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Hyères 2011

  • Andrey Bogush
  • Kim Boske
  • Émile Hyperion Dubuisson
  • Katarina Elvén
  • Ina Jang
  • Anouk Kruithof
  • Mårten Lange
  • Marie Quéau
  • Awoiska van der Molen
  • Marc Philip van Kempen
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The Jury will be consituted of 11 members. Among them :  

Magdalene Keaney, Creative Director and Curator, Fashion Space, London
Magdalene Keaney is a curator and writer.  Formerly a curator at the Australian National Portrait Gallery, she held a research fellowship with the photography collection at the Victoria & Albert Museum and subsequently worked with the fashion photography agency M.A.P (Management and Production). She has written widely on photography including for Acne Paper, Aperture, Chinese Vogue, Portfolio, Photofile and Exit magazines. Her first book, World’s Top Photographers: Fashion and Advertising was published by RotoVision in 2007. Keaney was Associate Curator of Photographs at the National Portrait Gallery, London, where she curated "Irving Penn Portraits" (2010) and was the author of the catalogue accompanying the exhibition. She is currently Curator and Creative Director of the Fashion Space Gallery at London College of Fashion.

Winfried Heininger, Founder and Creative Director, Kodoji Press, Baden
Winfried Heininger, lives and works as a designer and publisher in Baden, Switzerland. He has a long-time experience in the different fields of the publishing industry, namely design, editing, and publishing. He was the co-founder and co-owner of in Cologne. In 2000 he won the Swiss Expo.02 competition and co-designed and developed the uniforms/outfits for the entire staff. In 2007, he established Kodoji Press in Baden, a new publishing house devoted to photography and art. Currently, he regularly conducts workshops in editing at the ECAL, University of art and design Lausanne, Switzerland, and lectures at various other schools. His books have been awarded such as The Most Beautiful Swiss Books, Prix du Livre, Rencontres d‘Arles, Best Book Design from all over the World, German Photo Book Prize and in 2010 Kodoji Press received the Publisher Prize at Salon Light in Paris.

Tom Watt, Art Director, ArtReview:, London

Tom Watt is the art director of the contemporary art publication ArtReview. He commissions and directs fashion and art photographers alike, recognizing the cultural crossovers and bringing together the energy of both in the creation of an aggressively contemporary publication. Working with an established network of artists and photographers, alongside emerging talent, Tom has proven experience creating iconic imagery and identities for leading brands and magazine titles.

Jennifer Pastore, Photography Director, Teen Vogue, New York
Jennifer Pastore is the Photo Director of Teen Vogue Magazine, which she joined in 2008 after working for T: The New York Times Style Magazine as the Associate Photo Editor. In addition to her work at Teen Vogue, Jennifer is on the board of The Society of Publication Designers and was recently the Photography Chair of the SPD biennial photography and illustration auction. In addition, she teaches in the BFA photography program at Parsons The New School for Design. Her work has been recognized by American Photography, The Society of Publication Designers, Graphis, The American Society of Magazine Editors, Photo District News and the Society of Newspaper Design.

Nathalie Herschdorfer, Curator, Foundation
for the Exhibition of Photography, Lausanne

Exhibition curator and art historian Nathalie Herschdorfer specialises in photography. She is director of the Alt. +1000 (Switzerland) film festival and exhibition curator for the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography (Minneapolis, Paris, Lausanne), and has been curator of the Musée de l’Elysée, Switzerland, for twelve years. Her numerous exhibitions have led her to collaborate with renowned photographers (Leonard Freed, Ray K. Metzker, Valérie Belin, etc.) and prestigious museums (the Kunsthaus in Zurich, the Jeu de Paume in Paris, the Museo Nacional Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Fondation Aperture in New York, etc.). Her projects include several contemporary photography group exhibitions (‘Teen City, l’aventure adolescente’; ‘Faire Face, la mort du portrait’; ‘reGeneration, photographes de demain’). She is the author of the book Afterwards: Contemporary Photography Confronting the Past, to be published by Thames & Hudson, London, in 2011. She is currently working on a large fashion photography exhibition organised by the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography, a show will tour in Europe and the United States in 2012.

Colette Olof, Curator, FOAM, Amsterdam

Colette Olof has been working as a curator at Foam since 2002 and in this role she has initiated successful exhibitions such as the retrospectives by Guy Bourdin, Lee Miller & Man Ray (2004), Henri Cartier-Bresson (2005) and Ari Marcopoulos (2009). She has also been responsible for group exhibitions such as The Kate Show (2006) and Photography – in reverse (2009). Together with the French photographer JR and fashion designer and photographer Hedi Slimane (2007) she produced exciting installations inside and outside of the museum. Her qualities as a curator lie with signalling new trends in photography and new media, and scouting for young and talented photographers. In Foam 3h Olof shows every six weeks a young and promising (inter)national talent. She is responsible for the collection and the library of Foam as well. Olof is also much in demand as a speaker, jury member and portfolio reviewer at photography events, such as the Steenbergen Stipendium, Photo Espana and Picture Berlin.

Yannick Bouillis, Founder & Director, Offprint, Amsterdam and Paris

Yannick Bouillis is the founder of Offprint (Amsterdam & Paris), an Artist book fair for photo-publications. After having studied philosophy (Tuebingen, Germany), he became journalist for Asahi Shimbun, leading japanese daily newspaper, in Paris. Bouillis’ speciality was Politics and Foreign policies. In 2007, he started, an online bookshop specialised in Dutch publications from independant publishers and Academies. In May 2011, he will launch an Art book fair for Contemporary art publishers in Amsterdam. He gives lectures about Contemporary photography, Artist books and Publishing strategies. He lives currently in Amsterdam.

Faye Dowling, Picture Editor, Dazed & Confused, London
Faye Dowling is the photographic editor of Dazed & Confused. where she works with both emerging and world renowned photographers across fashion, editorial and art. Faye has also worked as a photography editor and art buyer for Winkreative, Frieze, Varoom, Eye and Pictured, as a photography lecturer at London College of Fashion and as a curator of projects such as the New Photographers showcase and exhibitions such as This Modern Life at Senko Studio. Her forthcoming title "The Book of Skulls" will be published by Laurence King in Autumn 2011. 

Jason Evans, photographer, UK
Jason Evans is a photographer in the broadest sense. He also writes for Photoworks and Aperture and teaches at the University of Wales, Newport.
His fashion images are concerned with ideas about being. His music industry work considers the relationship between sound and vision. Recent projects include the curation of a new survey show of 90's British Photography for the Photomonth at Krakow and his work from those years was included in the 'Not in Fashion' show at MMK, Frankfurt. He is currently engaged in researching contemporary Japanese photobooks. See more here:

Marc Feustel, Curator, blogger, Eyecurious, Paris
Marc Feustel is an independent curator, writer and blogger based in Paris. A specialist in Japanese photography, he is the author of Japan: a self-portrait, photographs 1945–1964 and a founding director of Studio Equis, an organisation devoted to broadening access to the visual arts between Japan and the West. He has curated several exhibitions including Japan A Self-Portrait, 1945-1964 (Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo), Tokyo Stories (Kulturhuset, Stockholm) and Eikoh Hosoe: Theatre of Memory (Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney) and is a regular contributor to photography magazines including Foam, Fantom, Some/things, VU MAG and Lensculture. He blogs about photography and photo-books at

Lisa Naftolin, Executive director of creative brand development Nars Cosmetics, New York
Lisa Naftolin is Executive director of creative brand development at NARS Cosmetics. Previously she was the Creative director of Art + Commerce, an agency representing image makers including photographers, stylists, and creative directors. Her editorial work includes many years as an art director at publications including The New York Times Magazine and Architecture. She has been a visiting artist at Cooper Union, a visiting critic in Design at Yale, and is currently a mentor in the Photography program at The School of Visual Arts, New York.