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"Richard Nagler Photography Competition for 2000"
2000-12-14 until 2001-02-15
Judah L. Magnes Museum
Berkeley, CA, USA United States of America

The Judah L. Magnes Museum is very proud to present winning photographs from the Second Annual Richard Nagler Photography Competition. This pioneering competition, founded and encouraged by Richard Nagler in association with the Film/Video/Photography department of the Magnes Museum, is the first and only photography competition in the world that is devoted exclusively to Jewish themes.

They began the competition in order to support and address the needs of the many photographers of merit, worldwide, for whom they could not provide exhibitions. It is clear from the response, (some 80 high-quality entries) that they have the support of the photographic community in this project, and they will endeavor to improve and expand in future competitions. The winning photographs displayed here each represent a series of photographs completed in the last three years. Photographers were asked to provide 3-5 images from a series, plus a written description of that series, for judging purposes. Winning photographers received cash awards and a certificate. Top winners are also featured in an exhibit at the Magnes Museum.

Bill Chayes
Curator Film/Video/Photography

This years winners include: Nagler Award, Shared First prize, Jason Francisco
Nagler Award, Shared First prize, Claudia Nierman
Juror Award, Gloria Baker Feinstein
Juror Award, Fleming Lunsford
Juror Award, Yves Mozelsio
First prize, digital, Reva Sharon
First prize student, Matthew Holst
Magnes Museum Award for Curatorial Achievement, Kenneth Taranto Gallery

IMAGE:
REVA SHARON
Remembrance--Spiritual Passageway, 1999
Giclee print on 100% cotton watercolor paper


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