New York Photo Awards: 

Single Image Categories 

Documentary
Jessica Antola
Alexandros Demetriades
Aristide Economopoulos
J Henry Fair
Carol Allen Storey 

Fine Art
Amanda Dandeneau
Tatiana Gulenkina
Maurice Heesen
Francis Minien
Nina Roeder 

GIF
Sophie Gamand
Romain Laurent 

Student Documentary
Youjin Brigitte Chung
Jian Gao
Sahil Lodha
Benjamin Sadkowski 

Student Fine Art
Sean Black
Alejandra Carles-Tolra
Sian Davey 

Student GIF
Mike and Claire (Mike Bailey-Gates and Claire Christerson)
Tilen Sepič
Pablo Serrano-Otero
Maija Tammi / Tracy Van Oosten 


Series Categories 

Documentary
Jessica Antola
Adam Hinton
Jill Peters
Sebastiano Tomada 

Fine Art
Simone Cavadini
Tamara Dean
Emily Kinni
Edgar Martins 

Photo Book
Bryan Schutmaat
Jo Metson Scott
Brett Van Ort
Kipp Wettstein 

Student Documentary
Supranav Dash
Cassandra Giraldo
M. A. Naser
G. Ligaiya Romero 

Student Fine Art
Dogan Arslanoglu
Carlotta Cardana
Julie Gautier-Downes
Natalia Wiernik 

Student Photo Book
John Deamond
Marcie Hancock
Jonna Kina
Chong Kok Yew


2013 New York Photo Awards Finalists Exhibition: 

January 15 – February 24, 2014

Opening Reception: Tuesday, January 21, 2014, 7-9PM

Winners will be announced at the reception

POWERHOUSE Arena
37 Main Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Hours:
Monday – Wednesday: 10am – 7pm
Thursday – Friday: 10am – 8pm
Saturday: 11am – 8pm
Sunday: 11am – 7pm


NOW ACCEPTING PRE-ORDERS FOR 
NYPH Journal, VOLUME I



Featuring the work of the 2012 New York Photo Awards Finalists and Winners.

Also interviews with Martin ParrDarius HimesLesley A. Martin,Larry Fink and much, much more. 

$10 US/CAN 

Stay tuned for Volume II of NYPH Journal featuring the work of the 2013 New York Photo Awards finalists and winners, plus even more on The Future of Contemporary Photography.

Coming this fall: Issue #1 of NYPH Journal, published by powerHouse Books featuring the work of The 2012 New York Photo Awards winners and runners-up, along with interviews with Martin Parr, Lesley A. Martin, Darius Himes, Larry Fink and more!

Issue #2 will feature the work of photographers from The New York Photo Awards 2013 edition. Submit now to be considered. 

Tonopah, Nevada, 2012 from the series “Grays the Mountain Sends” by Bryan Schutmaat submitted to the Documentary Series category of the 2013 edition of The New York Photo Awards.

Equipped with a large format view camera, and inspired by the poetry of Richard Hugo, I’ve combined portraits, landscapes, and still lifes in a series of photos that explores the lives of working people residing in small mountain towns and mining communities in the American West.

We’re really impressed with the light in Bryan Schutmaat’s photographs. So painterly and perfect.

Keep those #NYPHA13 submissions coming! DEADLINE IS THIS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25!

Spread from Mateusz Sarello’s Photobook submission, Swell to the 2013 edition of The New York Photo Awards

Remember the Round One deadline is tonight! Get those images in before 11:59PM PST for a chance for prizes from bandh , Datacolor, a printed exhibition during Brooklyn’s famous DUMBO Arts Festival, and double the chances of inclusion in Volume Two of NYPH Journal


All the details are up at NewYorkPhotoAwards.com

Some great GIFs have been coming in so far. Don’t forget, The New York Photo Awards has added a GIF category for student and general submissions in addition to the Fine Art, Documentary, and Photobook categories. Submit before the October 25 deadline. Full details and prizes at NewYorkPhotoAwards.com

Above GIF: “Nesting Dolls/Nesting” by Ryoko Uyama submitted to The New York Photo Awards GIF category

BREAKING NEWS: GIF platform category has just been added to the 2013 edition of The New York Photo Awards!

That’s right, this exciting and newly popular animated format now has an international stage to be recognized and celebrated! Submit your best GIFs (and photographs) today! NewYorkPhotoAwards.com

Remember: The final deadline is October 25. The earlier you submit the earlier your entries appear in the judging queue.

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Photos from the series “Alzheimer Diseases” by Philipp Wuelfing, submitted to the Fine Art Series Category of the 2013 New York Photo Awards.

I know the issue of Alzheimer’s from my own family. With my camera, I have photographically staged my own experience with my ill mother. They are visual signs of Alzheimer’s. The photos are from my point of view as a relative. They appear, at first humorous – they are – but the funny facade hides a serious illness.

Do you have a story to tell? Think your photos have what it takes? SUBMIT BY OCTOBER 25th at NewYorkPhotoAwards.com. Top judges, and prizes, including publication in Volume Two of NYPH Journal published by powerHouse Books.

Beginning to End” by Ottavia Massimo, submitted to the Documentary Singles category of the 2013 edition of The New York Photo Awards.

Syria - Graves in the playground of Edlib. The city was surrounded by tanks controlled by helicopters. Snipers were everywhere. Small groups of young boys were confronting the regime with hunting weapons and no ammunitions. Soldiers were usually shooting on the demonstrations so that they could shell on the crowd at the funeral of one or more martyrs. These graves were dug two days before the Friday demonstration.

Do you have documentary, fine art, a photobook or GIFs? Want to be recognized by the best of the best in the photo industry? Submit to The New York Photo Awards. Deadline is OCTOBER 25.

IT'S THE FINAL COUNTDOWN


NYPHA'13 GIF submission: “Japanther (at Treefort Music Festival, 2013)” by Alex Thebez

Don’t leave yourself wondering if you could have been crowned the best of the best. October 25 is the deadline for the final round of the 2013 edition of The New York Photo Awards. If you have series or single photographs that fit into the genres of fine art, documentary, photobooks, or GIFs, submit your work

Announcing the Round One winners of the 2013 edition of The New York Photo Awards

Congratulations to the following winners ofRound One of the 2013 edition of The New York Photo Awards: 

Fine Art Single Image: Amanda Dandeneau
Student Fine Art Single Image: Alejandra Carles-Tolra
Documentary Single Image: Jessica Antola
Student Documentary Single Image: Jian Gao

Fine Art Series: Simone Cavadini
Student Fine Art Series: Carlotta Cardana
Documentary Series: Sebastiano Tomada
Student Documentary Series: M. A. Naser
Photographic Book: Brett Van Ort
Student Photographic Book: John Deamond


Round One Winners Exhibition: 

September 27 – October 25
POWERHOUSE Arena
Mezzanine Gallery

37 Main Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Hours:
Monday – Wednesday: 10am – 7pm
Thursday – Friday: 10am – 8pm
Saturday: 11am – 8pm
Sunday: 11am – 7pm

PLEASE NOTE:
The POWERHOUSE Arena will be closed to the public for a private event on Friday, September 27th from 5pm-Close and will re-open the following morning at 11am.

The 17th Annual DUMBO Arts Festival will take place from Friday, September 27 to Sunday, September 29, 2013.

One of the New York’s largest and most ambitious arts events, the DUMBO Arts Festival will draw an expected 200,000 people to DUMBO to experience extraordinary art by more than 400 artists from around the world.


There’s still time to submit to the 2013 edition of The New York Photo Awards! The final deadline is October 25. The earlier you submit the earlier your entries appear in the judging queue.