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European Master of Fine Art Photography Scholarships. NEW Deadline: Jan. 12, 2017

European Master of Fine Art Photography Scholarships 2017

Do you want to play your role in the field of artistic photography? Be part of our state of the art program, the European Master of Fine Art Photography, which is going into its sixth Edition in April 2017.

We offer practical and innovative training with a unique master program based on the development of a personal project, coached by our International docents and tutors, including Joan Fontcuberta, Andreas Müller-Pohle, Ricardo Cases, Martin Parr, Cristina de Middel, or Simon Roberts, to name just a few.

Take part in the competition and win a scholarship!

PRIZE

Two scholarships covering 50% of the tuition fees, equivalent to 4,250 euros.

NEW Deadline for the receipt of works: 12th of January 2017 at 18:00, Madrid time (GMT+1).

The winners will be announced on the 19th of Januray 2017 at 18:00, Madrid time (GMT +1).

The names of the winners will be published on iedphotography.com.

http://iedphotography.com/events/european-master-fine-art-photography-scholarships-2017/

Past Scholarship winners:

Nikita Pirogov, Alena Zhandarova, Wawi Navarroza, Yutaka Nozawa, Duarte Amaral Netto

and Jorge Fuembuena, among others.

(Photo: Patricia Nieto Madroñero, student of the European Master of Fine Art Photography 2016)

Two scholarships for Photography Master Program in Madrid. Deadline: Jan. 8, 2016

European Master of Fine Art Photography Scholarships 2016

Do you want to get ahead in the field of art photography? Train with our benchmark program, the European Master of Fine Art Photography, which begins its sixth edition in April, 2016.

We offer practical and innovative training with a unique master program based on the development of a personal project, which will have individualized monitoring by our team of internationally renowned tutors and teachers, including Joan Fontcuberta, Andreas Müller-Pohle, Ricardo Cases, Martin Parr, Cristina de Middel, and Simon Roberts, to name just a few.

Take part in the competition and win a scholarship!

 

PRIZE
Two scholarships covering 70% of course fees, the equivalent of 6,000 euros.

Deadline for the submission of works: 8th of January, 2016 at 18:00 h, Madrid time (GMT+1).
The winners will be announced on the 14th of January, 2016 at 18:00 h, Madrid time (GMT +1).
The winners will be announced live at the Design Your Day event (Open Day of the IED Master Madrid) and will be published on www.iedmadrid.com.

 

 COMPETITION RULES
  1. People of any origin or nationality can take part.
  2. The scholarships are awarded on a discretionary basis, based on the documentation received and the development potential of the candidate. The pre-selected applicants will be contacted for a brief interview in person, by telephone or skype.
  3. The European Master in Fine Art Photography is given in English. There are some activities, case studies and lectures which are given in Spanish with simultaneous translation. A medium-high level of English is required.
  4. Dynamics of the competition: the participants will have to fill out the competition entry form, attaching their curriculum vitae, portfolio and a motivation letter.
  5. PRIZE. Two scholarship covering 70% of the tuition fees, equivalent to 6,000 euros.The winners must pay the course registration fee (€4,000) + 30% of the tuition fees (€2,500).
  6. In no case are the scholarship amounts repayable in cash.
  7. To receive the scholarship it is ESSENTIAL to enrol and pay the registration fee within a period of 15 days starting from 14th of January, 2016 the date of the announcement of the winners.
  8. Rules. The winner must be aware of and observe the rules contained in the general regulations of the IED Madrid, and accept and sign the specific regulations for scholarship holders within a period of a week from the announcement of the awarding of the prize.
  9. The winner must study the whole of the Master in the IED Madrid, and will lose the scholarship if he/she transfers to another centre.
  10. 90% minimum attendance at classes.
  11. The scholarship holders must actively participate in all the special and multidisciplinary projects proposed by the school: presentation events, supervised competitions and workshops.
  12. The scholarship holders must actively participate in the documentation of the Master activities, maintenance of the blog, description of journeys, workshops, lectures, etc.
  13. The Master course will not take place if the minimum number of students is not reached. This will mean the loss of the scholarship.
  14. Refusal to do the course during the official announcement of 2016 will give rise to the loss of the scholarship.
  15. Failure to comply with any of the obligations described will mean the loss of the scholarship.
  16. The scholarship holders give their consent to their name appearing in the Newspoint bulletin and other promotional materials of the IED.
  17. The participation period ends on the 8th January, 2016 at 18:00 h, Madrid time.
  18. The judges’ decision will be announced on the 14th of January, 2016 at 18:00 h, Madrid time, during the Design Your Day event (Open Day) and through iedmadrid.com.
  19. In accordance with Organic Law 25/1999 of the 13th of December, regarding Personal Data Protection, we inform you of the inclusion of your personal and professional data in an automated file entitled STUDENTS and FORMER STUDENTS, managed by the Istituto Europeo di Design S.L., with the aim of offering you information on the administrative processing of your academic record, course and training applications, information, scholarships and grants, events, workshops and any other promotional purpose. You are likewise informed of your right to access, rectify, cancel and oppose the use of your data, by writing to the following address: Istituto Europeo di Design, calle Larra, 14 28004 Madrid o baja@madrid.ied.es.
  20. Participation in this competition entails the acceptance of these conditions **.

*The expenses of additional didactic activities are not included in the scholarship amount.

**These conditions are correct except for printing errors and can be found at www.iedmadrid.com.

Ladies and Gentlemen: The Winners of the PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOLARSHIPS at the IED MADRID

We are pleased to announce the following SCHOLARSHIPS from the IED MADRID’s Photography department!

European Master in Fine Art Photography

The first scholarship goes to Nafis Ahmed Gazi from Dhaka (Bangladesh). Nafis was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and the portfolio he presented for the contest shows the old part of this city, its many social, political, and environmental challenges. His work documents the constant changes and feels very immediate and close to the people. In his hands, photography is a powerful, dangerous and still highly aesthetic vision of the world that surrounds us. Nafis graduated from Bangladesh International Tutorial High School in 2003 and continued his education at the London Guildhall University in Art & Design. He received a B.A. with Honors in 2008 from Pathshala, the South Asian Media Academy, with his final semester conducted abroad at the Danish School of Media and Journalism. He is a member of VII Photo Mentor Program, under the tutoring of John Stanmeyer.

The second scholarship goes to Klaus Lundi, a young image maker originally from Colombia who is now resident in Hamburg (Germany). Klaus has been published in Kaltblut Magazine and others, and is developing an experimental and quite personal work, which oscillates between portraits, lifestyle and travel photography.

The other selected finalists were:

Pezhman Zahed Banisi (UK)
Inge Trienekens (Netherlands)
Mireia Ferron Esquena (Spain)
Eoin Moylan (Ireland)
Ian Waelder (Spain)


Photobook International Specialisation Course

The first scholarship goes to Laura El-Tantawy, a British/Egyptian photographer living between Cairo and London. In 2008 she was accepted as one of 15 young photographers from around the world to participate in Reflexions Masterclass, a two-­year photography seminar directed by renowned Italian photographer Giorgia Fiorio and French curator Gabriel Bauret, and in 2013 she was part of the Northern Lights Masterclass. Laura’s work is politically and socially engaged and she will take full advantage of the possibility to bring her work in a publishable form during her stay in Madrid.

The second scholarship goes to Vicky Méndiz Casas, from Madrid. Vicky has studied both Photography and Art History and her work has been exhibited in Spain, France and Japan, mainly. We are very happy to have Vicky on board.

The other selected finalists were:

Ilkin Husyenov (Azerbaijan)
Ruta Satalovaite (Lithuania)
Melina Agustina Nelly Forciniti (Argentina)
Lilla Szász (Hungary)
Ruth Mirelly Navarro (Sweden)


Professional Photography Specialisation Course

The first scholarship goes to Tamim Jamshed, a recent graduate from Griffith College of Dublin in Photographic Media. Before that he had studied Photojournalism at Dhaka,
Bangladesh. His work has been exhibited at the Fotographia Festival in Rome, and he was the finalist of Fabrica Scholarship and Ian Parry scholarship recently. His experience in the documentary field and his interest in for authorial photography make him the ideal candidate for this course, which aims to work with a new breed of photographers who work successfully both in the commercial and the artistic field.

The second scholarship goes to Alesia Belaya, from Minsk (Belarus). She has worked as an observer for the first Belarusian interior design magazine “Majordomo” and newspapers such as “Narodnaja Volja”, and the Russian news agency RIA Novosti. She also has worked as a wedding and event photographer, yet her long term ambition is to achieve a PhD in Photography.

The other finalists were:

Marta Mantyka (Poland)
Sergio Alberto Becerril Robledo (Mexico)
Kelly Hurd (Michigan, US)
Elena Campos Cea (Spain)

The inscription for both the Specialication Course and the Master program for Professional Photography are still open.

Congratulations to all the winners from the Photography Department of the IED Madrid!

Find the official announcement here.

 


— Spanish version / version en español —

Anunciamos las BECAS DE FOTOGRAFÍA DEL IED MADRID.

Máster Europeo de Fotografía de Autor

El primer premio se otorga a Nafis Ahmed Gazi, de Dhaka (Bangladesh).
El segundo premio se otorga a Klaus Lundi, de Colombia, y residente en Hamburgo (Alemania).

Los otros finalistas eran:

Pezhman Zahed Banisi (Reino Unido)
Inge Trienekens (Países Bajos)
Mireia Ferron Esquena (España)
Eoin Moylan (Irelanda)
Ian Waelder (España)

Curso de Especialización de Photobook Internacional

El primer premio se otorga a Laura El-Tantawy, de Londres.
El segundo premio se otorga a Vicky Méndiz Casas (España) .

Los otros finalistas eran:

Ilkin Husyenov, de Baku (Azerbaijan)
Ruta Satalovaite (Lituania)
Melina Agustina Nelly Forciniti (Argentina)
Lilla Szász (Hungría)
Ruth Mirelly Navarro (Suecia)

Curso de Especialización de Fotografía Profesional

El primer premio se otorga a Tamim Jamshed, de Dublin (Irlanda).
El segundo premio se otorga a Alesia Belaya, de Minsk (Belarusia).

Los otros finalistas eran:

Marta Mantyka (Polonia)
Sergio Alberto Becerril Robledo (México)
Kelly Hurd (Michigan, EEUU)
Elena Campos Cea (España)

Las inscripciones para el Specialication Course and el Master program for Professional Photography siguen abiertas hasta llenarse el curso.

¡Desde el Area de Fotografía del IED Madrid, felicitamos a todos los ganadores!

Noticia oficial aquí.

Six scholarschips for bilingual photography courses in Madrid. Deadline extended to : Sept. 17, 2013.

IED Madrid Photography SCHOLARSHIPS:

European Master of Fine Art Photography, International Photobook and Professional Photography

Alena Zhandarova, Stipend of the EMFAPh 2011
Image: The City of Brides by Alena Zhandarova

Photography is too good to be considered simply art” (Ant!foto Manifesto, 2013). If you want to specialise in this discipline, train with one of our key programmes. We offer practical training, innovative and based on the excellence of the teaching staff and the carrying out of an individual project. Participation period: 17rd September, 2013.

A new Professional Photography Specialisation Course and the third edition of the International Photobook Specialisation Course begin this autumn. The fourth edition of the prestigious European Master in Fine Art Photography begins in January, 2014.

OBTAIN YOUR SCHOLARSHIP FOR THREE INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED COURSES
The training courses for which we are announcing scholarships are the following:

European Master of Fine Art Photography
Dates: January, 2014 – December, 2014
The practical and innovative European Master in Fine Art Photography is a unique programme based on the excellence of its teachers: Alejandro CastelloteElger EsserJoan FontcubertaAndreas Müller-PohleMartin Parr and Simon Roberts, among others.

International Photobook Specialisation Course
Dates: September, 2013 – January, 2014
During the whole process one of the most enriching aspects of the programme is that of working closely with teachers. We have with us leading figures in the photobook sector: artists, editors and international theorists of recognized academic quality, like Horacio Fernández, Martin Parr and Irina Tchmyreva, among others.

Professional Photography Specialisation Course
Dates: October, 2013 – January, 2014
The co-directors of the course, Ricardo Cases and Paul Kranzler, enjoy as much success in their commissions work as in the artistic sphere. In this programme, they will teach the student how to find a style of his/her own within professional photography.

SCHOLARSHIPS:
European Master in Fine Art Photography
One first scholarship equivalent to €8,500 off the course fee.
One second scholarship equivalent to €4,250 off the course fee.

Photobook International Specialisation Course 
One first scholarship equivalent to €1,700 off the course fee.
One second scholarship equivalent to €850 off the course fee.

Professional Photography Specialisation Course 
One first scholarship equivalent to €2,800 off the course fee.
One second scholarship equivalent to €1,400 off the course fee.

LEGAL CONDITIONS OF THE COMPETITION

1. People of any origin or nationality can take part.

2. The scholarships are awarded in a discretional way, based on the documentation received and the development potential of the candidate. The pre-selected applicants will be contacted for a brief interview in person, by telephone or skype.

3. The European Master in Fine Art Photography, the Professional Photography Specialisation Course and the International Photobook Specialisation Course are given in English. There are some activities, case studies and lectures which are given in Spanish with simultaneous translation. A medium-high level of English is required.

4. Dynamics of the competition: the participants will have to fill out the competition application form, attaching their curriculum vitae, portfolio and a motivation letter.

5. Scholarships:

– One first prize for the European Master in Fine Art Photography equivalent to €8,500 off the course fee *.

– One second prize for the European Master in Fine Art Photography equivalent to €4,250 off the course fee *.

– One first prize for the Professional Photography Specialisation Course equivalent to €2,800 off the course fee *.

– One second prize for the Professional Photography Specialisation Course equivalent to €1,400 off the course fee *.

– One first prize for the International Photobook Specialisation Course equivalent to €1,700 off the course fee *.

– One second prize for the International Photobook Specialisation Course equivalent to €850 off the course fee *.

6. All the winners will have to pay the course registration fee (€4,000 for the European Master in Fine Art Photography; €1,100 for the Professional Photography Specialisation Course; €700 for the International Photobook Specialisation Course). The winners of the second prizes will have to pay the registration fee and the difference between the price of the course and the amount of the prize (€4,000 registration fee plus €4,250 in course fees for the European Master in Fine Art Photography; €1,100 registration fee plus €1,400 in course fees for the Professional Photography Specialisation Course; €700 registration fee plus €850 in course fees for the International Photobook Specialisation Course).

7. In no case are the scholarship amounts repayable in cash.

8. To receive the grant it is ESSENTIAL to enrol and pay the registration fee within a period of 10 days starting from Friday 8st of September, 2013 the date of the announcement of the winners.

9. Rules. Winners must be aware of and observe the rules contained in the general regulations of the IED Madrid, and accept and sign the specific regulations for scholarship holders within a period of a week from the announcement of the awarding of the prize.

10. Winners must study the whole of the Master in the IED Madrid, and risk losing the scholarship if they transfer to another centre.

11. 90% minimum attendance at classes.

12. The scholarship holders must actively participate in all the special and multidisciplinary projects proposed by the school: presentation events, supervised competitions and workshops.

13. The scholarship holders must actively participate in the documentation of the Master activities, maintenance of the blog, description of journeys, workshops, lectures, etc.

14. The Masters course will not take place if the minimum number of students is not reached, This will mean the loss of the scholarship.

15. The cancellation of the course during the official announcement of 2013-2014 will give rise to the loss of the scholarship.

16. Failure to comply with any of the obligations described will mean the loss of the scholarship.

17. The scholarship holders give their consent to their name appearing in the Newspoint bulletin and other promotional materials of the IED.

18. The participation period ends on the 17 September, 2013 at 10:00, Madrid time.

19. The judges decision will be announced on the 20th of September, 2013 at 18:00, Madrid time, via iedmadrid.com.

20. In accordance with Organic Law 25/1999 of the 13th of December, regarding Personal Data Protection, we inform you of the inclusion of your personal and professional data to an automated file entitled STUDENTS and FORMER STUDENTS, managed by the Istituto Europeo di Design S.L., with the aim of offering you information on the administrative processing of your academic record, course and training applications, information, scholarships and grants, events, workshops and any other promotional purpose. You are likewise informed of your righto to access, rectify, cancel and oppose the use of your data, by writing to the following address: Istituto Europeo di Design, calle Larra, 14 28004 Madrid o baja@madrid.ied.es.

21. Participation in this competition entails the acceptance of these conditions **.

*The expenses of additional didactic activities are not included in the scholarship amount.

**These conditions are correct except for printing errors and can be found at www.iedmadrid.com.

Click here to Participate

Scholarships for Photography Master and Photobook Course in Madrid. Deadline: Sept. 10, 2012

SCHOLARSHIPS for European Master of Fine Art Photography and Photobook Course, 2012/13

Scholarships Master Fine Art Photography & Specialization Course in International Photobook

We are still committed to finding new talents. To do this, we want you to be trained along with important figures and theoreticians working in international photography, through a high-level programme designed for those who are as passionate about photography as you are. Capture your moment: right now. Take part in our scholarship competition until the 10th of September 2012!

Practical and innovative. These are the qualities of the programmes offered at the IED Madrid design school. Plus, you get to receive bilingual training from some of the most important figures in this discipline: Martin ParrElger EsserJoan Fontcuberta, Jean-François Chevrier and Alejandro Castellote, to name just a few. The quality of our courses is what makes the difference.

These are the courses we offer, for which there are scholarships available:

PRIZE:

* 1st prize for the European MA in Signature Photography worth € 8,500.

* 2nd prize for the European Ma in Signature Photography worth € 6,000.

* 3rd prize for the Specialisation Course on International Photobook creation worth € 1,700.

Do not wait until the last moment to submit, prepare all the necessary documentation ASAP to avoid last minute inconveniences!

Deadline: September 10, 2012, at 10:00 am (Madrid time).

Observe the legal terms of the contest below.

The jury shall consist of a panel of Experts including Alejandro Castellote, Javier Vallhonrat and Moritz Neumüller.

The decissions of the jury will be published  on Friday 14th OF sEPTEMBER 2012 AT 18:00, Madrid time, in iedmadrid.com.

Online form at http://iedmadrid.com/scholarships-for-ma-programmes-and-photography-and-photobook-courses/

Spanish version available

Photography Workshop with Dinu Li in Madrid

Dinu Li. Madrid – Mapping the Invisible

————> versión en español abajo <————

The book Invisible Cities (1972) by Italo Calvino explores the relationship between Marco Polo and Kublai Khan, as the Venetian merchant adopts the role of confidant to the aging emperor and thus, shares the impressions of many Mongolian cities he has visited. Due to the physical enormity of the empire, Khan himself could only experience the vastness and minute details of some of these places through Polo’s eyes and words, and through his own imagination. Calvino’s book therefore, offers an alternative approach to thinking about cities, how they are formed and how they function.

Taking Calvino’s intentions as a point of departure, students will be lead through an intense 2-day workshop of lectures, presentations and tutorials to develop individual photographic representations of their city, Madrid, and its people. Students will be residents in Madrid, or come from outside, as does Dinu Li. Together, they will create a mosaic of viewpoints, which live from the contrast, responding to the city’s very own qualities. Participants will contest the tourist gaze, to subvert the exotica and look at Madrid from many angles, in order to perceive the city in new and challenging ways.

In this assignment, students critically engage with the different forms of practice manifest in the works of key influential artists both contemporary and historical. Case studies including John Smith and Simon Faithfull will be analysed to determine modes of practice that reconfigures the symbiotic relationship between man and place.

The 2-day programme places an emphasis on developing a strong visual language as opposed to demonstrations on camera operations and computer post-production techniques.

Due to an evening commencement of the photographic assignment, students may wish to consider the use of tripods for nighttime shoots, especial for landscapes and cityscapes.

Student’s 5-minute presentations should include a tight selection of images from the project brief, supported if possible, by images from their own portfolios.

Dinu Li_IED Madrid_Máster Europeo de Fotografía

Teacher: Dinu Li
Course length: 11 hours
Schedule: Friday 20: 15-20h/Saturday 21: 11-17h July
Price: 180€

Class size: The maximum IED class size is 22 students.

Students: Photographers, artists in the Photography or in area of Communications, Advertising and Design.

Requirements: Please bring your camera and one portfolio of past work that fits in the context of the workshop.

IED Madrid provides: Computers, studio and lights, as well proof-printing. Tech support provided by departmental technicians. There will be simultaneous translation for English and Spanish

 

Brief curriculum vitae Dinu Li

Dinu Li is a British based artist working across a range of media including film, installation, performance, photography and video. Throughout his practice, Li places himself in a variety of circumstances, responding to his immediate surroundings in an attempt to understand the many cultures he encounters. Li’s output offers a visceral reaction to the world around us within the context of the times we live in. He explores the nuances of the everyday – its many rituals, routines and patterns, in relation to local and global concerns. Recent works have been situated between modes of representation, the vernacular, specific geographic and historical contexts and the intersection between the personal and the political.

 Li’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including: the 53rd Venice Biennale; the 3rd Bucharest Biennale; Bildmuseet, Umea, Sweden; Oldenburger Kunstverein, Germany; Alternative Space Loop, Seoul, Korea; Danielle Arnaud, London; Chalk Horse, Sydney through Para/Site Hong Kong; Petra Rietz Salon, Berlin; SVA, New York through Artprojx; Rivington Place, London; White Space 798, Beijing and Christian Roellin, Zurich. He has undertaken residencies with OCAT in Shenzhen, China; ArtSway Production Residency in Hampshire and Chengdu, China; and a Cornerhouse and Space Artists Exchange Residency in Central Asia. He has been a guest speaker for Tate Modern, the Victoria and Albert Museum, The British Museum and is a visiting lecturer across educational institutions in the UK and abroad.

 

IED Madrid Photography Workshops

Two years ago, the IED Madrid launched its European Master of Fine Art Photography, which has already become one of the most ambitious educational proposals in artistic photography in Europe. Therefore, we have decided to open this prestigious program for students of all disciplines, to give them the opportunity to participate in some of the highlights of the program.

The first of these workshops is among the most popular ones, with the Master Students: Dinu Li’s interdisciplinary take on the global and the local in contemporary art photography. This class will help students in photography, as well as designers and curators a vast toolkit for understanding (and capturing) today’s world. Dinu Li is an experienced speaker and known for his empathic teaching methods. This will be a weekend full of new insights, personal experiences and creative outbursts.

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Workshop de fotografía con Dinu Li en el IED Madrid

Dinu Li_IED Madrid_Máster Europeo de Fotografía
Taller de Dinu Li durante el Máster Europeo de Fotografía de Autor, 2011

Hace dos años, el IED Madrid puso en marcha su Máster Europeo de Fotografía de Autor, convertido en una de las propuestas más ambiciosas en la educación de la fotografía artística en Europa. Por esta razón, hemos decidido abrir este prestigioso programa a estudiantes de todas las disciplinas con el fin de darles la oportunidad de participar en algunos de los talleres más destacados del programa.

El primero de estos talleres es uno de los más populares entre los estudiantes del máster: el enfoque interdisciplinar de Dinu Li sobre lo global y lo local en la fotografía artística contemporánea. Esta clase aporta a los estudiantes de fotografía, así como a diseñadores y comisarios, un conjunto de herramientas para la comprensión del mundo actual de la mano de un profesor experimentado y conocido por sus empáticos métodos de enseñanza.

Disfruta de un fin de semana (20 y 21 de julio) lleno de nuevas ideas, experiencias personales y explosiones creativas.

EN QUÉ CONSISTE EL TALLER
Madrid – Mapping the invisible

El libro Las ciudades invisibles (1972) de Italo Calvino explora la relación entre Marco Polo y Kublai Khan, en la cual el mercader veneciano adopta el papel de confidente del anciano emperador y, por tanto, comparte sus impresiones sobre muchas de las ciudades de Mongolia que ha visitado. Debido a la gran magnitud física del imperio, el mismo Khan sólo puede experimentar la inmensidad y los pequeños detalles de algunos de estos lugares a través de los ojos y las palabras de Polo, y a través de su propia imaginación. El libro de Calvino, por lo tanto, ofrece un enfoque alternativo para pensar en las ciudades, cómo se forman y cómo funcionan.

Tomando las intenciones de Calvino como punto de partida, los alumnos serán guiados a través de un taller intensivo de dos días de clases, presentaciones y tutorías para desarrollar individualmente representaciones fotográficas de la ciudad de Madrid y de su gente.

Los estudiantes serán residentes en Madrid, o de fuera, como el propio Dinu Li. Juntos crearán un mosaico de puntos de vista, que se nutrirá del contraste, lo que responde a las cualidades propias de la ciudad. Los participantes retarán la mirada del turista, para subvertir el exotismo y mirar Madrid desde muchos ángulos, con el fin de percibir la ciudad de maneras nuevas y desafiantes.

En esta tarea, los estudiantes analizarán de forma crítica las diferentes prácticas manifiestas en las obras de los principales artistas influyentes, tanto contemporáneos como históricos. Los casos de estudio como John Smith y Simon Faithfull serán analizados para determinar las prácticas que reconfiguran la relación simbiótica entre el hombre y el lugar.

El programa de 2 días da prioridad al desarrollo de un lenguaje visual sólido frente a las demostraciones técnicas sobre operaciones de cámara y post-producción.

Debido a que la tarea fotográfica comenzará por la tarde-noche, los alumnos podrían considerar el uso de trípodes para las tomas nocturnas, en el caso de querer tomar paisajes urbanos y rurales.

Las presentaciones de 5 minutos de los alumnos deben incluir una selección coherente de imágenes del proyecto, apoyadas en lo posible por imágenes de sus propios porfolios.

Currículum Vítae Dinu Li

Artista afincado en Inglaterra que trabaja con diferentes medios como el cine, la instalación, la performance, la fotografía y el vídeo. A lo largo de su práctica, Li se sitúa en múltiples circunstancias en respuesta a su entorno inmediato, en un intento de entender las muchas culturas con las que se encuentra. Como resultado, ofrece una reacción visceral al mundo que nos rodea en el contexto de los tiempos que vivimos. Li explora los matices de la vida cotidiana: sus rituales, rutinas y patrones en relación a las preocupaciones locales y globales.

Sus trabajos recientes se han situado entre los modos de representación, lo autóctono, los contextos específicos geográficos e históricos y la intersección entre lo personal y lo político.

El trabajo de Li ha sido expuesto nacional e internacionalmente: Bienal de Venecia; Bienal de Bucarest; Bildmuseet, Umea, Suecia; Oldenburger Kunstverein, Alemania; Alternative Space Loop, Seúl, Corea; Danielle Arnaud, Londres; Chalk Horse, Sydney a través de Para/Site Hong Kong; Petra Rietz Salon, Berlín; SVA, Nueva York a través de Artprojx; Rivington Place, Londres; White Space 798, Pekín y Christian Roellin, Zúrich. Asimismo, ha realizado residencias con OCAT en Shenzhen, China; una residencia de producción ArtSway en Hampshire y Chengdu, China; y otra residencia de intercambio Cornerhouse y Artists Space en Asia Central. Además, ha sido conferenciante invitado en la Tate Modern, el Victoria and Albert Museum, el Museo Británico y es profesor visitante en diversas instituciones educativas en el Reino Unido y en el extranjero.

Workshop de fotografía en el IED Madrid
Maestro
: Dinu Li
Duración del curso: 11 horas
Horario: Viernes 20 de julio: 15-20h
Sábado 21 de julio: 11-17h
Precio: 180 €
Dónde
: IED Madrid
C/ Larra, 14.
Número de alumnos
: el tamaño máximo es de 22 alumnos.
Alumnos: fotógrafos, artistas del campo de la fotografía o profesionales de las áreas de comunicaciones, publicidad y diseño.
Requisitos
: trae tu cámara y un porfolio de trabajos anteriores que encaje en el contexto del taller.
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Galería de Imágenes | Workshop de fotografía con Dinu Li en el IED Madrid

Press The Star_Dinu Li
Age of Transition_Dinu Li
Age of Transition_Dinu Li
Age of Transition_Dinu Li
Press The Star_Dinu Li
Press The Star_Dinu Li
Secrets Shadows_Dinu Li
Secrets Shadows_Dinu Li
Secrets Shadows_Dinu Li

The best CARTE DE VISITE for a school are its students (Lumi Awards Winners 2011)

In 2011 twelve influential educational establishments specialized in visual arts was invited to participate in the contest, representing the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Finland, Germany, Portugal and Spain.The organizing committee received a good number of high quality entries from some truly talented photography students.

The contest Head Judge, Mr. Jens Erdman Rasmussen, Curator of Photography at The National Museum of Photography, Denmark, has now selected the four winners: three Honorary Awards and the First Prize winner (EUR 5000), which will be a part of the permanent LUMI Collection.

The winning work will be revealed officially at the Prize Ceremony in Helsinki, Finland, on 15th December, 2011. The winning work will be displayed at http://www.lumiawards2011.com on the same day.Our heartfelt congratulations to the following talents:

The First Prize Winner
Anne Golaz (CH), Aalto University

The Honorary Awards
Jonny Briggs (UK), Royal College of Art
Kay Gardiner (UK), University of Westminster
Wawi Navarroza (PH), Istituto Europeo Di Design, Madrid

Let’s celebrate with all the Winners and their teachers!