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Meet the five finalists of the ING Talent Award 2021

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Futures Photography
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April 2, 2021
Futures, ING and Kunsthal Rotterdam proudly present the finalists of the ING Talent Award 2021. The five photographers who have made it to the final stage of this eighth edition are Alina Frieske (1994, Germany), Camilla Ferrari (1992, Italy), Esther Hovers (1991, the Netherlands), Etienne Courtois (1969, Belgium), and Ire Lenes (1981, Spain). The finalists have been nominated by experts affiliated with our platform and will be coached by the famous American photographer Alec Soth. The Award Ceremony will take place on Wednesday 2 June and can also be followed online.
The documentary photographer Adam Broomberg mentored five Futures Talents over the three months running up to Unseen Amsterdam 2019
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The talents will take part in an intensive three-month coaching programme and create new work for the ING Collection. They will be working with the theme ‘Resilience, a personal story’, a subject relevant to these challenging times in which an extra dose of resilience is required from us all.

The winner of the ING Talent Award 2021 will be selected by an international jury consisting of, among others, Alessia Glaviano (senior photo editor of Vogue Italia, L’Uomo Vogue), author, art critic and curator Hans den Hartog Jager, Sanne ten Brink (head curator ING Collection), and the American visual artist and writer Roni Horn. The winner of the professional jury Award will receive € 10,000. The winner of the Public Award will be invited to create new work for the ING Collection. The finalists’ work is exhibited at the Kunsthal from 27 May to 19 September.

More information about the ING Talent Award and the 2021 finalists can be found here.

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