Every year Foam organises the Foam Talent Call to identify young and international talents. From a total of 1208 submissions from 67 different countries in 2015, 21 photographers were selected to be featured in the annual Foam Magazine Talent Issue.
Maldoror, Chant Cinquième 2014 © Jean-Vincent Simonet, courtesy of the artist
EXHIBITION AND SYMPOSIA
On 10 November 2015 the exhibition Foam Talent 2015 opened at Atelier Néerlandais in Paris. The show brings together the work of these young talents, who tell different and personal stories with their portfolios. Through this exhibition Foam presents its views on the current state of photography and creates a platform that introduces emerging talents in the international world of photography.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a symposium about emerging talent in photography on November 13 in Atelier Néerlandais, Paris.
ABOUT FOAM MAGAZINE’S TALENT ISSUE
Each year the Talent Issue of Foam Magazine features the works of photographers selected through the Foam Talent Call. Each photographer’s portfolio is accompanied by an essay that offers insight into the nature and concept of the project. The Talent Issue is an inspiring and relevant overview of the developments being made by a new generation of image-makers from around the world. Order your copy now.
FOAM TALENT 2015 EXHIBITION TOUR SCHEDULE
As in past years, a selection of the work of the photographers from the Foam magazine Talent Issue is presented in a travelling exhibition across several international locations:
The annual Foam Magazine Talent Issue and the related Talent Program is supported by the Niemeijer Fund.
WITH WORK BY
Aaron Blum (US), Alessandro Calabrese (Italy), Tom Callemin (Belgium), Sara Cwynar (Canada), David Favrod (Japan), Dominic Hawgood (UK), Peng Guo (China), Heikki Kaski (Finland), Matthew Leifheit (US), & Cynthia Talmadge (US), Mariam Medvedeva (France), Abel Minnée (The Netherlands), Marton Perlaki (Hungary), Constantin Schlachter (France), Sjoerd Knibbeler (The Netherlands), Justin James Reed (US), Johan Rosenmunthe (Denmark), Jean-Vincent Simonet (France), Danila Tkachenko (Russia), Naohiro Utagawa (Japan), Christian Vium (Denmark) and Manon Wertenbroek (Switzerland).