Individual Gallery Application

Individual Gallery Panel Application In order for us to accept an application to exhibit images at Xposure 2017, we need to first evaluate and approve all content intended for display. Our curators encourage talented photographers and welcome individual content but we are obligued to respect regional and cultural sensitivities. It is for this reason that we need to approve all applications and therefore require applicants to send us jpg images of all material intended for exhibit / display. Once we have received your images and they are approved, we will respond to you by email and issue you with...

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Graham Fink

Graham Fink Multimedia artist Graham Fink is recognised as one of the world’s most respected, and highly awarded, creative minds. Fink is a multimedia practitioner working in the fields of photography, film, painting, drawing and technology. Graham Fink’s career over the years has been defined by never being entirely satisfied with the status quo, whether in the world of advertising, or in the world of art. Fink has long explored ideas of the subconscious and creativity through works spanning video, installation, photography, and painting, he tries to understand the principles behind artistic practices and new creative expressions. As a...

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David Anthony Hall

David Anthony Hall Operating on a scale which is truly immersive David Anthony Hall captures landscape in exquisite detail which are reproduced on an architectural scale.  Hall uses a particular panoramic photographic technique to open up a wide space for his audience to explore. There is a suggestion of escapism as well as exploration in David’s work, as if he is creating a window for the viewer and inviting them to climb through. David Anthony Hall was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1969. His first published work appeared over 28 years ago in an article marking the 150 year...

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Lorenzo Agius

Lorenzo Agius The celebrity photographer, Lorenzo Agius is renowned for his unique, intimate and often comical portraits of the ‘stars’. Lorenzo started his career 20 years ago by producing the memorable and iconic images of Ewan McGregor and cast for the “Trainspotting” ad campaign to Liam Gallagher and Patsy Kensit laying under a Union Jack bedspread for the cover of Vanity Fair. Lorenzo Agius has had a colourful affair with ‘celebrity’ over the past two decades. Expertly capturing the character and individuality of each of his sitters, Agius’ images flaunt stylistic brilliance and bubble with personality. Featuring the major...

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Milliseconds After Detonation

Ken Hermann is Copenhagen-based photographer who captures explosions milliseconds after detonation. “ Ken’s images are pathways, connecting us to micro worlds and challenging us to rethink ideas of photographic representation. Ken doesn’t worry about trends, staying true to his point of view as an image-maker. It’s exciting to see a young photographer with such a strong singular vision and approach. Passionate about individuals and their unique histories, Ken usually explores the fragile balance between people and their environment, between tradition and modernity. Ken’s photography seamlessly weaves cultural and political content, blending documentary and cinematic portraiture. His application of lighting, combining...

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The Power Of Images

Photography is a language that brings awareness to situations around the world. Breaking News supported by photography is a powerful method. When we hear that over 6 million people are currently evacuating areas of Florida, it is simply a statement. When we see the reason for the evacuation, the statement becomes enforced by the power of the image. Atlantic Ocean – Hurricane Irma is captured by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration GOES-16 satellite as it strengthens to a category 5 hurricane in the central Atlantic Ocean. – Photograph: NOAA/EPA Below are a couple more examples of the power...

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Kathy Moran

Kathy Moran Kathy Moran is National Geographic magazine’s first senior editor for natural history projects. A 36-year veteran of the Society, Moran has been producing projects about terrestrial and underwater ecosystems for the magazine since 1990. She lives in Arlington, VA, with her husband and three bad cats. At the last count Kathy Moran has edited over 300 stories for the magazine. Recent highlights include editing the May 2016 issue on Yellowstone as well as Brent Stirton’s award-winning coverages of Virunga and Rhino Trade. Moran was the project manager for the National Geographic Society/Wildlife Conservation Society’s collaboration of photographer...

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Bob Martin

Bob Martin Bob Martin is a multi-award winning sports photographer specialising is shooting sports and action pictures for advertising, corporate and editorial clients. During a career spanning the last thirty years, Bob has photographed every major sporting event; from the last fifteen Summer and Winter Olympics, to Elephant Polo and Horse Racing on ice. His work has taken him to the farthest corners of the world, and his photographs have been published in  numerous publications including Sports Illustrated, Time, Newsweek, Life Magazine, Stern, Paris match, Bunte, L Equipe, The Sunday Times and the New York Times to mention just a few. Bob...

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Professor Eli Reed

Professor Eli Reed Professor Eli Reed (born 1946) is an American photographer and photojournalist. He was raised in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. He took his first photograph at the age of 10, documenting his mother by the Christmas tree. Primarily self-taught in photography, he attributes his direction to mentor Donald Greenhaus rather than any formal studies. He studied illustration at the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts, graduating in 1969. Reed became a freelance photographer in 1970. Magnum Photos became affiliated with him after the success of his work in such conflicts as the wars in Central America,...

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Lauren Scott

Lauren Scott Lauren is a writer, photographer and presenter for some of the world’s leading photography magazines. She is currently a writer for PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine, which is the biggest and best magazine for Canon EOS DSLR photographers worldwide. Lauren Scott has a background, fascination, and passion for wildlife photography. She also records and produces videos tutorials on the latest camera kit and photo techniques. She is a regular contributer to some of the best-selling photography titles. She is a keen naturalist who grew up in Hampshire, UK and later graduated from Falmouth University, with a degree in Marine...

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