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We are thrilled to announce the jury for the sixth edition of the Photo Vogue Festival
The selection of works on display will be done by a jury of internationally renowned experts.Meet the jury:© Kenneth WillardtAimée MullinsMullins has excelled in multiple fields, inspiring people around the world as an athlete, actor, model and speaker. As the first double amputee in history to compete in Division 1 NCAA track and field, she then competed for Team USA in the 1996 Paralympic Games and has set world records in the 100 metres, 200 metres, and long jump events.
Aimée went on to become a lauded runway and editorial fashion model and was named a global brand ambassador for L’Oréal Paris in 2011. Over the past decade, she has acted in film and television shows, including the Netflix mega-hit Stranger Things, and has multiple feature films in development as a producer.
In 2012, Mullins was named Chef de Mission for the US at the Summer Olympics and Paralympics in London. That same year she was appointed by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to the Council to Empower Women and Girls Through Sports.Her prolific work for non-profit organizations is matched by her frequent public speaking appearances on topics related to the body, identity, design, and innovation, and her famous TED Talks have been translated into 42 languages. In 2017, she became one of the youngest-ever inductees into the United States’ National Women’s Hall of Fame. In 2019, she inducted Jane Fonda into the National Women’s Hall of Fame.© Marc Peckmezian headtopics.com
Akinola DaviesAkinola Davies is a BAFTA nominated and Sundance award-winning Filmmaker, Visual Artist, and Music Curator, whose work spans nations to explore themes of community, race, spirituality, identity and gender, telling stories that bridge the gap between traditional and millennial communities. His first narrative short film ‘Lizard’ premiered at the 2020 BFI London Film Festival and was selected for the Raindance Film Festival. As an individual Akinola was selected for the Berlinale Talents 2020 Collective and was named one of Screen Daily’s ‘Stars of Tomorrow’ alongside Emma Louis Corrin, Paul Mescal and more. Most recently, Akin won the Sundance Grand Jury Prize in Short Film for ‘Lizard’ and the short is now nominated for a BAFTA. As part of Akinolas visual practice has had 2 solo art shows; his first at the 1.1 Gallery in Basel and at the Dupont underground in Washington D.C. Equally he participated in numerous group shows nameley Les Urbannes in Lausanne and Kunsthal Rotterdam. Akinola has become a go to creative in the fashion industry working with brands such as Gucci, Acne Studios, COS, Kenzo, Louis Vuitton and the like on multiple creative projects, in front of and behind the camera. Alongside his work in narrative film and fashion, Akin has directed music videos for the likes of Dev Hynes and Neneh Cherry.
Alessia GlavianoAlessia Glaviano is the Brand Visual Director of Vogue Italia and Director of the Photo Vogue Festival.Glaviano is a leading figure in the panorama of international photographic criticism. Besides curating a series of interviews with the Masters of photography for Vogue Italia’s website and instagram, which have acquired enormous popularity among the community of people interested in photography and which are also broadcast on Sky Arte channel, in 2011 Glaviano launched Photo Vogue, an innovative platform on which users can share their own photographs knowing they can rely on the curatorial supervision of professional photo editors.
At a time when photography was already ubiquitous online, Alessia felt that what was missing was a curated platform dedicated to it.Conceived as a community with a strong sense of belonging, as of today, Photo Vogue counts over 247,000 photographers, from amateurs to professionals, hailing from all over the world, with a shared passion for photography and the desire to help each other and grow together. Anyone can register and upload images of all genres, from portraiture to reportage, fashion and street photography.
Curating a pool of incredible image-makers from all around the world, Photo Vogue is a great example of diversity behind the camera and multitude of perspectives. The mission of Photo Vogue has always been to champion talent, improving visual literacy and shaping a more just, ethical and inclusive visual world. headtopics.com
Many of Photo Vogue photographers have grown to become some of the most interesting voices in contemporary photography, who now regularly produce editorials and branded content for the most prestigious international magazines.In order to have a physical and virtual space in time to bring the community together and further the conversation around the promotion of creativity, diversity and justice in image-making, in 2016 Milan hosted the first edition of the Photo Vogue Festival. The event marked the first conscious fashion photography festival dedicated to the shared ground between Ethics and Aesthetics, bound to an influential fashion publication, and engaging the whole city of Milan with talks, exhibitions and photography-related initiatives. The 5 editions of the festival in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 were always met with critical and public success.
Besides the editorial activity, Alessia holds lectures and conferences on a regular basis. Some of the institutes and universities she was invited as guest lecturer include: University of Brighton, Central Saint Martins, IED, Bocconi University and the Milan Polytechnic.
Glaviano was invited to participate as jury member in numerous internationally acclaimed photography contests including the World Press Photo and the Festival International de Mode et de Photographie à Hyères; and has participated in several portfolio review sessions, including the “New York Times Portfolio Reviews”.
Alfredo De Stefano FaríasHe is considered one of Mexico´s most important contemporary conceptual photographers. His passion is the landscape and specifically the desert, an environment to which he has traveled countless times performing art interventions in it and photographing it. Among his photographic series we should mention “Of places without future” (1992), “Remains of the paradise” (1996), “Replenishing emptiness” (2002) and “Brief chronicle of light” (2006). Since 2008 he has been working on his new series, “Storm of Light”, which takes place in different deserts of the world. To his credit there are more than ninety exhibitions, between individuals and group shows and his work has been exhibited in five continents, as well as in different capitals of the world such as: México, Paris, Sao Paulo, New York, Washington, Madrid, Bogotá, Lima, Buenos Aires among others. His photographs have been published in numerous books and magazines and his work is in public and private collections in México and abroad. Since 2008 he is a member of the National System of Creators. headtopics.com
Cultural manager and director of the Contemporary Photography Contest of Mexico and Latin America, as well as the Luz del Norte International Photography Festival in Monterrey, N.L. Mexico. He is de Chief Executive and founder of the non-profit organization Luz del Norte Fotografía, A.C. dedicated to promoting and disseminate the diversity of Latin American photography through various platforms.
© Jenny LewisAlona PardoAlona Pardo is a Curator at Barbican Art Gallery. With a focus on photography and film, she has curated a number of exhibitions and publications including most recentlyMasculinities: Liberation through PhotographyTrevor Paglen: From Apple to Anomaly
(2019);Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing(2018);Vanessa Winship: And Time Folds(2018);Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins(2018);(2017) andStrange and Familiar: Britain as seen by International Photographers(with Martin Parr; 2016). She has a particular interest in work that exists in the intersection between social activism, aesthetics and identity.
Anastasia Taylor-LindAnastasia Taylor-Lind is an English/Swedish photojournalist who has spent more than a decade documenting issues relating to women, violence and war. She is a Harvard Nieman Fellow 2016, a TED fellow and a National Geographic Magazine contributor. Her first monograph MAIDAN - Portraits from the Black Square, which documents the 2014 Ukrainian uprising in Kiev, was published by GOST books the same year.
Azu NwagboguAzu Nwagbogu is the founder and director of the African Artists’ Foundation (AAF), a non-profit organisation based in Lagos, Nigeria that is dedicated to the promotion and development of contemporary African arts and artists. Established in 2007, the AAF organizes art exhibitions, competitions, and workshops with the aim of unearthing and developing talent in Nigeria. Nwagbogu founded the National Art Competition in 2008, an annual arts competition in Nigeria that provides a platform of exposure to emerging Nigerian artists. Nwagbogu also serves as founder and director of the LagosPhoto Festival, an annual international arts festival of photography that brings leading local and international photographers in dialogue with multifaceted stories of Africa. He’s also the creator of Art Base Africa, a new virtual space to discover and learn about contemporary African Art and diaspora. He has been collecting and owns a diverse collection of modern contemporary art and has been curating private collections for various prominent individuals and corporate organizations in Africa for the past 20 years. Nwagabogu has served as a juror for the Dutch Doc and the POPCAP Photography Awards, the World press Photo and Prisma photography award (2015). He also has been nominated as curator for the Prix Decouverte Rencontres d’Arles 2014, Photoquai 2015 and Photolux Festival 2015. Azu Nwagbogu lives and works in Lagos.
Chiara Bardelli NoninoChiara Bardelli Nonino graduated with an MA in Philosophy with a dissertation on Post-Mortem photography. She is the Photo Editor of Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue, the editor of Vogue.it Photography section and a curator for the Photo Vogue Festival, where fashion is explored from a socio-political point of view in exhibit such as The Female Gaze, Fashion & Politics in Vogue Italia, All That Man Is - Fashion and Masculinity Now, Italian Panorama. With a focus on contemporary photography, she works also on independent editorial and curatorial projects and juries. Recent projects include the co-curation of Aperture Summer Open: Delirious Cities and Looking on. Sguardi e prospettive sulla nuova fotografia italiana. She has been part of the Jury of the 2020 edition of Hyères Festival and has curated the largest monographic exhibition on Paolo Roversi’s work titled “Paolo Roversi - Studio Luce” and the eponymous art book designed by M/M Paris. She has collaborated, among others, with The British Journal of Photography, PHmuseum, The Photocaptionist, Flash Art Italia, Foam Magazine,Canon Student Development Programme, Metronom Gallery, Marsell Paradise, Creative Review.
© Antoine Tempé/PicturetankChristine EyeneChristine Eyene is an art historian, critic and curator. She is a Research Fellow in Contemporary Art at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) where she works with artist and Professor of Contemporary Art Lubaina Himid CBE RA, on the Making Histories Visible project. She is also Artistic Director of the 5
thBiennale Internationale de Casablanca (2022).As a curator, her projects focus on contemporary African and Diaspora arts, feminism, photography and sound art. She is also interested in socially engaged art initiatives, urban culture, music, design, and new media.
In 2016 she co-founded YaPhoto – Yaounde Photo Network to support emerging photographers in Cameroon and internationally. She has also organised numerous photography exhibitions as part of biennials and festivals including: SUMMER OF PHOTOGRAPHY, BOZAR, Brussels, 2014 and 2018; FORMAT International Photography Festival, New Art Exchange, Nottingham, 2015; 3
rdPHOTOQUAI – Biennial of World Images, Musée du Quai Branly, Paris and GWANZA Photography Festival, National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare, 2011; Brighton Photo Fringe as part of Brighton Photo Biennial, Old Coop, Brighton, 2010.Her recent publications include
Sounds Like Her: Gender, Sound Art & Sonic Cultures(Nottingham: Beam Editions, 2019) featuring works by Sonia Boyce OBE RA, Christine Sun Kim, Magda Stawarska-Beavan and more. She also contributed toFeminist Art, Activisms, and Artivismsedited by Katy Deepwell (Amsterdam: Valiz, 2020). Her articles and essays have been published in printed and online art magazines, journals, exhibition catalogues and art books.
Damarice AmaoDamarice AMAO is an art historian (PhD) and assistant curator of photography at the Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne, Paris. She is specialized in twentieth Avant-garde European photography. She curated numerous exhibitions with accompanying catalogues includingLeggi di più: Vogue Italia »
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