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Portrait of Britain

By Claudia Leisinger | August 08, 2016
Posted in: Exhibition Portrait Awards 2016 Portrait of Britain

I entered the Portrait of Britain award run by the British Journal of Photography.

They aim to create a groundbreaking nationwide public exhibition that will show the face of modern Britain and have selected 100 winning portraits to be showcased on JCDecaux digital screens nationwide during September 2016.

And two of these photographs will be mine!

I really like the idea and I can't wait to see how it will look. Here are my two winning portraits, both from my story "The Last Of The Fish Porters"

Brett and Jeff, let's go and have a coffee below the two JCDecaux digital screens showing your portraits, shall we?

Jeff

Brett

here at Victoria Station.

Jeff at Victoria Station

Brett at Victoria Station

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My Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Award entry

By Claudia Leisinger | August 07, 2016
Posted in: Portrait Awards 2016 Taylor Wessing

After a long break from the annual Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Award, I entered again this year with these images below. It was an interesting exercise to settle on only a few portraits from last year and to declare - these are the ones I like the best right now.

Apart from that I also printed them at Photofusion with Richard, and that was a joy in itself.


The captions for the following photographs are:

1. Juarez, chief of the Munduruku tribe settled in Sawre Muybu, stands in the middle of the 4 meter wide demarcation line, him and his men have cut into the Amazonian forest to mark out their land. They are fighting against the creation of a hydroelectricity dam by the Brazilian Government that would flood much of their territory. From "Of Flying Rivers and Flooded Lands"

2.Woman from the Munduruku tribe washes dishes in the Tapajós river in Sawre Muybu, their ancestral "holy land". From "Of Flying Rivers and Flooded Lands" 

3. Munduruku mother is bathing with her new born baby in the Tapajós river, Sawre Muybu, Brazil. From "Of Flying Rivers and Flooded Lands"

4. Donna Maria Bibiana da Silva is with 107 year, the oldest woman in Pimental, a village that would be flooded completely if the plans for the Sao Luiz do Tapajós dam were to go ahead. From "Of Flying Rivers and Flooded Lands"

5.Portrait of Ciara and her 9 month old son, South London 2016.

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"The Last Of The Billingsgate Porters" is screening at 6pm & 8:40pm @ Dalston Boys Club.

By Claudia Leisinger | September 26, 2013
Posted in: Multimedia Awards 2013 London Night Contact

I am thrilled that  "The Last Of The Billingsgate Fish Porters" will be shown tomorrow night (Friday 27th September) at 6pm and at 8:40pm at the Dalston Boys Club in East London as part of Night Contact, a free one-night multimedia festival.

Have a look at the program and the different locations below.

Would be lovely to see you there.

6pm at the Dalston Boys Club

Dalston Boys Club, 68 Boleyn Road, London N16 8JG

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Night Contact _A night of Multimedia and Photography in London on the 27. September

By Claudia Leisinger | August 28, 2013
Posted in: Exhibition Multimedia Awards 2013 Night Contact

Comission winnners and artists announced for Night Contact

At this new London Multimedia and Photography Festival, work by over 50 innovative artists including Augustin Rebetez, Stephen Gill, Mishka Henner, Clare Strand and Penelope Umbrico will be on display for one night only. 

Anna Stevens, Contact Editions and Night Contact festival Co-Founder says, “As the technology of cameras and other hardware and software advances, multimedia photographic pieces are emerging as works that blur the lines between these forms of creative expression. We have established Night Contact because at present there is no one event or space which encourages a high quality showcase of work of this nature, with photography at its core.”

The work in the festival is curated from a combination of invited artists and open submissions to create an engaging and inspiring programme.

Full programme:

Work shown in Gillett Square will be by the following artists:
Rrrrrrrroll/ Christian Patterson/ Luke Norman and Nik Adam/ Penelope Umbrico/ Mariah Skellorn, Laura Copsey & Michael Cranny/ Maja Daniels & Anne Hovad Fisher/ Steve Ryan, Pablo Jargstoft & Charlie Doran/ Mark Lewis/ Stephen Gill/ Lorenzo Vitturi/ Augustin Rebetez/ David Oates & Mishka Henner/Clare Strand/Jason Dee

Dalston Boy's Club, a cinema space, which will screen a mix of documentary, multimedia shorts, features and artist films by:
Claudia Leisinger / Maija Tammi/ Zackary Canepari and Drea Cooper/ Pavel Prokopchik/Simon Chang/ Robert Knoth & Antoinette de Jong/ Paradox/ Maria Gruzdeva/ TTY/ Piotr Sulkowski/ Alec Soth/ Margot Hill/ Esther Teichmann/ Rick Pushinsky/ Emma Charles/ Tess Hurrell/ Ricardo Cases/ Jake Price/ Alice Myers/ MJR Collective/ Balaji Maheshwa

Downstairs at Dalston Boy's Club: Video installation by Wendy McMurdo

Projected onto the window of Bird Cafe will be work by:
Rebecca Scheinberg/ Zach Dougherty/ Arnau Oriol/ Sophie Wright/ James Marren/ Benjamin Thomas/ Konstancja Nowina Konopka/ Inka and Niclas/ Dina Kelburman/ Emma McGarry/ Robert Flynn 

Servant's Jazz Quarters wil show video installation by: Joy Stacey/ Suzanne Ludwig

In Gillett Square will be a cocktail bar and street food stalls with music playing from 6pm until sunset when the projections will begin.

The festival after party will take place at Vortex upstairs until 2am. I will update you on where and how to get tickets for the after party once I have the information.




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Shortlisted for the KL International Photoaward 2013

By Claudia Leisinger | April 16, 2013
Posted in: Portrait Awards 2013

I am very excited to have been shortlisted for the KL International Photoaward 2013 in the portrait catagory.
Juhuiii!

Brett Singers, 21, worked at Billingsgate for three years as a shop boy, training to follow the footsteps of his grandfather Edwin, a porter for 53 years. However before Brett could gain his licence, the porters were stripped of their exclusive rights and replaced by non-unionised cheaper labour. Billingsgate Fish Market, London 2011.

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