Isabel MacCarthy
30 Under 30 Women Photographers / 2023
Selections Announced

Artpil proudly announces the 2023 selection for its annual 30 Under 30 Women Photographers. Founded in 2010, 30 Under 30 Women Photographers has helped emerging, mid-career, as well as some accomplished women photographers to gain further exposure and participate in the collective among peers. With styles ranging from art photography to documentary, portraiture to street and fashion, the works have been overwhelmingly well received.

Previous groups have exhibited in Rome in collaboration with CultRise and Dude Magazine, and in Paris and Lille in partnership with Maison Photo at Maison de la Photographie and Galerie Claude Samuel. The 2020 group gave occasion to launch Artpil’s online viewing room and we continued with 2021 and 2022 participating in Rome Art Week with an artist reception and projection alongside a full exhibition online. This year promises further exposure and an expanded audience for the 2023 group.

30 Under 30 Women Photographers / 2023

Carola Allemandi | Lali Binyatova | Galya Budagova | Michela Curti | Dahlia Ehrenberg | Nadia Eterno | Emma Francis | Lucy Franzen | Zeynep Eda Gonen | Coline Moronval | Erin Lee Hong | Amanda Huang | Ezgi Karakose | Wlasta Laura | Isabel MacCarthy | Camilla Miliani | Lia Monguzzi | Laura Palau | Lexi Parra | Olimpia Piccolo | Silvia Poropat | Alice Rabuffetti | Kinga Raciti | Marta Scavone | Clarissa Sofia | Isabel Spantzel | Jenni Toivonen | Claudia Toledo | Irene Trancossi | Valentine Zeler

  • Spreepark Art Space / Residency
    Deadline Oct 16, 2023
    Spreepark Art Space
    Berlin, Germany

    Deep in the forest and yet never alone. That‘s the motto of Spreepark Art Space‘s new international artist residency program. We see ourselves as an artistic workshop of reality in nature‘s public space within the city.

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