TheBronx Documentary Center (BDC) is a non-profit gallery and educational space located in the South Bronx, New York. The BDC presents through exhibitions, screenings, and public programming the work of internationally-renowned and emerging photographers and filmmakers who are dealing with the themes that guide the BDC: justice, education, community-building, and positive social change.
The BDC also provides free education programs for middle and high school students as well as a professional education program for historically underrepresented adult Bronx-based photographers.
Since opening its doors in 2011, the BDC exhibitions and programs have been widely reviewed and featured in national and international newspapers, magazines, local and national radio and TV, establishing the BDC as a place for "World-Class Photojournalism, at Home in the South Bronx" as the New York Times titled in 2016. Publicity campaigns for each BDC exhibitions reach on average 700K in print circulation and 7 billion in online readership.
In 2009, Fondation Carmignac established the Carmignac Photojournalism Award. Directed by Emeric Glayse, it funds annually the production of an investigative photo reportage on human rights violations and geostrategic issues in the world. Selected by an international jury, the laureate receives an endowment of 50,000 euros, enabling them to carry out an in-depth reportage on the ground, with the logistical support of Fondation Carmignac. The latter presents a traveling exhibition and the publication of a monograph, upon their return.
Done in collaboration with Nathalie Dran (Paris), the publicity campaign for the “Arctic: New Frontier” exhibition at the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie and book launch reached an online readership 622 million and 5.63 million in print circulation.
Magnum Photos is an artist’s cooperative of great diversity and distinction, owned by its photographer members. Magnum Photos represents some of the world’s most renowned photographers, maintaining its founding ideals and idiosyncratic mix of journalist, artist and storyteller.
The legendary photo agency has trusted our services to publicize its 70th anniversary program in New York in 2017 (the campaign reached 4.9 billion online readership and 1 billion in print circulation), several exhibitions in New York and 4 editions of its renown Square Print Sale. The campaigns for the Square Print Sale are done in collaboration with Eleanor Macnair in London, they reach on average 1 million in print circulation and 6 billion online readership, spanning across a dozen countries.
In this third volume of the Magnum Legacy series, co-published with Prestel, renowned historian Linda Gordon presents Morath as she traveled across the globe, often as a woman alone, quietly but firmly defying the conventions for what was appropriate for women at the time.
One of the first women to join Magnum Photos in 1953, Inge Morath worked closely with Robert Capa and Henri Cartier-Bresson. Through a Magnum assignment to document Marilyn Monroe and The Misfits film set, she met the famous playwright Arthur Miller, and their subsequent marriage lasted for forty years. Miller, speaking of his wife, said “She made poetry out of people and their places over half a century.”
Morath's photographs show her cosmopolitanism, her love of literature, her fluency in many languages. Her work is unified by an intimacy and comfort with her subjects. Her respect for the various cultures she documented made her what Gordon calls a visual ethnographer. Truly a citizen of the world, she had a rare ability to see, simultaneously, the universal and the personal.
The campaign reached an online audience of almost 5B, with an estimated 5.23M coverage views, 14.2 million listeners and 604K circulation of print magazines and newspapers.
Atelier Éditions is a limited-edition publishing house based between Los Angeles, California and London, United Kingdom. Authoring archival monographs, contemporary art books, and exploratory printed matter, the atelier regularly curates exhibitions, envisages cultural programming, initiates seminars, workshops, and enacting memorable collaborations.
The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize celebrates established photographic narratives alongside experimental and conceptual approaches to documentary, landscape, and portraiture. The exhibition featured works from the shortlisted artists: Sophie Calle, Awoiska van der Molen, duo Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs, and the 2017 winner, Dana Lixenberg. All of these artists investigate questions of truth and fiction, doubt and certainty, what constitutes the real and ideal, and the relationship between observer and the observed.
The third Photo Vogue Festival was presented in Milan in November 2018. A series of engaging exhibitions and events across the city drew upon the success of the first two editions in 2016 and 2017. Organized by Vogue Italia, the Photo Vogue Festival – the first ever international photography festival dedicated to fashion, has already established itself on the international festival calendar as a meeting place for photography, art and photography, drawing in key industry figures, renowned photographers and leading curators.
Major exhibitions in 2016 displayed the work of female photographers in "The Female Gaze", and a solo exhibition of Italian artist Vanessa Beecroft. In 2017, they examined Fashion & Politics in Vogue Italia, a major retrospective of work by Paolo Roversi and a showcase for up-and-coming talent, scouted and supported through the Photo Vogue platform. In 2018, the festival continued the conversation about the role played by photography in representing and analyzing contemporary society. Major exhibitions included “All That Man is – Fashion and Masculinity Now”, “Embracing Diversity” and a solo exhibition of work by the Norwegian photographer Sølve Sundsbø.
The publicity campaigns were done in collaboration with Eleanor Macnair in London, and reached from 70.6 million online readership in 2016 to 377 million online readership and 258K in print circulation in 2017, and over 1B online readership and 602K in print circulation in 2018.
Daylight Books is a non-profit organization dedicated to publishing art and photography books,. By exploring the documentary mode along with the more conceptual concerns of fine art, Daylight works to revitalize the relationship between art, photography, and the world-at-large.
The publicity campaigns are done in collaboration with Andrea Smith, they reach per book from 150 million to over 1 billion online readership and 45K to 285K in print circulation.
The New York-based publisher powerHouse Books is best known for a diverse publishing program—specialized in fine art, photography, documentary, pop culture, fashion, and celebrity books.
We worked on two of their titles, The Eyes of The City by Richard Sandler and SymmetryBreakfast by Michael Zee. The publicity campaigns reached over 8 billion online readership and 103K in print circulation.
The 2017 edition of FORMAT, the UK’s largest photography festival explored the theme of HABITAT. The biennial festival, taking place in Derby, is a showcase for emerging talent alongside established artists. The 8th edition of FORMAT displayed work by over 200 international artists and photographers across 30 exhibitions, alongside a photobook market, portfolio reviews and a series of innovative events and performances.
The international publicity campaign was done in collaboration with Eleanor Macnair in London. It reached 2.35 billion online readership and 390K in print circulation.
Water Stories is an internationally acclaimed exhibition by American photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz featuring a selection of images and stories from six countries, across four continents, which depict the world’s global water crisis. The project is a collaboration with Earthwatch, WaterAid and WWF, and is supported by the HSBC Water Programme.
The exhibition presented 68 large scale photographs in massive light boxes on the East River waterfront as part of the festival Photoville in September-October 2016.
The publicity campaign reached over 7.4 billion online readership and 1.3 million in print circulation.
The New Press publishes books that promote and enrich public discussion and understanding of the issues vital to democracy and to a more equitable world. Its groundbreaking series looks at LGBTQ communities around the world.