BPF Danny Wilson Memorial Awards 2018

Posted 28 October

People's Choice Awards

Fringe Exhibition Chosen by the public via social media


Solo show exhibited on exterior wall of Decathlon, North Street

Special Mention: Tim Andrews – OVER THE HILLS AND SEAS

Group exhibition of portraits of Tim Andrews by a large number of artists on show in main building at Regency Town House

BPF18 Emerging Curators' Choice

Chosen by this years Trainee Curators - Clare Patrick, Idil Bozkurt, Kate Kelsall and Kitty Bew – for innovative use of space and imagery.

Winner: (RE)IMAGINED SPACES by Articulate

Group Show in partnership with Clock Tower Sanctuary organised by Articulate, exhibited at ONCA on The Barge

Special Mention: CASTING OFF

Group Show by Julia Biro, Yolanda Crisp, Tamsin Green, Susanne Hakuba, Zara pears, Kim Thornton, Verity Welstead in Gallery Lock In.

Professionals’ Choice

Chosen by our panel of industry practitioners and influencers: Brett Rogers (Director, The Photographers' Gallery), Shoair Mavlian (Director, Photoworks), Prof Christopher Stewart (London College of Communication), Gemma Paddley (writer and critic), Anne Williams (educator, formerly Course Leader, Photography, London College of Communication) and Steve Macleod (Director, Metro Imaging).


12 Month Mentorship and £500 credit with Metro Imaging, plus £500 cash supported by London College of Communications and Photoworks.

Winner: Martin Seeds – MASKS, 2018

Solo exhibition at Niagra Falls Projects

Special Mention: Megan Rose – GENERATIONS

Solo exhibition at Square, Clarendon House Brighton


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