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Photo Open Up 2021

date » 13-09-2021 19:02

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NEXUS
A CURA DI WILLIAM LAKIN E SOPHIE GLADSTONE
NEXUS è una mostra curata a partire da una open call per studenti di triennale e master laureatisi nel 2020 e nel 2021 che restituisce la vivacità della scena creativa londinese.
La mostra è divisa in tre ‘stanze’ tematiche (identità, realtà e spazio/luogo) dove vi sono molti punti di sovrapposizione tra di esse. Buona parte dei lavori possono rappresentare due temi, se non addirittura tutti e tre, il che enfatizza le connessioni esistenti tra tecniche, temi e soggetti apparentemente diversi fra loro.

La nostra nuova esperienza, socialmente atomizzata, ha favorito la sperimentazione ispirando gli autori a considerare le metafore del loro immediato come un mezzo per rappresentare soggetti che potrebbero non essere accessibili in un senso fotografico tradizionale.
Le interpretazioni della realtà attraversano le opere, e la messa in discussione delle norme culturali, delle gerarchie sociali e di una serie di fenomeni che, per quanto prevalenti, possono essere difficili da raffigurare, ricorrono spesso nei lavori eseguiti dagli autori in questo periodo.

Gli ultimi 18 mesi sono stati un intenso periodo di auto-riflessione, provocato dalle limitazioni sugli spostamenti e dall’attivismo contro le ingiustizie sistematiche. È stato un momento in cui riconsiderare le nostre identità personali e collettive, ma anche i sistemi, gli oggetti e le ideologie che costituiscono la nostra concezione di realtà. Questa selezione vuole riflettere sia le ansietà che le opportunità di un mondo in cambiamento, presentando modi di vedere nuovi e innovativi

In mostra gli autori: Brian Bi, Matthieu Croizier, Luciana Demichelis, Claudia Fuggetti, Teodora Georgieva, Lois Cid, Wing Ka Ho, Xanthe Hutchinson, Joel Jimenez, Anna Kis-Kéry, Anton Kuehnhackl, Michaela Lahat, Hilde Maassen, Nqaba Shakes Mbolekwana, Stuart McCloskey, Tom Medwell, Moses Omeogo, Frederic Pels, Ligia Popławska, Paul Railton, Zeyuan Ren, Ana Núñez Rodríguez, Ioanna Sakellaraki, Sari Soininen, Eleonora Strano, Anna Sturgeon, Michael Swann, Harrison Tibbs, Oliver Tooke, Marcel Top, Ross Trevail, Marta Capilla Urbano, Veronica Viacava, Mandy Williams, Yumo Wu, Thomas Wynne e Yuxuan Xue.

Link here.

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Libération

date » 11-08-2021 14:47

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Série photo d'été (1/6)
Mutations imaginaires : des mondes et merveilles
Le service photo de «Libération» met en avant le travail de 36 artistes contemporains autour du thème de la transformation. Aujourd’hui, les paysages étranges, entre réalité et fiction, de l’artiste italienne Claudia Fuggetti.

Web article here.

Paper version below:

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The Pupil Sphere Showcase 2021

date » 28-07-2021 15:28

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JUDGES: AMELIA LONSDALE | ANA BLUMENKRON | ANGELA SHEARD | JOE TORR | ROCCO VENEZIA

CONSISTING OF FIVE BACHELOR GRADUATES AND FIVE MASTERS GRADUATES, OUR SPOTLIGHT ARTIST’S HAVE BEEN CHOSEN BY THE 2021 JUDGING PANEL AS OUTSTANDING BODIES OF WORK THAT BEST REFLECT THE QUALITY OF THE EXHIBITION. CLICK ON EACH ARTIST TO READ THEIR INTERVIEW WITH OUR TEAM.

Link here.

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NEXUS - BA / MA Graduate Open Call 20 / 21 - XLVI Space

date » 06-08-2021 19:12

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NEXUS is an exhibition curated from an open call for BA and MA students graduating in 2020 and 2021. The exhibition is loosely split into three themed ‘rooms’, (Room 1 – identities, Room 2 - realities, and Room 3 – space/place). Whilst there is much cross-over between the rooms (much of the work could be seen to represent two if not all three of the themes) the overriding emphasis are the connections made between often seemingly disparate themes, techniques, and subject matter.

Our new, largely socially atomised existence has provoked experimentation; inspiring students to consider metaphors in their immediate environments as a means of representing subjects which may not be accessible in a traditional photographic sense. Interpretations of reality run through the works and the questioning of cultural norms, social hierarchies, and other phenomena - which whilst prevalent can be difficult to depict - reoccur in student work made during this period.
The last 18 months has been an intense and timely period of self-reflection provoked by limitations of movement and activism against systemic injustices. It has been a time to reconsider our personal and collective identities and the systems, objects and ideologies which make up our conception of reality. We hope that this selection of graduate work from the past two years reflects both the anxieties and opportunities of a world in flux, presenting new and innovative ways of seeing.

- William Lakin & Sophie Gladstone, 27.07.21

Link here.

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Musée Magazine

date » 26-07-2021 16:43

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tags » Musée Magazine, Claudia Fuggetti, Hot Zone, photography,

JUL 26 PHOTO JOURNAL MONDAY: CLAUDIA FUGGETTI
Full article here.

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AINT-BAD

date » 07-07-2021 14:07

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tags » aint—bad, Claudia Fuggetti, Hot Zone,

AINT-BAD - Hot Zone, the full article by Emerald Arguelles here.

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FRESH EYES 2021 - GUP Magazine

date » 03-06-2021 17:46

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tags » FRESH EYES, Talent, 2021, GUP Magazine, Claudia Fuggetti, Photography,

THE LATEST EUROPEAN PHOTOGRAPHY

FRESH EYES 2021

The third edition of FRESH EYES invites you to discover a fresh batch of emerging talents from across the European continent. Powered by GUP Magazine, our expert jury has selected 150 new artists from a diverse array of backgrounds — freshly graduated photography students and autodidactic photographers among them — all of whom are making their first foray into the exciting world that is photography. Whether as a collector, curator, publisher, fellow artist, or simply a photography aficionado, FRESH EYES is sure to provide you a compelling, varied outlook on the state of affairs in contemporary photography today, through the eyes of this exciting new generation of photographers.

The book includes an introduction interview: “Talent’s Vision: a door to Unfamiliar Realities, a conversation with Francesca Marani”

FRESH EYES, link here.

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ARTLAND

date » 29-05-2021 14:50

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tags » artland, auction, Copenaghen photo festival, Claudia Fuggetti, Hot Zone, The Censored Exhibition,

For the first time, Copenhagen Photo Festival and Artland are working on an online auction together. During the festival, you will get the chance to see, bid and buy the Censored Exhibition artists’ works. The collaboration involves a combination of an online and physical auction, where the auction takes place online on Artland’s platform during the exhibition period and will be held as a physical event at Copenhagen Photo Festival on the last day of the festival.

OPEN TO EVERYONE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD...

The collaboration with ARTLAND gives the Copenhagen Photo Festival the opportunity to embrace the possibilities of new technologies and new ways of experiencing and collecting photography. Artland’s 3D-scanned exhibition will give art collectors the opportunity to travel in a virtual space to see, bid and buy the artworks of the Censored Exhibition from all over the world.

A UNIQUE EXHIBITION SPACE

The Censored Exhibition will take place in Hal 12 on Refshaleøen, for the first time between the 3rd and 13th of June, 2021. Thus, the exhibition gives new life to an older industrial building, while the building is also used actively in the installing of the works…

Online Auction starts on 3 June on @artlandapp’s platform

Amin Yousefi - Life, Death and other similar things (2020)
Anouchka Renaud-Eck- Ardhanarishvara (2020)
Claudia Fuggetti - Hot zone (2021)
Rebecca Najdowski - Ambient Pressure (2020)
Rita Puig-Serra Costa - Anatomy of an oyster (2019-2020)
Sari Soininen - Transcendent Country of the Mind (2021)
Nikita Teryoshin - Nothing Personal - the back office of war (2016-2019)
Meredith Andrews - Island Home (2020)
Michele Spatari - Ballads from the End of the Desert (2021)
Franziska Kaufhold - Untiefe - Thoughts on the Island (2020)
Steffi Drerup - Ichfolgedessen (2020)

Here the 3D tour of The Censored Exhibition powered by ARTLAND.

3D tour here.



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Der Greif - Guest Room: Mirjam Kooiman

date » 19-05-2021 18:35

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Guest-Room
Guest Room is a monthly online exhibition with open submissions curated in real-time by personalities from the international photography scene.

Mirjam Kooiman
Curator - May 2021

Guest Room aims to spark collaborations. That’s why Foam curator Mirjam Kooiman is teaming up with Dominic Hawgood in choosing the theme for this instalment. This open call is aimed at artists working with photography as a tool or input material to create virtual realities or alternative perceptions of reality. We hope to see work that focuses on enhanced ways of capturing, representing, and interacting with the physical world, or that uses photography to create hyperreal virtual worlds.

Link here.

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The Censored Exhibition - Copenhagen Photo Festival 2021

date » 05-05-2021 14:57

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tags » The Censored Exhibition, Copenhagen Photo Festival 2021, Claudia Fuggetti, hot zone,

Copenhagen Photo Festival is the largest photo festival in the Nordic region, running on June 3-30, 2021, with more than 50 exhibitions in collaboration with galleries, museums and cultural institutions in Copenhagen and southern Sweden. Each year, 250 Danish and foreign photographers contribute, and the festival is visited by around 55.000 people. In June, photography is on the agenda under the three main pillars Framing Identity, Framing Society and Framing Vision, through exhibitions, workshops, talks, portfolio reviews and more.

Copenhagen Photo Festival focuses on development. New forms of exhibiting, new ways to use photography as well as new perspectives and emerging talents. The festival presents a programme of high quality – artistically and conceptually – building bridges between fine art and documentary photography. Copenhagen Photo Festival is for those who want to break new ground and challenge the idea of what photography is and can be, now and in the future.

The festival centre is located on Refshaleøen, an island in Copenhagen with an industrial history. The raw atmosphere has made the island a creative centre with art institutions such as Copenhagen Contemporary, Reffen – Copenhagen Street Food, theatres, and cultural events which draws an audience from the entire world. Through the festival we challenge traditional presentation methods, finding new and innovative ways to present the artists’ vision.

The festival prioritizes experimentation and sustainability in its production. We work with partners within architecture, crossing the border between in- and outside through innovative use of our established festival centre and its surrounding exhibition park.

The Censored Exhibition

The Censored Exhibition is a group show that seeks to present a contemporary selection of international fine art photography. Around 60 works produced within the past two years will be selected by an international jury based on an open call. The works will be exhibited at Copenhagen Photo Festival June 3-13 2021. The exhibition is part of the festival’s programme pillar Framing Vision, which focuses on the aesthetics and techniques of photographic expression.

We received a total of 380 applications from 49 countries, of which 24 artists have been selected from 15 countries by an international jury based on an open call.

This year, the jury consisted of Roderick van der Lee, Executive Director at Unseen Photo Fair Amsterdam, Audrey Hoareau, Artistic Director at Photo Basel & freelance curator and Michelle Eistrup, critically acclaimed artist.


For the edition 2021 of Copenhagen Photo Festival, here are the selected artists:

Tirdad Aghakhani, IR
Steffi Drerup, DE
Sari Soininen, FI (based in UK)
Rita Puig-Serra Costa, ES
Rebecca Nadjowski, US (based in AU)
Pierre St-Arnault, CA
Nikita Teryoshin, RU (based in DE)
Nicolas Serve, FR
Nadja Ellinger, DE
Michele Spatari, IT (based in SA)
Michael C. Madsen, DK
Meredith Andrews, BM
Maria Lax, UK
Lesia Maruschak, CA
Kukka-Maria Rosenlund, FI
Imane Djamil, MA
Franziska Kaufhold, DE
Fion Hung Ching Yan, HK
Emma Sandström, SE
Claudia Fuggetti, IT
Beatrice Schuett Moumdijan, DE
Aoife Herrity, IE
Anouchka Renaud-Eck, FR
Amin Yousefi, IR

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