Preview Friday 20th November, 7pm – 9pm
Exhibition continues until 19th December 2015
Open Wednesday – Saturday 12 – 5pm
Espy photography award, in partnership with elysiumgallery is a biennial international photography competition for professional, non-professional & student photographers. Espy encourages traditional approaches along with digital and buy klonopin online experimental techniques.
The Photographers chosen by our judges Peter Finnemore and Helen Sear for this years ESPY award are:
Adam Goodison | Atsushi Momoi | Brandon Nichols | Hashem Shakeri | Mira Andres | Rongguo Gao | Shinya Ichikawa
The winner of this years ESPY Photography award, chosen by our judges, is Mira Andres. For more information about Mira and her work click here. Mira will have a solo show in the gallery in 2016 as part of her prize.
A further 40 shortlisted artists will also be shown on a screen during the exhibition. They are:
Alexandra Serrano – Alfredo Macchi – Anthony Arrowsmith – Blair Wacha – Camilo Ramirez(image) – Dhyana Fritsche -Ed Morris – Filippo Venturi – Alex Allovet -Jon Gorospe – Julia Mejnertsen – Justin Barton – Keisuke Iwama – Kristina Syrchikova – Mike Taylor – Milad Safabakhsh – Millee Tibbs – Qian Zhao – Romina Aghandeth – Sheree Naqvi – Stephanie Arnett – Taehyeong Kim – Thomas Keen – Vanessa Vettorello – William Arnold – Yui Takahashi – Zoe Hamill – Anna Leigh – Chee Keong Lim – Chitose Kuroishi – Chris Bykarsten – John Sunderland – Jonathan Wyatt – Luana Liassi – Matthew Taylor – Michiko Chiyoda – Rie Komatsu – Stewart Hardie – James Parkin – Daniel Sebastian Schaub
ESPY Photography Award is a non-profit enterprise with all revenue from the submissions feeding into the award prize. ESPY is also sponsored by elysiumgallery who provide the venue for both the ESPY award and the www.agenciacomunica.com.ar winning artist solo exhibition.
Friday 11th Dec 7-9pm at elysiumgallery, College Street
Book launch and signing for Huw Alden Davies new body of work ‘PRINCE’ of which some of his images will be on display.
Prince, Huw Alden Davies’ new series explores the lines of we choice photographic and illustrative story telling, using an arrangement of photographs and short texts to create a detailed portrait that forms a dramatic, and often humorous study of the artist’s father, a bi-product of a generation, and his slanted views of the world.