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New East Photo Prize 2018
Through Dec 2, 2018 / Calvert 22

Alnis Stakle, Heavy Waters

An exhibition celebrating photography from Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia, the New East Photo Prize 2018 exhibition showcases selected work by the finalists nominated for the second edition of the New East Photo Prize.

 

Adam Wilkoszarski, After Season

Daria Garnik, Gagarin

Fyodor Telkov, Ural Mari

Elena Subach and Viacheslav Poliakov, City of Gardens

Vika Eksta, The Devil’s Lake

The Prize champions contemporary perspectives on the people and stories of the New East – the 29 countries of Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Russia and Central Asia – welcoming the work of professional and non-professional photographers alike. It is a Calvert 22 Foundation initiative supported by The Calvert Journal, our award-winning online magazine dedicated to exploring the culture and creativity of the region.

This year, the biennial prize received a wide range of entries from 26 New East countries. With a multitude of works reflecting a spectrum of approaches and topics, the New East Photo Prize 2018 is a unique glimpse into the self-identity of an underrepresented region and the lives of its people.

 

Lana Stojićević, Sunny Side

Karol Pałka, Edifice

Michał Sierakowski, Wild Fields

Ilkin Huseynov, Shared Waters

The finalists participating in the exhibition at Calvert 22 Foundation through December 2, 2018 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
Boglárka Éva Zellei, Furnishing the Sacred

 

New East Photo Prize 2018
Through Dec 2, 2018 / Calvert 22
For more information please visit the exhibition page >

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Through Dec 2, 2018 / Calvert 22

Alnis Stakle, Heavy Waters

An exhibition celebrating photography from Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia, the New East Photo Prize 2018 exhibition showcases selected work by the finalists nominated for the second edition of the New East Photo Prize.

 

Adam Wilkoszarski, After Season

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Fyodor Telkov, Ural Mari

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Vika Eksta, The Devil’s Lake

The Prize champions contemporary perspectives on the people and stories of the New East – the 29 countries of Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Russia and Central Asia – welcoming the work of professional and non-professional photographers alike. It is a Calvert 22 Foundation initiative supported by The Calvert Journal, our award-winning online magazine dedicated to exploring the culture and creativity of the region.

This year, the biennial prize received a wide range of entries from 26 New East countries. With a multitude of works reflecting a spectrum of approaches and topics, the New East Photo Prize 2018 is a unique glimpse into the self-identity of an underrepresented region and the lives of its people.

 

Lana Stojićević, Sunny Side

Karol Pałka, Edifice

Michał Sierakowski, Wild Fields

Ilkin Huseynov, Shared Waters

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Lana Stojićević, Sunny Side
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Fyodor Telkov, Ural Mari
Peter Trembeczki, Victory
Adam Wilkoszarski, After Season
Boglárka Éva Zellei, Furnishing the Sacred

 

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Through Dec 2, 2018 / Calvert 22
For more information please visit the exhibition page >