Past SHOTS & WORKS Artists
Festival 2016 projection artists included 1%: Priviledge in a Time of Global Inequality Photographers Curated by Myls Little, Peter van Agtmael, Bas Berkhout, Erin Brethauer & Tim Hussin- The San Francisco Chronicle, Zackary Canepari- California is a Place, Care, Chris Cho- Skunk Productions, Conservation International, Corey Creasey & Terri Timely- Park Pictures, Carli Davidson, Harold Edgerton, Matt Eich, Awol Erizku, Andrew Esiebo, Felt Soul Media/Wazee Motion Pictures/Moonhouse Collaboration, Lauren Fleishman, Anson Fogel & Skip Armstrong, Ron Galella, Thomas Gleeson, Melissa Golden, Caitlyn Greene, Cristobal Hara, Harbors Studios, Jonathan Harris, Ryan Enn Hughes, Tim Hussin, Isadora Kosofsky, Yuri Kozyrev, Stacy Kranitz, Cy Kuckenbake, Vincent Laforet, Wayne Lawrence, Dana Lizenberg, Amy Lombard, Kirsten Luce, Eric Maierson, Michael Marcelle, MediaStorm, Christopher Morris, Laura Morton, Jesse Neider, Landon Nordeman, Andrew Norton, John Nowak, Lucas Oleniuk & Randy Risling- The Toronto Star, Stuart Palley, Nigel Parry, Thomas Prior, Red Border Films, Redfitz, Adam Rose, Run Riot Films, Emanuele Satolli, Robin Schwartz, Tim Sessler, Jamel Shabazz, Callie Shell, Mike Sinclair, Ben C. Solomon- The New York Times, Alan Spearman, Gaia Squarci, Gabriele Stabile, Paul Trillo, Western Sydney University, and Andrea Wise.
Festival 2015 WORKS artists included Anonymous, Devin Alberda, Devin Allen, Stacey Baker, Nancy Borowick, Megan Breukelman, Bieke Depoorter, Chris Field, Annie Flanagan, Preston Gannaway, Tierney Gearon, Bruce Gilden, Katy Grannan, David Guttenfelder, Ron Haviv, Frans Hofmeester, Elizabeth Huey, Michael Itkoff, Ed Kashi, Mike Kirsch, Greg Krehel, Olivia Locher, Ben Lowy, Eleanor Macnair, Adam Magyar, Miki Meek, Andrew Moore, Chris Payne, Mark Peterson, Gueorgui Pinkhassov, Thomas Sauvin, Jamey Stillings, Zoë Timmers, Brian Ulrich, Anand Varma, and Ian Willms.
Festival 2013 WORKS artists included Nina Berman, Matthew Brandt, Bonnie Briant, Maximilien Brice, Clare Carter, Catherine Chalmers, David Chancellor, Nick Cobbing, Maisie Crow, Pari Dukovic, Natan Dvir, Donna Ferrato, Ashley Gilbertson, Stanley Greene, Alaa Hassan, Tyler Hicks, Britta Jaschinski, Shannon Jensen, Zhang Kechun, Lisa Kereszi, Hajime Kimura, Mark W. Moffett, Lindsay Morris, NASA Goddard Photo and Video, K.R. Newberry, Katie Orlinsky, Paolo Pellegrin, Eugene Richards, Deidre Schoo and Michael Beach Nichols, Shaul Schwarz, Manjari Sharma, Anthony Sherin, Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse, Will Steacy, Andrea Stern, Peter van Agtmael, Clara Vannucci, Jean-Michel Voge, Tim Walker, Wendel White, Lisa Wiltse, and Ji Yeo.
Festival 2012 WORKS/SHOTS artists included Timothy Archibald, Corey Arnold, Kate Breakey, Bharat Choudhary, Kelli Connell, Lois Conner, Bob Croslin, Josh Dickinson, Mitch Dobrowner, Beth Dow, Jason Eskenazi, Steve Fitch, Jason Fulford, Arlene Gottfried, David Alan Harvey, Todd Hido, Rob Hornstra, Rachel Hulin, Austin Irving, Thilde Jensen, Kim Keever, Idris Khan, Martin Klimas, Julia Kozerski, Sean Lee, Sebastian Liste, Robert Llewellyn, Gerd Ludwig, Cristina de Middel, James Mollison, Zanele Muholi, Michael "Nick" Nichols,
Simon Norfolk, Rebecca Norris Webb, Remi Ochlik, Paul Octavious, Thomas Peschak, Carsten Peter, Moises Saman, Viviane Sassen, Ayumi Tanaka, Newsha Tavakolian, Anastasia Taylor-Lind, and Steve Winter.
Festival 2011 WORKS/SHOTS artists included Peter van Agtmael, Elinor Carucci, Tim Davis, Raphaël Dallaporta, Larry Fink, FotoKonbit, Martine Fougeron, Ziyah Gafic, Tierney Gearon, Reinier Gerritsen, Steve Giovinco, Sarah Girner, Katy Grannan, David Alan Harvey, Jessica Hilltout, Robert van der Hilst, Pieter Hugo, Jeff Jacobson, Yuri Kozyrev, Jacob Krupnick, Gillian Laub, Tim Laman, Wang Lei, Laura Letinsky, Stephen Mallon, Kendall Messick, Andrew Moore, Christopher Morris, Richard Mosse, Stefanie Mueller, Dewey Nicks, Paolo Pellegrin, Taryn Simon, Anna Skladmann, Erin Trieb, Chris Verene, Brad Vest, Tereza Vlckova, Donald Weber, Damon Winter, and Susan Worsham.
Festival 2009 featured WORKS/SHOTS artists William Albert Allard, Stephen Alvarez, Ragnar Axelsson, Ernesto Bazan, Peter Bialobrzeski, Chris Bickford, Jodi Bieber, Pep Bonet, Chien-Chi Chang,Alejandro Chaskielberg, Diane Cook & Len Jenshel, Richard Corman, Andrew Cutraro, Jessica Dimmock, Philippe Dudouit, Mitch Epstein, Jason Eskenazi, Mirjam Evers, Melissa Farlow, Natela Grigalashvili, Tim Hetherington, Todd Hido, Saiful Huq Omi, Carl Kiilsgaard, Yuri Kozyrev, Vincent Laforet, Kadir van Lohuizen, Jon Lowenstein, Joshua Lutz, Davide Monteleone, Ross McDermott & Andrew Owen, Michael "Nick" Nichols, Paolo Pellegrin, Alex Prager, Susana Raab, Shawn Rocco, Michael Rubenstein, Brian Skerry, Amy Stein, Anthony Suau,
Hank Willis Thomas, John Trotter, Donald Weber, Michael Wolf, Jessica Woolf, and Christian Ziegler .
Festival 2008 featured WORKS/SHOTS artists Christoph Bangert, Richard Barnes, Juliana Beasley, Valerie Belin, Marcus Bleasdale, Michael Christopher Brown, Andrea Bruce, Kathryn Cook, Anton Corbijn, Andrew Cutraro, Carolyn Drake, Lucas Foglia, Danny Wilcox Frazier, Balazs Gardi, Elizabeth Gilbert, Pieter ten Hoopen, Simen Johan, Chris Jordan, Richard Kalvar, Ed Kashi and Julie Winokur, Teru Kuwayama, Robb Kendrick, Antonin Kratochvil, Erika Larsen, Alen MacWeeney, Rafal Milach, Bobby Model, Andrea Modica, Seamus Murphy, Vincent J. Musi, Dominic Nahr, Michael "Nick" Nichols, Paul Nicklen, Randy Olson, Brian Plonka, Lorena Ros, Callie Shell, Stephanie Sinclair, Lana Slezic, George Steinmetz, Scott Strazzante, Joseph Sywenkyj, Jonathan Torgovnik, Diana Walker,
Vanessa Winship, and Dan Winters.
Festival 2007 WORKS/SHOTS artists included Roger Ballen, Anna Bauer, Jonas Bendiksen, Cass Bird, Alexandra Boulat, Kelly Bruggema, Phil Buehler, Mary Button, Yoon Byun, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Brian Cassella, Anton Corbijn, Jen Davis, Matt Eich, Lalla Essaydi, Donna Ferrato, Fanny Griffiths Ferrato,Ann Giordano, Mariana Gruener, David Alan Harvey, Tyler Hicks, Shai Kremer,
David Leeson, Jeff Liao, Pedro Gasiglia Linger, David Liittschwager, Finlay MacKay, Jessie Mann, Luis Mazariegos, Domingo Milella, Mark W. Moffett, Christopher Morris, Ian Nichols, Paul Nicklen, Landon Nordeman, Simon Norfolk, Farah Nosh, Suellen Parker, Stacy Pearsall, Paolo Pellegrin, Gueorgui Pinkhassov, Sam Richards, Dana Romanoff, Horacio Salinas, Jon-Phillip Sheridan, Marcin Szczepanski, Casey Templeton, Hazel Thompson, Larry Towell, Alex Webb, Weronika Wisniewska, and Zalmai.
Taking place in conjunction with the Festival, WORKS are evening projections in the Charlottesville Pavilion. Established professionals and emerging artists are given the rare opportunity to fully express an entire project to a large audience free from typical commercial constraints.
Showcasing some of the most exciting and innovative photography projects today, these Friday and Saturday evening projections in the Charlottesville Pavilion present a dynamic cross-section of work from photojournalism to fine art. In these 2-hour projections, established professionals and emerging artists are given the rare opportunity to fully express an entire project to a large audience.
For the 2016 Festival of the Photograph, WORKS Evening Projections were taken over by TIME and MediaStorm. On Friday evening in the Charlottesville Pavilion, TIME's photo editors presented a selection of carefully curated photo projects that remind us why photography continues to be an intimate, moving and influential medium– one that can change our perception of the world.
On Saturday evening at IX Art Park, the Evening Projections were led by a CNN Eye-Opener: An Unconventional Look at the 2016 Election by world-renowned photographers. Following, the team at MediaStorm had chosen a selection of the most compelling multimedia pieces being done today.
How the selections are made: Each year LOOK3 requests nominations from an international group of leaders in the photographic field. From this pool of suggestions, LOOK3′s board of advisors and guest curators choose a final selection of 40-50 projects. We are unable to accept individual submissions due to limited staff and resources.