PhotoVoice Auction 2012 10th Annual Auction of Exceptional Photographs
ÂŠ John Chillingworth / Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images. Live Auction Lot 1.
ÂŠ Dorothy Bohm Archive. Live Auction Lot 5.
PhotoVoice Auction 2012 10th Annual Auction of Exceptional Photographs
Tuesday 20th November 6.30-10.00pm Live Auction starts at 7.30pm Hosted by LBi Atlantis Building Truman Brewery 146 Brick Lane London E1 6RU Auctioneer Sebastien Montabonel Curated by Liz Harrington and Sue Steward
Preview of selected prints Thursday 1st â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Tuesday 20th November Open to the public Monday to Friday 9am-6pm Silent auction opens Friday 16th November 2012 See www.photovoice.org/auction For further information please contact PhotoVoice t: +44 (0)20 7033 3878 e: firstname.lastname@example.org w: www.photovoice.org/auction
ÂŠ Marcus Lyon. Live Auction Lot 16.
Foreword Projects PhotoVoice
It gives me the greatest pleasure and honour to lend my support to this auction and to the work of PhotoVoice. The charity’s projects here in the United Kingdom and around the world have proven invaluable for years now to communities, groups and individuals. The ways in which their vision has been realised and their voices heard are consistently imaginative and engaging. To read through the range of projects in this catalogue and on their website is to be inspired both by how PhotoVoice has empowered people whose lives are full of challenges which, before PhotoVoice became involved, were all too invisible to the rest of us, and by how powerful and meaningful self-expression through photography can be. Also inspiring, of course, are the magnificent donations of photographs to this auction. There is work here from emerging new talents as well as well-known names, and from every genre of photography – you will undoubtedly find something here to excite and stimulate you. This is your chance to contribute to a charity whose projects really need your support. PhotoVoice’s work is important and its reach around the world can only be extended with your help – I hope you enjoy the evening and urge you to be generous with your bids, knowing that your contribution will truly count. Sebastien Montabonel European Senior Specialist, Photographs, Phillips de Pury & Company, London
PhotoVoice is an award-winning 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.
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.
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.
Top to bottom: © Saffron Milly 2012 / NWG / PhotoVoice | There was a Time | “But now more than ever I felt alone, I was confused, I became more and more rebellious and aggressive, I told no one. But truth fail to die, and beyond where we see I’d tried my best. But i’d never be me” | Having Our Say Too, UK
© Mike Askia 2012 / Catch22 / PhotoVoice | Taken at right time | Lookout UK © Akash Ahmed 2012 / Catch22 / PhotoVoice | Lookout UK © Gjergi Kullolli 2012 / World Vision / PhotoVoice | Asgje nuk mund te harrohet | People should be able to bloom, like a flower | Able Voices, Albania
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Here is a selection of some our most recent projects from the last year. We would like to give a special thanks to all of our project partners, funders, facilitators and volunteers. Lookout UK PhotoVoice has expanded Lookout London to become Lookout UK. The programme encourages and supports young people across the UK to speak out about issues that affect them and other young people in their community. Issues such as gangs, knife crime, youth opportunities and peer pressure are often discussed in political circles and the media, over the heads of those most affected, and those who hold the key to improving the situation – young people themselves. Through photographs, music and text the Lookout project amplifies the voices of young people in the public, political and media arenas. As our campaign grows, more young people will see that there is a way to speak out and be heard, and to play a constructive role in tackling issues and negative perceptions.
Having Our Say Too, UK PhotoVoice has partnered with the National Working Group for Sexually Exploited Children and Young People to run photography and digital storytelling workshops with young people who have experienced or are at risk of sexual exploitation. These workshops enable participants to represent their thoughts, responses and experiences through photography, text and music, creating their own digital stories. A selection of project images have been exhibited as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe photography festival 2012. Able Voices Albania In July 2012, PhotoVoice, in partnership with World Vision Albania, ran a two-week photography course with two groups of disabled young people from disadvantaged communities in Albania, enabling and supporting them to use photography as a way of exploring their experiences and aspirations and speaking out about the barriers they face to inclusion. After the workshops the young people were more confident in challenging other people’s expectations of their capabilities and in voicing their concerns and needs for greater inclusion.
Coming up… Shutter Release PhotoVoice has established a partnership with HM Prison Leeds to work with prisoners using participatory photography as a tool of communication and self-exploration, in order to engage them in positive planning and discussion around their release and successful rehabilitation into society.
ÂŠ Tessa Traeger. Silent Auction Lot 22.
The 85 prints in the auction are divided into a live auction of 20 lots and a silent auction of 65 lots. If you would like to bid you will need to register first. Registering to bid There are three ways in which you can register: 1. Go to www.photovoice.org/auction and follow the instructions under ‘Register to bid’, or 2. Text PHOTO to 88850 and follow the instructions you receive, or 3. Register on the night – however, we would like to encourage you to pre-register to save you time on the night Live Auction (Lots 1-20) All guests attending the live auction will be able to bid – please note that we will not be issuing paddles this year. Absentee bids and telephone bidding can be arranged should you be unable to attend the Auction. Please call us on +44 (0)20 7033 3878 or email email@example.com. Silent Auction (Lots 21-85) The silent auction will open at 9am on Friday 16th November, closing at 9pm on Tuesday 20th November 2012. Bidding for the silent auction will be via text, smartphone or via a representative with an iPad on the night. If you pre-register for the silent auction we will send you a text to let you know when you can start bidding.
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 available for sale and so, in some cases, it is difficult to accurately predict their eventual prices.
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, plus the framing charge, if your bid is successful.
Each lot has been marked to indicate its approximate value as shown in the key.
Prints are sold as seen on the evening of the Auction and cannot be refunded or returned.
Key • £150 - £400 •• £401 - £800 ••• £801 - £1,200 •••• £1,201 - £2,500 ••••• £2,501 - £4,000 •••••• over £4,001
Our returns policy does not affect your statutory rights.
Please note that all prints carry a reserve price. Framing charge A charge of either £50 or £80 will be added to each lot to cover the framing and packaging costs incurred by PhotoVoice. The price charged will depend on the size of the frame. Full details of the pricing structure can be found at www.photovoice.org/auction and will be available on the night.
All winning bidders will be notified by Thursday 22nd November 2012.
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. If you are unable to collect your print on the night or from the PhotoVoice office following the auction a charge for delivery of the print may be incurred. Payment should be made in full, in pounds sterling, and can be made on the night of the auction in the Payment Room, or by contacting PhotoVoice after the event. Standard network charges apply. You will not be charged for texts you receive from us. PhotoVoice reserves the right to change published auction start and finish times if deemed necessary.
ÂŠ Nadav Kander. Live Auction Lot 15.
Our Auctioneer Sebastien Montabonel joined Phillips de Pury in January 2009 as European Senior Specialist in Contemporary Photography. Prior to this, he worked as an adviser on some of the largest corporate and private collections and has won numerous awards in the creative world. He is the founder and Editor in Chief of Alaska Editions, specializing in the high-end publishing of contemporary art. In partnership with the Saatchi Gallery he initiated the Private Collector project, bringing some of the most important private art collections to the public. In 2010 he orchestrated the first public exhibition for the Franks-Suss Collection and secured the Juan Yarur Contemporary Art Collection in partnership with the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Relations. In 2013, he will be part of a unique collaboration with the Contemporary Art Society, the Harris Museum and the city of Preston exploring the importance of private collecting. Sebastien was the adviser for the acquisition of the Jacobson/ Hashimoto Collection by Tate Modern and is also Nominator for the Prix Pictet and The Hasselblad Foundation Award.
Live Auction 20th November 2012 Lots 1- 20
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John Chillingworth courtesy of Getty Images | Diana Dors, 19 May 1956 | Blonde Bombshell Diana Dors at Cannes International Film Festival | Silver gelatin, fibre based print, 16” x 20” | Limited edition 2/300, Archive Blind Stamp, printed October 2012
kennardphillips | Photo Op, photomontage made in 2005 | Originally printed on newsprint as a protest poster for the G8 protests in 2005, and in 2010 it hung as part of the exhibition Rude Brittania at Tate Britain | Giclée print, 19” x 19” | Limited edition 361/750, signed CAT Peter Kennard, printed 2007
Jane Bown courtesy of artist and The Observer | Torrey Canyon, 1967 | Torrey Canyon disaster, Cornwall, taken with Rolleiflex and published in Unknown Bown (2007) | Archival digital on fibre-based Baryta paper, 15” x 15” | Signed verso
Chris Steele-Perkins | Magnum | Queue in Asakusa, Tokyo, 2009 | Inkjet print, 20” x 24” (image size 19.5” x 13”) | Artist Proof 1, signed verso, printed 2012
Dorothy Bohm courtesy of Dorothy Bohm Archive | Approach to the Castle, Lisbon, 1963 | Silver gelatin print, 12” x 16” | Limited edition 6/10, signed recto, printed 2011
Simon Roberts | Sandown Pier, Isle of Wight, 2012 | From the series Pierdom | Fuji Crystal Archive paper, matt, 20” x 24” | Limited edition 1/7, signed verso, printed August 2012
Elaine Duigenan courtesy of artist and Klompching Gallery | Mollusca Insatiabilis, 2009 | From the series Micro Mundi. Small etchings, made by snails on a derelict building look like entire swathes of earth in a satellite image. | Archival pigment print, 24” x 20” (14” diameter) | Limited edition 2/5, signed verso, printed 2009
John Swannell | Martindale, Cumbria 1999 | Giclée print, 16.5” x 23.5” | Artist Proof, signed recto, printed 2012
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Joseph Szabo courtesy of Michael Hoppen Gallery | Bubblegum Girl, 1985 | Silver gelatin print, 16” x 20” | Limited edition 3/25, signed recto (ink) and verso (pencil)
Philip Jones Griffiths courtesy of Philip Jones Griffiths Foundation | GB. WALES, 1961 | This young boy epitomizes Welsh ambivalent love for both rugby and music. This place, Pant-y-Wean, was once voted the most Beautiful Village in South Wales. | Silver gelatin print, 24” x 20” | Foundation stamp, printed 2012
Ian Berry | Magnum | Juke Box Johannesburg, 1961 | Illegal multi-racial café | Fibre based print, 15” x 12” | Signed, printed September 2012
Marc Riboud | Accra, Ghana, 1960 | Silver gelatin print, 11.8” x 15.7” | Signed verso in pencil, stamped, printed 1990
© Tony McGee . Live Auction Lot 18. © Victor Blackman / Hulton Archive / Getty Images. Silent Auction Lot 34.
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Veronica Bailey | Ace of Diamonds Love Token, 2005 | From the series Postscript | Durst Lambda print on Fuji Crystal Archival paper, 28.5” x 12.5” | Limited edition 4/12, signature label verso, printed 2012 | Framing courtesy of John Jones
Nadav Kander | Embrace, 1999 | C-Type print, 30 5/16” x 39 3/4” | Limited edition 4/9, signature label, printed 2012
Tim Flach | Djala, 2012 | Djala is 29 years old, a western lowland gorilla who has fathered 20 offspring with six different females over 12 years, all in the safety of the Aspinall Foundation’s Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, England. | C-Type print, 23 3/4” x 24” | Limited edition 2/10, signed recto & verso, printed 2012
Marcus Lyon courtesy of The Glassworks | Trabants I–XII, 2012 | C-Type print, 42.5” x 45” | Limited edition 2/7, signed label of authenticity, printed 2012 | Framing courtesy of Spectrum Photographic | See page 4 for the full image (Trabants I-XII) to be auctioned
Sarah Moon | Night falls at five, 2000 | Photo belongs to the Circus series. | Silver gelatin toned print, 11 3/4” x 15 3/4” | Limited edition 1/20, signed recto, printed 2005
Herb Ritts | Tony and Brian in Sand, Paradise Cove 1986 | Silver gelatin print, 20” x 16” (image size 18 1/2” x 15 1/4” ) | Limited edition 3/25, plus 3 APs, Foundation stamped, printed 1988
Tony McGee | “Some-one to watch over me”, September 2012 | This photo is taken from an ongoing series of photographs taken by moonlight only | Archival print, 20” x 26” | Limited edition 1/7, signed recto, printed September 2012
Michael Kenna | Greenhouse Structure, Study no.2, Biei, Kokkaido, Japan, 2004 | Silver gelatin, sepia toned print, 7” x 7” | Limited edition 14/45, signed recto and verso, printed 2005
ÂŠ Victor Blackman / Hulton Archive / Getty Images. Silent Auction Lot 34.
How to bid You can start bidding in the Silent Auction from 9am Friday 16th November. To bid you will need to register first, in one of the following ways: 1. Text PHOTO to 88850, and follow the instructions you receive 2. Go to www.photovoice.org/auction and follow the instructions to register Once your registration has been confirmed, we will let you know when you can start bidding. If you bid by text, text the Lot number and amount you wish to bid to 88850. For example, 70 500 is a bid for Lot 70 for ÂŁ500. (Standard network charges apply. You will not be charged for any texts you receive from us.)
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Milton Brown courtesy of John Kobal Foundation | Lillian Gish - ‘The Wind’, 1927 | Scene still of Lillian Gish in ‘The Wind’ MGM | Silver gelatin print, 30” x 40” | Signed recto, printed August 2012
Clare Strand | Photism 1.1, 2004 | Silver gelatin, fibre based print, 16” x 12” | Artist Proof, signed, printed 2005
Tessa Traeger courtesy of Purdy Hicks Gallery | Stormforced trees No 8, 1996 | Constant exposure to salt-laden gusts has sculpted these trees into portraits of the wind itself, becoming expressive of the Atlantic gales that formed them | Piezo pigment print, 16.5” x 23.4” | Limited edition 1/8, signed verso, printed October 2012
Kim Kyung-Hoon | Reuters | Untitled, 29 February 2012 | A pedestrian walks on a snow-covered street in Tokyo, Japan. | Digital C-Type print, 12” x 16” | Printed September 2012
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Thomas Allen courtesy of artist and Foley Gallery | Drawstring, 2012 | Allen enlists mid 20th-century books on the natural phenomenon of science and establishes a magical world in which a mother sews her own version of “string theory” | C-Type print, 15” x 12” | Limited edition 1/10, signed verso, printed 2012
Chloe Dewe Mathews | Beket-Ata, 2010 | Two sisters run down to the underground mosque at Beket-Ata, Kazakhstan | C-Type print, 32” x 40” | Perspex reverse mounted (Durospec) | Signed verso, printed 2011
Allan Jenkins courtesy of HackelBury Fine Art | Jumping Boy, Cuba 1999 | The image, part of a series documenting Cuba since 1995, is the cover of Jenkins’ new book The Unseen Cuba | Archival pigment print, on Hahnemühle paper print, 24” x 20” | Limited edition 5/10, signed verso, printed September 2012
Laura Hynd | Untiltled (mum/sex), 2010 | From the series The Letting Go | C-Type print, 6.5” x 6.5” | Limited edition 1/5, signed and stamped certificate of authenticity, printed May 2012 | Hand framed by artist
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Romano Cagnoni | Biafra, 1968 | Archival pigment print, 16” x 23” | Signed, printed 2011
Nick Danziger courtesy of NB Pictures | Angola, 2003 | Fibre based silver print, 12” x 16” | Unique print, signed recto, printed 2004
Jillian Edelstein | Porcupine Quill Headdress, 2008 | Beautiful porcupine headdress worn by Sangoma (traditional healer) in Badimong Valley - Maluti Mountains on Lesotho - South Africa border | Archival pigment print, 16” x 20” | Limited edition 1/12, signed recto, printed 2011
Maurice Broomfield courtesy of Foto8 | Old People’s Home, SOS Society 1955 | Ilford digital, silver gelatin fibre based, 16” x 20” | Limited edition artist proof, Maurice Broomfield personal embossed stamp in margin and Foto8 ink stamp verso, printed 2008
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Bob Krist | Easter Island, 2008 | Ahu Akivi Moai in Easter Island (aka Rapa Nui) Chile | Giclée print, 17” x 22” (image size 14” x 21 2/8”) | Signed Recto.
John Claridge | Akehurst Creative Management | In Silvertown, 1964 | Giclée print, 19” x 13” (image 15 1/2” x 10 5/8”) | AP from a limited edition of 20, plus 2 AP’s, signed recto, printed October 2012
Victor Blackman (Express Newspaper) courtesy of Getty Images | First Class Travel, 25 August 1957 | Paul McCartney and Mick Jagger on a train at Euston Station, waiting for departure to Bangor | Silver gelatin, fibre based print, 16” x 20” | Limited edition 74/300, Hulton Archive Blind Stamp, printed October 2012
John Claridge | Akehurst Creative Management | After the Rain, E.16, 1982 | “That beautiful smell after everything’s had a good wash.” | Giclée print, 13” x 19” (image 10 5/8” x 15 1/2”) | AP from a limited edition of 20, plus 2 AP’s, signed recto, printed October 2012
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Keyarn Nelson | PhotoVoice | Keiran, August 2012 | I am not a shadow, I am a human being. | C-Type print, 16” x 12” | Limited edition 1/20, printed October 2012
Sara C.F. de Gouveia | Dalian Acrobatics School, Liaoning Province, China, 2007 | A young acrobat at the Dalian Acrobatics School. From the China Acrobats series. | C-Type print, 12” x 16” | Certificate of authenticity, printed October 2012
Paul Zak | Typewriter cutaway, 2007 | Part of an installation at the 2007 Richard Rodgers retrospective at the Pompidou Centre. The images of everyday objects, some current, some obsolete, were sliced in half to reveal their inner workings | C-Type print, 20” x 24” | Unique print, signed, printed September 2012
Jenny Van Sommers | Wyatt-Clarke & Jones | Realities, 24 April 2012 | Epson archival print, 16.5” x 11.7” | Signed, printed October 2012
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Henrik Knudsen | Blade Runner, 2006 | The image is from a series of photographs depicting famous film locations as they are today. This location is the Bradbury Building in Los Angeles, which was featured prominently in the film. | Archival pigment print, 12” x 16” (image size 9.3” x 14”) | Signed verso, printed 2012
Jason Hindley | Wyatt-Clarke & Jones | Untitled, 2007 | The image quietly observes the daily humdrum of Japan to reflect what could be described as unnoticeable fragments of everyday life | Giclée print on Canson Baryta paper, 16” x 20” | Limited edition 1/10, signed recto, printed May 2011
Damir Sagolj | Reuters | Untitled, 5 October 2011 | A picture of North Korea’s founder Kim Il-sung decorates a building in the capital Pyongyang. | Digital C-Type print, 12” x 16 | Printed September 2012 | This image won a World Press Photo Award 2012
Olivia Beasley | Display 21, 2007 | These images are both abstract and concrete in character: abstract as they have no meaning without the exchange of goods, and concrete as they are localized, physical spaces | Giclée print, 14” x 18” | Signed verso, printed August 2012
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Bob Sacha | Untitled, 1996 | The Yangtze, the longest river in China and the third longest in the world, is China’s transportation and commerce artery | Archival giclée print, 13” x 10” | Limited edition 1/15, signed verso, printed 2004
Steve Macleod | Between the Aeld, 2011 | Archival C-Type print, mounted on aluminium, 10.4” x 40” | Limited edition 3/7, signed verso, printed September 2012
Chrystel Lebas | Presence-Untitled 29-Risnjak-Kupa-2010 | Forests are considered as a transitional space where the protagonist must enter to finally emerge in a modified state | C-Type print from colour negative, 16” x 20” (image size 8” x 19”) | Limited edition 2/8, signed verso with certificate of authenticity, printed 2012
Lesley Aggar | Blue Horizon 2, 2008 | Archival pigment print, on Somerset 100% Cotton Rag, 20.50” x 28.5” | Limited edition 1/10, signed recto, printed 2009
© Tim Ashley. Silent Auction Lot 55.
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Jill Cole | Bird #1, 2007 | Created on British military land the image shows a bird captured for conservation research within an army garrison nature reserve | Digital C-Type print, 20” x 24” | Limited edition 4/15, signed verso, printed 2012
Matt Daw | Cobwebs, New Zealand 2012 | Cobwebs in the forest in Orewa Scenic Reserve, New Zealand | Aluminium mounted C-Type print, 15 3/4” x 23 5/8” | Limited edition 1/10, signed verso, printed October 2012
David Chancellor | INSTITUTE | Black Rhino, Kenya, July 2012 | C-Type hand print, 30” x 30” (image 24” x 24”) | Limited edition 1/5. Signed recto, photographer’s emboss and certificate of authenticty, printed July 2012
Altin Dulja | PhotoVoice | July 2012 | I wish I could be floating free | C-Type print, 7.5” x 10” | Printed October 2012
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Susannah Baker-Smith | Peony, 2011 | Archival pigment print, on Hahnemühle paper, 30” x 24” | Limited edition 1/5, signed verso, printed May 2012
Tim Ashley | No Other Blue, November 2011 | Morpho Aurora | Giclée print on Hahnemühle German Etching, 24” x 24” | Limited edition 1/10, signed verso, printed September 2012
Elizabeth Zeschin | Angelfish 1, 2008 | Part of a studio series on exotic fish | Giclée archival print, 19” x 21” | Limited edition 5/50, signed, printed 2012
Victoria Kovalenko | Lucid Love, December 2010 | Lucid Love captures jellyfish dancing in the black underwater | Printed on Hahnemühle Pearl, 11” x 35” | Limited edition 1/4, signed verso, printed July 2012
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Mike Perry | The Glove, 2012 | From the series Môr Plastig. Môr Plastig is welsh for Plastic Sea and is a photographic study of plastic objects washed up on the west coast of Wales. | Digital print on Hahnemühle Photorag paper, 24 1/2” x 21” | Limited edition 3/6, signed verso, printed 2012
Jason Oddy | Mishkor Sanatorium, Mishkor, nr. Yalta, Ukraine, 1999 | C-Type print, 12” x 16” | Limited edition 5/10, signed verso, printed 1999
Alisha Watts | PhotoVoice | Comfort, August 2012 | It seemed like fun at first, but he just played her like a game. She needs someone to talk about it. She can’t bottle it up anymore. | C-Type print, 12” x 16” | Printed October 2012
Christine Donnier Valentin | Window 2, Ave Maria, 25 November 2011 | Part of the project Ave Maria taken after the loss of a friend, the building acting as a memorial, as a conduit of emotions | Giclée print on Photorag archival matt paper, 13.6” x 13.6” | Limited edition 1/10, signed verso, printed 26 January 2012
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Scott Mead | Beyond, 2009 | Digital C-Type print, 25” x 22” in original frame | Limited edition 5/10, signed verso on frame, printed 2010
David Redfern | Bob Dylan, 1969 | Bob Dylan Isle of Wight Festival 1969 | Ilfrachrome print, 20” x 16” | Limited edition 5/50, signed, printed 2011
Sarah McIntyre | PhotoVoice | Alone, September 2012 | “Just a lonely wee tree, all on its own. It’s a bit sad, just sat there.” | Archival giclée print on fine art paper, 17.5” x 22” including border (image 15” x 20”) | Printed October 2012
Lucas Jackson | Reuters | Untitled, 15 July 2012 | Paratroopers from Chosen Company of the 3rd Battalion (Airborne), 509th Infantry board a waiting CH-47 Chinook helicopter at Combat Outpost Herrera in Afghanistan’s Paktiya Province. | Digital C-Type print, 12” x 16” | Printed September 2012
ÂŠ John Vizcaino / Reuters. Silent Auction Lot 74.
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Gary Breckheimer | Snow Art , 2010 | Taken in front of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City on a cold snowy Tuesday in January | Archival pigment print, 20” x 16” | Limited edition 3/25, signed recto, printed 2012
Lorraine Goddard | Anglomania, May 2006 | Anglomania Punk Rock @ The Met NYC | C-Type print, 8” x 10” | Limited edition 1/10, signed, printed October 2012
Bettina Von Zwehl | Rain, No 9, 2003 | C-Type print, 8.7” x 11” | Limited edition 3/10, signed verso, printed 2003
Helen Cammock | Plantation, April 2008 | From the series Legacy, 2008. The Legacy series explores the inherent relationship between colonialism and contemporary post colonial language, perception and lived realities. | C-Type print, 12” x 12” | Limited edition 1/10, signed, printed 2012
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Giacomo Brunelli | Untitiled (Horse valley), 2009 | From The Animals series | Silver gelatin, fibre based print, 10” x 8” | Limited edition 3/10, signed verso, printed 2012
Adam Hinton | Wyatt-Clarke & Jones | Young Shepherd. Himba Village, Namibia,1995 | Fibre based print, 16” x 20” | Limited edition 1/15, signed verso, printed October 2012
Steve Bloom | Zebras in the rain, Kenya, 1998 | A bedraggled group of zebras wait patiently in a heavy downpour in Kenya’s Masai Mara reserve. The long-awaited rain will rejuvenate the dry savannah and bring new life. | Archival pigment print, 16” x 24” (image size 13” x 19 1/4”) | Limited edition 1/35, signed recto, printed 2010
Marc Schlossman | Monument Valley, January 1998 | Archival inkjet print, 16.5” x 23.4” | Open edition, signed recto, printed September 2012
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Abbie Trayler-Smith | The Ladies of Guerra, May 2012 | The determination and courage needed to survive the harsh climate of the Sahel, Chad’s Guerra region, is seen in the faces of local women who are mainly responsible for feeding their families | Archival giclée print, 30” x 30” | Signed verso, printed July 2012
Ahmad Masood | Reuters | Untitled, 15 May 2012 | Girls stand next to the waters of the river Yamuna during early morning in New Delhi, India. | Digital C-Type print, 12” x 16” | Printed September 2012
John Vizcaino | Reuters | Untitled, 14 September 2012 | A Chinese circus acrobat performs during a rehearsal in Bogota. | Digital C-Type print, 12” x 16” | Printed September 2012
Sophie Ebrard | Wyatt-Clarke & Jones | Rodeo Road, August 2011 | Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. From the series Rodeo Road. | Archival pigment print, 15.7” x 19.7” | Limited edition 1/1, signed verso, printed July 2012
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Russell Glenister | Isolated landscape near Hvalfjör∂ur, Iceland, 12 November 2009 | C-Type print, 20” x 30” | Limited edition 10/10, signed verso, printed October 2012
Clare Struthers | Burning Man, 2012 | Thousands of people gather yearly in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to create Black Rock City, dedicated to community, art, and radical self-expression. They depart one week later, leaving no trace behind. | C-Type print, 12” x 16” | Limited edition 1/10, signed verso, printed October 2012
Jason Larkin courtesy of Photoworks | Cairo Divided #17, 2010 | A newly built mosque sits on land earmarked for development near New Cairo. Mosques are one of the first buildings to appear, for labourers to pray during working hours | Digital C-Type print, 15 3/8” x 15 3/8” | Limited edition 1/10, signed, printed 2012
Sophie Gerrard | Pillbox, Balmedie, Aberdeenshire coast, Scotland, March 2012 | From ‘The Dunes’ (2011) | C-Type print, 20” x 20” | Limited edition 1/10 (edition of 10 + 2AP), signed verso, printed October 2012
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Venetia Dearden | Tom and Becca’s winter camp, 2008 | From the series Somerset Stories, Fivepenny Dreams which reflects on the sense of belonging and identity connected to Venetia’s childhood home | C-Type hand print, 40” x 50” | Limited edition 1/5, signed verso, printed 2012
Laura Pannack | Float, 2010 | Shaun swims at Phoenix naturist club | C-Type print, 19” x 23” | Limited edition 1/5, signed verso, printed 2012
Christina Kernohan | Tales of the Hidden People, Mongolia 2011 | Image from the series Tales of the Hidden People shot within the rural steppes of Mongolia and capital city of UlaanBaatar | Archival giclée print on fine art paper, 15.5” x 20” (image size 10” x 15”) | Limited edition 2/10, signed recto, printed January 2012
Harry Borden | Oscar Pistorius, 17 July 2011 | C-Type print, 24” x 20” | Limited edition 6/12, signed, printed June 2012
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Carinthia West | The Hanging Out Collection | Pink Floyd Contact Sheet, 1976 | In 1977, the Pink Floyd hired the innovative Hipgnosis team, Aubrey Powell and Storm Thorgenson, to shoot the Animals album cover at Battersea Power Station in London. They organised a giant blow-up pig which was attached to ropes and supposed to float above the Power Station for three consecutive days, but unfortunately on the second day, the pig slipped its moorings. Everyone watched in horrified fascination and a certain amount of worry. The Floyd had hired an ex-police marksman to shoot it down in such circumstances, but he hadn’t turned up that day. Jumbo jet pilots, flying into London that morning, apparently told their passengers, “on the right of the plane you will see the Houses of Parliament and on the left....a flying pig!”. No one could believe their eyes. Ultimately, chased by police and press, the pig deflated ignominiously in a field in Kent much to the farmers surprise. These thirty-six frames attempt to tell its story. | Silver gelatin print, 24” x 24” | Limited edition 40/50, signed, printed 2012
Photographers’ Biographies Listed alphabetically with lot number
Aggar, Lesley G. Lot 48 Lesley G. Aggar is a British fine art photographer, specializing in seascapes, places and portraits. She travelled extensively before studying at The Australian Centre for Photography in 1989-1990, in Sydney. Her work has been exhibited worldwide and as well as her renowned seascapes, her photographs have been widely published in books, CDs, book covers, posters and magazines. Lesley works to commission and is represented by Trevillion internationally. Allen, Thomas Lot 25 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. Ashley, Tim Lot 55 Tim Ashley is a fine art photographer specialising in landscape work. He has exhibited and been published widely. He runs a popular blog dedicated to the promotion and understanding of fine art photography from the technical, aesthetic and critical perspectives. Bailey, Veronica Lot 13 Veronica Bailey was born in London in 1965. Her 2 Willow Road series won the Jerwood Photography Award in 2003. 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, produced with permission from the Lee Miller Archive, and thanks to Antony Penrose. In
2010, her project Modern Myths featured newspapers and the mythical relationship between human nature, war, money and power in the media. Bailey is represented in Munich with Bernheimer Fine Art Photography and Gaain Gallery in Seoul. Baker-Smith, Susannah Lot 53 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. Beasley, Olivia Lot 44 Olivia Beasley is a London based photographer. She originally studied illustration but transferred her work practice to photography in the mid-nineties and is now working on editorial, advertising, and personal projects for exhibition. Berry, Ian Lot 10 Ian Berry made his reputation as a photojournalist reporting from South Africa. While based in Paris, he was invited to join Magnum by Henri Cartier-Bresson. He has covered conflict in Israel, Ireland, Vietnam, Czechoslovakia and Congo, famine in Ethiopia and apartheid in South Africa. His books include The English, and two books on South Africa. He has exhibited his work widely including in London, Paris, Hamburg, Brussels, Bradford, Perpignan and Aix en Provence. Blackman, Victor Lot 34 Victor Blackman was one of Fleet Street’s top
photographers. In over thirty years he covered every type of feature story but was mainly known for personalities, especially royalty, show business and sport, becoming the Express’s Photographer-In-Chief in 1973. In its heydays, during the 1960s, the Daily Express rivaled Life magazine for the size and talent of its photographers and international coverage. He won numerous awards and appeared on both TV and the international lecture circuit and wrote a popular column for Amateur Photography magazine for many years. Bloom, Steve Lot 70 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. Bohm, Dorothy Lot 5 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 has published 14 books. 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 Approach to the Castle. Six of her black and white images currently feature in Another London at Tate Britain. Borden, Harry Lot 84 Harry Borden was born in New York, but grew up in Britain. His earliest commissions were for NME and then 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. 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, USA & South America. Bown, Jane Lot 2 Jane Bown was born in Dorset and educated at William Gibbs School, Faversham. She became a chart corrector for the WRNS, before studying 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).
Breckheimer, Gary Lot 65 Gary Breckheimer is a New York City based photographer who has been pursuing his craft for over three decades. After attaining a BFA from Brooks Institute, he moved to New York City and eventually to Europe, where he was published in international magazines, such as MAX Mag, Playboy, Vogue Sposa, for his fashion and portraiture. Breckheimer then made the transition from fashion to fine art, working in black and white. He predominantly focuses on juxtaposing the perceptible beauty of the female form against our manufactured environment. He has won many awards, including the prestigious International Photography Award for Fine Art Nude, The Spider Awards, B&W Magazine. Broomfield, Maurice Lot 32 Maurice Broomfield was born in 1916. After the war, his flair for design and photography led him to set up in a studio with the society photographer Madame Yevonde in Berkeley Square. Throughout his career, Broomfield travelled on commission for many industrial companies, photographing their plants and production lines, always making photographs that resonated with the grand Hollywood stage portraits of the time in their use of lighting and drama. He exhibited his work in a number of shows throughout the sixties and seventies and published a book of his collected works in 2009 with Foto8. Brown, Milton Lot 21 Milton Brown was born in 1895. He worked for MGM from 1928 until 1939. During that time he took many pictures of Greta Garbo films, including Grand Hotel, Ninotchka, Mata Hari, and Queen Christina. He passed away in 1948. Brunelli, Giacomo Lot 69 Giacomo Brunelli was born in Italy in 1977, and graduated with a degree in International Communications in 2002. His series on animals has been exhibited widely, with shows at The Photographers’ Gallery, Griffin Museum, 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, Creative Review, Foto & Video. His work is included in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Portland Art Museum and The New Art Gallery, Walsall. Cagnoni, Romano Lot 29 Romano Cagnoni was born in 1935 in Tuscany, and left 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, rebellion, and wars. Harold Evans, former Sunday Times editor, wrote that Cagnoni is one of the most famous photographers in the world, alongside Henry Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Don McCullin and Eugene Smith. Cagnoni has had 45 solo shows worldwide, won many awards and published 16 books. Cammock, Helen Lot 68 Helen Cammock graduated with an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art in June 2011. Recent exhibitions include London Art Now 12 and Oriel Davis Open 2012. She has a studio in London Fields. She is a project manager at Photovoice and previously ran Brighton Photo Fringe photography festival (2008–2012). Chancellor, David Lot 50 David Chancellor was born in London and now lives in South Africa. His work, for which he travels extensively, can be best described as documentary reportage. He has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, exhibited in major galleries and museums, and published worldwide. Named Nikon Photographer of the Year three times, he received a World Press Photo award in 2010 for ‘Elephant Story’ from the Hunters series. A study of his wife and son was exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London (2009) and the following year he won the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize, at the National Portrait Gallery, with ‘Huntress with Buck’.
Chillingworth, John Lot 1 John Chillingworth joined the darkroom staff of Picture Post magazine in 1943. Mentored by Kurt Hutton, the master of 35mm photography, he soon became known and valued for his gifted photo-essays. After leaving the seminal News Weekly in 1956, Chillingworth freelanced for both national media and advertising until the mid 1970s. Since that time, John has focused almost exclusively on journalism and runs his own communication consultancy business from his home in Devizes. Claridge, John Lot 35, 36 John Claridge’s life-long passion for photography was born when he spotted a plastic camera, at a local funfair in London’s East End, at the age of eight. He knew then that possessing this camera would let him take home all the memories of that day. He left school at 15, and talked his way into his first job in photography and the rest is history! A mix of editorial and advertising commissions brought him and his easy confidence to the attention of 1960s advertising trendsetters. The result has been the presentation of over 700 awards for his work. Cole, Jill Lot 49 Jill Cole is a documentary and art based photographer involved in a range of commissions, residencies and research projects that seek to engage audiences at both a critical and responsive level. Prior to becoming a photographer, she worked for ten years in international ethical and rural development. Her work considers issues around conflict and land use, through which she received the title of Fujifilm Student Photographer of the Year and a nomination in the New York Photo Award. Her work has been exhibited both in the UK and internationally. Danziger, Nick Lot 31 Nick Danziger is a photographer, filmmaker and writer - a traveler, a storyteller 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. PhotoVoice is honoured to have Nick as a Patron.
Daw, Matt Lot 51 Matt Daw is Projects Manager at PhotoVoice and has been designing and running participatory photography projects with marginalized and issue-affected communities across the world for seven years. Matt still occasionally finds time to pursue his own photographic work, particularly when projects take him off the beaten track in some of the most beautiful countries on the planet. de Gouveia, Sara C.F. Lot 39 Sara C. F. de Gouveia was born in Lisbon. She discovered her passion for photography when she first moved to the UK, where she received her Bachelors in Art & Design in 2002. She has been based in Cape Town, South Africa since 2008, working as a freelance photographer and filmmaker. Coming from a background in Fine Art, Sara likes to play with the line between what is documentary and what is conceptual and how those borders seem to be disappearing. Dearden, Venetia Lot 81 Venetia Dearden grew up in Somerset, UK, an area she has been documenting over the past decade, which can be seen in her first publication Somerset Stories, Fivepenny Dreams (2008). It was then followed by Glastonbury, Another Stage (2010), which was shown at the National Portrait Gallery, in London. Her most recent work Eight Days (2011) captures the spirit of adventure whilst exploring the horizons of friendship and their experience in the natural environment. Dewe Mathews, Chloe Lot 27 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. She has recently been given the BJP International Photography Award and nominated for the Prix Pictet. Her work has been exhibited in London, Berlin, Buenos Aires and Toronto and magazine clients include The New York Times, The Telegraph and The Sunday Times.
Donnier-Valentin, Christine Lot 60 Christine Donnier-Valentin is a French photographer based in London. While pursuing her commercial work photographing people, Christine has built a body of personal projects related to spaces, either in urban or landscape environment. She is currently doing an MA at Central Saint Martins to concentrate on her projects. Duigenan, Elaine Lot 6 Elaine Duigenan is a photographic artist based in London. Her work has been exhibited internationally and is held in collections such as The V&A and The Museum of Fine Art in Houston. She is represented by Klompching Gallery in New York. In late 2009 an image from the series Micro Mundi went to The International Space Station on Shuttle Atlantis with Astronaut Leland Melvin. Dulja, Altin Lot 52 Altin took part in the PhotoVoice project “Able Voices”, in partnership with World Vision, Albania in the summer of 2012. The project enabled and supported two groups of young people with differing requirements for inclusion to use photography as a way of exploring their experiences and aspirations, and speaks out about the barriers that they face to inclusion in their communities. Altin, of Egyptian heritage, is 10 years old and is visually impaired. He lives with his family in the village of Shushice. Ebrard, Sophie Lot 76 Sophie Ebrard was born in the Alps in 1976, and is a London based French photographer. Her pictures have appeared in Dazed & Confused, The Times, Luxx Magazine, and her advertising clients include Stella Artois, Match.com, Vodafone, Timberland, Roksanda Ilincic and Butlins. Edelstein, Jillian Lot 30 Jillian Edelstein is a London based photographer. She has been published widely, including in the New York Times Magazine, Interview, and the Financial Times Magazine and her award-winning
book Truth and Lies was published in 2002. Her work is collected by and has been exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, including in the Olympic series Road to 2012: Aiming High. Flach, Tim Lot 14 Tim Flach was born in London in 1958 and studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. His work is represented in London by Osborne Samuel Gallery, regularly exhibited in international solo and group exhibitions, and held in the permanent collections of Miami Modern Art Museum and Citadel, Berlin. He has received numerous awards from leading photographic organizations and publications including The International Photography Awards (Professional Photographer of the Year, Fine Art); D&AD (Silver); Creative Review Photography Annual (Best in Book); Communication Arts Photography Annual (Best in Book); Art Director’s Club, and three Gold Cannes Lions. Gerrard, Sophie Lot 80 Sophie Gerrard is Scottish and was born in 1978. She is an award winning documentary photographer, based in the UK, and specializes in environmental and contemporary social issues. Gerrard’s work has been published by The Telegraph Saturday Magazine, Financial Times Weekend Magazine, The Guardian Weekend Magazine, The Independent on Sunday, Portfolio Magazine, Foto8, Uncertain States, Yvi Magazine, Greenpeace International, Scotland on Sunday and Geographical Magazine. She has been exhibited in the UK and internationally, and is represented by The Photographers’ Gallery in London. Glenister, Russell Lot 77 Russell Glenister is a builder of collections as well as a photographer of note. His previous successes at shooting, producing and curating significant collections of images for distribution and sale, include image100, which he later sold to Bill Gate’s Corbis. When he’s not shooting or developing Pocketstock, his latest photographic venture, Russell can be found working with two technology businesses who
are involved in developing facial and image recognition, Contrast Blue and Snap Rapid respectively, both of which he is a partner. Goddard, Lorraine Lot 67 Lorraine Goddard is a London-based photographer with an extensive background in PR in the fashion and music industries. She is a Patron of YoungMinds.org, an ambassador of PhotoVoice and founder of OutOfContext.info. Whilst pursuing a career in photography, Lorraine founded a not-for-profit social enterprise in a mission to raise the awareness of children’s mental health issues and to promote universal support through her work. Hindley, Jason Lot 43 Jason Hindley’s photographic career began as one half of the acclaimed still-life duo Giblin & James. In 2006, Hindley ventured out of the studio environment and began to pursue his own personal style of photography, capturing enchanting images of the mundane and ordinary and focusing on the small oddities in everyday life that can so easily go unnoticed. In 2009, Hindley closed the chapter on Giblin & James, bringing together his location work with his award-winning studio still-life work. Hindley has received numerous awards worldwide, including OneShow, D&AD, Cannes Lions, Prix de la Photographie, Campaign Photo, Communication Arts, PDN, AOP and Golden Drum. Hinton, Adam Lot 71 Adam Hinton is a documentary photographer whose work covers issues of social and economic development and their effect on wider society. Hynd, Laura Lot 28 Laura Hynd studied Graphic Design and worked as a Creative Designer and Photo Editor before pursuing her love of making photographs in 2005. Her body of work The Letting Go has been featured in publications including British Journal of Photography, Firecracker, 1000 Words and Uncertain States. It has recently been exhibited at Oblong Gallery, East Gallery, Four Corners and London Festival of Photography.
Hynd regularly photographs for editorial clients including Telegraph Magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, Independent Magazine, Independent New Review, Wall Street Journal. She is a Visiting Lecturer at several UK universities. Jackson, Lucas Lot 64 Lucas Jackson is a staff photographer for Reuters based in New York City. He grew up in New Mexico, and after receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, he committed himself full-time to photojournalism as a profession. His work to date has included the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano, international news stories and New York’s daily deluge of entertainment, sports, and news. His work has been published widely internationally. Jenkins, Allan Lot 26 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’ 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. Jones Griffiths, Philip Lot 11 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. Philip Jones Griffiths died at home in West London on 19th March 2008.
Kander, Nadav Lot 15 Nadav Kander is a world renowned photographer living and working in London. He has won numerous awards, including D&AD, Lucie Awards and Prix Pictet. His work has also appeared in numerous publications including The Sunday Times Magazine, Rolling Stone and Dazed & Confused. In 2009, The New York Times Magazine devoted an entire issue to Obama’s People, his 52 portraits of President Obama’s inaugural administration. Kenna, Michael Lot 20 Michael Kenna currently lives in Seattle, and travels the world to produce new work. His photographs are held in permanent collections, such as the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Michael Kenna is drawn to certain times of day and night, preferring to photograph in the mist, rain and snow – clear blue sky and sunshine do not inspire him. Only photographing his work in black and white, he believes “black and white is immediately more mysterious because we see in colour all the time. It is quieter than colour.” kennardphillipps Lot 3 kennardphillipps has been a collaboration since 2002, to produce art in response to the invasion of Iraq. It has evolved to confront power and war across the globe. The work is made for the street, the gallery, the web, newspapers & magazines, and to lead workshops to help people express their thoughts on what is happening in the world through visual means. It is a critical tool, a visual arm of protest that connects to international movements for social and political change, to confront established political and economic systems. Kernohan, Christina Lot 82 Christina Kernohan graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2005. She has been exhibited nationwide, been shortlisted for Bloomberg New Contemporaries, exhibited at the AOP Gallery in London and as part of BraveArt London, and was selected for VAS annual
exhibition at The City Arts Centre, Edinburgh. She works as a freelance photographer worldwide and has been published widely, as album artwork and in online journals. Knudsen, Henrik Lot 41 Henrik Knudsen 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. Kovalenko, Victoria Lot 56 Victoria Kovalenko was born in 1982, and graduated with an MA in Photography from the London Metropolitan University in 2010. Her photographs have been featured in numerous exhibitions in London and most prominently at the Krasnoyarsk Museum Centre and the Primorskiy State Museum in Vladivocstok, Russia. She currently lives and works in London. Krist, Bob Lot 33 Bob Krist is a freelance photographer who works regularly on assignment for magazines such as National Geographic Traveler, Smithsonian, and Islands. He has won many awards in the Pictures of the Year, Communication Arts, and World Press Photo competitions, including Travel Photographer of the Year from the Society of American Travel Writers in 1994, 2007, and 2008. Kyung-Hoon, Kim Lot 24 Kim Kyung-Hoon was born in Seoul, South Korea, in 1974. He studied photojournalism at Chung-Ang University in South Korea before beginning his career at a local newspaper. In 2002 he joined Reuters bureau in Seoul as a staff photographer and has been based in Tokyo, Japan since 2007. He has covered a range of stories from the daily news, the tsunami disaster in Indonesia and North Korea’s capital Pyongyang to large sports assignments such as the World Cup and the Olympic Games. His work has been published widely internationally.
Larkin, Jason Lot 78 Jason Larkin is one of the featured artists at this year’s Brighton Photo Biennial with his series Cairo Divided. The publication of the same name has recently been nominated for the Deutsche Börse photography prize, and has already run into its second print edition. Recent other awards include the PDN/Arnold Newman New Portrait Prize, Hereford Photography Festival Commission, and the Ithuba Arts Fund. He has also been nominated for the Prix Pictet Prize, three years running. Lebas, Chrystel Lot 46 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 photographs have been widely exhibited including: Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris; The Photographers’ Gallery, London; Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Chrystel’s works are held in several private and public collections including: The Victoria and Albert Museum (London), Bibliothèque Nationale (Paris), She has published two monographs: L’Espace temps-Time in Space (2003) and Between Dog and Wolf (2006). Lyon, Marcus Lot 16 Marcus Lyon is a British artist, born in 1965. His most recent collections, the BRIC and Exodus, which explore the inflection points of critical change that encapsulate the relationship between the man-made and natural world, have been exhibited at the Saatchi in London and the Inception Gallery in Paris, and have been extensively sold by the Photographers’ Gallery. His awards include the B&H Gold, Agfa Picture of the Year, D&AD Silver, Prix Pictet nomination and five AOPs. His artworks are held in both private and international collections including the Art Institute of Chicago and the Arts Council of Great Britain and have been exhibited and sold to a global audience. Macleod, Steve Lot 47 Steve Macleod is an artist living in East Anglia; his work is represented by Atlas Gallery, London. His landscape work is a metaphorical
representation of the human condition based around themes of transience and the temporary. Recognised as a Master Printer and as Director of Metro Imaging he is considered to be one of the best practitioners in his field of production. Steve was awarded a Fellowship of the RSA in 2004 for his services to the Photographic Industry. Masood, Ahmad Lot 75 Ahmad Masood was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1980. He lost the opportunity to study at university as a consequence of Taliban rule. In 2001, he dreamt of leaving Afghanistan to join his brother in London but 9/11 and the subsequent invasion of Afghanistan quashed his plans. However, his self-taught English brought him work as a fixer for foreign journalists and his first job with Reuters Television led to work with Reuters correspondents. By 2003, Masood was in charge of Reuters pictures coverage, as chief photographer of the Kabul bureau. He is currently based in New Delhi as Chief Photographer, India. McGee, Tony Lot 18 Tony McGee was born in Highgate, 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, and has directed over two hundred and fifty commercials for television and cinema. McIntyre, Sarah Lot 62 Sarah McIntyre is a 20 year old from Glasgow’s Maryhill. Having developed a passion for photography during PhotoVoice and Fairbridge’s project Waiting, Sarah continues to carry the camera wherever she goes. Having spent the last four years without a proper place to call home, Sarah’s work tends to be concerned with the in betweens, the transient nature of her life
and recording the unusual aspects, the lonely vistas between these places in a search for permanence. In 2011-12 Sarah has been supported by a PhotoVoice bursary funded by the John Kobal New Work Award. Mead, Scott Lot 61 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 and his work was selected for the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition in 2011 and 2012. Scott was profiled on the BBC Culture Show about the RA Summer Exhibition in July 2012. Moon, Sarah Lot 17 Sarah Moon’s fantastical photography is about texture, surface, seeing, believing, and 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. Nelson, Keyarn Lot 37 Keyarn is 16, and was a participant in the Peckham workshops for the Lookout UK project, aimed at engaging young people in debate and positive action around youth issues. Photos by Keyarn and the rest of the group will be used in a national campaign throughout 2013, alongside work by other young people from all over the UK trained in photography by PhotoVoice.
Oddy, Jason Lot 59 Jason Oddy is a photographer whose work focuses on interior space. Depicting places as diverse as the Pentagon, homes of the recently deceased, Guantanamo Bay, and Soviet sanatoria, his pictures ask how the environments we inhabit might shape us. Simultaneously they explore the extent to which photography is able to bring the invisible and largely unverifiable effects of architecture across the threshold of perception. Oddy’s work has been exhibited and published widely, in both Europe and the US, and is held in a number of significant private and public collections. Pannack, Laura Lot 83 Laura Pannack is a London based photographer. She was educated at the University of Brighton and Central Saint Martins College of Art. Her work has been extensively exhibited and published both in the UK and internationally, including at The National Portrait Gallery, The Houses of Parliament, Somerset House and the Royal Festival Hall in London. In 2010, Laura received first prize in the Portrait Singles category of the World Press Photo Awards. Her art focuses on social documentary and portraiture, and seeks to explore the complex relationship between subject and photographer. Perry, Mike Lot 57 Mike Perry is a British landscape photographer. After a successful career in commercial media, Mike changed his life to become focused on environmental and arts projects. He has had solo shows at The Photographers’ Gallery in London and his work is in international collections. In 2007, his work was featured in the BBC TV series ‘Britain In Pictures’ and in 2009, he won ‘Best Picture’ in the Christies/HHA photographic competition. His work is currently showing in New Ground: Welsh Landscape Art since 1970, curated by The Museum Of Wales. Redfern, David Lot 63 David Redfern began his career in the twilight jazz clubs of London in the early 1960s, 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. Nights were spent at the 100 Club, Ronnie Scott’s or the Marquee. The expanded updated hardback edition of David’s book The Unclosed Eye was published by David himself in 2005. David sold Redferns Music Picture Library to Getty Images in December 2009, but is still very active marketing his prints and as a photographer. Riboud, Marc Lot 12 Marc Riboud was born in Lyon, in 1923. He published his famous ‘Eiffel Tower’s painter’ photograph in Life magazine in 1953 and joined Magnum Agency after meeting Henri CartierBresson 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. Ritts, Herb Lot 19 Herb Ritts began his photographic career in the late 70s, 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 and directed many influential award winning music videos and commercials. His fine art photography has been the subject of numerous museum and gallery exhibitions worldwide including the 2012 attendance breaking L.A. Style exhibit at the J Paul Getty Museum. Herb Ritts passed away December 26th, 2002. Roberts, Simon Lot 7 Simon Roberts’ photographs have been exhibited widely with recent solo shows at the National Media Museum, UK, EX3 Centro
per l’Arte Contemporanea, Italy, and Centro Brasileiro Britânico, Brazil. They are represented in major public and private collections, including the Deutsche Börse Art Collection, George Eastman House and Wilson Centre for Photography. He was 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 critically acclaimed monographs, Motherland (Chris Boot, 2007) and We English (Chris Boot, 2009). Sacha, Bob Lot 45 Bob Sacha is an award winning freelance multimedia producer, documentary cameraman, internationally published photographer, multimedia and film editor and teacher based in New York. Over a period of 25 years, he has been a staff photographer at the Philadelphia Inquirer, Life and National Geographic magazine. Now an independent multimedia storyteller, Bob has directed, produced, shot and edited non-fiction video stories for Starbucks, Apple, Asia Society, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Open Society Foundation among other international clients. Sagolj, Damir Lot 42 Damir Sagolj was born in 1971 in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, now Bosnia and Herzegovina. He joined Reuters as chief photographer for Bosnia in 1997. Following his coverage of the cataclysmic events of 9/11, Sagolj traveled to Afghanistan and Iraq. His images of the coalition troops invasion of Iraq were, among other awards, finalist for a Pulitzer. He is the recipient of numerous international awards for photojournalism and multimedia including a prize from World Press Photo in 2012. He is currently based in Bangkok as Reuters chief photographer for Thailand and South-East Asia.
Schlossman, Marc Lot 72 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 non-governmental 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. Steele-Perkins, Chris Lot 4 Chris Steele-Perkins was born in Burma in 1947, and moved to England with his father at the age of two. He joined Magnum in 1979 and soon began working extensively in the developing world, in particular Africa, Central America and Lebanon, as well as continuing to document Britain. He also works extensively in Japan and is married to Miyako Yamada. Strand, Clare Lot 23 Clare Strand is a British photographic artist based in Brighton. Her work is held in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, The Arts Council, The British Council, The National Collection, The Pompidou Centre, The New York Library and private collections. She is represented by Brancolini Grimaldi in London. Struthers, Clare Lot 79 Clare Struthers works full time at PhotoVoice, prior to that she was a freelance documentary photographer. When she’s not facilitating PhotoVoice projects, she still finds the time to pursue her personal photographic work. Swannell, John Lot 8 John Swannell was born in 1946. He was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society in 1993, and has been commissioned to photograph the Royal family on numerous occasions. His very distinctive, individual style in both fashion and beauty photography has been featured in Vogue, Harpers & Queen, The Sunday
Times, Tatler and has been widely exhibited worldwide. His work is held in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh and London, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Szabo, Joseph Lot 9 Joseph Szabo was born in Toledo, Ohio in 1944. He studied photography at the Pratt Institute where he received his MFA. He taught photography at Malverne High School in Long Island, New York, from 1972 to 1999 and continues to teach at the International Center of Photography. For 25 years, Szabo truthfully documented his teenage students at Malverne High School. Taken in the seventies and eighties, his photographs represent a remarkable evocation of that period. His work resides in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale University, The International Center of Photography and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, amongst others. Traeger, Tessa Lot 22 Tessa Traeger is one of the outstanding still-life photographers of her generation and has exhibited regularly since 1978 in Paris, London and New York. Trained at Guildford School of Photography and Fine Art, she has worked in Rossetti Studios in Chelsea, London since the 1960s. Her work is represented in the National Portrait Gallery and Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. This year’s auctioned print Stormforced Trees No.8 will be shown as part of Tessa’s new show ‘The Chemistry of Light’ at the Purdy Hicks Gallery in early 2013. Trayler-Smith, Abbie Lot 73 Abbie Trayler-Smith is based in London, and travels globally to complete assignments for a large variety of clients including The Sunday Times Magazine, The New Review, Guardian Weekend, Oxfam, and BBC Worldwide. Her major project on the lives of asylum seekers
in the UK, Still Human, Still Here was exhibited at HOST Gallery in London, in 2009 with the accompanying multi-media film receiving critical acclaim and winning both The Nikon Award 2009 and The PPY Best Multimedia Piece 2009. In 2010 she won fourth prize in the Taylor Wessing Prize exhibited at The National Portrait Gallery for her portrait of Chelsea from the series The Big O. Van Sommers, Jenny Lot 40 Jenny Van Sommers lives and works in London. Her editorial clients include Another Magazine, Nowness, TEN, Vogue, and her advertising clients include Apple, Audi, Hermès, and Nike. Vizcaino, John Lot 74 John Vizcaino was born in Bogota, Colombia in 1971. He began his career in photography at El Tiempo newspaper where he worked for 10 years. He has worked for Reuters since 2008 covering news, sports, business and features as well as photographing the ongoing story of Colombia’s fight against drugs. His work has been published and exhibited widely. Von Zwehl, Bettina Lot 66 Bettina von Zwehl was born in Munich in 1971 and received an MA from the Royal College of Art in 1999. She has built an international reputation for her subtle and unnerving photographic portraits. Her work has been exhibited in a number of galleries in Europe and the USA and can be found in the collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Victoria and Albert Museum and the Rubell Family Collection amongst others. Watts, Alisha Lot 58 Alisha Watts took part in PhotoVoice’s Having Our Say Too project in 2012, a photography and digital storytelling project with young people who have experienced and/or are at risk of sexual exploitation. West, Carinthia Lot 85 Carinthia West has always had her camera by her side throughout her career as a model, actress and journalist, but has only
recently gifted the public with these intimate, nostalgic photographs, giving an insight into her private world. Carinthia’s photographs were taken in the seventies and eighties, in a world of fun, laughter and free spirit. She has exhibited her work in several locations throughout the UK. Zak, Paul Lot 38 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. Zeschin, Elizabeth Lot 54 Elizabeth Zeschin was born in Los Angeles and began her photographic career in New York City before moving to the UK. Her subject matter ranges across a broad field of portraiture, still life and travel photography, and assignments have taken her around the world. Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows in New York, and the UK. She has received awards from the Association of Photographers (London) and the Art Directors Club of New York. Her work was chosen for the 2003 and 2005 Schweppes and the 2008 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at The National Portrait Gallery in London.
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Contributing Agencies and Galleries PhotoVoice is immensely grateful to all the photographers, agencies and galleries that have so generously donated to or assisted with 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 recognizable and acclaimed work in the past 20 years. www.burnham-niker.com Chris Beetles Fine Photographs Chris Beetles Fine Photographs specialises in photographic prints by the worlds most sought after photographers, with an emphasis on 20th century masters and British photography. Founded in 2011, the gallery offers many different types of prints, holds several exhibitions per year and maintains a large dynamic stockroom, accessible to the public on request. www.chrisbeetlesfinephotographs.com Foley Gallery brings together fine line and obsessive precision in the disciplines of drawing, cut paper, painting and photography. They are located in New York. www.foleygallery.com
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 Photoworks is the UK’s leading agency for photography. They produce commissions, exhibitions and events, publish books and the influential magazine, Photoworks. Collaborating with a broad range of artists and organisations, engaging the widest possible audiences, Photoworks encourages debate and inspires new thinking about photography. www.photoworks.org.uk 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 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 part of Getty Images, home to over 80 million images from the beginning of photography in the mid nineteenth century to the present day, including many prestigious names and collections in photographic history, and rooted in the seminal Picture Post Archive. 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 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 photographic community. The 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 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 3000sq 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 – the events that shape the world are captured each day by Reuters, the largest international news agency. Reuters is the news division of Thomson Reuters - the leading source for intelligent information for businesses and professionals. Reuters’ global network of 600 photographers distributes 1,600 pictures each day - over half a million each year. Images are transmitted within minutes to the world’s media to provide a constant window to the world. Over five million images are licensed at Reuters Pictures www.reuters.com/pictures 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. www.thephotographersgallery.org.uk We Folk is a photographic agency based in London representing a group of exceptional photographers to help build and develop their work and practice across all media. www.wefolk.com
Wyatt-Clarke & Jones work with 15 internationally renowned photographers on commercial assignments at the highest level. www.wyattclarkejones.com
Acknowledgements PhotoVoice would like to extend its sincere thanks to the following, whose immense efforts over the past few months have made the Auction possible: The Auction Committee Jassim Ahmad Liz Harrington Kevin McCullough Marc Schlossman Howard Sharman Sue Steward Our Auctioneer Sebastien Montabonel Supporters The John Booth Charitable Foundation Illico Elia, Julia Conroy, Kat Ovsyannykova, Filip Johansson and all the LBi team Shannon Ghannam at Reuters Oliver Sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Jacob and the team at Reed Smith
Annabel Clements Design Hannah Mungeam and the team at Niceview Bidsmart Jon Levy Matthew Valentine Gordon MacDonald Charlotte Cotton Tim Banks and Steve Green at Giant PR PhotoVoice Ambassadors, including Tim Ashley Marcus Lyon Steve Macleod Katy Niker Nastasha Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor Olivia Gideon Thomson PhotoVoice staff and interns, especially Juliet Vine, Laurence Harding and Helen Cammock All the volunteers who have so generously given their time and talents
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