Category Archives: Curators

Show me you're committed to the work

Frits Gierstberg is the Chief Exhibitions Curator at Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam and one of the judges for this year's Solas Prize. Trish Lambe of Gallery of Photography Ireland asked him about his thoughts on contemporary photography and his advice … Continue reading

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How to Show me your Photographs

Natasha Egan is the executive director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago (MoCP). She has organised over fifty exhibitions with a focus on contemporary Asian art and artists concerned with societal topics. John Duncan, an editor … Continue reading

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Tanya Kiang, Solas Judge

The Solas Prize has five judges and we plan to speak to each of them to find out what they are looking for in the submissions. We start with Tanya Kiang who has been the Director of the Gallery of … Continue reading

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The Making Pictures Award

We're coming up to the first deadline for submissions to Graduate Photography Online, (5 May) so we are delighted to announce a new opportunity for graduate photographers that take part this year. Source has teamed up with a leading photographic … Continue reading

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Source-Cord Prize Judgement Day

Today we are announcing the 25 shortlisted photographers for the Source-Cord Prize. The winners will be announced next month when a special issue of Source is published. In September the judges met to talk over the submissions. As they arrived … Continue reading

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Media Space, Stranger than Fiction

The artist Joan Fontcuberta has accused the Science Museum of censoring his work to placate the Russian government. This is a story in the new issue of Source, out today. Joan Fontcuberta is a distinguished artist and winner of the … Continue reading

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Arles 2014 Day 3

The third day of Arles for us seemed to be dedicated to books. We started with Erik Kessels' Dutch photography show, a lot of which had originated in books, then we went on to Cosmos, a publishers showcase, then on … Continue reading

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Arles 2014 Day 2

At the centre of the old part of Arles is a square called Place du Forum which is surrounded by cafes. They are not very nice cafes by French standards and, incongruously, groups of tourists on the trail of Vincent … Continue reading

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Arles 2014 Day 1

I have just returned from my first visit to the photography festival in Arles. I was there with Adam O'Meara who has filmed many of the videos Source has made recently. So while we were there we conducted some short … Continue reading

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Source-Cord Prize Judge Stefanie Grebe

The fourth film about the judges for the Source-Cord Prize. We have published interviews with the other judges Kate Bush, Mariko Takeuchi and John Duncan, the last film is with Stefanie Grebe, a curator at the Ruhr Museum in Essen. … Continue reading

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