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We speak award-winning photographer Daniella Zalcman, whose series ‘Sunday Soldiers’ was shown as part of THE FENCE in 2015.

Lauren Gabrelle is a photographer based in Montana that uses the platform PhotoShelter to showcase her portfolio.

After one too many injuries, Chris Baker decided to get on the safe side of the sidelines and begin a two year documentation of football on the Hackney Marshes. 

Vyacheslav Korotki, who is documented in Arbugaeva’s enigmatic series ‘Weather Man’, featured by British Journal of Photography, is a meteorologist based on a remote peninsula in northern Russia.


Free to enter and open to all photographers, the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards are an authoritative voice in the photographic industry, with the power to shape the careers of winning, shortlisted and commended photographers.

After one too many injuries, Chris Baker decided to get on the safe side of the sidelines and begin a twoyear documentation of football on the Hackney Marshes. Free to attend exhibition at theprintsapce, East London - opening night & private view 1st September, exhibtion until 12th September.

PHOTOFAIRS | Shanghai will present a dynamic Public Program in 2016 featuring ConversationsInsights, and Partner Exhibitions. The initiatives will bring together the very best leading & emerging contemporary artists from across the art world.


2015 Sony World Photography Awards

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