Thames & Hudson
Tomorrow’s Photographers Today
William A. Ewing
27.00 x 23.00 cm
Published in 2010
What are young photographers up to in the twenty-first century?
How do they see the world?
How much do they respect, build on or reject tradition?
Are they busy in the darkroom or the computer lab – or both?
The reGeneration project – the broadest and most enterprising survey of its kind – has set out to discover answers to these intriguing questions, previewing the work of young photographers who may well emerge as some of the finest artists of their generation.
Following on from the success of reGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow curators at the world-renowned Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne selected the most promising candidates from some 700 entries submitted by 120 of the world’s top photography schools in thirty countries.
This remarkable book showcases the inspiring creativity and ingenuity of the eighty chosen photographic artists. With over 200 superb images, it proves that the art of photography is alive and well, and that practitioners of extraordinary talent are already well on their way to making their mark.
William A. Ewing is an internationally respected curator and author. He served as Director the Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne from 1996 to 2010. He has written numerous highly successful books on the subject of photography, including The Body: Photoworks of the Human Form, Love & Desire, The Century of the Body, reGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow, Face: The New Photographic Portrait and Edward Steichen: Lives in Photography, all published by Thames & Hudson.
Nathalie Herschdorfer is Curator at the Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne. An art historian specializing in the history of photography, she has produced a number of important international exhibitions and co-authored numerous books. She was one of the curators of reGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow 2005–2025 and a contributing author to Face: The New Photographic Portrait. She is currently completing a book for Thames & Hudson on the aftermath of important historical events.