John Kobal New Work Award

Yngvild
by Tereza Červeňová, 2014
© Tereza Červeňová

 

Tereza Červeňová is a Slovakian photographer currently living and working in London. She first moved to the city four years ago to study Photography at Middlesex University. Her work now focuses on portraiture and fine art photography. Her winning portrait is of a friend and was taken the day before they attended a wedding at Veluwe National Park in Holland.

The John Kobal New Work Award is awarded to a photographer under the age of 30 selected for the exhibition. The winning photographer will receive a cash prize of £5,000 to include undertaking a commission from the Gallery to photograph a sitter connected with the UK film industry. The Award was judged by Simon Crocker, Chairman of the John Kobal Foundation.


Prize Winners

FIRST PRIZE: Five Girls 2014

First Prize: £12,000
by David Stewart, 2014
© David Stewart

SECOND: Hector

Second Prize: £3,000
by Anoush Abrar, 2014
© Anoush Abrar

THIRD: Nyaueth

Third Prize: £2,000
by Peter Zelewski, 2015
© Peter Zelewski

John Kobal New Work Award

John Kobal New Work Award
by Tereza Červeňová, 2014
© Tereza Červeňová

FOURTH: Amira and her children

Fourth Prize: £1,000
by Ivor Prickett, 2014
© Ivor Prickett/UNHCR/Panos Pictures