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Daniel Blau, London: 5 Under 30 2014 Exhibition, 5 - 31 July 2014

Daniel Blau, London: 5 Under 30 2014 Exhibition, 5 - 31 July 2014

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Daniel Blau is pleased to announce the five winners of the gallery’s second annual Young Photographers’ Competition:

Matan Ashkenazy
Oliver Eglin
Daewoong Kim
Ruidi Mu
Sofia Valiente

We are delighted to present a selection of work by these talented photographers in a group exhibition here in London this July.

Please join us for the opening on Friday 4th July from 6 – 8 pm!

http://www.danielblau.com
Daniel Blau is pleased to announce the five winners of the gallery’s second annual Young Photographers’ Competition:

Matan Ashkenazy
Oliver Eglin
Daewoong Kim
Ruidi Mu
Sofia Valiente

We are delighted to present a selection of work by these talented photographers in a group exhibition here in London this July.

Please join us for the opening on Friday 4th July from 6 – 8 pm!

http://www.danielblau.com

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5 UNDER 30
YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHERS’ COMPETITION 
Daniel Blau is pleased to announce the ve winners of the gallery’s second annual Young Photographers’ Competition:Matan Ashkenazy / Oliver Eglin / Daewoong Kim Ruidi Mu / Soa Valiente We are delighted to present a selection of work by these ve  talented photographers in a group exhibition here in London  this July.
Daniel Blau 51 Hoxton SquareLondonN1 6PBtel +44 (0)207 831 7998Galerie Daniel BlauOdeonsplatz 12 80539 München Germanytel +49 (0)89 29 73 42www.danielblau.comOpening:  July 4, 6pm - 8pmExhibition:  July 5 - July 31, 2014Tuesday - Saturday, 11 - 6 pmFor further information about our exhibitionplease email:mail@danielblau.com
Thank you to Frontier Lager for sponsoring the opening of 5 UNDER 30
 
MATAN ASHKENAZY
These photographs are from a body of work made in Switzerland which documents the physical border areas between different countries (Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Lichtenstein and France). Agreements within Europe have led to the borders being open, but there have been recent discussions about closing the borders and slowing down immigration. Matan’s work reacts to the possible changes to come, as the structures of the borders/checkpoints have the ability and potential to be closed in the future. The space depicted in these photographs remains unresolved. Matan Ashkenazy completed his BFA at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, Israel. He is currently a candidate for his MA in Photography at the Royal College of Art, London. He has worked with Israeli and international artists including Jeff Wall and Nick Waplington in addition to developing his own practice. His recent work looks at the political use of the landscape and architecture as a controlled and policed environment. Matan has participated in various exhibitions and projects in Israel, including a solo exhibition, and he has received a number of photographic awards and scholarships. Image: “Farm”, 2014, c-type print, 30 x 38 cm
 
OLIVER EGLIN
In the series of works entitled
 Markings,
 Oliver Eglin has photographed Ficus macrophylla trees in
the Giardino Garibaldi in Sicily. This is the oldest living ora in Sicily and was imported from Australia in 1863. As Ficus macrophylla is a species of strangler g, seed germination typically
begins within the canopy of a host tree, where the seedling grows as an epiphyte until its roots have made contact with the soil. It then enlarges and subsequently begins to suffocate its host, before eventually becoming a freestanding tree of its own.In Australia, Aboriginal peoples utilised the Ficus bark as pigmentation for their rock paintings. The Ficus trees of Giardino Garibaldi are scattered with contemporary engravings from visitors to the park. These crude markings mirror those of Paleolithic man and mimic the spiritual urge to leave a physical imprint on the earth.Oliver Eglin is a 26 year old British photographer currently living and working in London. Raised
in Staffordshire, he developed an early interest in both literature and lm, which has subsequently
informed his narrative and visual style. His work has been exhibited at Tate Liverpool, Foto8 and Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh. Oliver graduated from Middlesex University with a BA in Photography, having also spent time on exchange at The School of Visual Art in New York. Following this, Oliver moved to Berlin where he spent the next three years developing his photographic study of the city. His work has since been published in
Dazed & Confused 
,
Hotshoe International 
 and
Pop. Kultur & Kritik.
Image: “Ngamadjidj”, 2014, bre based inkjet print, 25.4 x 30.5 cm

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