“I was speaking to four different publishers and I really wasn’t sure about which direction to go in, but then Brian said, ‘why on earth aren’t you self-publishing this?’ and I realised he was right.”
Tag: Julia Fullerton-Batten
Ahead of her self-publishing masterclass in partnership with Academy 1854, the renowned British photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten joins us to discuss her upcoming photobook, Looking Out From Within
With a new Kickstarter campaign underway, the British photographer is set to turn her acclaimed cinematic series, Looking Out From Within, into a photobook. Ahead of her photobook masterclass in partnership with Academy 1854, she tells us more about the project
Most photographers dream of signing with an agent. But how do you get their attention? James Gerrard-Jones, managing director at Wyatt-Clarke & Jones, shares what he’s looking for.
The fifth edition of PhotoBrussels Festival launches today, highlighting work made in confinement
“The works selected here have all run up against a more or less bitter-sweet reality, and their authors have liberally arranged, glued, assembled, masked and cut out the components of that reality in order to present it to us as something different, eminently subjective, and decidedly moving,” writes Raphaëlle Stopin, artistic advisor for the 2018 Prix HSBC. She’s writing of the 12 photographers shortlisted for two top prizes, which this year have gone Antoine Bruy (France, 1986) and Petros Efstathiadis (Greece, 1980). The other shortlisted photographers are: Olivia Gay (France, 1973), with the series Envisagées; Karin Crona (Sweden 1968), De la possibilité d’une image; Elsa Leydier (France, 1988), Platanos con platino; Sandra Mehl (France, 1980), Ilona et Maddelena; Shinji Nagabe (Brazil, 1975), Espinha; Michele Palazzi (Italy 1984), Finisterrae; Walker Pickering (USA, 1980), Esprit de corps; Marie Quéau (France, 1985), Odds and ends; Brea Souders (USA, 1978), Film electric; and Vladimir Vasilev (Bulgaria, 1977), T(h)races.
Julia Fullerton-Batten has often trained her camera on women. Her first series was a semi-autobiographical…