Simon Roberts is included in The Fields of Photography exhibit, curated by William A. Ewing, at Somerset House, London (group exhibition).
Max de Esteban is nominated for the presitgious Welde International Art Prize for Photography.
Tessa Bunney exhibits at the Ratamo Galleria in Jväskylä, Finland (group exhibition).
Helen Sear exhibits at theOriel Davies Gallery in Newport, Wales (solo exhibition).
Helen Sear new book Brisées is published (GOST Publications).
Max de Esteban exhibits at the Palau Robert Gallery, in the exhibition: 20 Years of LUX Prizes (group exhibition).
Max de Esteban exhibits Elegies of Manumission at the Photo Quartier Gallery, Vienna (solo exhibition).
Simon Roberts exhibits at the MC2 Gallery, Milan (solo exhibition).
Max de Esteban photograph, from the Proposition One: Only The Ephemeral series, is acquired by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Paula McCartney books, As If Everything You Imagine Were True and On Thin Ice, In A Blizzard are acquired by the MOMA. She is selected by the annual Critical Mass Top 50.
Elaine Duigenan and Cara Barer exhibit at Fotofest in Houston, Texas (group exhibition).
Emma Livingston exhibits at the Souteast Museum of Photography in Florida (group exhibition).
Paula McCartney publishes 'As If Everything You Imagined Were True (Location Books).
Jim Naughten wins the 2012 AOP 'non-commissioned portrait series' for his new series "Hereros".
Helen Sear featured, with an interview, in the South Korean magazine Sajinyesul.
Cara Barer featured in Mixt(e) magazine.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY celebrates five years of business.
Carla van de Puttelaar exhibits at the Mesum Beelden Aan Zee in Den Haag, Netherlands (solo exhibition) and also at the Gallery Espace Enny in Laag Keppek, The Netherlands (group exhibition).
Simon Roberts exhibits at the Galeria de Arte do Sesi in Sao Paulo, Brazil (group exhibition) and at the FOTOGRAFIA International Festival of Rome (group exhibition).
Brad Moore and Sarah Lynch exhibit at City Without Walls in Newark, New Jersey (group exhibition).
Brad Moore included in a virtual (online) exhibition by Flak Photo at Rhode Island School of Design Museum (group exhibition).
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the representation of John Blakemore.
Carla van de Puttelaar exhibits recent photographs at Box Galeire in Brussels, Belgium (solo exhibition).
Simon Roberts and Paula McCartney exhibit at the Noodelicht Photofestival in Oranjewoud, Netherlands (group exhibitions).
Lisa M. Robinson exhibits at the Alexander Hall Gallery in Savannah, Georgia (solo exhibition).
Paula McCartney exhibits at the Cleveland Museum of Art (group exhibitions).
Phillip Toledano exhibits at the Bursa PhotoFest (Turkey), BredaPhoto International Photo Festival (Netherlands) and at the Minshar School of Art & Culture in Tel Aviv, Israel.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the representation of Frederic Weber (Print Room).
Paula McCartney exhibits at the Cleveland Museum of Art (group exhibition).
Phillip Toledano is awarded a Fulbright Award.
Max de Esteban exhibits Proposition One: Only the Ephemeral at the Festival de la Luz, Buenos Aires (solo exhibition).
Paula McCartney's Chestnut-backed Chickadees from the Bird Watching series is acquired by the Ogden Mueseum of Southern Art and included in the exhibition New Southern Photography (group exhibition).
Lisa M. Robinson exhibits at Castell Photography Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina (group exhibition).
Phillip Toledano is featured in the August issue of BLINK magazine (South Korea) with an interview.
Max de Esteban exhibits Elegies of Manumission at the European House Of Photography, Bratislava (solo exhibition).
Cornelia Hediger exhibits at the Center for Photography at Woodstock (group exhibition).
Ken Rosenthal exhibits at Luz Gallery in Victoria, Canada (group exhibition).
Jim Naughten & Tessa Bunney exhibit in the FOTO8 Summer Exhibition, London (group exhibition).
Odette England exhibits at Galerie Huit in Arles Open Photo Salon, Arles (group exhibition).
Simon Roberts exhibits at the Photographers' Gallery, London (solo exhibition).
Paula McCartney is featured in the Conveyor Magazine (Issue 3).
Odette England exhibits at the Photographic Resource Center, Boston (group exhibition).
Phillip Toledano exhibits A New Kind of Beauty at the Punctum Gallery in Lodz, Poland (solo exhibition).
Simon Roberts exhibits at the London Festival of Photography (solo exhibition).
Phillip Toledano exhibits A New Kind of Beauty at the Kopeikin Gallery (solo exhibition).
Jim Naughten exhibits in the Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibition, London (group exhibition).
Odette England exhibits at the New Mexico Museum of Art (two-person exhibition).
Jim Naughten exhibits at Quay No. 1 Gallery, Vevey, Switzerland (solo exhibition).
Paula McCartney exhibits at the University of the Arts, Philadelphia (solo exhibition).
Max de Esteban has his Elegies of Manumission monograph published by Nazraeli Press.
Carla van de Puttelaar is featured in Issue 11 of BLINK magazine (South Korea) with an interview.
Odette England is awarded the $5,000 CENTER 2012 Project Launch Award.
Paula McCartney is awarded a $10,000 2012 Minnesota State Arts Board Artist's Initiative Grant.
Jennifer B. Hudson is awarded the 2011 PhotoLucida Critical Mass Photobook Award for the Medic series.
Helen Sear and Simon Roberts exhibit at the Perth Institute for Contemporary Art (Australia) and QUAD (Derby, UK) in the concurrent exhibitions Hijacked III (group exhibitions).
Phillip Toledano exhibits at the Perth Centre for Photograph, as part of the 2012 Foto Freo International Photography Festival (solo exhibition).
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the representation of Ken Rosenthal.
Phillip Toledano exhibits at the Singapore Fringe Festival (solo exhibition).
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the representation of Brad Moore.
Helen Sear and Simon Roberts published in Hijacked, Volume 3 (Big City Press, Australia).
Simon Roberts exhibits at the Pluie D'Images 2012 in Brest, France (solo exhibition).
Odette England exhibits at Wall Space Gallery, Santa Barbara (group exhibition).
Phillip Toledano exhibits at the Winkleman Gallery, New York (group exhibition).
Simon Roberts releases, Pierdom, a series of new photographs.
Paula McCartney publishes limited edition artist book, On Thin Ice, In a Blizzard.
Simon Roberts has two photographs acquired by the Pallant House Collection (UK).
William Greiner exhibits at the Morris Museum of Art (group exhibition).
Carla van de Puttelaar exhibits at the Gemeentemusum, The Hague (group exhibition).
Jennifer B. Hudson is named a Finalist for the Critical Mass Book Award.
Simon Roberts exhibits at the British Council, Sao Paulo (solo exhibition).
Cornelia Hediger is featured on the cover of Photonews (Germany), with a feature article.
William Greiner has two photographs acquired by the Louisiana State University Museum of Art.
Odette England is awarded an Honorable Mention in the 2011 Lens Culture International Exposure Awards.
Cornelia Hediger is nominated for the Santa Fe Prize for Photography.
Simon Roberts exhibits at Flowers Gallery, London (solo exhibition).
Max de Esteban is named a Finalist for Best Portfolio at Encontros da Imagem 2011.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the representation of Max de Esteban.
Cornelia Hediger is featured in BLINK magazine (Issue 6).
Paula McCartney exhibits at the Griffin Museum of Photography—Atelier Gallery, Stoneham Theatre (solo exhibition).
Odette England is awarded 3rd Prize in the 2011 Photo Review competition.
Phillip Toledano is profiled in Israel's HDL magazine.
Lisa M. Robinson exhibits at the Moot Gallery in Hong Kong (solo exhibition).
Lisa M. Robinson exhibits at the Nevada Museum of Art (group exhibition).
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the representation of Jennifer B. Hudson (Print Room).
Paula McCartney exhibits at the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University (group exhibition).
Lisa M. Robinson exhibits at the Art Gallery of Ballarat (Australia), as part of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale.
Helen Sear is awarded the National Eisteddfod of Wales 2011 Gold Medal for Fine Art.
Odette England is named a Finalist for the Galerie Huit Open Salon at Recontres d'Arles.
Jim Naughten is named a Finalist for the Galerie Huit Open Salon at Recontres d'Arles.
Paula McCartney is named a Finalist for The Contemporary Book Award at Recontres d'Arles.
Paula McCartney exhibits at the Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York (group exhibition).
Cornelia Hediger is selected by Erik Kessels for the FOAM "What's Next" online search for the future of photography debate.
Odette England is selected by Erik Kessels for the FOAM "What's Next"online search for the future of photography debate.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the representation of Emma Livingston (Print Room).
Carla van de Puttelaar exhibits at Steven Kasher Gallery in New York (group exhibition).
Phillip Toledano exhibits at Pictura Gallery in Bloomington (group exhibition).
Paula McCartney is featured in PHOTO+ magazine with her series Bird Watching.
Helen Sear is featured in Aperture Magazine.
Cornelia Hediger is featured in Arte Magazine.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces FRESH, it's inaugural open submission exhibition.
Simon Roberts and Phillip Toledano have work featured in the New York Photo Festival.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY supports the New York Photo Festival 2011 with extended hours.
Cornelia Hediger is featured in Phat Photo Magazine.
Simon Roberts exhibits We English at mc2gallery (Milan).
Paula McCartney exhibits A Field Guide to Snow and Ice, at the Mineeapolis Institute of Arts.
Simon Roberts exhibits The Election Project at the Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham (UK).
Cornelia Hediger exhibits photographs from the Doppelgänger series at the Schneider Gallery, Chicago.
Elaine Duigenan is featured in the 10 x 15 Online Magazine (Spain), with photographs from the Net series.
Tessa Bunney is awarded the 'Best Overall Portfolio Prize' at the FORMAT Festival, Derby (UK).
Paula McCartney is included in 'The Collector's Guide to New Art Photography Vol. 2' and accompanying exhibition at the Chelsea Arts Musuem, New York.
Helen Sear exhibits at Crescent Arts, Scarborough (UK).
Simon Roberts exhibits Motherland and We Enlgish at Robert Morat Galerie, Hamburg.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the representation of Carla van de Puttelaar (Gallery Artist).
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the representation of Matthew-Robert Hughes (Print Room).
Odette England is featured in Hotshoe International.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the launch of its Print Room with the representation of S. Billie Mandle, Rita Bernstein and David Trautrimas.
Simon Roberts' photograph Abandoned Warship in the Kola Bay is auctioned at Christies (London).
Helen Sear exhibits at Duckett & Jeffreys Gallery (UK).
Jim Naughten has an image on the cover of TIME Magazine.
Simon Roberts exhibits Polyarnye Nochi at DMB Media, London.
Tessa Bunney is named a Top 100 in the One Life International Photography Competition.
Phillip Toledano is interviewed for A Photo Editor online blog.
Paula McCartney is featured in the online photography journal UYW, Issue 12.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY announces the representation of Cara Barer (Print Room).
Simon Roberts exhibits We English at the Spazio Labo' - Centro di Fotografia, Italy.
Paula McCartney's limited edition artist book, Bird Watching, is exhibited at the Grolier Club (NYC) in an exhibition entitled Hand, Voice & Vision: Artists' Books from Women's Studio Workshop.
A selection of photographs by William Greiner have been acquired by the Morris Museum of Art (Georgia, USA).
Odette England is the recipient of the 2010 Hotshoe Photofusion Award for her series As Above, So Below.
Lisa M. Robinson is nominated for the 2010 Buffalo Exchange Arts Award.
Sarah Lynch is featured in Portfolio, Issue #52, with an essay written by Susan Bright.
Helen Sear is named as a recipient of the £25,000 ($40,000) Major Creative Wales Award 2010-2011.
Simon Roberts exhibits We English at the Croydon Museum (UK).
William Greiner has several photographs included in the book Migration: Lost and Found in America by Donald McCrea (Michael Wiese Productions).
KLOMPCHING GALLERY celebrates three years of business.
Cornelia Hediger is featured in PHOTO+ magazine with her series Doppelgänger.
Elaine Duigenan exhibits images from the Micro Mundi series, in a group exhibition, at the New York Hall Of Science.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY owners curate exhibition of contemporary emerging photography from the US for the inaugural Flash Forward Festival in Toronto.
Simon Roberts is featured in the British Journal Of Photography.
Odette England is featured in Ag Magazine with her series As Above, So Below.
Simon Roberts exhibits The Election Project as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe Festival.
William Greiner exhibits work in the exhibition, Residents and Visitors - 20th Century Photographs of Louisianna, at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
Elaine Duigenan exhibits solo exhibition of new work at the Royal College of Surgeons (London).
Phillip Toledano exhibits Days With My Father at Gallery339, Philadelphia.
Simon Roberts exhibits The Election Project at Portcullis House, London.
Paula McCartney will present an Artist Talk and Book Signing at the Museum Of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), 22 September.
Paula McCartney's A Field Guide to Snow and Ice is included in Vertical Currency: 5 Years of Emerging Artists, Rochester Art Center (MN).
Paula McCartney's A Field Guide to Snow and Ice was chosen by Darius Himes as his jurors pick for the Work In Progress Prize in the Daylight/Center for Documentary Studies Photo Awards. A work from the series will be included in an exhibition at University Gallery, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University from September 13 - December 23, 2010.
Elaine Duigenan has six photographs from the Micro Mundi series in the exhibition 'Created and Found Maps—Exploration of the Self and World', at the Houston Center for Photography (Houston, TX), September 10—November 7.
Paula McCartney will present an Artist Talk and Book Signing at the Museum Of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), 22 September.
Odette England is exhibiting As Above So Below in a solo exhibition at the Light House Media Center (Wolverhampton, UK), August 27—October 22.
Paula McCartney has five photographs from the Bird Watching series acquired by the Smithsonian Museum of American Art.
Helen Sear is featured in VISION magazine.
We are pleased to announce that gallery artists, Odette England, Elaine Duigenan and Cornelia Hediger, are featured in the Spring 2010 NY ARTS magazine.
Tessa Bunney exhibits Home Work at Zoe Bingham Fine Art (London), July 3 — August 21, 2010. The exhibition coincides with the publication of her monograph, by the same name, pubished by Dewi Lewis.
The Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago) acquires two photographs from Paula McCartney's Bird Watching series.
Paula McCartney is exhibiting her series, Bird Watching, at the Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), July 2 — September 26, 2010.
A selection of photographs from the We English series, by Simon Roberts, have been acquired by the National Media Museum (Bradford, UK).
Paula McCartney has a selection of photographs from the Bird Watching series included in the group exhibition, Daydream Nation, at the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, June 8—August 21.
Paula McCartney's artist books are being exhibited at the Brooklyn Public Library. The exhibition, Interpreting Nature: A Collection of Artists Books by Paula McCartney, on show through September 10.
Simon Roberts will be exhibiting his Motherland series in a solo exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield (UK). The exhibition dates are, May 11—June 9, 2010.
Elaine Duigenan is currently exhibiting new photographs—made as part of her residency at The Royal College of Surgeons (UK)—in the new multi-million pound Surgical Training Skills Wing. The residency will conclude with a second exhibition of photographs in September 2010.
William Greiner is currently showing at the New Orleans Museum of Art. The exhibition includes his series Fallen Paradise and Land's End. The exhibition continues through to July 11, 2010.
Tessa Bunney has second monograph published, Home Work, by Dewi Lewis (UK).
Tessa Bunney commissioned to photograph a series of photographs about the Hereford cow, for the Hereford Photography Festival (UK).
Paula McCartney has been awarded a 2010 Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant. The award is a $6,000 grant in recognition of her Bird Watching series and artist book.
William Greiner has images from Land's End featured in Issue 13 of Fraction Magazine (online). The article can be viewed here: http://www.fractionmagazine.com/artist/williamgreiner/
Paula McCartney's first monograph, Bird Watching, has been published by Princeton Architectural Press, with texts contributed by Darius Himes and Karen Irvine.
Simon Roberts has been selected by the United Kingdom's House of Commons, as the 2010 Election Artist. An interview on BBC News can be viewed here: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/8576881.stm
Paula McCartney is interviewed on WFMU about the Bird Watching exhibition. You can listen to the radio interview here: www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/35063.
Tessa Bunney is currently an artist-in-residence at the Jyväskylä Printmaking Centre, Finland. The residency dates are 10—24 March and is organised by the Connection North, International Residency Exchange Project.
Simon Roberts will be exhibiting his We English series in his first solo museum exhibitin at the National Media Museum, Bradford(UK). The exhibition dates are March 12—September 5, 2010.
Paula McCartney and Lisa M Robinson have both been selected for the group exhibiiton 31 Women in Art Photography being presented by the Humble Arts Foundation in New York City. The exhibiton dates are March 6—April 10, 2010 at the Affirmation Arts Foundation.
Sarah Lynch has been nominated for the FOAM Paul Huf Award 2010.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY is delighted to congratulate Simon Roberts, on our recent placement of his Motherland Box Set (limited edition of 3), together with six photographs from the critically acclaimed Motherland series, into the collection of George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film
Odette England's Attentional Landscapes series is featured in the Faux Histories edition of Specs Journal.
Simon Roberts will be exhibiting his Motherland and We English series in a solo exhibitin at the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham (UK). The exhibition is entitled Motherland / Homeland, February 19—March 19, 2010.
Simon Roberts' series, We English, has been reviewed by Gerry Badger, in the current issue of AG Magazine (Issue 58/Winter 2010).
Tessa Bunney has an eight-page feature on her Home Work series in the February 2010 edition of Geographical (the magazine of The Royal Geographical Society).
Lisa M Robinson will be showing photographs from her Snowbound series at the Temple Gallery, Tucson (AR). Exhibition dates are January 23—February 23, 2010. An artist's reception will be held on January 29, 2010.
Elaine Duigenan had an image from her new series, Micro Mundi, launched into space on the Shuttle Atlantis on November 16, 2009. A photograph, by NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin, documenting this historic event, can be viewed on the artist's website.
Simon Roberts' second monograph, We English, published by Chirs Boot Ltd., has been selected as a Best Book for 2009 by Photo-eye.
Paula McCartney's Bird Watching series is featured in the article 'Human Nature', written by Madeline Yale and appearing in the Fall 2009 issue of SPOT magazine.
Odette England's Attentional Landscapes series is featured in the Winter edition of London Independent Photography magazine.
Photographer, Martin Parr, chooses an image from Simon Roberts' critically-acclaimed We English series, for his picture of the year in the Telegraph's (UK) Pictures of the Year: Photographers Choice.
Simon Roberts will be exhibiting his Polyarnye Nochi series in a solo exhibition at the Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery. Exhibition dates are January 7—February 7, 2010.
Antony Crossfield is featured on the cover of HotShoe, December/January issue. His Foreign Body series is reviewed in a 10 page feature, with an excellent essay written by Bill Kouwenhoven.
Simon Roberts talks about the beauty of the photo book on the popular Lens Culture on-line magazine.
Simon Roberts' book, We English, makes The Guardian's (UK) 'Best of 2009' List.
Odette England's Attentional Landscapes series is featured in the December 2009 issue of Photographie magazine, in a monthly column written by Ute Noll.
The artwork of Helen Sear is included in the 50th issue of Portfolio. The publication is celebrating 21 years of publishing contemporary photography by featuring 50 of the UK's "most significant artist photographers".
Simon Roberts is included in the group exhibition, "What Lies Beneath: Nature and Urban Landscape in EU Photography", curated by Judith Turner-Yamamoto. The exhition is at the House of Sweden and forms part of the FotoweekDC Festival. Exhition dates are November 7—November 22, 2009.
Cornelia Hediger has a fourteen page feature, about her Doppelgänger series, featured in the 2010 edition of the annual Snoecks publication, with an article written by An Olaerts.
Simon Roberts' new series, We English, will be exhibited at Paris Photo.
Tessa Bunney has an exhibition of her series, Home Work, showing at the Lighthouse Media Centre, (UK). The exhibition opens on Thursday, 25th November with an artist talk.
Simon Roberts is interviewed, about We English, in the Foto8 magazine and on the What's the Jackanory blog site. His image, Keynes Country Park Beach, was a PDN Photo of the Day on 25th September, 2009.
We are very pleased to announce that a selection of photographs from the We English series, by Simon Roberts, have been placed into the Birmingham Central Library (UK) photography collection.
Tessa Bunney has an exhibition of her series, Home Work, showing at the Mercer Art Gallery in Harrogate (UK). The exhibition dates are: September 5 — November 8. The series, about domestic labour in the suburbs and villages in and around Hanoi (Vietnam), is also featured on the web magazine, Lens Culture.
Simon Roberts has his We English series featured in The Guardian (22 August), with an accompanying online slideshow.
Cornelia Hediger has a ten page feature in the August/September issue of Hotshoe magazine, with an excellent article written by Susan Bright.
Paula McCartney has images featured in three upcoming group exhibitions. Six works from her Bronx Zoo, Accumulations and Bird Watching series will be shown at the JK Gallery in Los Angeles (September 12—October 31, 2009). Seven pieces from the Bird Watching series form part of the Between History and Memory at the Eleanor Prest Reese and Robert B. Berkshire Galleries, Herron Shool of Art and Design, Indianapolis (October 7—November 14, 2009). Images from her new series, A Field Guide to Snow and Ice will be shown at the Cargill Hall Gallery at the Minneapolis Public Library in Minneapolis (September 18, 2009—January 10, 2010), in a show entitled ARTmn.
Elaine Duigenan will have images from her Net series featured in the exhibition It's Still Life at RayKo Photo Center (San Francisco, CA). The exhibition dates are August 6 — September 22, 2009.
Rhubarb-Rhubarb is the United Kingdom's premier annual event, at which photographers have their portfolios reviewed by an international group of curators, editors, dealers, gallery owners, agents, etc. This year it celebrates its 10th anniversary with a selection of a single image by twelve different photographers, chosen by invited selectors, as having stood out during the event's ten year history. We are delighted to announce that Antony Crossfield, Elaine Duigenan, and Simon Roberts have been selected as three of the twelve featured photographers. The exhibition is in the White Walls Gallery in Birmingham (UK) and continues until August 18, 2009.
Elaine Duigenan has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Arts Award, given to support imaginative and experimental arts projects that investigate biomedical science. The award will enable Duigenan to work with the Collection of Surgeon's Tools at the The Royal College of Surgeons of England. She will be charting her research and progress on www.armamentaria.wordpress.com.
Elaine Duigenan has been selected for the inaugural exhibition at Ben Pentreath Ltd.; a specialist home and design boutique in Bloosmbury (London). The exhibition dates are May 6—16.
Elaine Duigenan has two images from her "Nylon" series included in an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum (London). The exhibition is an annual rotation that features 40 outstanding photographs from the museum's photography collection and opens on 15th May.
Sarah Lynch is featured in the current issue of Source (issue no. 57), with images from her new series of work. Images from her "Suspended Realities" series is also featured on the cover of the Jerwood Photography Award's anniversary publicatin, together with a feature on the images that won her the award in 2004.
Paula McCartney has images from her "Bird Watching" series, featured in the group exhibition 'Human Nature' at the Houston Centre for Photography. The exhibition dates are April 3 — May 11.
Tessa Bunney is currently artist-in-residence at Newby Hall (Ripon, UK).
Gallery artist, Lisa M. Robinson, has been nominated for the 2009 Leopold Godowsky Jr Photography Awards, administered by the Photographic Resource Center (Boston, MA). The award honors and encourages excellence and creativity in contemporary color photography. The jurors include the PRC curatorial team, together with the 2009 guest jurors: William Ewing (Director, Musée de l Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland) and Hannah Frieser (Director, Light Work, Syracuse, New York). Winners will be awarded with an exhibition at the PRC opening in November 2009 with an accompanying publication and a cash award of $2,500.
Cornelia Hediger has been selected as a PDN 30 2009. This coveted award is given annually, to thirty new and emerging photographers, that Photo District News determines to be the photographers to watch.
Simon Roberts has been nominated for the KLM Paul Huf Award 2009, organised by Foam FotografieMuseum, Amsterdam. The award is specifically intended for a talented young photographer from anywhere in the world. The winner, to be announced on 14 March 2009, will be awarded a cash prize of 20,000 Euros, a three week period as an artist-in-residence in Amsterdam and an exhibition at Foam in September 2009.
Simon Roberts' Polyarne Noche series is featured at the Format International Photography Festival in Derby (UK). The festival dates are March 6 — April 5, 2009.
Cornelia Hediger is a nominee for the Sanata Fe Prize for Photography 2009. The prize includes a $5,000 cash award, participation in Review Santa Fe and an on-line exhibition.
Simon Roberts will be delivering seven lectures, as part of the Royal Photographic Society's annual series of UK-wide lectures. He will be speaking about the acclaimed Motherland photo project, as well as his new photo series, We English.
KLOMPCHING GALLERY is pleased to announce that it will be attending the Affordable Art Fair, New York, May 6—10, 2009.
Paula McCartney has work from her Bird Watching series featured in a group exhibition at the Newspace Center for Photography in Portland (OR), Febraury 6—March, 2009.
Antony Crossfield is featured on the cover of NYArts Magazine (Vol. 13, No. 11/12) with an accompanying feature on his photography series Foreign Bodies. His recent award as the winner of The Independent Photographers Terry O'Neill Award (2008) has also been featured in the British Journal of Photography, FStop Magazine and Metavisual (online magazine).
Tessa Bunney has been shortlisted for the Nikon / British Journal of Photography Project Assistance Award. The overall prize is a £5,000 (c$7,250 USD) bursary to complete a proposed photography project.
Lisa M Robinson is featured in DWELL magazine (February 2009), with work from the Snowbound project.
Tessa Bunney is featured in Portfolio Catalogue (issue 48).
Tessa Bunney is named one of ten Finalists for The Independent Photographers Tery O'Neill Award 2008. .