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Nominated for the 2019 Joop Swart Masterclass!
Announcing the 2019 Joop Swart Masterclass Nominees

Very happy and honored to be nominated for this.
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2019 Joop Swart Masterclassにノミネートされました。

Joop Swart Masterclassとは毎年、World Press Photo(世界報道写真財団)が主催で、プロとして活動をしている12名の写真家を選び、さらに写真の分野で活躍する写真家や編集者、本のデザイナーなどのその道の専門家を講師として招待し、アムステルダムで写真漬けの7日間のワークショップを過ごすというものです。

と言っても12名に選ばれるためにはまず各国に散らばっているノミネーター(推薦人)たちに推薦される必要があり、その推薦された中からさらに12名を選ぶというとても狭い道。

今年は世界各国から245人が推薦され、52%が女性で48%が男性だそう。
果たしてその245人の中から参加できる12名の中に残るのか。それは4月末に発表されるそうです。かなり狭い道ですが245人の中に選んでいただいただけでもかなり光栄なことだと思っています。

以下、リンク先の全文掲載。
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The World Press Photo Foundation is pleased to announce the 245 nominees for the 2019 Joop Swart Masterclass, from which the 12 participants will be selected.

The panel of international nominators was substantially updated this year and 61 new nominators from all over the world were added in an effort to improve regional representation. We would like to thank all our international nominators who helped highlight the nominees.

Of the 245 nominees, 52% identify as female and 48% identify as male. In terms of global regions, 13% are from Africa, 21% from Asia, 25% from Europe, 12% from Southeast Asia and Oceania, 18% from South America and 11% from North and Central America.

Also updated for 2019 were some of the masterclass criteria:

  • There is no age limit for masterclass nominees and participants
  • Nominees and participants will be emerging and early-career image makers with 5-10 years of experience
  • The selection is based solely on nominations from the panel of international nominators
  • World Press Photo 6×6 Global Talent Program winners receive an automatic nomination to the masterclass if they fit the criteria

As in previous years, the winners of the Ian Parry Scholarship (Ezra Acayan and Salahuddin Ahmed), the IAFOR Documentary Photography Award (Ezra Acayan) and the PH Museum New Generation Prize (Alice Mann) have received automatic nominations to the Joop Swart Masterclass as part of their awards.

All nominees are currently submitting their application. The selection committee will then choose the 12 participants to be invited to Amsterdam for the masterclass in September. The chosen participants will be announced at the end of April.

The 2019 Joop Swart Masterclass nominees are:

  • Abdo Shanan, Algeria
  • Adriana Loureiro Fernandez, Venezuela
  • Adrien Selbert, France
  • Agnese Morganti, Italy
  • Agoes Rudianto, Indonesia
  • Ahmad Mousa, Iraq
  • Aishwarya Arumbakkam, India
  • Ala Hamdan, Jordan
  • Alaa Elkamhawi, Egypt
  • Alexander Caballero Díaz, Peru
  • Alexey Yurenev, Russia/USA
  • Alice Aedy, Belgium
  • Alice Mann, South Africa
  • Allison Joyce, USA
  • Alvaro Laiz, Spain
  • Amira Al-Sharif, Yemen
  • Amrita Chandradas, Singapore
  • Ana Carolina Fernandes, Brazilian
  • Ana María Arevalo Venezuela
  • Ana María Buitrón De la Vega, Ecuador
  • Ana Vallejo, Colombia
  • Anastasia Vlasova, Ukraine
  • Andrea Hernández Briceño, Venezuela
  • Andrea Provenzano, Italy
  • Andres Martinez Casares, Spain
  • Angel Garcia, Spain
  • Ángela Ponce, Peru
  • Anita Pouchard Serra, Argentina/French
  • Ann Sophie Linström, Luxembourg
  • Anna D’Addario, Australia
  • Anna Filipova, Bulgaria
  • Anna Gondek-Grodkiewicz, Poland
  • Arslane Bestaoui, Algeria
  • Augustine Paredes, The Philippines
  • Avener Nogueira Prado, Brazil
  • Azadeh Besharati, Iran
  • Azin Haghighi, Iran
  • Beimeng Fu, China
  • Berta Tilmantaite, Lithuania
  • Billy H.C. Kwok, China
  • Brian L. Frank, USA
  • Camilla Ferrari, Italy
  • Carole Al Farah, Syria
  • Carolina Arantes, France/Brazil
  • Carolyn Van Houten, USA
  • Chandan Khanna, India
  • Charly Cordero, Colombia
  • Chris Hopkins, Australia
  • Christopher Gregory, Puerto Rico
  • Christopher Lee, USA
  • Cristian Caceres Granda, Peru
  • Damilola Onafuwa, Nigeria
  • Daniele Volpe, Italy
  • Danielle Villasana, USA
  • David Gaberle, Czech Republic
  • David Molina, Gadea Spain
  • Devin Oktar Yalkin, Turkey/Armenia
  • Diego Moreno Velasco, Mexico
  • Driely Vieira, Brazil
  • Dustin Thierry, The Netherlands
  • Dylan Hausthor, USA
  • Elias Williams, USA
  • Elliott Jerome Brown Jr, USA
  • Emile Ducke, Germany
  • Enayat Asadi, Iran
  • Erdem Varol, Turkey
  • Eric Gyamfi, Ghana
  • Erica Canepa, Italy
  • Esther Ruth Mbabazi, Uganda
  • Etinosa Yvonne Osayimwen, Nigeria
  • Ezra Acayan, The Philippines
  • Ezz Alzanoon, Palestine
  • Fabiola Cedillo, Ecuador
  • Fabiola Ferrero, Venezuela
  • Felipe Fittipaldi, Brazil
  • Felix Kleymann, German
  • Fernanda Seavon, Brazil
  • Fethi Sahraoui, Algeria
  • Forough Alaei Rouzbahani, Iran
  • Francesca Volpi, Italy
  • Francis Kokoroko, Ghana
  • Francisco Van Steen Proner Ramos, Brazil
  • Frederik Buyckx, Belgium
  • Gabriel Luz Carpes, Brazil
  • Gaia Squarci, Italy
  • Georges Senga, Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Giya Makondo-Wills, South Africa/UK
  • Grace Baey, Singapore
  • Gulshan Khan, South Africa
  • Hadeer Mahmoud, Egypt
  • Hadi Uddin, Bangladesh
  • Hannah Reyes Morales, The Philippines
  • Harit Srikhao, Thailand
  • Hashem Shakeri, Iran
  • Huiying Ore, Singapore
  • Ian Willms, Canada
  • Ignacio Coló, Argentina
  • Ignacio Prudencio, Bolivia
  • Ilaria Di Biagio, Italy
  • Iman Al-Dabbagh, Saudi Arabia/Palestine
  • Ishan Tankha, India
  • Ismail Ferdous, Bangladesh
  • Jack Yong Jia Ren, Malaysia
  • James Tylor, Australia
  • Jan Jurczak, Poland
  • Janie Barrett, Australia
  • Jansen van Staden, South Africa
  • Jia Yanan, China
  • Jimmy Lee UK/China
  • Johana Marcela Toro Mora, Colombia
  • Johanna Alarcon, Ecuador
  • Jorge Panchoaga, Colombia
  • Katia Repina, Russia
  • Kaveer Rai, India
  • Kazuhiko Matsumura, Japan
  • Keiji Fujimoto, Japan
  • Kentaro Takahashi, Japan
  • Kiana Hayeri, Canada/Iran
  • Kibuuka Mukisa Oscar, Uganda
  • Ksenia Ivanova, Russia
  • Lawrence Sumulong, The Philippines
  • Lena Mucha, Germany
  • Lianne Milton, USA
  • Liz Tasa, Peru
  • Lujan Agusti, Argentina
  • Lukas Kreibig, Germany
  • Lynsey N. Weatherspoon, USA
  • Mafalda Rakoš, Austria
  • Maíra Barbosa Erlich, Brazil
  • Manuel Seoane, Bolivia
  • Manyatsa Monyamane, South Africa
  • Marcos Zegers, Chile
  • Maria Contreras Coll, Spain
  • María del Coral Morales Carballo, Mexico
  • Mariana Greif, Uruguay
  • Mariceu Erthal Garcia, Mexico
  • Martina Cirese, Italy
  • Masixole Ncevu, South Africa
  • Mathias Benguigui, France
  • Matthew Abbott, Australia
  • Mauricio Palos, Mexico
  • Max Mason Hubers, Australia
  • Maya Ines Touam, Algeria/France
  • Mayra Martell Rodríguez, Mexico
  • Mehdy Mariouch, Morocco
  • Michelle Siu, Canada
  • Miora Rajaonary, Madagascar
  • Misha Vallejo, Peru
  • Mohamed Altoum, Sudan
  • Mohammad Shahnewaz Khan, Bangladesh
  • Mridula Amin, Australia
  • Muhammad Fadli, Indonesia
  • Muhammad Salah, Sudan
  • Myriam Boulos, Lebanon
  • Nadège Mazars, France
  • Nadia Bseiso, Jordan
  • Nelson López Morales, Mexico
  • Nemanja Pancic, Serbia
  • Nikita Teryoshin, Russia
  • Nneka Iwunna-Ezemezue, Nigeria
  • Nora Lorek, German
  • Noureddine Ahmed, Tunisia
  • Noushin Shafiei, Iran
  • Nydia Blas, USA
  • Oleksii Furman, Ukraine
  • Pablo Albarenga, Uruguay
  • Parisa Azadi, Iran/Canada
  • Parvez Ahmad, Bangladesh
  • Pedro Silveira, Brazil
  • Phoebe Kiely, UK
  • Phumzile Khanyile, South Africa
  • Piruza Khalapyan, Armenia
  • Poulomi Basu, India
  • Prin Rodriguez, Peru
  • Raffy Lerma, The Philippines
  • Ramin Mazur, Moldava
  • Ricci Shryock, USA
  • Roberta Brandão Lopes, Brazil
  • Roger Anis, Egypt
  • Roi Saade, Lebanon
  • Ronald Pizzoferrato, Venezuela
  • Rosa Panggabean, Indonesia
  • Roselena Ramistella, Italy
  • Ruth McDowall, New Zealand
  • Sadia Marium, Bangladesh
  • Sagar Chhetri, Nepal
  • Salahuddin Ahmed, Bangladesh
  • Salma Abedin Prithi, Bangladesh
  • Sandra Mehl, France
  • Santi Palacios, Spain
  • Sara Hylton, Canada
  • Sara Naomi Lewkowicz, USA
  • Sara Sallam, Egypt
  • Sarah Pabst, German
  • Sarah Waiswa, Uganda
  • Saumya Khandelwal, India
  • Sean Puay Yang Lee, Singapore
  • Senthil Kumaran, India
  • Severine Sajous, France
  • Seyed Madyar Shojaeifar, Iran
  • Shahria Sharmin, Bangladesh
  • Shin Arunrugstichai, Thailand
  • Sibusiso Bheka, South Africa
  • Silvana Trevale, Venezuela
  • Silvia Rosi, Italy
  • Sima Ajlyakin, USA/Syria
  • Sina Shiri, Iran
  • Sinead Kennedy, Australia
  • Sofía López Mañán, Argentina
  • Soheila Sanamno, Iran
  • Soumya Sankar Bose, India
  • Stepan Rudik, Ukraine
  • Sulejman Bijedić, Bosnia
  • Sumy Sadurni, Spanish
  • Sutirtha Chatterjee, India
  • Swarat Ghosh, India
  • Sydelle Willow Smith, South Africa
  • Tako Robakidze, Georgia
  • Tamara Merino, Chile
  • Taro Karibe, Japan
  • Tatsiana Tkachova, Belorussia
  • Taylor Kay Johnson, USA
  • Thana Faroq Hazem, Yemen
  • Thandiwe Msebenzi, South Africa
  • Tharaka Ruwansiri Basnayaka, Sri Lanka
  • Therese Alice Sanne, Norway
  • Tomas Ayuso, Honduras
  • Trent Mitchell, Australia
  • Ulet Ifansasti, Indonesia
  • Uma Bista, Nepal
  • Valda Nascimento Nogueira, Brazil
  • Valeria Cherchi, Italy
  • Valeria Jaramillo Ramón, Ecuador
  • Vicky Roy, India
  • Victor Zea, Colombia
  • Vivek Singh, India
  • Vladimir Zivojinovic, Serbia
  • Yael Martinez, Mexico
  • Yagazie Emezi, Nigeria
  • Yan Cong, China
  • Yoppy Pieter, Indonesia
  • Yu Yu Myint Than, Myanmar
  • Yulia Grigoryants, Armenia
  • Zahara Gomez, Spain/Mexico
  • Zied Ben Romdhane, Tunisia