reGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow

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reGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow


Anoush Abrar,
Keren Assaf,
Christoph Bangert,
Samantha Bass,
Jaret Belliveau,
Marco Bohr,
Mauren Brodbeck,
Matthias Bruggmann,
Bianca Brunner,
Song Chao,
Natalie Czech,
Raphael Dallaporta,
Katerina Drzkova,
Julie Edel Hardenberg,
Leo Fabrizio,
Miklos Gaal,
Gerald Garbez,
Tarik Hayward,
Raphael Hefti,
Aimee Hoving,
Pieter Hugo,
Milo Keller,
Idris Khan,
Gabor Arion Kudasz,
Eva Lauterlein,
Lucy Levene,
Remy Lidereau,
Marcello Mariana,
Oren Noy,
Ryo Ohwada,
Suellen Parker,
Ted Partin,
Charlotte Player,
Nicholas Prior,
Valerie rouyer,
Marla Butherford,
Johann Ryno De Wet,
Martina Sauter,
Josef Schulz,
Mona Schweizer,
Caroline Shepard,
Angela Strassheim,
Cathrine Sundqvist,
Shigeru Takato,
Petur Thomsen,
Mieke Van De Voort,
Raffael Waldner,
Chih-Chien Wang,
Carlin Wing,
Pablo Zuleta Zahr

Thames & Hudson

224 Pages
2005
ISBN 9780500285824
Softcover
United Kingdom
23.2 x 27 cm

What are young photographers up to at the outset of the twenty-first century? How do they see the world? How much do they respect, build on or reject tradition? Are they busy in the darkroom or in the computer lab–or both? reGeneration sets out to discover answers to these intriguing questions, previewing the work of 50 photographers who may well emerge as some of the finest of their generation. This remarkable book, the broadest and most enterprising survey of its kind, showcases the creativity, ingenuity and inspiration of these up-and-coming artists in over 200 superb images. Curators at the world-renowned Musee de l’Elysee in Lausanne, France, selected the featured photographers from hundreds of candidates submitted by more than 60 of the world’s top photography schools. The panel’s choice was made with one key question in mind: are these images likely to be known in 20 years’ time? The results show that, as the new century builds momentum, the art of photography is alive and well, and photographers of extraordinary talent are already making their mark.

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