PHOTOMASTERS is an inspiring exhibition, showcasing the work of recent MA Photography Graduates and Students from across the UK. As a new initiative from the creators of the Free Range Graduate Shows, PHOTOMASTERS is designed to provide both incredible exposure as well as professional opportunities for Graduates.
The exhibition is an annual fixture in the photography calendar as part of The Old Truman Brewery's programme of photography events, PHOTOBLOCK. Creating an exciting time for emerging photographers and budding enthusiasts.
PHOTOMASTERS MA Exhibition
F Block G5
Private view: Thursday 12th October 2017 | 6pm - 9pm | Guest list
Open to the public: 13th - 16th October | Fri - Mon 10am - 4pm
- Alice Zoo
- Anna Radchenko
- Célia Hay
- Christina Dale
- Emma Walker
- Fern Leigh Albert
- Hazel Davies
- John Rovira
- Julia Wolf
- Karoly Tendl and Sybilla Patrizia
- Lorenza Demata
- Michael Whelan
- Peter Spurgeon
- Sean Wyatt
Karoly Tendl and Sybilla Patrizia
Talks and Workshops Programme
Metro Imaging and Calvert 22 will be offering their expertise and support in organised Peer Reviews during the exhibition for the PHOTOMASTERS Exhibitors; A great mentoring opportunity for honest reviews and new perspectives from other photographers and industry professionals.
Photomasters are proud to announce that British Journal of Photography are partnering with us again for the second year running. Showcasing the best in contemporary photography, since 1854, BJP has been leading the way in photojournalism for over 160 years.
Ana Santos is a Spanish based artist with a Masters from Internacional de Fotografía Contemporánea y Proyectos personales / EFTI / Madrid. Exhibiting across Europe and featuring work in publications such as VEIN Magazine.
"I'm interested in questioning and reflecting on emotional limits as well as the indistinct boundaries and multiple polarities that delimit the reality of the human being in the environment he inhabits through aesthetic photographic experiences."
Daniel graduated from the University of Westminster in 2013 with an MA in Photojournalism.
Previously being a Professional Photographer for over ten years with the Metropolitan Police Service based in London, and lecturer at the Metropolitan Police Crime Academy.
Orande Mensink- Nouws
Orande Mensink-Nouws was born in the Netherlands and currently holds residence in the United Kingdom.
She recently graduated from the University for the Creative Arts at Farnham, MA Photography.
Recent exhibitions include: Surrey Open Photographic Compitition, Lightbox, Woking (2015) and a solo exhibition at International School of London, Surrey (2015).
Cinzia graduated last year from London College of Communication, MA Documentary Photography and Photojournalism.
She is currently exhibiting at the Athens Photo Festival, Greece and earlier this year exhibited at Format Festival, Derby; along with other reputable photography festivals.
Nigel graduated from the University of Brighton, MA Photography, 2015.
He is inspired by the works of the visual abstractionists of the second wave of twentieth century artists, especially the abstract expressionists and the minimalists.
Previous exhibited at the Hop Gallery, Lewis, East Sussex.
Kati Turkina is Russian born and London based journalist, tutor and independent photographer. She is currently a postgraduate student at University of the Arts London (London College of Fashion), MA Fashion Photography.
Sian Davey is a photographer based in the South West of England, with a background in Fine Art and Social Policy.
Recent awards include: Finalist Photographers Gallery Bar Tur Book Award 2014, Selected for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2014, Winner Lens Culture Emerging Talents Award 2014, Finalist Royal Photographic International Print Exhibition 2014, Finalist Renaissance Photography Prize 2014, Winner New York Photo Awards 2014.
Sina Michalskaja is a MA Photography graduate from Central Saint Martins.
Sina Michalskaja was a finalist for the International Contemporary Art Prize, Celeste Prize 2014. And also recently exhibited at the Grimaldi Gavin Gallery as part of the group exhibition Florilegia.
Ammar Syed is a multi-disciplinary artist based in London, with a post-graduate degree in Photography from The University of the Arts London, London College of Communication. Ammar was awarded the 'Photoworks Prize' in November 2013 by the Photoworks Organization Brighton, for his series of work 'Observational Paradox'. His self-published book titled 'Islamic Patterns London' was selected for 'Offprint London' at the Tate Modern. Ammar has recently been nominated for the 'Jameel Art Prize 4' 2015 by the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Marcelo Fiuza is a contemporary fine art photographer, based in Munich. He studied Art History and Philosophy at the Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich and subsequently completed an MA in Photography at Plymouth University.
Marcelo has recently been awarded the prestigious Baden-Würrtemberg Bursary and had also been nominated for the Magnum Photos and Photo London Graduate Photographers Award 2015.
Milo Newman studied MA Photography at Plymouth University and was the Winner of the Magnum Photos Graduate Photographers Award 2015.
Recent group exhibitions include reGeneration2 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Yekaterinburg, Russia (2014) and at Landskrona Fotofestival, Sweden (2014).
The images of the Pink-footed Geese are part of this series and were all produced in 2007 along the mud flats on the edge of the Wash in East Anglia where the birds spend the winter.
Thank you for your application to exhibit with us.
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Deadline: 31st August 2017
A P P L I C A T I O N C R I T E R I A:
- MA Photography Students or Recent Graduates (in the last 5 years) only.
- Exhibit as a group or as an individual.
- The work you submit does not have to be the work you are going to exhibit.
- Must be available to hang and dismount own work.
- Entries are FREE, but please take note of the dates and the hire fee before entering.
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