plus 3 publications on Vogue Italia, a solo show at Fotografia Europea and much more
I'm interested in seeing how people tell or relate old stories in a new and more contemporary way. If some issues never disappear, we have to re-interpret how we tell them so people will pay attention and not feel as though they are seeing the same photos again and again. If our photos are to do their jobs, they have to look at the old world in a new way. Maggie Steber, Judge
plus a projection at Photo Vogue Festival 2019, and promotion on the PHmuseum channels
Awarded by Vogue Italia Photo Editors
Awarded by the Fotografia Europea Artistic Director
Selected by Fotografia Europea's Artistic Director, a project among all the submissions will be granted a solo show during the next edition of the festival - whose theme will be Fantasies. Stories, rules, inventions. - to be held in Reggio Emilia, Italy from April to May 2020.
Awarded by the PHmuseum Team
Giuseppe Oliverio and Rocco Venezia from PHmuseum will select 3 projects among all of the submissions that will be published on YET Magazine.
Assigned by the PHmuseum Team
Our team will select 3 photographers from all the applicants, who will be granted a 60-minute online portfolio review with a mentor of their choice from the PHmuseum Education Program.
The judges will select up to 35 shortlisted projects that will compete for all main prizes and honourable mentions. All shortlisted works will be projected at Photo Vogue Festival 2019, and promoted on the PHmuseum channels.
Arts & Culture Editor At Dazed
Ashleigh Kane is an editor, writer, art buyer and consultant, mentor, host and presenter, curator, and producer working globally across art, photography, music, fashion, travel, and beauty. She has been based in London for ten years and has been the Arts & Culture editor of Dazed & Confused since 2014. Ashleigh has been widely recognised for her work in scouting out, breaking, and providing support to new photography and art talents, many of which are now creative agenda setters all over the world. In 2019, Ashleigh joined Thursday’s Child (part of Shoot Europe) as a freelance guest curator and art buyer. In 2018, alongside Red Hook Lab’s founder Jimmy Moffatt and Dazed founder Jefferson Hack, Ashleigh helped to launch Dazed+Labs, which focusses on encouraging young people to use their voices by taking photographs.
Angélica Dass is an award-winning photographer born in Brazil and currently based in Spain. Her practice combines photography with sociological research and public participation in the global defence of human rights. She is the creator of the internationally acclaimed Humanæ project. Her work has traveled to over 50 cities around the world, from PhotoEspaña, to the World Economic Forum (Davos), UN-Habitat III, London Migration Museum, The Hague Museum, Lausanne Musée de l'Elysée, Dublin Science Gallery; to the pages of National Geographic, Time Magazine, Foreign Affairs and other relevant media. Her TED Talk (Vancouver, 2016) exceeded two million views.
Artistic Director at UNSEEN
Marina Paulenka is an Artistic Director at UNSEEN, a platform for contemporary photography that presents the latest developments in the field of photography and amplifies the careers of boundary-pushing artists. Prior to her new role at Unseen, she worked as a curator and Artistic Director of the Organ Vida International Photography Festival and the Organ Vida Photography Organisation, the leading institution for contemporary photography in Croatia. Paulenka nominates photographers for The Joop Swart Masterclass, the Prix Pictet, the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize and she is an international juror and portfolio reviewer at many institutions, awards and festivals worldwide including the Les Rencontres d'Arles, Hamburg Triennial, Robert Capa Prize, FORMAT. So far she has curated numerous solo exhibitions of artists such as Nina Berman, Katrin Koenning and group exhibitions such as Vigilance, Struggle, Pride: Through Her Eyes. Paulenka is the recipient of the Lucie Awards 2019 for best curator/exhibition of the year for the exhibition Engaged, Active, Aware: Women Perspectives Now. Paulenka is interested in contemporary practices, new approaches to medium and showcasing, and mostly in works dealing with feminism and socio-political issues of our everyday life.
Maggie Steber is a documentary photographer who has worked in 69 countries photographing stories concerning the human condition. Her current personal project is The Secret Garden of Lily LaPalma, a project differing greatly from her documentary work, and supported by a grant from the Guggenheim Foundation. Her honours include Pulitzer Prize Finalist 2019, Lucie Award 2019, Leica Medal of Excellence, World Press Photo Foundation, Pictures of the Year, Medal of Honor for Distinguished Service to Journalism from the University of Missouri, the Alicia Patterson Grant, and the Ernst Haas Grant. Steber has worked in Haiti for 30 years. Aperture published her monograph, DANCING ON FIRE. In 2013 Steber was named as one of eleven Women of Vision by National Geographic Magazine. Her work is widely exhibited worldwide and is in the American Women Collection at the Library of Congress. She lives in Miami, FL.
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