Schweppes Photographic Portrait Prize 2003

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Schweppes Photographic Portrait Prize 2003
Including the Deloitte & Touche Award

'Photography can be witty, inspiring and refreshing. Portrait photography has the ability to capture something essential about a person - the real person behind the face - something that is authentic and original. It is these qualities that make Schweppes and photography the perfect partners.'
Martin Norris, Communications Director, Coca-Cola, UK

This year, the Schweppes Photographic Portrait Prize continues the ten-year tradition of the John Kobal Photographic Portrait Award, which firmly established itself as the leading showcase for new talent from around the world in photographic portraiture.

This new exhibition provides an important platform for portrait photographers of all ages, including students, talented amateurs and professionals. All photographers are eligible for the main prize of £15,000, while younger photographers, aged twenty-five
or under, can also compete for an additional £5,000 Deloitte & Touche Award for the best portrait.

The accompanying catalogue offers a unique opportunity to view the portrait photographers of tomorrow and to bring their work to a wider audience. Fully illustrated in colour throughout, the book will feature all the selected entries from this year's competition, including the two prizewinners.

Schweppes is a natural sponsor of the Photographic Portrait Prize, given the company's support of the photographic arts. The artist Alison Jackson shot the Schweppes 'Sch ... you know who?' campaign, winner of twenty-nine creative awards to date.


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Schweppes Photographic Portrait Prize 2003 cover

 

 

297 x 210mm, 48 pages
70 colour illustrations
ISBN 1 85514 523 5
£8.99 (paperback); special website & Gallery price: £5.99 rrp
Published November 2003

The judging panel includes
Alison Jackson, Sandy Nairne, Ekow Eshun, Amanda Hopkinson, Mary McCartney Donald and Terence Pepper.

Exhibition
National Portrait Gallery, London
5 November 2003 - 15 February 2004

Aberystwyth Arts Centre
15 May - 10 July 2004

The Lighthouse, Poole Centre for the Arts, Dorset
11 September - 13 November 2004

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