Welcome to the New Year! We at prism thought it would be nice to start the year by reflecting on the past year. 2012 was a brilliant year for us!
In 2012 we have featured over 100 talented photographers, both emerging and established names from contemporary photo-scene. We have built a strong audience, released two special issues coinciding with International Polaroid Show and PhotoIreland Festival. We also reached the finals of The Irish Web Awards being nominated in the most prestigious category - The Best Online Magazine.
However, it would not have been possible without the support of each and every one of you! So thank you!
Our mission here at prism has always been to provide a platform for emerging contemporary photographers, a place where discussions begin and a place for contemplation and reflection. In 2013 we have made our resolutions and we aim to become even bigger and better.
Our plan for 2013 is to continue to deliver the "creme de la creme" of contemporary photography and to stimulate the photographic communities in Ireland and abroad. We have ambitions to grow bigger and more beautiful, we want to surprise you. We have also put on new clothes, change our design, layout and format as a shape of new, amazing things to come. We have been working hard on new plans for 2013 to host a series of talks and events that will advance the visual art scene and culture. We hope you can join us on this new adventure.
prism #09 featured photographers:
David Creedon (Behind Open Doors), Maury Gortemiller (Do the Priest in Diffrent Voices), Dominik Tarabanski & Mateusz Paja (SVRFACE), Anyse Ducharme (The Quality or State of being Real), Lisa Fairstein (Ultra-Static), Dawid Misiorny (WYSIWYG), Eran Gilat (Life Science), Emma Critchley (The Breath), Maarten Boswijk (Eventually, when the Roads get Better), Helen Goodin (Source), Renata Mia Kohlerova (Women who Run with the Wolves), Eva Vermandel (Splinter), Martin McGagh (The Advancement of Learing) + 2012 retrospection