Curator Selection / 2021 / /
Love and Peace on the Chrystal Mountain
While Covid has disrupted the whole world, stranded backpackers are volenteering at a Hippie Festival in Golden Bay. New Zealand is a 'safe' country and most of 'normal life' continued. For many backpackers it was not possible to return to their countries and others requested for permits to stay. This Hippie Festival was even so more special in this Covid stricken world.
Love and peace.
Ingetje Tadros occupies a unique place in the world of social documentary photography, capturing the triumphs, tragedy and diversity of people’s lives through her intuitive storytelling.
With a passion deeply rooted in humanitarian causes, her photography is often confronting and provocative to evoke a powerful message, telling people’s stories firstly at a community level and then to provide a conduit for communication between different cultures on a global platform.
Awards Particular Merit Mention-All About Photo -#18 AAP MagazineBlack and White 2021
Honorable Mention-Documentary & Reportage- 16th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards 2021
Semi-Finalist HeadOn PhotoAwards 2020
Shortlisted ( 2 images) Portrait of Humanity 2020
3rd Place-Bronze Award-Photojournalism/Documentary at the 8th Zebra Awards 2020
2x Finalist-Photojournalism/Documentary at the 8th Zebra Awards 2020
Winner Documentary Category-Single-Pro-14th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women 2019
Winner Cell Category-Single-Pro-14th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women 2019
3 Honorable Mentions in Nude, Portrait and People Categories -single image-Pro-14th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women 2019
Finalist at the 5th Jacob Riis Editorial Award 2017
Featured in SDN-Spotlight (Social Documentary Magazine)2017
Winner ANI-PixPalace Award 2016 interview at Visa Pour L'Image
Finalist FotoEvidence Book Award 2016 - This is My Country
Certificate LeadAwards 2016 - LeadAcademy (Germany) „Das Leben der verletzten Seelen“ which was published in Stern/N°16, 2016-part of This is My Country
Winner Walkley Awards for Excellence in Photojournalism -Feature Photographic Essay- 2015.(the Australian equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize )
Winner Amnesty International Media Awards 2015,Photography Cat.
Winner Best Feature Photographic Essay at the West Australian Media Awards 2015
Highly Commended at the West Australian Media Awards 2015
Winner The Last Picture Show,New York Photo Festival, Category Photo-book 2015
Winner at The Exposure Award,digital display at The Louvre in Paris 2015
Finalist in the United Nations Association of Australia Media Peace Awards,Photojournalism Award 2015
Finalist at 'The Last Picture Show' in the Category- Photo Book- New York Photo Festival 2015
Finalist-Fremantle International Portrait Prize(FIPP-AUS)2015 and selected in the Top Best 20
Semi Finalist HeadOn 2015
Shortlisted for the Gomma Photography Grant 2015
RunnerUp Australia's Top Emerging Photographers 2015