News - Fondazione MAST - Photography Grant on industry and work / 2020

SEVENTH EDITION OF THE MASTPHOTOGRANT SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED

The five finalists of the Seventh Edition of the MAST Foundation for Photography Grant on Industry and Work selected by the Jury are: Farah Al-Qasimi, Hicham Gardaf, Lebohang Kganye, Maria Mavropoulou, Salvatore Vitale.

The finalists will have 8 months – from February to October 2022 – to complete their research projects on the topic “Industry, Society and Territory”.

The exhibition of the shortlisted projects will be on show at the MAST in early 2023.

Launch of the seventh edition

On October 25th 2021 the new Jury met to launch the seventh edition of the Grant.
The selected nominators will identify the candidates who will be invited to take part in the award.

Alinka Echeverría nominated winner of the sixth edition

The Jury met on October 6th to select the winner of the sixth edition of the MAST Photography Grant 2020. The works were all considered of a very high quality.
Alinka Echeverría was nominated as winner of the contest.

THE EXHIBITION OF THE SIXTH EDITION OPENS AT MAST

The works of the five finalists of the Grant – Chloe Dewe Mathews, Alinka Echeverría, Maxime Guyon, Aapo Huhta and Pablo López Luz – will be on show from October 8th 2020 to January 3rd 2021.

The winner will be announced on October 7th.

THE FINALISTS OF THE MAST FOUNDATION FOR PHOTOGRAHY GRANT, SIXTH EDITION

The five finalists of the Sixth Edition of the MAST Foundation for Photography Grant on Industry and Work, selected by the jury are:
Chlowe Dewe Mathews (United Kingdom), Alinka Echeverría (Mexico/United Kingdom), Maxime Guyon (Switzerland), Aapo Huhta (Finland), Pablo López Luz (Mexico).

The finalists will have 9 months – from December 15th , 2018 to September 15th , 2019 – to complete their research projects on the theme “Industry, Society and Territory”. A tutor will follow their projects and provide a reference point for the artists.

MAST FOUNDATION FOR PHOTOGRAPHY GRANT ON INDUSTRY AND WORK 2018

The exhibition of the works of the four finalists Mari Bastashevski (Denmark-Russia), Sara Cwynar (Canada), Sohei Nishino (Japan) and Cristobal Olivares (Chile), curated by Urs Stahel, will take place at MAST from January 31st until May 1st, 2018.
The winner of the fifth edition of GD4PhotoArt will be announced on the occasion of the opening of the show. Starting from this year the competition will change its name and will become MAST FOUNDATION FOR PHOTOGRAPHY GRANT ON INDUSTRY AND WORK.

THE FINALISTS OF THE GD4PHOTOART FIFTH EDITION

The four finalists for the fifth edition of the GD4PhotoArt competition, selected by the jury are: Mari Bastashevski, Sara Cwynar, Sohei Nishino and Cristobal Olivares.

The finalists will have 8 months – unti August 28, 2017 – to complete their research projects on the theme “Industry, Society and Territory”. A tutor will follow their projects and provide a reference point for the artists.

GD4PHOTOART 2015 COMPETITION FINALISTS

Projects of the finalists and winner of the competition held during Foto/Industria, the second edition of the Industrial Photography Biennial held in Bologna from last 3 October to 2 November are on view at MAST.
The exhibition features the works of Marc Roig Blesa, Raphaël Dallaporta, Madhuban Mitra & Manas Bhattacharya, and the winner of the 2015 edition, Óscar Monzón.

THE FINALISTS OF THE GD4PHOTOART FOURTH EDITION

The four finalists for the fourth edition of the GD4PhotoArt competition, selected by the jury are: Marc Roig Blesa, Manas Bhattacharya & Madhuban Mitra, Raphael Dallaporta and Oscar Monzón.

The finalists will have 11 months – from May 30, 2014 to April 30, 2015 – to complete their research projects on the theme “Industry, Society and Territory”. A tutor will follow their projects and provide a reference point for the artists.

GD4PHOTOART AT FOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA 2013

GD4PhotoArt will be present at the eighth edition of Fotografia Europea, the international photography festival that has taken place every year in Reggio Emilia since 2006. This year, the opening days will be held from May 3-5, with exhibitions until June 16.

GD4PhotoArt will present the works of Jiang Jun, Txema Salvans, Andrea Stultiens and Tomoko Sawada, the finalists in the third edition of its photographic competition, in an exhibition called “Photography Meets Industry”, at the Cloister of St Peter, Via Emilia San Pietro, 44/c.