ING Unseen Talent Award 2019

Elena Aya Bundurakis, Ulla Deventer, Irene Fenara, Kevin Osepa, Karolina Wojtas

The ING Unseen Talent Award is a collaborative initiative by ING and Unseen to showcase new talents in photography from all over Europe. Through this award, ING aims at making art more accessible to a broader audience, while supporting contemporary photographers; stemming from ING’s mission to enhance a culture of innovation and change, the award for new talent was initiated in 2013. In the course of the next three months, this year’s finalists will undergo extensive coaching by South African photographer and professor Adam Broomberg, known as half of the internationally renowned artist duo Broomberg & Chanarin. Under his supervision, the selected artists will create new work within the theme Nature of Change, giving them the opportunity to reflect on the evolution of society and nature.

Unseen Amsterdam

20 - 22 September 2019

 
 

In zwei oder dreihundert Jahren wird das Leben auf der Erde unvorstellbar schön sein

In two or three hundred years, life on Earth will be unimaginably beautiful

curated by KdeWe

Abel Auer, Valentino Biagio & Marlon Lanziner, Michael Blättler, Ulrike Buck, Byung Chul Kim, Elsa Farbos, Irene Fenara, Christoph Hinterhuber, Christian Kosmas Mayer, Laura Schawelka, Leander Schwazer, Sam Shoemaker, Kristof Trakal

Espace Nalon Abt-Fulrad- Str. 4 Esslingen am Neckar DE

opening 20 July, 19h

 
 

Abitare il silenzio

a cura di Corrado Benigni e Mauro Zanchi

Vincenzo Agnetti, Francesco Arena, Terry Atkinson, Roger Ballen, Letizia Battaglia, Janet Biggs, Gunter Brus, Maurizio Buscarino, Sophie Calle, Monica Carocci, Mario Cresci, Jos de Gruyter and Harald Thys, Haris Epaminonda, Mitch Epstein, Irene Fenara, Franco Fontana, Joan Fontcuberta, Vittore Fossati, Carlo Garzia, Mario Giacomelli, Luigi Ghirri, John Hilliard, Emily Jacir, Robert Mapplethorpe, Pepi Merisio, Maurizio Montagna, Ugo Mulas, Hermann Nitsch, Nam June Paik, Joanna Piotrowska, Taryn Simon, Kiki Smith, Michele Zaza

Un progetto promosso da Fondazione MIA
in collaborazione con BACO – Base Arte Contemporanea Odierna
Domus Magna della Misericordia Maggiore, via Arena 9, Bergamo


30 marzo - 30 aprile 2019
inaugurazione 30 marzo 2019, ore 17:30