Survival International photography competition winners showcase at The Little Black Gallery
18 November 2014
The global movement for tribal people’s rights, Survival International, held an open call photography competition to mark the charity’s 45th anniversary. The competition celebrates the medium of photography’s ability to raise awareness of tribal and indigenous people, and was open to both amateur and professional photographers. The winning entries have been included in the new We, the People 2015 Survival International calendar, available to purchase here.
The winning photographs will be on display at the renowned fine art photography specialist, The Little Black Gallery, from 2nd – 16th December. The overall winner was awarded to Giordano Cipriani for a portrait of the heavily painted and adorned Asurini do Tocantins tribesman from the Brazilian Amazon pictured above.
Find out more about the winning photographic works set for exhibition here.
John Jones is pleased to have framed the winning photographs for exhibition in a square FSC regulated poplar wood profile, which is sprayed black/brown and waxed to a sleek finish, before being glazed with 3mm Perspex. The photographs were displayed using Mylar photo corners and a 4 ply white rising acid free mount board for their conservation benefits.
Click here to find out about preservation and presentation of photographic works.