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The Photographic Portrait Prize 2006

Joe (from the series 'Pavement') by Richard Boll - © the artist

Joe (from the series 'Pavement')
by Richard Boll
© the artist

Including The Deloitte Commission

Exhibition| Winner| The Deloitte Commission| Publication| Latest Photographic Portrait Prize 

TOURING EXHIBITION

This prestigious international photographic portrait competition celebrates and promotes the very best in contempory portrait photography through a competition that is open to all. It has established a reputation for its diversity of photographic styles, encompassing editorial, advertising and fine art images submitted by a range of photographers, from professionals to gifted amateurs and photography students. This year's exhibition of sixty portraits has been selected from over 5,000 prints and includes both the winner and the other 3 shortlisted images of the Photographic Portrait Prize together with the Deloitte Award winning portrait for photographers aged 25 or under.

Venues

Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens,
3 March - 6 May 2007

Aberystwyth Arts Centre,
19 May - 7 July 2007

Previous Editions

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Schweppes Photographic Portrait Prize 2005
- Schweppes Photographic Portrait Prize 2004
- Schweppes Photographic Portrait Prize 2003

Catalogues

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Photographic Portrait Prize 2006
- Schweppes Photographic Portrait Prize 2005
- Schweppes Photographic Portrait Prize 2004
- Schweppes Photographic Portrait Prize 2003

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