International Print Exhibition 155

  • Rain Raven

    by Gordon Bramham ARPS

  • India

    by Andy Day

  • Five Siblings

    by Jordi Ruiz Cirera

From over 3000 entries submitted from countries in all the continents of the world, 123 prints were selected to become the International Print Exhibition 155.

“The variety of the themes amongst the winning images is breathtaking; from the Goths lost in music at the gig, completely transfixed in their devotion to an unknown (by the viewer) band, to two girls on a beach watching a plane fly by. The power of these strikingly graphic black and white images drew me in and held my gaze and created wonder at the world in all its photographic details.  While the subtle beauty of the colours and space in the ‘snorkeler’ keeps me finding more and more to look at and lose myself in.  The winning image of the girl with the deer, takes me on many imaginary journeys through narratives from fairy tales to modern day stories of hope and despair.

It’s truly amazing, the power that photography has to capture, inform, transform and to create imagination and that’s exactly what this great exhibition of photographs does”.

Tom Hunter Hon FRPS

Selectors of the 2012 Exhibition:

Tom Hunter Hon FRPS  Photographic Artist
Professor & Senior Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Photography of the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London www.tomhunter.org

Roger Tooth - Head of Photography, The Guardian and Observer
www.guardian.co.uk/profile/rogertooth


Ian Beesley - Social Documentary Photographer
Course Leader MA Photography at University of Bolton www.ianbeesley.com

Sandy Cleland FRPS (Chairman) - Nature and Pictorial Photographer. 
RPS Distinctions Advisory & Fellowship Boards

Vanessa Slawson FRPS - Documentary & Creative Photographer
RPS Licentiateship Panel Chairman

Organised by The Royal Photographic Society, the International Print Exhibition 155 was sponsored by international legal practice Allen & Overy LLP.

The International Print Exhibition 155 catalogue has now sold out.

If you have any enquiries regarding the exhibition, please contact exhibitions@rps.org.

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