Four of Greg Kahn’s entries have been shortlisted at The Royal Photographic Society’s Annual International Print Exhibition.
Preston Gannway will be on a panel discussion with fellow Documentary Project Fund grantees on their funded projects and the role of documentary photography today.
As we approach the four-year anniversary of the founding of GRAIN, we are thrilled to announce that Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, Preston Gannaway, will be joining Greg Kahn, Lexey Swall, and Tristan Spinski as a member of the collective. Gannaway, originally from North Carolina, is a documentary and editorial photographer based in the San Francisco Bay […]
Preston Gannaway gave a talk at the Chrysler Museum of Art on her book, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.
After careful consideration, we are pleased to award Carolina Hidalgo and Kholood Eid the two 2016 GRAIN Scholarships for The Image, Deconstructed Workshop. The list of applicants was competitive and impressed us with their experience, their creativity and dedication to the craft of visual storytelling. Carolina Hidalgo stood out with her ability to convey a […]
In an effort to promote more diverse voices photojournalism GRAIN photography collective is offering a scholarship to two photographers of color for The Image, Deconstructed workshop. Each recipient will have the registration fee waived. Food, lodging and travel is not included. For consideration, please submit a resume, link to your website and a letter describing […]
Last Fall we had the opportunity to collaborate with Yuliya Kashapova, a Washington, D.C.-based illustrator, for our annual GRAIN promo that showcased each of our personal projects — All of the Above, Mr. Sczelepinski and The Sleep of Reason. This resulted in a softcover, three-chapter book with photographs and illustrations. The idea of working with […]
GRAIN photographer Greg Kahn was selected as one of 50 to receive the Emerging Photographer Award from LensCulture: