Team

  Director John Fleetwood   johnf@phototool.co.za   John Fleetwood is the director of  Photo:.  He was born and lives in Johannesburg.    Fleetwood is a photography curator and educator.  Fleetwood recently curated  ‘Of traps and tropes’  as part of Kerkennah International Photography Festival (Tunisia, 2018) and  ‘Five Photographers: A tribute to David Goldblatt’  (Johannesburg, 2018). He curated ‘ Cities and Memory’ as part of the Photo Biennale in Denmark (2016).  He co-curated  ‘Against Time’  an exhibition of emerging photographers (Bamako Encounters, 2015). He co-commissioned  ‘A Return to Elsewhere’ , a collaborative photography project on communities and dis/connect, for the Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 and the Joburg Photo Umbrella 2014. He was the co-curator for  ‘Transition’  - a collaboration between South African and French photographers (Johannesburg, 2012 & Rencontres d’Arles, 2013).  In 2017, Fleetwood was guest editor for Aperture’s  Platform Africa  edition.  Fleetwood works closely with the Centres of Learning for Photography in Africa and other institutions of learning and mentorship.  From 2002-2015 Fleetwood was the Head of the Market Photo Workshop, a school, gallery and project space.  Fleetwood acts in various capacities in the following projects:  • Nominator, Prix Pictet Award, since 2016  http://www.prixpictet.com   • Nominator, Paul Huf Award, since 2017  https://www.foam.org/talent/foam-paul-huf-award   • Nominator, Joop Swart Masterclass, World Press Awards, since 2009  http://www.worldpressphoto.org/academy/joop-swart-masterclass   • Jury member for the CAP Prize, International Prize for Contemporary African Photography, since 2014 https://www.capprize.com  • Jury member, Pride Photo Award, 2016  http://www.pridephotoaward.org/en/   • Judge for The Fence 2018, A travelling photography exhibition.

Director John Fleetwood
johnf@phototool.co.za

John Fleetwood is the director of Photo:. He was born and lives in Johannesburg.

Fleetwood is a photography curator and educator.

Fleetwood recently curated ‘Of traps and tropes’ as part of Kerkennah International Photography Festival (Tunisia, 2018) and ‘Five Photographers: A tribute to David Goldblatt’ (Johannesburg, 2018). He curated ‘Cities and Memory’as part of the Photo Biennale in Denmark (2016).

He co-curated ‘Against Time’ an exhibition of emerging photographers (Bamako Encounters, 2015). He co-commissioned ‘A Return to Elsewhere’, a collaborative photography project on communities and dis/connect, for the Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 and the Joburg Photo Umbrella 2014. He was the co-curator for ‘Transition’ - a collaboration between South African and French photographers (Johannesburg, 2012 & Rencontres d’Arles, 2013).

In 2017, Fleetwood was guest editor for Aperture’s Platform Africa edition.

Fleetwood works closely with the Centres of Learning for Photography in Africa and other institutions of learning and mentorship.

From 2002-2015 Fleetwood was the Head of the Market Photo Workshop, a school, gallery and project space.

Fleetwood acts in various capacities in the following projects:

• Nominator, Prix Pictet Award, since 2016 http://www.prixpictet.com

• Nominator, Paul Huf Award, since 2017 https://www.foam.org/talent/foam-paul-huf-award

• Nominator, Joop Swart Masterclass, World Press Awards, since 2009 http://www.worldpressphoto.org/academy/joop-swart-masterclass

• Jury member for the CAP Prize, International Prize for Contemporary African Photography, since 2014 https://www.capprize.com

• Jury member, Pride Photo Award, 2016 http://www.pridephotoaward.org/en/

• Judge for The Fence 2018, A travelling photography exhibition.

 

Coordinator Amy Daniels
amyd@phototool.co.za

Amy Daniels is the Coordinator of Photo: She was born and lives in Johannesburg.

Daniels has recently coordinated various projects of Photo: including; democraSEE - a new award for Southern African Photography, 10:10 platforms, the Survey and interactive digital map for Photography training and learning Initiatives on the African continent and the exhibitions: ‘Five Photographers: A tribute to David Goldblatt’ (Johannesburg, 2018) and Cities and Memory (Denmark 2016).

Previous exhibitions include: Resist(e) (France, 2017) and assisted with the coordination for Against Time – A group exhibition as part of the Bamako Biennale in Mali, 2015.

 
  Project Coordinator Georgia Munnik   georgiam@phototool.co.za   Georgia Munnik is the Project Coordinator of Photo: and a visual artist based in Johannesburg.   Munnik completed her BA (honours) in Fine Art at Wits School of Arts (2012) and graduated with an MFA from Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art, Norway (2015).  Munnik works between the fields of visual arts, curating, writing, pedagogy and queer social activism. She was featured as the festival visual artist for the Arctic Moving Image and Film festival, Norway (2016) and has exhibited and attended artist residencies in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Russia and South Africa. Munnik is also one third and co-founder of the queer feminist artist collective, IMA READ (DE/CA/SE/ZA). IMA READ have produced a number of nightclubs, publications and workshops towards collective education on intersectionality in feminist practice. The collective produced the Arctic Pride Kick-off in 2016 and 2017 and most recently, IMA READ produced an audio-visual component for SMK Fridays: Cut The GAP, at the Danish National Museum (2017).  In 2017, Munnik worked with Fak’ugesi African Digital Arts Festival as the programme coordinator for Daring Curating, a forum on African Digital Art.

Project Coordinator Georgia Munnik georgiam@phototool.co.za

Georgia Munnik is the Project Coordinator of Photo: and a visual artist based in Johannesburg.

Munnik completed her BA (honours) in Fine Art at Wits School of Arts (2012) and graduated with an MFA from Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art, Norway (2015).

Munnik works between the fields of visual arts, curating, writing, pedagogy and queer social activism. She was featured as the festival visual artist for the Arctic Moving Image and Film festival, Norway (2016) and has exhibited and attended artist residencies in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Russia and South Africa. Munnik is also one third and co-founder of the queer feminist artist collective, IMA READ (DE/CA/SE/ZA). IMA READ have produced a number of nightclubs, publications and workshops towards collective education on intersectionality in feminist practice. The collective produced the Arctic Pride Kick-off in 2016 and 2017 and most recently, IMA READ produced an audio-visual component for SMK Fridays: Cut The GAP, at the Danish National Museum (2017).

In 2017, Munnik worked with Fak’ugesi African Digital Arts Festival as the programme coordinator for Daring Curating, a forum on African Digital Art.