Brigitte Lardinois judges Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014

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In May 2014, Brigitte Lardinois was selected to judge the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014

Launched in 2007 by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), and sponsored by Atkins, one of the worlds leading design, engineering and project management consultancies, the exhibition is an international showcase for the very best in environmental photography and film. From over 10,000 entries this year, the panel of judges have selected works that are contemporary, creative, resonant, original and beautiful, by international photographers and filmmakers for display at the Royal Geographical Society, London from 23 June – 4 July 2014 and on tour to forests venues nationally until November.

The entries were judged on impact, composition, originality and technical ability by the panel comprising Paul Horton, Director of Membership and Development, CIWEM; Brigitte Lardinois, Deputy Director of Photography and the Archive Research Centre at University of the Arts London; Tim Parkin, landscape photographer and Editor of On Landscape; and David Tonkin, Chief Executive Officer, UK & Europe, Atkins.

Brigitte Lardinois comments: “With environmental concerns ever more pressing, it was heartening to see photographers from all over the world engaging with this issue. Their commitment to document has produced some very striking and memorable images. It will be a powerful exhibition”

Selected works examine issues such as innovation, sustainable development, biodiversity, poverty, climate change, human rights, culture, natural disasters and population growth. The varied photographs include Luke Duggleby’s ‘Wrapping a surviving tree’ which pictures Cambodian Buddhist monks blessing large trees in an area destroyed to make way for a banana plantation; Alnis Stakle’s ‘Shangri-La 1’ which depicts traditional buildings alongside skyscrapers in Shanghai’s growing cityscape, and Matilda Temperley’s ‘Basket Centre’ which shows the impact of the recent flooding on the Somerset Levels. The exhibition honours amateurs and professionals of all ages, and provides an opportunity for photographers to share images of environmental and social issues with international audiences, and to enhance our understanding of the causes, consequences and solutions to climate change and social inequality.

The Prizes will be announced on 24 June 2014, at 7.15pm. They include: - The Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year of £5000
- The Atkins CIWEM Environmental Film of the Year of £1000
- The Atkins Cityscape Prize of £1000

- The Forestry Commission England Exhibition Award - One photographer will be invited to exhibit a solo show at one of England’s public forests.

The works will be displayed at the Royal Geographical Society in London from 23 June – 4 July 2014, followed by a tour to forest venues nationally, supported by Forestry Commission England, beginning at Grizedale Forest Visitor Centre, Cumbria from 19 July – 2 November 2014.

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EXHIBITION INFORMATION:

Venue:
Dates: Address: Opening times: Admission: Nearest tube: Tel:

Web: Twitter:

Royal Geographical Society
23 June – 4 July 2014
1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR (main entrance on Exhibition Road) 10.00am - 5.00pm daily
Free
South Kensington
+44 (0)20 7591 3000
www.epoty.org
@EPOTYcomp #EPOTY14

 

Posted by Melanie King on 6th June 2014 at 12:00am

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Brigitte Lardinois judges Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014

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In May 2014, Brigitte Lardinois was selected to judge the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014

Launched in 2007 by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), and sponsored by Atkins, one of the worlds leading design, engineering and project management consultancies, the exhibition is an international showcase for the very best in environmental photography and film. From over 10,000 entries this year, the panel of judges have selected works that are contemporary, creative, resonant, original and beautiful, by international photographers and filmmakers for display at the Royal Geographical Society, London from 23 June – 4 July 2014 and on tour to forests venues nationally until November.

The entries were judged on impact, composition, originality and technical ability by the panel comprising Paul Horton, Director of Membership and Development, CIWEM; Brigitte Lardinois, Deputy Director of Photography and the Archive Research Centre at University of the Arts London; Tim Parkin, landscape photographer and Editor of On Landscape; and David Tonkin, Chief Executive Officer, UK & Europe, Atkins.

Brigitte Lardinois comments: “With environmental concerns ever more pressing, it was heartening to see photographers from all over the world engaging with this issue. Their commitment to document has produced some very striking and memorable images. It will be a powerful exhibition”

Selected works examine issues such as innovation, sustainable development, biodiversity, poverty, climate change, human rights, culture, natural disasters and population growth. The varied photographs include Luke Duggleby’s ‘Wrapping a surviving tree’ which pictures Cambodian Buddhist monks blessing large trees in an area destroyed to make way for a banana plantation; Alnis Stakle’s ‘Shangri-La 1’ which depicts traditional buildings alongside skyscrapers in Shanghai’s growing cityscape, and Matilda Temperley’s ‘Basket Centre’ which shows the impact of the recent flooding on the Somerset Levels. The exhibition honours amateurs and professionals of all ages, and provides an opportunity for photographers to share images of environmental and social issues with international audiences, and to enhance our understanding of the causes, consequences and solutions to climate change and social inequality.

The Prizes will be announced on 24 June 2014, at 7.15pm. They include: - The Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year of £5000
- The Atkins CIWEM Environmental Film of the Year of £1000
- The Atkins Cityscape Prize of £1000

- The Forestry Commission England Exhibition Award - One photographer will be invited to exhibit a solo show at one of England’s public forests.

The works will be displayed at the Royal Geographical Society in London from 23 June – 4 July 2014, followed by a tour to forest venues nationally, supported by Forestry Commission England, beginning at Grizedale Forest Visitor Centre, Cumbria from 19 July – 2 November 2014.

- ENDS -

EXHIBITION INFORMATION:

Venue:
Dates: Address: Opening times: Admission: Nearest tube: Tel:

Web: Twitter:

Royal Geographical Society
23 June – 4 July 2014
1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR (main entrance on Exhibition Road) 10.00am - 5.00pm daily
Free
South Kensington
+44 (0)20 7591 3000
www.epoty.org
@EPOTYcomp #EPOTY14