International Color Awards™| The Jury

Robi Chakraborty, USA


For eighteen years International Color Awards has been committed to bringing you world-class Juries selected from the most influential names in the industry. Annually a new jury pool is created to ensure the program's reputation for recognizing first-movers, new emerging talent and current trends across the industry. Jury members are selected by exclusive invitation to join the international panel and sent ballots to log on, review the entries and make their nomination selections. Only by having the greatest talent from both sides of the lens do we produce the intoxicating and diverse collections of color photography the program is renowned around the globe for showcasing.


18TH ANNUAL JURY - To Be Announced



James A. Ganz, Senior Curator of Photographs, Head of Department

James A. Ganz is the Senior Curator of Photographs at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Previously he was Curator of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, and Manton Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Ganz has a PhD in art history from Yale University. The J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center features works of art dating from the eighth through the twenty-first century, showcased against a backdrop of dramatic architecture, tranquil gardens, and breathtaking views of Los Angeles. The collection includes European paintings, drawings, sculpture, illuminated manuscripts, decorative arts, and European, Asian, and American photographs.


Marlon Steensma, Head of Collections

The Groninger Museum is an art museum in the city of Groningen in the Netherlands. The museum exhibits modern and contemporary art of local, national, and international artists. The museum opened in 1874. The current post-modernist building consists of three main pavilions designed individually by architects Philippe Starck, Alessandro Mendini, Coop Himmelb(l)au, and was completed in 1994. Since 2008, it has had 173,000 to 292,000 visitors per year, the highest amount of any museum in the province of Groningen. Marlon Steensma is Head of Collections.

CLAMP - New York

Brian Paul Clamp, Owner & Director

Brian Paul Clamp is the owner and director of ClampArt, a gallery in Chelsea in New York City specializing in modern and contemporary art with an emphasis on photography. ClampArt mounts ten to fifteen exhibitions per year featuring the work of emerging and mid-career artists. Mr. Clamp opened the gallery in 2000 after completing a Master of Arts degree in Critical Studies in Modern Art at Columbia University. For eight years prior to that Mr. Clamp served as the director of a gallery on Manhattan's Upper East Side specializing in late 19th- and early 20th-century American paintings. Aside from exhibitions at his own gallery space, Clamp has curated numerous photography shows at various venues throughout the United States, and has reviewed photographers' portfolios at dozens of events over many years. Mr. Clamp is the author of many publications on American art to date, and also occasionally contributes written work to various art periodicals.

FILA - New York

John Lin, Executive Creative Director, VP of Basketball

When the Fila brothers launched their eponymous company in 1911, their goal was to provide the town of Biella, Italy with the finest knitwear available. Today, that small business has grown into a global sportswear brand celebrated for its innovative designs, performance-focused fabrics, and high-profile collaborations. The vibrantly colored jackets, sweatshirts, sneakers and more are crafted to work with the wearer's movements, pairing comfort with style for athletes and trendsetters alike.


Caroline Gentsch, Specialist Contemporary Art

In June 2022, global auction house Bonhams acquired Cornette de Saint Cyr, becoming known as Bonhams Cornette de Saint Cyr. Founded in 1973 by major proponent of French contemporary art Pierre Cornette de Saint Cyr and his two sons Bertrand and Arnaud, the bijou Paris auction house expanded to Brussels in 2012 and excels across categories, from Ancient Art and Old Masters, Contemporary Art, Fashion and Photography. Caroline Gentsch is a Specialist of Contemporary Art at the Brussels auction house and an independent expert for the European Commission and for the French Community of Belgium. Assessing the possibilities and benefits to consolidate their position in the field of contemporary art on a national, European and an international level, studying the practical possibilities for art professionals.


Natalia JimEnez, Senior Photo Editor

Natalia JimEnez is a senior photo editor on the National desk at The Washington Post. Before joining The Post in 2018, she was the photography manager at NBC News.


Fedja Kehl, Creative Director

Fedja Kehl leads a creative team for BMW at Media.Monks, developing concepts for Integrated campaigns for social media, corporate Identities, TV commercials and Implementing photolooks. Award Honors include: Cannes Lion Gold, Cannes Lion Silver, ADC Awards, Cresta Silver, LIAA Finalist, Epica Silver, Clio Silver, New York Festivals Silver, The One Show Merit and Eurobest Shortlists. Media.Monks is a digital-first marketing, advertising, and technology services company that connects content, data and digital media and technology services and produces websites, games, films, social media content, digital advertising campaigns, data and measurement solutions and more.


Tamsin Hong, Exhibitions Curator

Tamsin Hong is a contemporary international art curator based in London and the Exhibitions Curator at Serpentine Galleries. Serpentine has presented pioneering contemporary art since 1970. From the Pavilion to our exhibitions, we champion new ideas in art and architecture. The gallery displays permanent and visiting exhibitions, holds talks and events, including film showings and educational programs. Many famous artists have exhibited there including, Henry Moore, Damien Hirst, Paula Rego, Andy Warhol and Anish Kapoor. An important event for the Serpentine Gallery is the annual 'pavilion on the lawn' exhibition. The Gallery commissions leading international architects of worldwide acclaim to design a pavilion that provides a unique showcase for contemporary architectural practice. Each summer there is a new pavilion to explore.


Kevin Curran, Director

Sperone Westwater Fischer was founded in 1975, when Italian art dealer Gian Enzo Sperone, Angela Westwater, and German art dealer Konrad Fischer opened a space at 142 Greene Street in SoHo, New York. (The gallery's name was changed to Sperone Westwater in 1982.) An additional space was later established at 121 Greene Street. The founders' original program showcased a European avant-garde alongside a core group of American artists to whom its founders were committed. Notable early exhibitions include a 1977 show of minimalist works by Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, and Sol Lewitt; seven of Bruce Nauman's seminal early shows; eleven Richard Long exhibitions; and the installation of one of Mario Merz's celebrated glass and neon igloos in 1979 -- part of the gallery's ongoing dedication to Arte Povera artists, including Alighiero Boetti. Other early historical exhibitions at the Greene Street space include a 1989 group show, "Early Conceptual Works," which featured the work of On Kawara, Bruce Nauman, Alighiero Boetti, and Joseph Kosuth, among others; a 1999 Fontana exhibition titled "Gold: Gothic Masters and Lucio Fontana"; and selected presentations of work by Piero Manzoni. In September 2010, Sperone Westwater inaugurated a new Foster + Partners designed building at 257 Bowery in New York. Today, 40 years after its conception, the gallery continues to exhibit an international roster of prominent artists working in a wide variety of media. Kevin Curran is Director of Sperone Westwater.


Ernst Hilger, Owner/Director

Galerie Ernst Hilger (founded 1971) represents the works of artists such as Erro and Mel Ramos, along with exponents of Austrian modernism from the 1960s onward and the main exponents of the most important international art movements of the 20th century - from Pablo Picasso and Jean Dubuffet to Pop Art artists like Andy Warhol and Keith Haring through to Narrative Figuration (Jacques Monory). Ernst Hilger was the head of the FEAGA for several years and member of numerous art fair committees including Art Basel; he acted as the longest-serving president of the Austrian Gallery Association and was instrumental in establishing the present conception of the role of galleries as partners of museums, collectors and representatives of the state. The roster of represented artists reflects the long history of the gallery. Hilger NEXT assembles and provides artists from cutting-edge countries with a platform. The gallery's labor has been rewarded through the participation of its artists in important international exhibitions and biennales over the past years: Anastasia KHOROSHILVA in a group show at Palais de Tokyo (F) and her Collateral Event at the Venice Biennale 2011 (I), Cameron PLATTER in an exhibition on South Africa at the MOMA (USA), ASGAR/GABRIEL solo show in the Mannheimer Kunstverein (D) and the Kunsthalle Brandts (DK), or Sarah RAHBAR, an Iranian-born artist living in New York whose work was part of elles@pompidou, Erik BINDER at the Biennale di Venezia 2001, Ivana FRANKE at the Biennale di Venezia 2007, Ivan MOUDOV at the Biennale di Venezia, Miha STRUKELJI at the Biennale di Venezia 2009, Anastasia KHOROSHILOVA at the Biennale Venice 2011, Angel MARCOS, Simon VEGA, and Cameron PLATTER at the Biennale di Venezia 2013. HILGER NEXT enjoys the discovery and growth of the represented artists. In order to extend and strengthen the cooperation with international exhibition venues and museums the HilgerBROTKunsthalle was inaugurated in 2009. This space with its 800m represents the gallery's laboratory for curatorial projects and influences and supports all involved partners. Three guest apartments for visiting and working artists and curators have been instrumental in bringing our exhibition projects to other institutional locations, while also attracting international collectors who have visited and acquired works - among others Harald FALCKENBERG, Jorge PEREZ, the Photography Collection of the Qatar Museum Authority, Darga JAIS (Bali), Sutomo SUPRAJITO (Indonesia), the Collection NADOUR Cooperations have included the Museum of Modern Art El Salvador, the Margulies Collection, the Mestna Galleria Ljubjana, the Museum of Modern Art Bukarest (Lara BOUBNOVA), the City Gallery Sofia, the MMoMA Moscow. All these institutions have shown exhibitions created with and presented at HilgerBROTKunsthalle. In 2022 Galerie Ernst Hilger opened an additional pop up gallery space in the centre of Vienna showing mainly new and not yet established art.


Anna Helwing, Executive Director

The Haas Zurich gallery was founded in June 2003. Since the beginning of 2021, the gallery has been under the leadership of Anna Helwing, after being led by Dr. Erika Schlessinger-Koltzsch. The gallery is committed to the field of post-war and contemporary art, with the program characterized by innovation and independence. In addition to established positions such as Maryan, Per Kirkeby, Carol Rama, Martha Jungwirth, Joan Snyder, Gary Kuehn, Andre Thomkins and Reinhard Pods, there are also younger talents such as Astrid Klein, Michael Muller, Sandra Vasquez de la Horra, Jonathan Wateridge, John Isaacs or See Rene Wirths. The Haas Zurich gallery also deals in works of classical modernism with a focus on the work of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, Georges Grosz, Francis Picabia, Jean Dubuffet, Jean Fautrier, Hans Arp, Felix Vallotton , Augusto Giacometti and Ferdinand Hodler. Each exhibition is accompanied by a publication. In addition to the regular program, Galerie Haas Zurich takes part in international art fairs.


Hannah Klemm, Curator, Modern & Contemporary Art

As the primary art collection for the city of Austin, the Blanton Museum of Art is a major resource for the community. With more than 21,000 works in the collection, the Blanton showcases art from across the ages, from ancient Greek pottery to abstract expressionism, european paintings, an encyclopedic collection of prints and drawings, and modern and contemporary American and Latin American art. With a year-round schedule of traveling exhibitions, art lovers are sure to discover new and old favorites at the Blanton.

KUNSTBROKER - Switzerland

Gabriel S. R. Mueller, Managing Director

Gabriel S.R. Muller is founder and owner of Kunstbroker online antiquarian and art dealer for rare photographs, books, graphics and posters. The focus is on: historical photographs, vintage prints, contemporary photography, artist books, modern & illustrated literature, catalogs raisonnes, signed original prints and artist posters. We regularly buy selected individual pieces, estates and even entire collections. Mr. Muller began his career in the world of art and antiques trading over 15 years ago at the internationally renowned auction house Koller Auktionen AG. As head of the photography department and specialist for books, manuscripts and autographs, he actively supervised more than 60 auctions. The trained art historian with a focus on photography has broad and technically sound knowledge thanks to his over 20 years of knowledge of the history, techniques and processes of the medium.

MAI 36 GALERIE - Zurich

Pascal Robert, Gallery Director

For more than 25 years, Mai 36 Galerie has presented and promoted the work of emerging and established international contemporary artists. Working with John Baldessari, Stephan Balkenhol, Troy Brauntuch, Pia Fries, Matt Mullican, Christoph Rutimann, Thomas Ruff, Lawrence Weiner and Remy Zaugg. In addition, the estates of Luigi Ghirri, Peter Hujar, General Idea, Christian Lindow, Robert Mapplethorpe, Paul Thek and Daan Van Golden are represented by the gallery. The gallery continuously features the work of the artists in gallery exhibitions and publications as well as at international art fairs such as Art Basel, Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Basel Hong Kong, Frieze London, Fiac Paris, Arco Madrid and Zona Maco Mexico City. Since its beginning, Mai 36 Galerie has been working with museums and public institutions around the world and has gained a reputation for longstanding and continuous collaborations with its artists.


Kimberley Gill, Creative Director

VCCP is the challenger network for challenger clients. We are a global integrated communications advertising agency, founded in 2002 on the principles of simplicity, collaboration and un-preciousness. We transform the fortunes of our clients by challenging and disrupting the categories they operate in. VCCP have offices in multiple locations, but work as one office. It's a place where talented people collaborate, uninhibited by geography. With offices in London, Madrid, New York, Prague, San Francisco, Singapore, Shanghai, and Stoke. VCCP produces award-winning work for clients including Virgin Media O2, easyJet, Canon, Sage, Cadbury, T-Mobile for Business, Google and White Claw.


Lauren Wittels, Partner/Director

The Luhring Augustine Gallery is an art gallery in New York City. The gallery has three locations: Chelsea, Bushwick, and Tribeca. Its principal focus is the representation of an international group of contemporary artists whose diverse practices include painting, drawing, sculpture, video and photography. Luhring Augustine Gallery was founded in 1985 by co-owners Lawrence R. Luhring and Roland J. Augustine. From 1989 until 1992, the gallery also partnered with Galerie Max Hetzler on establishing Luhring Augustine Hetzler in Los Angeles. The 4,500 square feet (420 square metres) space was located in a refurbished building at 1330 4th Street in Santa Monica. In 2012, Luhring Augustine opened a space in Bushwick, Brooklyn. In 2020, it opened a new 3,500 square feet (330 square metres) space in Tribeca. The gallery is a member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA).

GALERIE VOSS - Dusseldorf

Rudiger Voss, Owner/Director

Galerie Voss was founded in 1992. Since then it has worked exclusively in the field of international contemporary art and is chiefly dedicated to figurative painting, photography and installations. With its location next to the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf the gallery is situated amid the well-known gallery district. The top painters include Sandra Ackermann, Frank Bauer (Richter school), Davide La Rocca, Harding Meyer and Kate Waters. The main photography artists are Iwajla Klinke , Giacomo Costa, Claudia Rogge and Mary A. Kelly. The artists Maia Naveriani from London, Masaharu Sato and Mihoko Ogaki from Japan and Amparo Sard from Spain work in the field of installations and new media. Apart from constantly alternating exhibitions the gallery attends art fairs all over Europe such as Art Cologne, Art Brussels, Photo Miami, Palmbeach3, Fine Art Fair Frankfurt, Arte Fiera Bologna, The Solo Project Basel, Kunst Zurich, Docks Art Fair, Lyon or Contemporary Istanbul.


Lana S. Meador, Associate Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art

Lana S. Meador joined the San Antonio Museum of Art's curatorial department in 2015 and currently serves as the Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art. She has worked on over a dozen exhibitions at SAMA including co-curating Of Country and Culture: The Lam Collection of Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Art (2017), Intercambios: Modernist Photography in Mexico from the Permanent Collection (2017), Capturing the Moment: Photographs from the Marie Brenner and Ernest Pomerantz Collection (2019), and Texas Women: A New History of Abstract Art (2020). She organized the 2018 retrospective Marilyn Lanfear: Material Memory and in 2023 she curated Gateway: Carlos Rosales-Silva, Pase Usted, a site-specific mural that launched SAMA's Gateway project series. Lana received her BA in English from The University of Texas at Austin and MA in Art History from Texas Christian University.


Savina Mokreva, Creative Director Art

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Caroline Giddis, Curatorial Research Associate

The High Museum of Art (colloquially The High) is the largest museum for visual art in the Southeastern United States. Located in Atlanta, Georgia, The High organizes and presents exhibitions of international and national significance alongside its comprehensive collection of more than 18,000 works of art, and is especially known for its 19th- and 20th-century American decorative arts, folk and self-taught art, modern and contemporary art, and photography. A cultural nexus of Atlanta since 1905, it hosts festivals, live performances, public conversations, independent art films, and educational programs year-round. In 2010, it had 509,000 visitors, 95th among world art museums.


Benjamin Eck, Director & Founder

Benjamin Eck Gallery for Contemporary Art in Munich shows a spectrum from photorealism to abstract painting, from oversized to small-scale works, in visual and plastic media, objects and sculptures - represented in the works of renowned international artists such as Victor Rodriguez or Clio Newton. Unconventional materials, such as steel or paraffin, complement classical oil paintings and bronze sculptures, while there remains space between the two great themes human and abstraction for a wide variety of contemporary art. With fresh concepts, such as the ARTLAB Munich or the Gallery at Night series, a platform is offered to emerging young artists and new potential is valued and promoted. Through these exhibitions, the gallery is constantly in touch with potential newcomers and mediates between established art circles and new creative talents.


Angie Davey, Art Consultant & Advisory

Angie Davey is an art industry professional with 20 years experience of working in contemporary art. Former creative director and artist liaison at pioneering London-based online gallery and print publishers Eyestorm, her background is working with artists to initiate and create high-end limited editions and promoting art in online settings. Key curatorial projects have been with Wallpaper Magazine, Sir Terence Conran and Selfridges.


Dr. Thomas Elsen, Director of H2 / Contemporary Art

In 1996, a year after joining the Kunstsammlungen und Museen, Augsburg, as a curator of art and photography, Thomas Elsen founded the Neue Galerie im Hohmannhaus, a new experimental art space. He also founded the H2 - Center for Contemporary Art in the Glasspalace in 2006. Recent exhibitions include Behind Landscape (with Jaakko Heikkila, Anastasia Khoroshilova, Trevor Paglen, among others, 2012); Portraits d'artistes: Edward Steichen - Jean Noel Schramm (2014); A Process - 'Der Greif' photography magazine (2014); Faces of Disappearance(with Sophie Calle, Larry Sultan, Olaf Unverzart, among others, 2015/16); Not Here Yet, together with Celina Lunsford (with Alberto Garcia Alix, Maurizio Cattelan, Hamish Fulton, Ferit Kuyas, among others, 2016/17). In addition, he curated exhibitions within the European Month of Photography (EMOP), Berlin (2012); Dusseldorf Photo Weekend (2013); Tashkent Photo-Biennale (2014). He has been a member of the Deutsche Fotografische Akademie DFA, German Photographic Academy since 2012.


Joshua White, Founder

Joshua White is a presenter and producer on The Art Channel which films and reviews exhibitions of contemporary art. He teaches at Christie's Education in London where he runs The London Art Course, a modern and contemporary art programme. Elsewhere, he has lectured for The Tate Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery, The Design Museum and Sotheby's Institute. Joshua is also a writer who has been published by the BBC, The FT, Christie's and Flash Art.


Alison Hearst, Curator

Alison Hearst is curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. She curated the museum's FOCUS exhibition series from 2015-2022, and has presented solo exhibitions of artists including Fred Tomaselli, Mario Garcia Torres, Joyce Pensato, Jill Magid, Martine Gutierrez, Thomas Demand, Lorna Simpson, Analia Saban, Jamal Cyrus, and Stanley Whitney, amongst others. In 2019, she organized the twenty-year survey Robyn O'Neil: WE, THE MASSES. Hearst was the curator of Donald Sultan: The Disaster Paintings, which traveled to the Lowe Art Museum, Miami; the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh; and the Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln. Hearst served as assistant curator of the major exhibitions Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s and Mexico Inside Out: Themes in Art Since 1990. In addition to her FOCUS publications, she is the editor of and a contributing author to Donald Sultan: The Disaster Paintings, and a contributing author to Mexico Inside Out: Themes in Art Since 1990, Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s, and Katherine Bernhardt: Swatches. She received a MA in Art History from Texas Christian University, and a BFA in Art History from the University of North Texas.


Tiago Pinto, Creative Director

Tiago Pinto is an advertising creative from Lisbon, Portugal devoted to create brand experiences that place brands on people's sweet spot. His work as an art director includes campaigns for cars to pharmaceuticals, cigarettes to liquor brands and retail, on agencies such as McCann Portugal, StrawberryFrog Amsterdam, G2 Amsterdam (Grey Group) and Duda Portugal. Tiago's work has been awarded and recognized at Caples International Awards (NY), Golden Award of Montreux (CH) and the Portuguese Creative Club, amongst others. He's proud to have seen his personal work hanging on the walls of galleries from Belgium to the UK and USA.

CHUNG 24 GALLERY - San Francisco

Diane Chung, Owner & Gallery Director

Chung 24 Gallery program seeks to nurture emerging talent, showcase new works by established artists and investigate photography-based art practices. The gallery's goal is to make art accessible by introducing patrons to artists with innovative visions and differing voices who are at various stages of their careers; to create a physical space for encounters between artists and their future collectors; to engage the public in conversations about the pieces and in discovering the unique processes and methods of these talented artists. It is about the love of art, the passion and joy one feels when one finds that perfect piece and the yearning for more.


Alexandra Prata, Head of Design

Publicis Worldwide Polska is one of the largest and most successful advertising agencies in Poland. Its structures include the following branches: Publicis Poland, Publicis Lion, Publicis Health and Publicis Consultants. A world marketing communication group, present in 108 countries and employing over 80,000 people. The agency's clients in Poland include: Procter & Gamble / PGT, Sanofi, Nestle Polska, Michelin, BNP Paribas Bank Polska, Gallo Vineyards, Coca-Cola Poland Services, Animex, Renault Polska, PKN ORLEN, Prudential and L'Oreal Polska.


Christopher Till, Director

Christopher Till is the founding and current Director of the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg and has organised exhibitions on Nelson Mandela, Steve Biko, Oliver Tambo, George Bizos and the Women's March among many others. He began his career at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in 1977, becoming Director in 1980 before serving as Director of the Johannesburg Art Gallery from 1983 to 1991. During his tenure he was responsible for several ground breaking exhibitions, including The Neglected Tradition: Towards a New History of South African Art, secured the Brenthurst Collection of African Art, and commissioned several major sculptures for the collection. As Director of Culture for the City of Johannesburg from 1991 to 2001, he established the city's first cultural office and directed the formation of arts and culture policy. He was responsible for establishing the Johannesburg Arts Alive International Festival in 1992, and the Johannesburg Biennales in 1995/1997 and the re-building of the Civic Theatre (now Joburg Theatre). He is a founding board member of the International Council of Museums Fine Art Committee (ICOM) and a member of the International Committee for Exhibitions and Exchange and Chairman of the Cape Town Triennial Organising Committee. He is currently the principal driver in the development of the Mandela Capture Site in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal with its new museum and renowned sculpture of Mr Mandela by Marco Cianfanelli. In 2018, Christopher received the USIBA (Creative and Cultural Industries) Award in in the Heritage & Museum category awarded by Minister Nathi Mthethwa: Department Arts & Culture South Africa.


Lorenzo Balbi, Director

MAMbo - Museum of Modern Art of Bologna is housed in a building built in 1915 and was used as a municipal bakery to deal with the supply difficulties of the citizens of Bologna during the First World War, the museum began in the early nineties with the recovery and consolidation of the building. The new exhibition space was inaugurated on 5 May 2007and the collections that belonged to the former Gallery of Modern Art in Bologna were transferred to the MAMbo. The exhibition itinerary is currently divided into nine thematic areas (Art and Ideology, 1977 Art and Action, 1968 New Perspectives, 1968 Arte Povera, Forma 1, L'Informale, Arcangeli: l'ultimo naturalismo, Focus on Contemporary Italian Art, new acquisitions ), which document some of the most innovative aspects of artistic practice from the second half of the twentieth century until today, seen through the experience of the former Gallery of Modern Art.