The 2013 International Photography Awards (IPA) has announced the winners of One Shot: One World competition.
Markam Keith Adams was Awarded: 3rd place in One World - Places category in One Shot: One World for the winning entry "untitled #209"
International Photography Awards competitions, receive nearly 18,000 submissions from 104 countries across the globe. IPA is a sister-effort of the Lucie Foundation. The Foundation's mission is to honor master photographers, to discover new and emerging talent and to promote the appreciation of photography. Since 2003, IPA has had the privilege and opportunity to acknowledge and recognize contemporary photographer's accomplishments in this specialized and highly visible competition.
markam keith adams:
Director, International Photography Awards
The 2011 International Photography Awards Announces Winners of the Competition
Markam Keith Adams was awarded Honorable Mentions in 3 categories for the winning entries "the intimate, the immediate, the mobile", "the will is not enough", and "in search of a common language"
The International Photography Awards is a sister-effort of the Lucie Foundation, where the top three winners are announced at the annual Lucie Awards ceremony. The awards event will be held at the Lincoln Center in New York on October 24, 2011, before returning to Los Angeles in 2012 in celebration of the 10-year anniversary. Over 8,000 submissions from 90 countries were received for the 2011 International Photography Awards with over 70 jurors, the largest to date. The Foundation's mission is to honor master photographers, discover new and emerging talent, and promote the appreciation of photography. IPA is dedicated to recognizing contemporary photographers' accomplishments in this specialized and highly visible competition. Visit www.photoawards.com for more details.
Photographer's Keith Adams:
International Photography Awards
In Search of a Common Language
"The images in the Southern Light Gallery's exhibition titled "In Search of a Common Language" present informal, first-time meetings. But I felt, on a second visit, increased empathy for who was there, as well as more admiration for the "how" of their imaging."
Disconnects, Hunter Ingalls, Amarillo Globe News,
Sunday, October 7, 2007, Art Beat
"All that can be seen on the walls here is threaded together by a kind of selflessness, with no confessions of private affairs, but a clear look at the ways of the world - and a gift for making sounds out of silence."
"...the most noise comes from the smallest piece in the show: a cell phone photograph by Keith Adams, framed by the patch of darkness that is the photographer. While an umbrella that can not be seen haloes her head with a shadow, a child turns incandescent - as if the image was a frame stuck in a movie projector and about to burn."
Art Boom: Sound and Fury Signifying Something,
Stephen Vincent Kobasa, New Haven Advocate, January 2007, Arts