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Preview/public viewing 14th - 18th November Auction 22nd November

PhotoVoice Auction of Exceptional Photographs 2011


PhotoVoice Auction 2011

PhotoVoice Auction of Exceptional Photographs 2011

Fundraising Auction Tuesday 22nd November

Preview/public viewing Monday 14th - Friday 18th November

6.30pm -10pm Live auction starts at 8pm

Opening hours: 11am-6pm, late night Thursday until 7.30pm

Hosted by Reuters Thomson Reuters 30 South Colonnade Canary Wharf London EI4 5EP Auctioneer: Jeffrey Archer

La Galleria Pall Mall 30 Royal Opera Arcade London SW1Y 4UY Curated by: Sue Steward and Liz Harrington

For further information please contact PhotoVoice: + 44 (0)20 7033 3878 events@photovoice.org www.photovoice.org/auction

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From top left: 1. Philip Jones Griffiths / Foundation. Live Auction Lot Number 3 2. Jane Bown. Silent Auction Lot Number 38 3. Eve Arnold / Magnum Photos. Live Auction Lot Number 8 4. Romano Cagnoni. Live Auction Lot Number 22 5. Nick Danziger / *nbpictures. Live Auction Lot Number 23 6. Giacomo Brunelli. Silent Auction Lot Number 44

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Alec Soth / Courtesy of Michael Hoppen Gallery. Live Auction Lot Number 29


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Foreword

I do admire PhotoVoice and have been delighted to offer my support over the last few years. I urge you to do the same by giving time and attention to this splendid auction of exciting contemporary photographs, and hopefully by taking an active part in competing for the works that particularly appeal to you. The prints committed so generously for this event represent a fascinating range of subject matter, with surely something to inspire each of you; and the list of donors is a roll-call of some distinction that embraces long-established masters and strong young talents. PhotoVoice has, for over a decade now, brought light into the lives of people all over the world who face daunting daily challenges just to survive, let alone to live with a degree of security and dignity. The PhotoVoice team has done this through involving them in photography, providing a means to learn new skills and to develop a positive sense of individual and group identity. The charity has developed real momentum in many communities across the globe; but constant support is required in order to maintain that momentum. Every single bid that you place in this auction will become a precious contribution to this life-enhancing process. You can make a difference. Philippe Garner International Head, Photographs, Christie’s


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About PhotoVoice

PhotoVoice is an award-winning international charity and a leading organisation in the field of participatory photography. Our projects enable those who are traditionally the subjects of photographs to become their creators. Through photography, participants find the confidence to speak out about their challenges, concerns, hopes and fears. PhotoVoice’s vision is for a world in which no one is denied the opportunity to speak out and be heard. PhotoVoice’s mission is to build skills within marginalised communities using innovative participatory photography and digital storytelling methods, so that they have the opportunity to represent themselves and create tools for advocacy and communications to achieve positive social change. PhotoVoice’s partners are involved in every project – be they an international NGO or a local community organisation. We work in the UK and internationally, with a wide range of people who are marginalised, at risk and discriminated against, because of factors including poverty, ethnicity, age, health, disability and HIV status. We provide a platform for these groups to show their work and advocate for change.

Why photography? Photography is a highly flexible tool that crosses cultural and linguistic barriers and can be adapted to all abilities. Its power lies in its dual role as an art form and as a means to record facts. It provides an accessible way to define realities, communicate perspectives and raise awareness of important social and global issues. The relative low cost of photography and ease of dissemination encourage sharing and increase the potential to generate dialogue and discussion.

Below left: Harry Lakin SPACE © Harry Lakin 2011 / Cheshire East Council / PhotoVoice From Aiming High Below right: © Amjad / World Vision / PhotoVoice Sweet 16 in my culture I took this picture of Mehak behind the fence because it shows how young girls like us aren’t allowed out and how we are locked in all the time. It feels like a prison, it’s like we’re behind bars all the time. See it Our Way Pakistan


PhotoVoice Auction 2011

PhotoVoice Projects

Here is a taste of some of our recent projects. Our thanks to all of our project partners, facilitators and volunteers. UK Lookout London involved groups of young people living in supported housing in Homerton and Walthamstow, who produced photographs that shared their perspectives and experiences of gangs and knife crime. A London-wide poster and postcard campaign, alongside exhibitions in Hackney and Wandsworth, allowed these young people to counter the one-sided media representation of young people as being to blame for the issues rather than being affected by them. Through the Aiming High project, young disabled people in Macclesfield were equipped with digital photography skills and supported to use these to feed back to the Council about their experience of the Aiming High for Disabled Children 2011 programme of short break activities. Rights Cameras Action is a UK-wide project through which young people explore the relevance and importance of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in their lives. An online resource and booklet, launched to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the UK signing up to the UNCRC, will help to engage more young people in this important subject, and to bring the voices of young people into campaigns highlighting where the government needs to do more to fulfil its obligations under UNCRC. Our Bursary scheme, the John Kobal New Work Award, supports previous project participants to further develop as photographers, and to pursue personal projects. This year PhotoVoice supported a set of digital photography workshops with mental health service users in Hastings, run by former participant Tim Rowan, among others.

International The See it Our Way project supported groups of young people in Albania, Armenia, Lebanon, Romania and Pakistan, to document the risks and root causes of child trafficking in their communities. The training has enabled these at-risk young people to consider the issues more carefully themselves, while playing an active role in informing and guiding peers in their communities who are also at risk of falling prey to traffickers. Their work is informing future prevention and campaign activities by local World Vision teams and partners. The Eyes of Youth project worked with groups of young people in three deprived communities in Kurbin, Albania, in order to generate images that explored social issues faced by residents. The workshops culminated in community engagement events based around exhibitions of the work, aiming to generate discussion and inspire action from the wider community. By running photography workshops with nomadic pastoralist children in the Somali Region of Ethiopia, we supported them to produce a body of work that will help Save the Children UK to advocate on the issue of access to education for pastoralist children. Coming up… Lookout UK – expanding upon the Lookout London project, we will run similar workshops with young people in other cities around the UK, promoting positive action by young people to become part of the solution to these social issues. Speaking Out – in partnership with the National Working Group, we will work with groups of sexually exploited children and young people across the UK and develop a resource for the use of participatory photography in this area. Winds of Change – we will work with communities whose lives are already being affected by climate change to document their situation for local and international campaigns to recognise the rights of those displaced or impoverished by climate change.


David Hurn. Live Auction Lot Number 4


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Auction Guidelines

The 84 prints in the auction are divided into a live auction of 32 lots and a silent auction of 52 lots. If you would like to bid on any lot you will need to register first. Live Auction (Lots 1-32) To register for the live auction please complete and return the enclosed Auction Registration form. You will be allocated a paddle number on the night. Absentee bids and telephone bidding can be arranged should you be unable to attend the Auction. Silent Auction (Lots 33-84) Silent auction bidding will be open from midday on 14th November, closing at 9.30pm on 22nd November 2011. This year we are taking bids for the silent auction by mobile phone and you can register in one of the following ways: 1. Complete and return the enclosed Auction Registration form. Once we have confirmed your registration, you will receive a text to let you know when you can start bidding. 2. From the 14th Novermber, select the lot you would like to bid for and text LOT, then the lot number followed by a space and the amount you wish to bid in pounds to 88850 (e.g. LOT 33 500). We will then call you to finalise your registration and payment details. Standard network charges apply. You will not be charged for texts you receive from us. Pricing Guidelines The pricing guide is intended to give a realistic point from which to start bidding, and does not necessarily represent the full potential value of the photographs. Many of the photographs are rarely or never available for sale and so, in some cases, it is difficult to accurately predict their eventual prices. Each lot has been marked to indicate its approximate value as shown in the key. Please note that a charge of £40 will be added to each lot to cover the framing and packaging costs incurred by PhotoVoice.

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Every winning bidder will also receive a copy of Our World Now 4, an extraordinary resource of images by Reuters photographers that encompasses the diversity of trends, moods and stories that define the year. Kindly donated by Reuters. Terms and Conditions By submitting a bid in the live or silent auction you are entering into a contract and agree to pay the full amount if your bid is successful. All winning bidders will be notified by Thursday 24th November. Prints are sold as seen at the preview/on the evening of the Auction and cannot be refunded or returned. Our returns policy does not affect your statutory rights. All images carry a reserve price and will be left unsold if this is not met. Bids under this amount will only be accepted at the discretion of PhotoVoice. Prints are framed for the purpose of the event. PhotoVoice will not be responsible for the re-framing of any of the purchased prints. Lots won can be taken away at the end of the auction. Payment should be made in full, in pounds sterling, and can be made on the night of the auction at the Payment Room or by contacting PhotoVoice after the event. If you are unable to collect your print on the night a charge for delivery of the print may be incurred. PhotoVoice does not arrange international delivery.


Herb Ritts. Live Auction Lot Number 5


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Live Auction 22nd November 2011 Lots 1-32

Message from Reuters Reuters is proud to host the PhotoVoice Auction again in 2011, helping to raise much needed funds for their important work empowering marginalised individuals and communities through visual expression. Through this partnership, now in its seventh year, we have created a joyous event where photography enthusiasts and collectors can access a truly unique selection of prints. The high calibre of work donated each year indicates the high esteem PhotoVoice is held in. We look forward to welcoming you to this special event. Jassim Ahmad Global Head of Multimedia Innovation

Our Auctioneer Jeffrey Archer is a bestselling author and former politician, and has been a leading charity auctioneer for over 20 years. Educated at Oxford, he gained an athletics Blue, was President of the University Athletics Club, and went on to run the 100 yards in 9.6 seconds for Great Britain in 1966. Archer has served five years in the House of Commons and eighteen years in the House of Lords. He has topped the international bestseller lists around the world, with sales of over 270 million copies. Archer’s latest No.1 bestseller, Only Time Will Tell, is the first in a new, five-volume series called The Clifton Chronicles and was published in May this year. www.jeffreyarcher.com


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Marc Riboud Fenêtres d’antiquaire, Pékin, 1965 In Beijing, through an antique dealer’s shop window. Silver print, 11.8” x 15.7” Signed recto and stamped verso, printed 2011 Marc Riboud was born in 1923 in Lyon. In 1953 he published his famous ‘Eiffel Tower’s painter’ photograph in Life magazine and joined Magnum Agency after meeting Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa. In 1955, he crossed the Middle East and Afghanistan to reach India before heading to China in 1957. After three months in USSR, he followed the independence movement in Algeria and Western Africa. Between 1968 and 1969 he was one of the few photographers allowed to travel in North and South Vietnam. In 1976 he became president of Magnum and resigned three years later. Since the 1980s he has continued travelling at his own tempo.

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Philip Jones Griffiths courtesy of The Philip Jones Griffiths Foundation Vietnam, 1967 In an attempt to impose the American value system on the Vietnamese, villagers were taught by US Marines how to wash their children, made to watch Disney films on hygiene, had their teeth pulled, were given real toilets with seats, and were introduced to filter tips. Fibre based print, 16” x 20” Foundation stamp, printed 2011 Philip Jones Griffiths was born in Wales. He photographed Vietnam from 1966 to 1971 and his book on the war, Vietnam Inc., crystallized public opinion and gave form to Western misgivings about American involvement in Vietnam. An associate member of Magnum since 1966, Griffiths became a member in 1971. In 1980, Griffiths moved to New York to assume the presidency of Magnum, a post he held for a record five years.

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Sarah Moon Barrio Chino, 1992 Silver gelatin, fibre based print, 11.8” x 15.7” Limited edition 2/20, signed verso and stamped, printed 1998 Sarah Moon’s fantastical photography is about texture, surface, seeing, believing, dreaming. After almost 30 years of image-making, she has become a legend in her own lifetime. Working extensively in photography and film, Sarah has been exhibiting worldwide since 1982. She has published over a dozen books and is also a celebrated filmmaker. Some of her distinctions and honours include the Clio Award, the Lion D’Or for two consecutive years, Grand Prix de la Photographie and the American Society of Media Photographer’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in Fashion Photography. PhotoVoice is honoured to have Sarah as a Patron.

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David Hurn / Magnum Photos Sheep Eppynt, 1973 G.B. WALES. MYNYDD. The military artillery range. Sheep shelter from the rain. Archival pigment print, 14” x 11” Signed recto and verso, printed 2009 David Hurn was born in 1934, in Surrey, England. David is a self taught photographer who began his career in 1955 as an assistant at the Reflex Agency. While a freelance photographer, he gained his reputation with his reportage of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. He became a full Member of Magnum Photos in 1967 and in 1973 he set up the School of Documentary Photography in Newport, Wales.


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Herb Ritts courtesy of The Herb Ritts Foundation Stina and Cordula, Hollywood 1989 Silver gelatin print, 14” x 11” Limited edition 1/25, signed verso, printed 1989 Herb Ritts began his photographic career in the late 1970s, and quickly gained an international reputation as a master of fine art and commercial photography. In addition to producing memorable portraits and timely editorial fashion layouts, he also created many successful advertising campaigns. Herb also directed numerous influential and award-winning music videos and commercials. His fine art photography has been the subject of museum and gallery exhibitions worldwide, with his works residing in many significant public and private collections. Herb Ritts passed away on December 26th 2002, due to complications from HIV/AIDS.

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John Swannell Chair Series no 3, 1991 Platinum print, 22” x 29” Limited edition 11/25, signed recto and stamped verso, printed 2007 John Swannell was born in 1946. John has published five monographs: Fine Lines (1982), Naked Landscape (1986), Twenty Years On (1996), I’m Still Standing (2002) and Nudes 1978-2006 (2006). He has had numerous exhibitions in the UK and New York including a show of his portraits at the National Port Chris Beetles Gallery, London in 2007 and the first showing of his colour landscapes at Hoopers Gallery, London in 2008. He has photographs in the permanent collections of The National Portrait Gallery (currently showing), the Victoria & Albert Museum and The Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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Simon Roberts West Wittering Beach, Chichester, West Sussex, 2008 From the series ‘We English’. Digital C-Type print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, 20” x 24” Limited edition 1/7, signed with certificate of authenticity, printed 2008 Simon Roberts’ photographs are represented in major public collections, including the Deutsche Börse Art Collection and Wilson Centre for Photography. He has received several awards including the Vic Odden Award from the Royal Photographic Society - offered for a notable achievement in the art of photography by a British photographer, a National Media Museum Bursary Award and was most recently commissioned as the official Election Artist by the House of Commons Works of Art Committee (2010) to produce a record of the UK General Election. He has published two monographs, Motherland (Chris Boot, 2007) and We English (Chris Boot, 2009). 8

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Eve Arnold / Magnum Photos Marilyn Monroe Resting, 1955 USA. Illinois. Bement. Silver gelatin, fibre based print, 16” x 20” Signed verso, printed 2010 Eve Arnold was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Russian immigrant parents. Arnold joined Magnum Photos in 1951 and became a full member in 1957. She is a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and in 1995 was also elected Master Photographer – the world’s most prestigious photographic honour – by New York’s International Center of Photography (ICP).


Tim Flach. Live Auction Lot Number 9


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Tim Flach courtesy of Tim Flach Photography Flying Mop Series – Contact Sheet, 2009 A Puli is a Hungarian sheep-herding dog. The long corded coat is designed to protect the breed from the harsh winters of the Hungarian plain. The shot was made by getting the dog to run and jump towards its owner, with the camera between the owner’s legs. Digital C-Type print, Dibond Mounted, 20” x 34” Limited Edition 10/32, signed recto with signed certificate of authenticity, printed 2010 Tim Flach was born in London, where he studied Photography and Painted Structures at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (1982–1983). Tim Flach is recognized internationally for his highly conceptual images of animals, which have been shown in galleries and museums around the world, as well as received numerous awards. His books Equus (Abrams, 2008) and Dogs Gods (Abrams 2010) are critically acclaimed and bestsellers. 11

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Thomas Allen courtesy of the artist and the Foley Gallery Draft, 2003 C-Type print, 24” x 20” Limited edition 5/15, signed verso, printed 2005 Thomas Allen was born in 1963, in Michigan. His exhibitions include the Foley Gallery, New York City; Carrol & Sons, Boston and the Grand Rapids Art Museum. Publication credits include Harper's, The New Yorker, New York Magazine and O Magazine. In 2007, Aperture Foundation published UNCOVERED, photographs by Thomas Allen with a forward by graphic designer Chip Kidd.

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Veronica Bailey Olympus, Modern Myths Series 2010 Modern Myths 2010, Veronica Bailey’s latest body of work, is a meditative exercise focusing upon traditional yet increasingly threatened forms of human communication and knowledge dissemination. Olympus, features The Financial Times newspaper dated September 11th 2001. Durst Lambda print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, 19.7” x 17.7” Limited edition 4/6, signed verso embossed recto, printed 2011, framed by John Jones London. Veronica Bailey was born in London 1965, and graduated from an MA course at Central St Martins in 2003. Her 2 Willow Road Series 2003 won the Jerwood Photography Award. She worked on Postscript in 2005, a series that documents an archive of letters and telegrams (1937 –1945) written by Lee Miller and Roland Penrose. Her series Modern Myths 2010 features newspapers and the mythical relationship between human nature, war, money and power in the media. 12

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Allan Jenkins / HackelBury Fine Art Conkers, September 2009 Still life study of Conkers, part of a collection ‘Studies of Nature’, based on seasonal changes and growth, inspired by mood, atmosphere, shape and form. Archival pigment print, 27” x 23” Limited edition 3/25, signed verso, printed July 2011 Allan Jenkins is a London based fine art photographer, who combines his interests in portraiture and still life photography. His work is influenced by pictorialism and vintage photographic styles, and his images strive to reflect upon the essence of the world around him. Jenkins’s work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and private collections around the world. His images have been widely published in art books and magazines ranging from Ralph Lauren, BBC, Ikea and Condé Nast.


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Brian Griffin Urban Pollution, Rotherhithe, London, 1987 Archival pigment print, 18” x 18” Limited edition 3/10, signed verso, printed 2007 Brian Griffin was born in Birmingham, United Kingdom, in 1948, and studied Photography at Manchester Polytechnic from 1969 to 1972. The Guardian named him Photographer of the Decade in 1989, and his book ‘Work’ was pronounced “Best Photo Book in The World 1991” at the Barcelona Primavera. He launched ‘Road to 2012’ at the National Portrait Gallery, a project for the London Olympics.

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David Redfern The Beatles, Abbey Road Studios, 25 June 1967 The year that changed my life was 1967. It all started on June 25th at the Abbey Road studios where The Beatles were being filmed recording ‘All You Need is Love’. This was the first major world satellite television link to twenty-six countries with an estimated audience of four hundred million. Kodak Duratrans, Lightbox, 20” x 24” Limited Edition 1/10, 2011 David Redfern began his career in the twilight jazz clubs of London in the early 1960’s, risking his one and only camera amongst the jiving teenage crowds. By day David began photographing TV shows like ‘Ready Steady Go’ and ‘Thank Your Lucky Stars’, resulting in now classic shots of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Dusty Springfield. David sold Redferns Music Picture Library to Getty Images in December 2009.

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David Chancellor / INSTITUTE Huntress with Buck, from the series Hunters, July 2010 C-Type print, hand printed, 27” x 32” Limited edition 2/5, embossed with photographers stamp recto, printed 2010 David Chancellor studied photography at the Kent Institute of Art and Design, after an unfulfilling early career in banking. He is currently based in Cape Town, South Africa and travels extensively shooting documentary reportage and portraiture. Named Nikon Photographer of the Year three times, he received a World Press Photo in 2010 for 'Elephant Story' from the series 'Hunters'. A study of his wife and son was exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery London and in 2010 he won the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize with 'Huntress with Buck'. In 2011 he was shortlisted for the Sony World Photography Awards.

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Tom Hunter The Anthropologist, 1997 From the series ‘Persons Unknown’ Unique Ciberchrome print, 30” x 25” Signed verso, printed 2000 Tom Hunter graduated from the London College of Printing in 1994 with a BA First Class Honours. He took his MA at the Royal College of Art, London in 1997, where he created a series of photographs evoking Vermeer’s paintings title ‘Persons Unknown’. In 1998, Hunter won the John Kobal Photographic Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery and in 2006 was the first artist to have a photography show at the National Gallery. Hunter’s work is often particular, but not exclusive, to his community and neighbourhood’s of East London. He has exhibited work both nationally and internationally, in solo and group shows. He currently lives and works in London.


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Peter Marlow / Magnum Photos Gloucester Cathedral, 2010 From Peter Marlow’s current project to photograph the naves of all 42 of England’s cathedrals. This is a unique object and is the first time any images from the project have been shown in public. Fuji Instant “Polaroid”, 5” x 4” Unique reference print, signed on verso, printed 2010 Peter Marlow is one of Britain’s leading photojournalists, whose work has appeared in most of the world’s major magazines. Born in England in 1952, Marlow joined Magnum Photos in 1980, becoming a full member in 1986. Despite travelling widely in his early career, Marlow's major projects have often been concerned with contemporary British life. In recent years, Marlow has worked more extensively in colour and concentrated on his exploration of the physical and personal landscape.

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Russell Glenister / Courtesy of Pocketstock Ltd Cricket, India, 2008 Boys playing cricket, near Udaipur, Rajasthan, India C-Type print, 16.5” x 24” Limited edition 1/12, signed verso, printed 2011 Russell Glenister is a builder of collections as well as a photographer of note. He is heavily involved in two ventures; the first building on validated photographic content by photographers of significant repute and second, at the other spectrum, community driven supply - Contrast Blue and Pocketstock Ltd respectively. These projects are likely to build on Russell’s previous successes at shooting, producing and curating significant collections of images for distribution and sale. Russell also founded, developed and sold image100 to Bill Gate’s Corbis.

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Marcus Lyon courtesy of The Glassworks BRIC VI, CBD, Shanghai, China – AP, 2009 In BRICs, Lyon proposes that the megacities of the emerging markets are the defining human spaces of our time. Carefully observed, his cityscapes explore the massive urbanization of the developing world. Digital Fibre Museum Bareyte print, 30” x 45” Limited edition artist proof 1/10, signed verso, printed 2010 Marcus Lyons was born and raised in rural Britain, and read Political Science at university and Leadership at Harvard Business School. He began his working life with Amnesty International in Latin America, where he began his exploration of the issues surrounding development and urbanisation. His art and books are held in both private and international collections including the Art Institute of Chicago and the Arts Council of Great Britain. His work has been exhibited in over 80 shows across the globe. 20

Carlos Gutierrez / Reuters Puyehue-Cordon Caulle chain, dormant for decades, erupts in south-central Chile, belching ash over 6 miles (10 km) into the sky. June 5, 2011. Digital C-Type print, 12” x 16”, printed September 2011 Carlos Fernando Gutierrez was born in 1975 in Puerto Varas, in Chile’s Patagonia region, and studied graphic design and photography. He works as a freelance photographer, and has had his work published in National Geographic, Newsweek, Life, and Procesos magazine, among others. He has worked for Reuters during the eruptions of both the Chaiten and Puyehue volcanoes. He won the World Press Nature prize in 2009 for a photo of the Chaiten volcano in eruption. He is currently working on different personal projects, as well as the creation of a photography museum in his city of birth.


Marc Riboud. Live Auction Lot Number 1


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Tony McGee Midnight Swan, May 2011 This photograph was taken just after midnight on a private estate in England and is part of a forthcoming book Swans and I Dream. Archival pigment, 20” x 24” Limited edition 1/10, signed recto, printed 2011 Tony McGee was born in Highgate, London, and educated in Chelsea, London. He became a fashion photographer at the age of sixteen and by seventeen he had shot covers for Harper’s Bazaar, and Vogue. He was later introduced to the world of rock and roll photography and worked with the likes of Roxy Music, David Bowie, Wham and Tina Turner. Renowned for his energy and devotion to his work, Tony McGee is not only a photographer but also a filmmaker, who directed over two hundred and fifty commercials for television and cinema. McGee has been a successful photographer for 30 years, and is about to publish his third book Swans and I Dream.

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Nick Danziger courtesy of artist and *nbpictures Rakia, 20 and her daughter, Nafissa, 3, Niger, 2005 Fibre based silver gelatin print, 16” x 20” Unique print, printed 2011. Nick Danziger is a photographer, film maker and writer; these labels maybe describe what Nick does, but they do not define him. More than anything else Nick Danziger is a traveller, a story teller and an explorer of places and situations that most of us would never dare to go near. He is a contemporary everyman, through whose eyes we can begin to understand the outside world.

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Romano Cagnoni End of an Epoch, Winston Churchill funeral, 1965 Silver gelatin fibre based print, 14.5” x 22” Limited 1/24, signed verso, printed 1980 Romano Cagnoni left Tuscany for London in 1958, initially working with Simon Guttmann (who introduced Robert Capa to photography). He produced worldwide documentaries of problems as old as mankind itself: hunger, oppression, intolerance of difference, the solitude of the weak, wars, rebellions, and the ever-uncertain battle to free the mind of the bonds of inertia and stupidity. He offers meaningful and intellectually stimulating images of ourselves and of the conditions that define our existence. Harold Evans, former Sunday Times editor, wrote in his book Pictures on a Page that Cagnoni is one of the most famous photographers in the world, alongside Henry Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Don McCullin and Eugene Smith.

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Tessa Traeger Purdy Hicks Gallery The Basket Maker, 1993 The Basket Maker is from the book, ‘Voices of the Vivarais’, winner of the Photographic Book Prize in the British Book Design and Production awards 2010. Silver gelatin print, on Kentmere art classic doubleweight fibre paper, selenium toned and gold toned for maximum archival quality, 24” x 20” Limited edition 16/20, signed and numbered verso, printed 1993 Tessa Traeger is an outstanding still-life photographer whose work has been shown at the National Portrait Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Bibliotheque National in Paris, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Tessa has been working in France for 15 years to photograph and write about the life of the mountain people in the Ardeche.


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Scott Mead Untitled, 2009 Chosen and exhibited in the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition 2011 Digital C-Type print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, 23” x 48¼” Limited edition 5/10, signed verso, printed 2011. Scott Mead is a photographer, philanthropist and financier. He studied photography under renowned American photographers William Eggleston, Emmet Gowin and Minor White in the mid-1970s, prior to his banking career. His work has been sold at auction and to collectors in the UK and USA with all proceeds being donated to charity. In September 2010 he had a solo exhibition, ‘Looking Back’ at Hamiltons Gallery. He had two photographs exhibited in the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition 2011, ‘Evening Light’ and ‘Untitled’.

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Chris Steele-Perkins / Magnum Photos Dancing in Lyceum Ballroom, London, 1976 From the book, The Teds Archival inkjet print, 39” x 26” Signed verso, printed 2010 Chris Steele-Perkins was born in 1947 in Burma. His main bodies of work have been produced in England, Afghanistan, Africa and Japan. He is a Member of Magnum Photos and his latest books are Tokyo Love Hello and Northern Exposures. England, my England was published in October 2009. His work is in major public and private collections including the V&A Museum, London; National Portrait Gallery, London; Tokyo Fuji Art Museum, Tokyo; and FNAC collection, France.

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Kiichi Asano courtesy of Eric Franck Fine Art Matsunoyama, 1957 Silver Gelatin print, 20” x 16” Limited edition 38/100, printed 2006 Asano Kiitchi was born in 1914 in Shimogyo, a district of Kyoto, and began taking photographs in the 1930s. It was during the 1940s that Asano began to photograph the snowscapes of the northern regions of Japan, in what would become a 20 year project. Travelling by train on nights before a snowfall was forecast, Asano photographed the morning markets, festivals and snowstorms of Noto, Echigo and Michinoku.

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Fred Parrish courtesy of The John Kobal Foundation Fred Astaire, 1945 Fred Astaire in rehearsal. Fibre based, 11” x 14” Foundation blindstamp on recto, printed August 2011 Fred Parrish worked as a stills photographer at MGM, with Clarence Sinclair Bull, during the 1930s and 1940s.


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Alec Soth courtesy of the Michael Hoppen Gallery Cadillac Motel, 2005 This is image is from Alec Soth’s seminal project ‘Niagara’ C-Type print, 30” x 24" Limited edition 3/10, signed label on verso Alec Soth lives in Minnesota where he teaches at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He has received fellowships from the McKnight and Jerome Foundations and the Minnesota State Arts Board. In 2003, he was awarded the Santa Fe Prize for Photography. His photographs are in major public and private collections, including the L.A. County Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the Walker Art Center. His work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including the 2004 Whitney Biennal.

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Michael Kenna courtesy of artist and HackelBury Fine Art Copse and Tree, Mita, Hokkaido, Japan, 2007 Silver gelatin print, 7.5” x 7.5” Limited edition 11/45, signed and numbered recto, printed 2008 Michael Kenna is widely recognised as the foremost landscape photographer of his generation, his career now spanning over thirty years. Often working at dawn or during the night, Kenna explores and illuminates the effects that human civilisation has on the natural world, recording the sculptural evidence and traces that man leaves behind.

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Dorothy Bohm courtesy of the Dorothy Bohm Archive Still Life, Hampstead, London, 1990 C-Type print, 8” x 12” Limited edition 1/5, signed verso and mount, printed 1990 Dorothy Bohm was born in East Prussia in 1924, and has lived in England since 1939. She is widely acknowledged as one of the doyennes of British photography and has had numerous exhibitions, both in the UK and abroad, and fourteen books of her work have been published. In 2009, Bohm was elected an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society. Her major retrospective exhibition, A World Observed 1940-2010: Photographs by Dorothy Bohm, at Manchester Art Gallery and Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich, included the above image.

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Peter Lippmann Miranda, 2008 Giclée print, 11.7” x 11.7” Signed recto, printed 2011 Peter Lippmann is a still life photographer, born in New York, but has been living and working in Paris for 30 years. Well known in the advertising world, he is represented in France, Italy and in the USA. He specialises in still life photography, but he is also interested in landscapes and people. He collaborated with famous brands such as Cartier, Audemars Piguet, Fürterer, SFR and SNFC and is regularly published in magazines such as Vogue, New York Times Magazine, Marie Claire, and Le Figaro. In his free time, he writes and sings in a Parisian band «LOBOTONICS».


Thomas Allen / Foley Gallery. Live Auction Lot Number 11


Virgil Agper John Kobal Foundation. Silent Auction Lot Number 37


PhotoVoice Auction 2011

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Andrew McConnell / Panos Pictures Joséphine Nsimba Mpongo practices the cello in Kinshasa, 2010 Joséphine Nsimba Mpongo is a member of the Orchestre Symphonique Kimbanguiste (OSK), Central Africa’s only symphony orchestra. During the day, Joséphine sells eggs in Kinshasa’s main market, and rehearses with the orchestra most evenings during the week. Giclée print, 15” x 21” Limited edition 12/25, signed verso, printed 2011 Andrew McConnell is a photojournalist driven by a desire to work on stories around the world which are under-reported and deserve more attention. In 2011, Andrew won two first prizes at the World Press Photo Awards (including the above image) and two National Press Photographers Awards, including the prestigious Best of Show. He has also received two previous NPPA awards, a Sony World Photography Award and the Luis Valtuena Humanitarian Photography Award. 35

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Abbie Trayler-Smith / Panos Pictures my heart is yours, do you want it? Brick Lane, 2005 C-Type print, 16” x 20” Unique print, signed on verso, printed 2011 Abbie Trayler-Smith is a documentary and portrait photographer whose work draws primarily on an emotional response and engagement with her subject. Her work embraces the personal and private aspects of people’s lives and is driven by a desire to get under the skin and cut straight to the heart of the issues she chooses to explore. Recent awards include fourth prize in the prestigious Taylor Wessing Prize 2010, exhibited at The National Portrait Gallery, for her portrait of Chelsea from the series ‘Childhood Obesity’, an ongoing personal project.

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Rut Blees Luxemburg Die Mutprobe II / Test of Courage II, 2000 Lambda print, 17” x 21” Limited edition 42/100, printed 2000 Rut Blees Luxemburg's photographs show the public spaces of the city. In her work she brings to light the overlooked, the dismissed and the unforeseen, and creates vertiginous and immersive compositions that confront established perceptions of the city. Rut Blees Luxemburg's photographs have been exhibited internationally and are collected by the Centre Pompidou, Tate Modern and the V&A Museum.

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Fredrik Naumann / Felix Features / Panos Pictures Raz Mohammed National Park, Egypt, 2009 Elisabeth Kristoffersen from Norway freediving in the waters of Ras Mohammed national park in Sinai, Egypt. Digital C-Type print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, 20” x 16” Signed certificate of authenticity, printed 2011 Fredrik Naumann is a Norwegian photojournalist. After many years of news photography for domestic and international media, he has now been working more on long-term features. Taking his camera underwater he focuses on our less seen environment. Fredrik Naumann runs the picture agency Felix Features in Norway and is represented by Panos Pictures in London.


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Virgil Apger courtesy of The John Kobal Foundation Elizabeth Taylor, MGM 1951 Portrait of Elizabeth Taylor Fibre based print, 14” x 11” Foundation blindstamp on recto, printed 2011 Virgil Apger first started as an assistant photographer to Clarence Sinclair Bull, in 1931. He had a long career as a Hollywood portrait photographer, right up to 1957, when he photographed Elvis Presley. The studio system started to change and in 1969 he left MGM.

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Gary Breckheimer Slipper Queen, 2011 It was a beautiful May Day in London when model E-String and I met at coffee shop before shooting; she was wearing a pair of glitter stilettos. I knew right where to go! Archival giclée print, 20” x 16” Limited edition 3/25, signed recto, printed 2011 Gary Breckheimer graduated from Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara before moving to New York, then Europe, to pursue a career in the fashion industry. He predominantly focuses on juxtaposing the beauty of the female form against our manufactured environment to allow viewers to contemplate the relationship of man and his urban environment. He has won many awards for his work, including the International Photography Awards.

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Jane Bown courtesy of The Scott Trust Foundation Arthur Miller, 1979 Giclée print on warmtone fibre based baryta paper, 25” x 35.2” Original print used in Exposures exhibition, signed recto, printed 2009 Jane Bown was born in Dorset and studied photography at Guildford School of Art, Surrey from 1946-50. She joined The Observer in January 1949 and her first published work for the paper was printed the same month. Her extensive photojournalism output includes series on gypsies, ‘Greenham Common Evictions’, and, in 2002, the Glastonbury Festival. Her sitters include Queen Elizabeth II, Jean Cocteau, Samuel Beckett, Woody Allen, John Betjeman, Jayne Mansfield and The Beatles. Exhibitions include ‘The Gentle Eye’, National Portrait Gallery, London (1980-1); ‘Rock: 1963-2003’, The Newsroom, London (2003), ‘Unknown Bown’, The Newsroom (2007).

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Lorraine Goddard / Out of Context Lily Cole, 2007 Lily listening to her iPod in Notting Hill C-Type print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, 16” x 12” Limited edition 25/25, printed 2011 Lorraine is a London-based photographer with an extensive background in PR in the fashion and music industries. Whilst pursuing a career in photography Lorraine founded Out Of Context, a not-forprofit social enterprise, in a mission to raise the awareness of children’s mental health issues and to promote universal support.


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Sasha (Alexander Stewart) courtesy of Getty Images Chorus Formation, 14th February 1933 The Albertina Rasch chorus girls who are appearing in 'Wild Violets’ at Drury Lane, London. Silver gelatin, fibre based print, 20” x 16” Limited edition 4/300, printed September 2011 Alexander Stewart (1892 – 1953) set up his portrait studio in 1924 and was soon in demand by London society and theatrical venues. His images of stage and ballet regularly graced the pages of magazines like The Sketch, The Tatler and the Illustrated London News. A technical pioneer as well as a gifted portrait photographer, Sasha invented a number of photographic apparatus during his career – including the Sashelite flashlight system. During the 1930s Sasha worked as a renowned publicity stills photographer to the British film industry, shooting stars such as Vivien Leigh, before retiring in 1940.

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Laura Hynd Untitled (Love Hold), 2011 From the series ‘The Letting Go’. C-Type print, 10” x 10” Limited edition 1/5, signed verso with signed certificate of authenticity, printed 2011 Laura Hynd is a Scottish photographer who moved to England at an early age. Laura studied Graphic Design and worked as a Creative Designer and Photo Editor before pursuing her love of making photographs in 2005. Hynd’s project ‘The Letting Go’ is a personal and confessional body of work, which has been featured in the British Journal of Photography, Firecracker and Uncertain States amongst others. It has recently been exhibited at Oblong Gallery, London. Hynd regularly photographs for editorial clients including Telegraph Magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, The Independent Magazine and The Independent Sunday Review, amongst others.

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Beate Sonnenberg Secret Garden, 2010 Investigating the beauty of nature through the abstract shapes created by light and shadows. C-Type print, on Kodak metallic, 16” x 20” Limited edition 9/25, signed verso, printed 2011 Beate Sonnenberg was born in Germany, and later moved to the UK to study at Bournemouth College of Art & Design. After five years working as a photographer in Mexico City, she then moved back to the UK, and now resides full time in London.

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Giacomo Brunelli Untitled, 2006 Peacock, Rome. From The Animals (Dewi Lewis Publishing, introduction by Alison Nordstrom, 2008) Silver gelatin print, 10” x 8” Limited edition 2/10, signed verso, printed 2011 Giacomo Brunelli’s series on animals has been exhibited widely, with shows at The Photographers’ Gallery, BlueSky Gallery, Portland, Griffin Museum, La Galerie Camera Obscura, Robert Morat Galerie, Photofusion, amongst many others. His work has won the Sony World Photography Award and the Magenta Foundation “Flash Forward 2009”. It has also been featured widely in the art and photography press including The Guardian, Eyemazing, B&W Magazine, Creative Review, Foto&Video, Images Magazine and Photographie. His work is included in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Portland Art Museum and The New Art Gallery in Walsall.


Veronica Bailey. Live Auction Lot Number 10


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Sarah Moon La Piscine, 1999 Silver gelatin, fibre based print, 7.9” x 11.8” Limited edition 9/10, signed verso, printed 2010 Sarah Moon’s fantastical photography is about texture, surface, seeing, believing, dreaming. After almost 30 years of image-making, she has become a legend in her own lifetime. Working extensively in photography and film, Sarah has been exhibiting worldwide since 1982. She has published over a dozen books and is also a celebrated filmmaker. Some of her distinctions and honours include the Clio Award, the Lion D’Or for two consecutive years, Grand Prix de la Photographie and the American Society of Media Photographer’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in Fashion Photography. PhotoVoice is honoured to have Sarah as a patron.

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Andreas H. Bitesnich India Delhi, 2007 #173, 2007 Published in the book, Andreas H. Bitesnich India by TeNeues Archival pigment print, 39” x 27.5” Limited edition 2/5, signed verso, printed 2011 Andreas H. Bitesnich is widely considered to be one of the greatest nude photographers of our era. Through his sumptuous, evocative and often controversial images, Vienna-born Bitesnich has changed the way in which we look at the human body. But his talents don’t stop there; he is also a master advertising, travel and portrait photographer (Stewart Bywater, Digital SLR Photography).

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Nicholas Hughes courtesy of The Photographers’ Gallery In Darkness Visible (Verse I) #3, 2006 C-Type handprint, 16” x 20” Limited edition 5/15, signed verso, printed 2011 Nicholas Hughes is a photographic artist whose work examines the space between the world that people inhabit and that which nature still claims as its own. In this intermediary space he seeks to explore the essence of the human spirit and its relationship with nature. His work has been widely exhibited, featured in numerous publications and is held in a variety of photographic collections worldwide.

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Lesley G. Aggar Sullen Sky 1, 2008 Sullen Sky 1 is part of an ongoing series of seascapes, which have been captured from the same location in Brighton, East Sussex during the past four years. Giclée archival pigment print, on Somerset 100% Cotton Rag, 15 3/8”x 22 3/4” Limited edition 1/10, signed recto, printed 2009 Lesley Aggar was born in London and traveled widely before enrolling at The Australian Centre for Photography in Sydney, where she studied Black and White Photography and Printing in 1989. Her work has been shown in exhibitions worldwide and is the culmination of a lifelong passion for photography, which has taken Lesley on assignments in Australia, Europe and the UK. As well as her renowned fine art seascapes, Lesley's work has been published in books, on CDs, book covers, posters and magazines. She works to commission and is represented by Trevillion internationally.


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Tim Hall Zebra Mountain, 2008 Archival pigment print, 29.5” x 29.5” Limited edition 3/12 + 2 AP, signed recto, framed by Graham Harrison Framing, printed 2011. Tim Hall, a British fine art photographer based in London, specializes in portraits, landscapes and seascapes. Tim‘s sensitive and often-spiritual depictions compels supporters and art enthusiasts to note, “As arresting as Tim Hall‘s photographs are to viewers today, it is safe to say that they will affect a future generation with even greater power”.

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Marc Schlossman Untitled, 2008 Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA Giclée print, 16.5” x 23.4” Signed recto, printed 2011 Marc Schlossman is from Chicago and has lived in London for over 20 years. He has contributed to many publications worldwide and works for various editorial and corporate clients and for nongovernmental agencies in the US and Europe. From a beginning in editorial assignments and photojournalism, Marc's personal and commissioned work involves documentary and landscape photography, photojournalism and video. He is a founding member of Inside Eye, a non-profit group of photographers developing participatory photography projects, and is a Trustee of PhotoVoice.

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Chrystel Lebas Blue Hour, Untitled 7, 2006 Chromogenic print, 8” x 19” Limited edition 4/10, signed verso with certificate of authenticity, printed 2010 Chrystel Lebas was born in France, and now lives and works in London. She received an MA from the Royal College of Art in 1997. Her works are mainly produced during the twilight hours, and drawn from her interest in looking at how landscapes contain psychological significance in relation to historical events, legends and childhood memories. Her photographs are held in several private and public collections and have been widely exhibited in museums such as: Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris; The Photographers’ Gallery, London; Victoria and Albert Museum, London. She has published two monographs: L’espace temps -Time in Space (2003) and Between Dog and Wolf (2006). 52

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Susannah Baker-Smith Seascape 2, 2009 Archival inkjet print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag, 30”x 20” Limited edition 2/5, signed recto, printed 2011 Susannah Baker-Smith was born in 1968 and currently lives in London. She studied at the International Center of Photography in New York and has since worked on commissions for magazines including Vogue and AnOther Magazine. She undertook freelance projects in Syria, Rwanda, Japan, USA and Sri Lanka, and edited a book on native American art and culture in 2011. Her work is part of private and corporate collections.


Andreas H. Bitesnich. Silent Auction Lot Number 47


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Stephen Gill Untitled, 2008-2009 From the series ‘Coming Up for Air’ C-Type hand print, 15” x 10” Limited edition 3/20, signed verso, printed 2011 Stephen Gill was born in Bristol in 1971. He founded his publishing imprint ‘Nobody’ in 2005 to exercise maximum control over the publication process of his books. Nobody won Outstanding Publishing House of the Year at PhotoEspana 2011, for the publications Coming Up for Air and B-side.

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Sophie Gerrard Bihari Village Home, India, 2010 From the series ‘Protectors of Sight’, about cataract blindness in India. Belongings hang on the wall of the village home of Banke Bihari Singh, a Protector of Sight for the AJEH eye hospital in rural Bihar, north India. This project was commissioned by The Savitri Waney Charitable Trust. C-Type print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, 12” x 12” Limited edition 1/10, signed verso, printed 2011 Sophie Gerrard is a Scottish photographer based in the UK and working for clients such as The Telegraph Magazine, The Independent on Sunday Review, Guardian Weekend Magazine and Greenpeace International. Sophie’s work has received a number of awards including a Jerwood Photography Award in 2007 for her series ‘E-wasteland’. Since then her work has been exhibited internationally and included in the Sir Elton John private collection. Sophie is represented by The Photographers’ Gallery in London.

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Jason Oddy Untitled, The United Nations, New York, USA, 2001 C-Type print, 12” x 16” Limited edition 1/10, signed verso, printed 2002 Jason Oddy is a London-based artist whose work focuses on the way architecture shapes our lives. Oddy has published and exhibited widely in both Europe and the US. His work is held in a number of significant private and public collections. He is also a visiting lecturer in fine art photography at various institutions including the University of the Creative Arts (UK), the School of Visual Arts (New York), Central St. Martins (UK) and the Domus Academy (Italy). He writes on photography for publications such as Aperture, Art Review, Modern Painters and The Independent.

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Sivaram V / Reuters A fisherman arranges a fishing net as his wife paddles their boat in the waters of the Periyar River on the outskirts of the southern Indian city of Kochi, January 5, 2011 Digital C-Type print, 12” x 16” Printed September 2011 Sivaram V was born in 1977 in Kochi City in the Southern Indian state of Kerala. He graduated from Mahatma Gandhi University. Sivaram became interested in photography at the age of 19 and joined The Week Magazine India in 2003. In 2007 he started contributing to Reuters with a focus on news, documentary and feature photography.


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Michael Ochs Archives / Getty Images Rooftop Beatles, 1964 Rock and roll band 'The Beatles' pose for a portrait, England. (L-R) George Harrison, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney. Digital C-Type print on matte-finish, Fuji Crystal Archive paper, 20” x 16” Printed 2011 Michael Ochs, brother of legendary folk artist, Phil Ochs, founded the MO Archives in the mid-1970s. The archive was collected from a range of sources, including celebrity photographers, artist estates, music labels, publishers, and even the garages of retired recording executives. Forty years later his immense archive includes many rare and exclusive images from jazz, rock and popular music as well as famed talent, like James Kriegsmann, The Cotton Club’s house photographer in the 1940s, Don Paulsen, who had backstage access at the Apollo Theatre in the late 1960s and Earl Leaf, who shot Marilyn Monroe throughout her career. 59

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Gemma Booth Antique Chic, 2010 Fashion Shoot at Ardingley Antiques Fair, West Sussex. Styling by Polly Banks. Inkjet print, 15” x 22.5” Limited edition 1/10, signed verso, printed 2011 Gemma Booth continues to develop her unique approach to shooting women and fashion through editorial and commercial commissions for a global client list. Playful, feminine, an irreverent antidote to the self-regarding earnestness of so much contemporary fashion photography, her images have featured in campaigns and pages for Chanel, Paul Smith, Aerie and i-D, to name a few. In addition to still photography, Gemma has been busy developing fashion film ideas, adding another dimension to her growing portfolio of work. Gemma is based out of London.

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Harry Borden Radiohead photograph themselves, 2007 C-Type print, 16 x 20” Limited edition 1/25, signed on verso, printed 2011 Harry Borden was born in New York, but grew up in Britain. His earliest commissions were for NME and The Observer. Throughout the nineties, Harry’s profile grew steadily as he became a regular contributor to all the leading international magazines. Awards followed, including prizes at the World Press Photos of 1997 and 1999. The last decade consolidated Harry’s position at the leading edge of contemporary portrait photography and in 2005 The National Portrait Gallery in London played host to his first solo exhibition Harry Borden on Business. He has over one hundred images in the permanent collection. He is currently involved in a project photographing Holocaust survivors, which has taken him to Australia, Israel & South America.

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Venetia Dearden Mercedes and Stuart, 2007 Mercedes and Stuart at home on a summer day in Somerset. The print comes with a signed edition of Venetia’s book Somerset Stories Fivepenny Dreams, which includes ‘Mercedes and Stuart’. C-Type print, 20” x 24” Limited edition 1/7, signed verso, printed 2010 Venetia Dearden grew up in Somerset, England, and has travelled extensively documenting people in their environments. Her work has been published and exhibited worldwide. In 2008, her first book Somerset Stories was published by Kehrer Verlag, followed shortly by her second book Glastonbury, Another Stage in 2010. Venetia has recently joined IV Network in New York and Paris, and a two year collaboration with Mulberry has just culminated in a book to celebrate their 40th Anniversary.


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Clare Struthers and Becky Matthews My Big Fat Ugandan Wedding, 2009 Uganda is a country ripped apart by 22 years of civil war, leaving 1.6 million people displaced. An event intended to inspire possibility took place in one refugee camp in Pader – the mass wedding of six couples. The dresses donated from the UK, continue to empower the brides with a dress hire shop and a sustainable income. Digital C-Type print, 10” x 16” Limited edition 2/5, signed verso, printed 2011 Clare Struthers is a photographer based in London, who also works for PhotoVoice. In 2009, she completed 'My Big Fat Ugandan Wedding' with photographer Becky Matthews. The work has been printed and exhibited worldwide including Marie Claire UK, The British Journal of Photography, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Photographers Gallery, Hereford Photography Festival, Open West, Look 11, the Foto8 Summer show 2011 and Hotshoe Gallery. 63

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Henrik Knudsen courtesy of artist and Burnham Niker Ltd Arrangement in Yellow and Grey, 2011 Part of a street photography series submitted to The Photographers’ Gallery’s ‘Street Photography Now’ project. Archival pigment print, 12” x 16” Unique print for PhotoVoice, signed verso, printed 2011 Henrik was born in Denmark and studied photography there before re-locating to London. He divides his time between commissioned work and editorial assignments for magazines in the UK and US. His awards and exhibitions include D&AD, Campaign, Communication Arts and the Schweppes Award at the National Portrait Gallery.

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Chloe Dewe Mathews / Panos Pictures Melted Snow Puddle, 2010 A Uighur market in Urumqi is dwarfed by large-scale Chinese developments. This Muslim minority are struggling to defend their culture and traditions, as China continues to dilute its population through government led Han migration. From the series ‘China’s Wild West’. Digital C-Type print, 20” x 16” Limited edition 1/20, signed verso, printed 2011 Chloe Dewe Mathews spent four years working in the film industry after graduating from Fine Art at Oxford University. Since dedicating herself to photography, her subject matter has been diverse, from Uzbek gravediggers on the Caspian coast, to Hasidic Jews on holiday in Wales. In 2010 she hitchhiked from China back to Britain, which became a recce for a lifetime’s work ahead. Her work is published widely and has been exhibited in London, Berlin, Buenos Aires and Toronto. 64

Ismail / World Vision / PhotoVoice Rag picking, 2010 This rag picker was playing and fell down and started laughing. C-Type print, 16” x 12” Printed 2011 Ismail was a participant in the Pakistan phase of PhotoVoice’s ‘See it Our Way’ project in partnership with World Vision, working with young people living in communities affected by child trafficking across Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Each group explored the risks and root causes faced by young people in their community, contributing to a campaign to show the complexity of the issue of child trafficking and to drive action to protect those at risk. The Pakistan group was made up of street-involved young people in the impoverished town of Rawalpindi, close to Islamabad, Pakistan.


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Irakly Shanidze / International Academy of Photographic Arts Lesley with Oranges, 2003 Giclée print, 14.6” x 11” Limited edition 1/1, printed 2011 Irakly Shanidze was born in 1968 in the USSR and is now living in the US. He has always been interested in visual arts, drawing and painting almost constantly up until he took his first photograph at the age of twelve. The experience was so rewarding that he abandoned pencils and watercolours and has been photographing ever since. Irakly currently works as an advertising and commercial photographer and teaches photography at the International Academy of Photographic Arts, the school he founded in 2004.

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Finbarr O’Reilly / Reuters Graffiti caricature of Muammar Gaddafi in Ajdabiyah, Libya, 2011 A fuel pump is defaced with a graffiti caricature of Muammar Gaddafi in the rebel-held town of Ajdabiyah March 31, 2011. Digital C-Type print, 12” x 16” Printed 2011 Finbarr O’Reilly was born in Wales in 1971, but lived in Ireland until moving to Canada at the age of nine. He started his journalism career as an Arts correspondent for Canada’s The Globe and Mail newspaper. He joined Reuters in October 2001 as a text stringer in Kinshasa, Congo before becoming the African Great Lakes correspondent. Finbarr turned towards photography in March 2005 and now works as Reuters’ chief photographer for West and Central Africa. Finbarr’s photographs and multimedia have received numerous industry awards, the first of which was the World Press Photo of the Year award in 2006.

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Goran Tomasevic / Reuters A protester stands in front of a burning barricade during a demonstration in Cairo, Egypt, 2011. Police and demonstrators fought running battles on the streets of Cairo following unprecedented protests by tens of thousands of Egyptians demanding an end to President Hosni Mubarak's three-decade rule. Digital C-Type print, 12” x 16” Printed September 2011 Goran Tomasevic was born in Belgrade and started working for Politika daily newspaper in Serbia in 1991. He then joined Reuters as a freelance photographer in 1996 during the political turmoil across the former Yugoslavia. Goran was Reuters’ Photographer of the Year in 2003 and 2005, and shot Reuters’ Picture of the Year in 2008. He won the China International Press Photo (CHIPP) for news in 2004 and NPPA Best of Photo Journalism first award in the Portrait and Personality category in 2005.

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Martin Pardatscher courtesy of Arno Pertl Adria Rimini #22, 2007 Winter scenery of the deserted beachside of Rimini, Italy C-Type print, 19.5” x 19.5” Limited edition 7+II AP (AP I/II), signed authenticity label, printed 2011 Martin Pardatscher was born, lives and works in Bolzano, Italy. He is a founding member of the FOTO-FORUM Bolzano and has had various exhibitions in Italy and abroad. His book catalogue features Nature Stills, Normal Things, and Adria – Out of Season, amongst others.


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Jiangsong (Jason) Lee / Reuters A schoolgirl participant, dressed as a Chinese Red Army soldier, walks through a red curtain during a revolutionary song singing competition to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC), in Chongqing municipality. June 30, 2011. China celebrated the anniversary on July 1, 2011. Digital C-Type print, 12” x 16” Printed 2011 Jiangsong (Jason) Lee was born in Sichuan, China in 1976. Jason studied Civil Engineering before taking up photography. He has freelanced for various publications and worked on the Shanghai Oriental Morning Post between 2003 and 2004. He has won numerous awards for his photography including Best of Photojournalism and Days Japan for his coverage of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake. He is currently based in Beijing for Reuters.

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Matt Daw Wings over Hastings, 2010 Gulls soar and wheel over children playing on the cliffs above Hastings C-Type print, 9” x 14” Limited edition 3/15, signed verso, printed 2011 Matt Daw’s career as a freelance photographer went on hold nearly seven years ago when he started working full time at PhotoVoice, where he is now Projects Manager. However, Matt still finds time for occasional personal projects and commissions.

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Paul Zak / Burnham Niker Ltd Red Lock, 2007 One of a series that formed an installation at the Richard Rodgers retrospective at the Pompidou Centre, Paris in 2007/8. C-Type print, 24” x 20” Unique print, signed, printed 2011 Paul Zak lives and works in London. After studying at The London College of Printing he assisted for a number of years before setting up on his own and establishing his Shoreditch studio. He has become renowned for finding interest in the often overlooked, and giving his images a stark and graphic treatment.

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Rodolph / World Vision / PhotoVoice Untitled, 2010 We hang toys like this on new constructions to keep bad luck away. What are our defences against the tornado-like effect of trafficking? C-Type print, 12” x 16” Printed 2011 Rodolf was a participant in PhotoVoice’s ‘See it Our Way’ project, in partnership with World Vision, working with young people living in communities affected by child trafficking across Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Each group explored the risks and root causes faced by young people in their community, contributing to a campaign to show the complexity of the issue of child trafficking and to drive action to protect those at risk. Rodolf assisted a PhotoVoice filmmaker in August 2011, contributing to a short film documenting PhotoVoice’s newest project in partnership with World Vision – ‘Eyes of Youth Albania’.


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Steve Bloom Elephant splashing, Savuti, Botswana, 2005 Photographed in Savuti, Botswana, this image is from a series of diverse and unique photographs of elephants which appeared in Steve Bloom’s best-selling photography monograph Elephant! (Thames & Hudson). Archival pigment print, 24” x 16” Limited edition 1/35, signed recto, printed 2010 Steve Bloom was born in South Africa and first used his camera to document life there during the apartheid years. In the early nineties, he began to photograph animals and built up a body of work that reveals their sentience and blurs the lines that separate different species. His work has an intimacy that highlights the common threads linking all living beings. He is a prolific author of numerous photography books which have been published internationally in more than seventy editions, and his Spirit of the Wild city centre outdoor exhibitions have been seen by several million people across Europe. 75

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Tim Ashley Swanbourne, 2010 Family of swans in flight, Swancombe Lake, Sussex Giclée on Hahnemuhle textured fine art paper, 14.2” x 21.3” Limited edition 4/25, signed verso, printed 2011 Tim Ashley is a fine art photographer who has exhibited and been published widely. His work concentrates on landscapes, and is increasingly exploring the boundaries of the abstract.

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Steve Macleod Whaligo steps, Caithness, 58.345652 - 3.161383, 2010 Archival giclée print, 20” x 16” Limited edition 3/7, signed recto, printed 2011 Steve Macleod is the creative Director of Metro Imaging, and also an established artist, curator and lecturer. He is a distinguished and internationally renowned printer and is on the Board of Directors of several charities and photography organisations.

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David Denny Karen Close, 2010 Giclée print, 16” x 20” Limited edition 1/10, signed verso, printed 2011 David Denny is an award-winning photographer with a distinctive photographic style. He was born in London, in 1973, and continues to reside there whilst his work takes him worldwide. His client list includes The Photographers’ Gallery, Amnesty International, The Telegraph Saturday Magazine, Sainsbury’s and Virgin Atlantic, amongst others. Most recently, his work was included in this year’s Foto8 Summershow at HOST gallery, London.


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Luca Desienna Dolomites Plate #1, September 2008 C-Type print, 20” x 24” Limited edition 7/10, signed authenticity label, printed 2011 Luca Desienna is an award-winning photographer based in London. He has received many awards and nominations and was a finalist at the 2008 Travel Photographer of The Year. He regularly works for the monthly magazine Intelligence in Life covering a variety of UK based commissions. His photography has appeared in magazines such as The British Journal of Photography, Vanity, Kult Magazine, Vanidad, Genis Aci, Eyemaking, No Name, a-n, XL, VICE and Time Out. Luca is currently working on his first book titled: My Dearest Javanese Concubine, planned to be published by a major publisher autumn 2012.

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Christine Donnier-Valentin Studio 1 Fine Art, Central Saint Martins, 2011 This photograph is part of a project ‘Spaces/Traces’, focusing on the last year of Central Saint Martins in Charing Cross Road, London, depicting the overlooked architectural spaces and details, revealing the time elapsed. C-Type print, handprinted on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, 9.8” x 9.8” Limited 1/25, signed verso, June 2011 Christine Donnier-Valentin is a French Photographer based in London. Most of her commercial work involves portraiture and reportage. Alongside her commissioned work, Christine has built up a body of personal projects related to spaces, either in an urban or landscape environment.

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Elizabeth Zeschin Laotian Peasant, January 2000 Laotian farmer. Photograph taken in a small village on the Mekong River near Luang Prabang, northern Laos. Silver Gelatin Lith Type print, 20” x 16” Limited edition 1/10, signed, printed 2000 Elizabeth Zeschin was born in Los Angeles and she studied theatre before embarking upon her photographic career in New York City. Her portraits have been included in the 2003 and 2005 Schweppes and the 2008 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at The National Portrait Gallery, London. She has received several Merit Awards in the AOP Awards in London and worked for a wide range of editorial clients both in the US and Europe including Condé Nast Traveller, Town and Country, Marie Claire, Good Housekeeping, Elle Decor, Vogue, Vanity Fair and Martha Stewart Living.

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Jason Larkin / Panos Pictures Watching Russian TV, 2009 A young Uzbek girl watches a Russian TV soap at her parents’ home. Giclée Fine Art print, 20” x 20” Limited edition 1/5, printed 2011 Jason Larkin decided to dedicate his time solely to photography upon completion of his Masters in photojournalism, following an early career producing video documentaries and multi-media work. He moved to Cairo where he forged a successful career working as a photographer, having his personal work published in many international periodicals. He now dedicates his time to developing larger bodies of work that engage and reflect on current affairs which play out more in the periphery, seeking another more comprehensive viewpoint of an often misunderstood and ignored reality.


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Simon Stock / Burnham Niker Ltd LA Freeways, 2007 Aerial view of freeways in Downtown LA. Giclée print, 20” x 24” Limited Edition 1/10, signed recto, printed 2011 Simon has ventured to some of the furthest corners of the world in search of striking imagery for prestigious clients worldwide, whilst his personal projects have included documenting the landscapes and people of Chile, Tibet, Mount Everest, the Arctic Circle & the Northern Territories of Australia.

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Bianca Tennant / PhotoVoice Path, 2011 We all take different paths but which way will we go? C-Type print, 12” x 16” Printed 2011 Bianca was a participant in PhotoVoice’s 2011 project ‘Lookout London’, in which young people in supported housing in Homerton and Walthamstow shared their perspectives on gangs and knife crime. This project seeks to remind those contemplating policy and action to reduce criminal behaviour that young people should be factored in as part of the solution, not simply considered to be the problem. Bianca’s work has also been exhibited in 2011 as part of the ‘Walk in My Shoes’ Photo trail in Southside Shopping Centre, Wandsworth, and at the Hereford Photography Festival.

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Mike Perry US Flag, BP refinery, California, 2002 This image was taken shortly before America invaded Iraq. It was published in contemporary art magazine NextLevel with text by Bianca Jagger, who was representing the anti war coalition. A week after publication the negative mysteriously went missing, never to be found. C-Type print on archival paper, 9.5” x 12” Limited edition 3/10, signed verso, printed 2010 Mike Perry is a British landscape photographer making mainly large scale colour works. He has had solo shows in the UK and Europe including ‘Beach’ and ‘Inland’ at The Photographers’ Gallery, London and his work is showcased regularly at Paris Photo and photoLondon. He won the Christies Photographic Competition 2009 and was a featured photographer in BBC Arts documentary, ‘Britain in Pictures’ in 2007, as well as part of group show ‘British Landscape Photography’, curated by The Photographers’ Gallery in 2009. 84

Gary Waite Rollercoaster, Blackpool, 2011 I heard the sound of the rollercoaster overhead, and raised my camera to capture it as it came into frame. It was like scoring a goal! C-Type print, 12” x 16” Printed 2011 Gary is a blind photographer living in South London. He was introduced to sensory photography techniques that allow him to capture his experiences using the other senses through PhotoVoice’s ‘Sights Unseen’ project in 2009, and in 2010 received a PhotoVoice bursary funded by the John Kobal New Work Award to undertake a personal project documenting the West Indian music scene in London. In February 2011 he was recruited by Nokia to demonstrate their new camera phone, and was featured in a national TV and billboard advertising campaign that brought his work into the public eye. The Blackpool shoot that this image is taken from was organised by Nokia, and a film shot on the day is viewable online.


Peter Lippmann. Live Auction Lot Number 32


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Contributing Agencies and Galleries

PhotoVoice is immensely grateful to all the photographers, agencies and galleries listed in the catalogue that have so generously donated to the auction. Burnham Niker Ltd represents a hand picked selection of talented and award winning photographers. Each photographer has a very individual visual perspective, working on advertising, editorial and music commissions as well as various personal projects and gallery collaborations. Between them, they have been responsible for some of the most recognisable and acclaimed work in the past 20 years. www.burnham-niker.com Eric Franck Fine Art was founded in 1982 and first operated as Galerie Eric Franck in Geneva until 1994. From 1990 to 2000, the Galerie Franck & Schulte was also established in Berlin. Since then, Eric Franck has been based in London, specialising in 20th century and contemporary photography and photographic literature. Since 2006 he has represented the Norman Parkinson Archive with Elizabeth Smith. www.ericfranck.com Foley Gallery brings together fine line and obsessive precision in the disciplines of drawing, cut paper, painting and photography. Located in New York. www.foleygallery.com The Glassworks is a multidisciplinary art agency founded in 1990. The studios are the centre of production for an atelier of photographers and artists. www.theglassworks.co.uk HackelBury Fine Art exhibits fine 20th and 21st century photography - a carefully selected stable of artists, founded on the shared expertise, passion, and experience of Sascha Hackel & Marcus Bury, dealers & curators of fine art photography since 1990. Their gallery was opened in 1998 and continues to develop and thrive in London's growing market for photography. With over thirteen years of experience in the photography market, Kate Stevens joined the gallery as Director in 2003. HackelBury is an active member of AIPAD (The Association of International Photography Art Dealers). www.hackelbury.co.uk

The Herb Ritts Foundation continues in Herb's longstanding support of the causes dear to him by funding organizations that provide assistance and care for those affected by HIV and AIDS. As well, the Foundation promotes Herb's great passion for photography through offering assistance to institutions with educational programs that advance the art of photography. www.herbritts.com Hulton Archive is a division of Getty Images, based in West London, and home to over 80 million images arguably the largest commercial collection of photography worldwide. With imagery spanning the very birth of photography to the present day, Hulton Archive is a cultural treasure trove containing or representing many prestigious names and collections from the world of photography including Ernst Haas, Terry O’Neill, Time and Life Pictures, Picture Post, Arnold Newman, Terence Donovan, George Eastman House and Weegee. www.gettyimages.co.uk John Kobal Foundation is a charitable organisation that supports the work of emerging photographers through grants as well as promoting public awareness of photography in general. www.johnkobal.org Magnum Photos is a photographic co-operative of great diversity and distinction, owned by its photographermembers. With powerful individual vision, Magnum photographers chronicle the world and interpret its peoples, events, issues and personalities. Through its four editorial offices in New York, London, Paris and Tokyo, and a network of 15 sub-agents, Magnum Photos provides photographs to the press, publishers, advertising, television, galleries and museums across the world. www.magnumphotos.com The Michael Hoppen Gallery is wholly devoted to the photographic image as art. The gallery opened in Chelsea in 1993 and has become a formidable presence in the international photography community. The Michael Hoppen Gallery's main goal is to encourage the love, appreciation, and collecting of the photograph. www.michaelhoppengallery.com


NB Pictures is a small agency for photographers, working in areas of journalism, art and commerce. www.nbpictures.com Panos Pictures is a photo agency specialising in global social issues, driven by the vision and commitment of its photographers and staff. Panos is known internationally for its fresh and intelligent approach and respected for its integrity and willingness to pursue stories beyond the contemporary media agenda. www.panos.co.uk The Philip Jones Griffiths Foundation was created by Philip Jones Griffiths to further the education of the public in the art and science of photography. Purdy Hicks first opened the gallery in 1992 in Jacob Street Studios in south east London. It moved in 1995 to its present site, a 3000 sq ft former Victorian warehouse, close to Tate Modern. The gallery is committed to exhibiting the best of contemporary international art by established and emerging artists. Eight to ten individual exhibitions are held annually in the main gallery and the work on show ranges extensively between Fine Art and Photography. www.purdyhicks.com Reuters is the world's largest multimedia news provider, helping more than 1 billion people see their world more clearly every day. With 2900 full-time journalists, photographers and cameramen working in 200 bureaus, Reuters provides unbiased news via the world's media organisations as well as directly through reuters.com and other digital platforms. Reuters has a reputation, built over more than 150 years, of covering news with independence, integrity and freedom from bias. We were first with the news of Abraham Lincoln and Mahatma Gandhi assassinations, covered the rise and fall of the Berlin Wall, broke the news when Iraq invaded Kuwait, told the world about Saddam Hussein’s capture and have shared all the triumphs of every modern Olympics since1896. www.reuters.com

The Photographers' Gallery is the largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography. From the latest emerging talent, to historical archives and established artists we are the place to see photography in all its forms. Our building on Ramillies Street will re-open to the public in early 2012. The Scott Trust Foundation promotes the commitment of the Scott Trust to retain 'a sense of duty towards the reader and the community'. The Foundation, a registered charity (number 1027893), looks after the preservation of archive material relating to the histories of the Guardian and Observer, runs a continuous programme of education activities and exhibitions at Kings Place (the home of the Guardian and Observer) designed to promote Scott Trust values in the broadest sense. The Foundation also supports the activities of the Guardian Foundation and distributes bursaries and grants via the Scott Trust Charitable Fund. www.gmgplc.co.uk/the-scott-trust


Simon Roberts. Live Auction Lot Number 6


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Index of Photographers

Listed alphabetically with lot number. F

A

Flach, Tim

9

Aggar, Lesley G.

48

Allen, Thomas

11

Apger, Virgil

37

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Arnold, Eve

8

Gerrard, Sophie

55

Asano, Kiitchi

26

Gill, Stephen

53

Ashley, Tim

75

Glenister, Russell

19

Goddard, Lorraine

40

Griffin, Brian

13

B Bailey, Veronica

10

Griffiths, Philip Jones

3

Baker-Smith, Susannah

52

Gutierrez, Carlos

20

Bitesnich, Andreas H.

47

Bloom, Steve

73

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Bohm, Dorothy

30

Hall, Tim

49

Booth, Gemma

59

Hughes, Nicholas

46

Borden, Harry

58

Hurn, David

4

Bown, Jane

38

Hunter, Tom

16

Breckheimer, Gary

39

Hynd, Laura

43

Brunelli, Giacomo

44 I Ismail

C Cagnoni, Romano

22

Chancellor, David

14

64

J Jenkins, Allan

12

D Danziger, Nick

23

K

Daw, Matt

71

Kenna, Michael

31

Dearden, Venetia

60

Knudsen, Henrik

63

Denny, David

76

Desienna, Luca

77

Dewe Mathews, Chloe

62

Donnier-Valentin, Christine

79


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L Larkin, Jason

80

Redfern, David

15

Lebas, Crystel

50

Riboud, Marc

1

Lee, Jiangsong (Jason)

69

Ritts, Herb

5

Lippmann, Peter

32

Roberts, Simon

6

Luxemburg, Rut Blees

34

Rodolph

72

Lyon, Marcus

18 S

M

Sasha

41

Macleod, Steve

74

Schlossman, Marc

51

Marlow, Peter

17

Shanidze, Irakly

65

Matthews, Becky

61

Sonnenberg, Beate

42

McConnell, Andrew

33

Soth, Alec

29

McGee, Tony

21

Steele-Perkins, Chris

27

Mead, Scott

25

Stock, Simon

81

Moon Sarah

2 & 45

Struthers, Clare

61

Swannell, John

7

N Naumann, Fredrik

36

O

T Tennant, Bianca

83

Tomasevic, Goran

66

Ochs, Michael

57

Traeger, Tessa

24

Oddy, Jason

54

Trayler-Smith, Abbie

35

O’Reilly, Finbarr

67 V V, Sivaram

P Pardatscher, Martin

68

Parrish, Fred

28

W

Perry, Mike

82

Waite, Gary

56

84

Z Zak, Paul

70

Zeschin, Elizabeth

78


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Acknowledgements

PhotoVoice would like to extend its sincere thanks to the following people whose immense efforts over the past few months have helped make tonight possible:

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The John Booth Charitable Foundation Our thanks also to An anonymous trust for its generous support Jassim Ahmad and Shannon Ghannam and all of the team at Reuters Philippe Garner Annabel Clements Adrian Nunn and Tamsin Arrowsmith at thebigwindow PhotoVoice Ambassadors, staff and interns, especially Jeni Hallam, Laurence Harding and Clare Struthers And all the volunteers who have so generously given their time and talents to run the Auction preview and night.

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