Support PhotoVoice – The street collection

PhotoVoice is a charity that raises money to fund projects with marginalised communities, and helps them communicate through the power of photography. Below is their press release announcing the coming up sale of prints in favor of the organization. One of my pictures will be available for sale, as well as the ones of well-known street photographers. So don’t miss this opportunity to acquire a great print and at the same time help people in need. More to come in the coming weeks.

The Street Collection
a sale of affordable street photography in support of PhotoVoice  

www.thestreetcollection.net

Sale runs: 18 – 25 April 2012
work can be previewed online from 4 April 2012.

Street Photography has been enjoying an extraordinary renaissance in the last few years with a raft of dedicated publications, festivals, magazines and exhibitions. Now leading practitioners from across the world have come together to offer their work in an online sale to raise money for the charity PhotoVoice.

The Street Collection includes beautiful, dramatic, comic and moving images that capture the energy and idiosyncrasy of everyday life on streets across the globe. 500 prints will be available at just £100 each. This is a unique opportunity to buy outstanding street photographs at an affordable price. Many of the prints available are well known but have never previously been available for purchase.

Participating photographers include: Nick Turpin, David Gibson, Maciej Dakowicz, Nils Jorgensen, Mark Alor Powell, Arif Asci, Stephen McLaren, Mimi Mollica, Polly Braden and Ying Tang. The sale is curated by Sophie Howarth, co-author of Street Photography Now (Thames and Hudson, 2010).

Buyers will be able to view all the available photographs online at www.thestreetcollection.net from 4th April. Online sales open at 10am on 18th April.


©Maciej Dakowicz


©Shin Noguchi

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