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Portrait prize 2014




portrait prize 2014

Judges: Dr Sarah Engledow, Curator, National Portrait Gallery; Dr Christopher Chapman, Senior Curator, National Portrait Gallery; Greg Weight, guest judge, photographer.
World Press Photo of the Year, Royal Festival Hall foyer - exhibition review.
Giles Price, Kumbh, mela Pilgrim Mamta Dubey and Infant (2013).We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.Vogue ; artist Bettina von Zwehl; and Philip Prodger, Head of Photographs Collection at the National Portrait Gallery.Michael Putland: A Life in Music, 50 Years on the Road, Getty Images Gallery - exhibition review.Throughout the selection process, the photographic portraits that continued to rise to the top told us something deep about the sitter.Privacy policy, cookie policy, code of Conduct Complaints, advertisers.The selected images explore both traditional and contemporary approaches to the photographic portrait whilst capturing a range of characters, moods and locations.The winning photographer will receive a cash prize of 4,000 to include undertaking a commission from the Gallery to photograph a sitter connected with the UK film industry.Inaugural Highly Commended: David Apostol, Untitled.
The exhibition will run at the National Portrait Gallery from 13 November February 2015.
Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2013 second prize Giles Price.




All Authors, archive, terms of use, contact.Nov 13-Feb 22 (, related Tags: Share this review, created with Sketch.The In Focus feature is an annual showcase for new work by an internationally renowned photographer, which is exhibited alongside the photographs selected for the competition.Tue.00 GMT Last modified on Thu.47 GMT.Viviane Sassen, outdoor toys discount Photographers Gallery - exhibition review.Also included as part of the new In Focus display within the exhibition is recent work by the award-winning South African photographer Pieter Hugo.Jessica Fulford-Dobsons Skate Girl of Kabul, a symbol of new freedoms in Afghanistan, won the 3,000 second prize.To enter, visit /photoprize and complete the online application form or apply by post by Monday Credits.
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