关于Portrait of Humanity
摄影杂志《British Journal of Photography》的出版商1854 Media公司联手玛格南图片社，推出“Portrait of Humanity（人性之像）”摄影大赛，提醒当代社会，人类由其共有的人性而聚。两年前，我们创办了“Portrait of Britain（英国之像）”，其全民参与的定位吸引了众多参赛者，捕捉到许多当代英国的生动面孔。作为我们下一步的创想计划，“人性之像”将展示全世界的人类如何求同存异。“人性之像”与伦敦文化创意公司VisionNow Media合作，并指定其为Portrait of Humanity独家中国市场合作伙伴。
1854 Media is an award-winning digital media organisation with a global audience, including millions of photographers, arts lovers and industry leaders.
At 1854’s core is British Journal of Photography, the world’s longest running photography title, which has been showcasing pioneers of the art form since 1854. It has also created an internationally renowned photography awards programme, which includes OpenWalls, Portrait of Britain™ and BJP International Photography Award, all of which aim to discover and promote new talent.
Our visual content agency, Studio 1854, helps brands use the power of photography and video to cultivate and engage larger audiences, by leveraging our relationships with the world’s top photographic influencers and our understanding of the visual content that engages them.
Magnum Photos represents some of the world’s most renowned photographers.
For nearly 70 years, Magnum Photos have established themselves as purveyors of authentic storytelling, providing an international client base of media, charities, publishers, brands and cultural institutions, with the highest quality photographic content. Their photographers are united under a shared vision to chronicle world events, people, places and culture with a powerful narrative that defies convention, shatters the status quo, redefines history and transforms lives.
Magnum is known globally, and effortlessly reaches a international audience. Since its establishment, it has remained loyal to its original values of uncompromising excellence, truth, respect and independence.
Hoxton Mini Press are an award-winning independent publisher making collectable photobooks out of East London. Their goal is to create books that draw on the best traditions of the photobook whilst also being affordable and accessible to a wide audience. Until recently their books have been about East London but they are now branching out to new topics and territories. Last year they won ‘Best Newcomer’ at the prestigious UK independent publishers guild and they continue to receive large volumes of press that belies their small size.