Photo: Roisin White
Photo: Roisin White
LANDSKRONA FOTO & BREADFIELD DUMMY AWARD 2024
LANDSKRONA FOTO & BREADFIELD DUMMY AWARD 2024
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Jurors
Clare Strand
Clare Strand

Clare Strand is a UK-based artist who works with, but mostly against the photographic medium. Over the past 25 yrs, she has made work with found imagery, kinetic machinery, web programmes, fairground attractions and most recently, large-scale paintings and chamber music. She often rejects the default settings of the photographic medium and instead and without apology, welcomes a subtle, slow-burn, approach. Her practice is situated somewhere between control and a willful acceptance of chance. Strand has produced 4 publications to date, including Clare Strand Monograph published by Steidl (2009), Skirts published by GOST (2014) Girl Plays with Snake published by MACK (2017) and Negatives for Fun with Clare Strand Photography published by Multipress (2019). Strand was one of the four nominees for the Deutsche Borse prize ( 2020). She is currently represented by Parrotta Contemporary Art, Cologne/Bonn.

Jacob Birch
Jacob Birch

Jacob Birch is a graphic designer and publisher, living and working in Copenhagen, Denmark. Birch is founding partner in Spine Studio. The Studio works primarily with printed matter, visual identity, concept development and project management for local and international clients in arts, culture and publishing, with a strong emphasis on photo books. Birch and his partner from Spine Studio, Finn Wergel Dahlgren, founded Marrow Press in 2023. Marrow Press moves in the fields of art, culture and design. Their ambition is to publish contemporary works of the highest quality and relevance with a focus on content, conversation and the physical form of the book as object. Marrow Press has already published the photobook Salad Days by danish photographer Fryd Frydendahl, the monograph Personal Statement with Swedish artist Astris Svangren and are about to publish Necromancer with greenlandic photographer Inuuteq Storch.

Jenny Lindhe
Jenny Lindhe

Jenny Lindhe works as a curator and artist, educated at School of Photography, Göteborg University. She is the Head of Exhibitions at Landskrona Art hall & Museum / Landskrona Foto. She is also the founder and organiser of the book prize Landskrona Foto & Breadfield Dummy Award and the publisher of Breadfield Press.

Philippe Séclier
Philippe Séclier

A former journalist, Philippe Séclier is interested in photography in all its forms. He has published five books: Hôtel Puerto (2001), an ongoing study of ports around the world; The Long Road of Sand (2005), in the footsteps of Italian writer and filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini; El camino de Tulahuèn (2014), in the footsteps of Chilean photographer Sergio Larrain; Atlas Tadao Ando, a visual accumulation of over 120 buildings by the famous Japanese architect (2021) and most recently Real Road Test, in the footsteps of Ed Ruscha (2024). He has also directed one documentary film, An American Journey (2009), which tells the story of Robert Frank's book, The Americans. Philippe Séclier is also co-director of the Des oiseaux collection, published by Atelier EXB, and an exhibition curator. Autophoto was presented at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain in Paris, in 2017, Depardon USA at the Rencontres internationales de la photographie d'Arles, in summer 2018, Bernard Plossu - Échappées américaines at the festival Présence (s) Photographie, in Montélimar, in 2019, and Roger Ballen-Enigma, at Galerie Les Douches, in Paris, in 2023. He is also co-curator of the exhibition Des oiseaux, currently touring Europe.

Rasmus Vasli
Rasmus Vasli

Rasmus Vasli (b. 1986) is a Norwegian gallerist and curator who mainly works with young, up-and-coming artists within the contemporary photography scene. He completed a 'Master of Arts Photography' in 2011 from the University of the Arts London. Since 2013 he has been the director and co-founder of Vasli Souza. One of few well-established galleries in the Nordics with an exclusive focus on art photography. Rasmus has a genuine interest in human emotions and relations, and often adds a touch of humor and uncanniness to his curatorial projects. As a gallerist, he strives to show diversity through both national and international projects, and works actively to find artists whose work previously has gone under the radar. Since opening in 2013, he has exhibited names such as Ren Hang (CH), Zanele Muholi (ZA), Karolina Wojtas (PL), Sami Parkkinen (FI), Pixy Liao (CH), Yushi Li (CH), Andrea Gjestvang (NO ) AdeY (GB/SE) and Nelli Palomäki (FI). As well as participating in larger art fairs such as Unseen Amsterdam (2018, 19, 21 and 22) Paris Photo (2021 and 2022) and MIA Milan (2021). In 2022 Vasli was appointed the position as curator of the Nordic Light Festival of Photography, and has since contributed to the festival as head of the artistic board.

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