Join us to celebrate the opening of our exhibition showcasing selected work by the finalists nominated for the second edition of the New East Photo Prize.
We’ll also be announcing the overall winner of the New East Photo Prize 2018 as well as two special prizes.
A Calvert 22 Foundation initiative supported by The Calvert Journal, the Prize champions contemporary perspectives on the people and countries of the New East – Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Russia and Central Asia – welcoming the work of professional and non-professional photographers alike.
The three prizes that will be awarded are:
New East Photo Prize 2018
Alongside the opportunity to have work exhibited at Calvert 22 Space in London and gain international exposure as well as feedback from industry experts, the winner of the New East Photo Prize will be offered a cash prize of £1,000 to help develop a body of work further.
Fabrika Travel Photography Prize
This special prize is dedicated to the travel photography project that best documents the landscape, culture, people or history of a region or place. The winner will receive a five-day trip to Georgia, staying in Fabrika Tbilisi and Rooms Hotel Kazbegi, with tours of the capital and the mountains. This prize is supported by New East Photo Prize partner Fabrika, the hostel and urban hotspot in Tbilisi.
Metro Imaging Mentorship Award
New East Photo Prize partner Metro Imaging are delighted to offer their Mentorship Award to a selected entrant. The mentorship programme will be tailor-made to suit the needs of the artist, who will be fully supported over a 12 month period and receive £1,000 credit with Metro Imaging.
The finalists participating in the exhibition are:
Antal Bánhegyesy, Orthodoxia
Vika Eksta, The Devil’s Lake
Daria Garnik, Gagarin
Ilkin Huseynov, Shared Waters
Join the Cool, Vinietka (Ukrainian graduation album)
Karol Pałka, Edifice
Lucia Sekerková, Vrăjitoare
Michał Sierakowski, Wild Fields
Michal Solarski, Infirmi
Alnis Stakle, Heavy Waters
Lana Stojićević, Sunny Side
Elena Subach and Viacheslav Poliakov, City of Gardens
Fyodor Telkov, Ural Mari
Peter Trembeczki, Victory
Adam Wilkoszarski, After Season
Bolgárka Éva Zellei, Furnishing the Sacred
More information about the exhibition here.
Exhibition open to the public:
12 Oct – 2 Dec 2016
Wed – Sun, 12pm – 6pm