Nominations for the Greenpeace Photo Award 2018
Niels Ackermann, (Switzerland)
Magda Biernat, (US)
Arko Datto, (India)
Niklas Grapatin, (Germany)
Katrin Koenning, (Australia)
Pablo Piovano, (Argentinia)
Ian Willms, (Canada)
Jury members Lars Willumeit (independent curator and lecturer for photography at the F+F School for Art and Design Zürich), Britta Jaschinski (photographer, London), Lars Lindemann (GEO image editor, Hamburg) and Greenpeace have selected seven projects to be nominated for the Greenpeace Photo Award 2018.
Public online voting for the Audience Award will begin on this platform in early October 2018. Be sure to drop by and vote for your favorite. The photo project with the most votes wins the Audience Award of 10,000 Euros. The jury also awards a jury award of 10,000 Euros.
Adrift Exhibit at Roxbury Arts Group
Walt Meade Gallery
April 21 - May 26, 2018
Founded in 1979, the Roxbury Arts Group is a non-profit multi-arts organization dedicated to making the arts an integral part of the life of all segments of our Catskill communities by offering public performances, exhibitions, workshops, classes, presentations and demonstrations for both adults and children; distributing grants to Delaware County artists and artistic projects and providing services to them and other not-for-profit cultural organizations; and creating opportunities for the artists and the larger community of our region to engage with each other.
HOW ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN FIRMS WORK WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS
January 17, 2018
Magda Biernat photographed a Skidmore, Owings & Merrill building at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. SOM tends to build long-term relationships with photographers “because there is a learning curve with every new photographer,” says SOM photo coordinator Lucas Blair Simpson.
Adrift wins Director's Choice Award
CENTER Santa Fe
Juror: Louise Clements
Artisitc Director, QUAD & FORMAT International Photography Festival
"Magda Biernat's award winning series Adrift is concerned with the changes in the Polar ice, focused on the Arctic and Antarctic. In both of these environments the culture, land, architectire and geography is changing rapidly. By combining stunning images that study icebergs and Eskimo hunting structures she draws our attention to the effects of climate change and its impact on cultural identity"