The evaluation committee is composed of photo editors, journalists, curators renown in the world of photography. After each workshop, each participant’s portfolio will be sent to the members of the committee so they can write a synthetic portfolio review. Each participant will have its work reviewed by one member of the committee. The review will then be published on the eyesinprogress.com participant’s very own page.
European photo coordinator The New York Times, France/USA
Daphné Anglès is a Paris-based assignments editor for the The New York Times. A Franco-American graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, she has worked with The New York Times for over 20 years. She has served as Secretary of the World Press Photo jury since 2009 and sat on juries for awards such as the Canon Female Photojournalist, Bayeux War Correspondent, Prix Webdocumentaire France 24, Carmignac, Scanpix Swedish Photography. She also curates photo exhibitions at the Central Dupon gallery in Paris. Daphné will be part of the evaluation committee of Eyes in Progress for the following workshops: David Burnett, Ed Kashi and Michael Ackerman. www.nytimes.com
Photoeditor International Herald Tribune
After graduating in 2003, Gaia started working for the italian photo agency Grazia Neri, in charge of the photographers’ editorial production, assignments and selection of new photographers. In 2007, she became photoeditor for the italian magazine Amica and moved to Paris to work for the International Herald Tribune in 2011. She is also a book editor, curator and reviews portfolios during photofestivals. Gaia will be part of the evaluation committee of Eyes in Progress for the following workshops: Sacha, Richard Dumas and Patrick Zachmann. www.ihtinfo.com
Curator at KUNST HAUS WIEN, writer and photographer, Austria
Since 2009 he works as curator for KUNST HAUS WIEN, responsible for several exhibitions of photography including Tina Modotti, René Burri, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Elliott Erwitt. His writings include books on Pablo Picasso, Tina Modotti and Friedensreich Hundertwasser. His personal photographic work circles around aspects of life and intensity, humans and their expressions and traces in the world. He served on numerous juries including Prix Ars Electronica from 2004 to 2007. www.kunsthauswien.com / http://ajhirsch.tumblr.com/curatorial
Director at GEO magazine, Spain
Julián studied Journalism at Complutense University of Madrid, he completes his studies in Northern American Universities (Michigan State University, University of Tennessee). He then starts his profesional career in the Communications department of Hachette Filipacchi, and works in Paris Match and Deviajes newsdesks. In 2001, he decides to create his own media company Pilot Press and since 2007, he is the Director of GEO magazine in Spain, owned by German group G+J. www.mundo-geo.es
Director of Photography at Marie Claire, France
After Communication studies, Corinne Hamel started her carreer as a photographers agent then she worked as art buyer and freelance picture editor for the main communications agencies. She is also the co-founder of the website www.distinctimage.eu. Since 2011, she is the head of the photography department at Marie Claire in France. www.marieclaire.fr
Editor-in-chief of international photography magazine GUP, Netherlands
He holds an MA in MediaStudies (University of Amsterdam, 2001) and Photographic Studies (University Leiden, 2009). Since 2008, he has collaborated with Dutch-Turkish photographer Ahmet Polat in a longitudinal project on Turks of African descent. Since 2009, he also works as Editor-in-chief for GUP magazine. www.gupmagazine.com/.
Free lance curator and teacher of History of photography, Spain
Since 1995, Marta Dahó has curated an important number of exhibitions and editorial projects for internationally renowned institutions, such as: Magnum Photos (2001 – 2005), The Art Contemporary Foundation Metrònom in Barcelona (1995 – 2001). More recently, she has been a free-lance curator for the Mapfre Foundation (Madrid) and has also prepared a large retrospective on Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide.
Photographer and cofounder at Daylight Publishing, United States of America
Taj Forer is a photographic artist, publisher and educator. He received his MFA in Photography from UNC-Chapel Hill (where he is currently a Lecturer in the Department of Art) and his BA from Sarah Lawrence College. Forer is the author of two books of his own photography, Stone by Stone and Threefold Sun. His photographs have been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world and can be found in private and public collections throughout the United States and Europe. He is a Cofounder and current Editor of Daylight, the celebrated international photography publisher. www.daylightmag.org
Head of exhibitions, Foundation MAPFRE, Spain
Nadia Arroyo joined Fundación Mapfre in 2006. Coordinator of exhibitions until April 2009, she subsequently became Head of Travelling exhibitions, overseeing exhibitions primarily outside of Madrid. In January 2011 she was promoted to Head of Exhibitions supervising the organisation of the department. Nadia obtained her degree in History of Fine Arts from the Universidad Autónoma, before moving to Paris and completing an internship at the Musée du Louvre. Nadia is currently working on a PHD on photography. Her thesis focuses on key Spanish photographer Alberto García Alix. www.mapfre.com/fundacion
Editor-in-chief at Il Fotografo, Italy
After studying politics (Indirizzo Internazionale), Sandro became a journalist and a photo critic. Since 1999, he has been responsible of Il Fotografo magazine and has been recently appointed as the Head of Photo Division at Sprea Editori SpA. In 2010, he curated the project RomaProvinciaCreativa. He has also collaborated with RAI-Radio 1, RAI-Radio 3, Radio 24, Paese Sera, Il Manifesto, F&D, Reflex. www.sandroiovine.com
International Center of Photography, NYC, United States of America
After studying International Affairs at Science Po in Paris, she started working for Magnum Photos in 2001. She then joined Martine Franck, Agnès Sire and Henri Cartier-Bresson to prepare the opening of the Henri Cartier-Bresson foundation. In February 2009, she started working for the photography department of the Museum of Modern Art where she worked with Peter Galassi. In May 2010, she joined the Capa archive and currently works with curator Cynthia Young. www.icp.org