The beautiful mundanity of family lifeSarah Eberspacher, THE WEEK May 23, 2017
A photographer turns her camera on her family to expose the social stigmas and extraordinary ordinariness of living with Down Syndrome.
Like most parents, Sian Davey has taken countless photos of her youngest daughter, Alice, capturing those heartbreakingly fleeting childhood moments, both big and small.
The next generation of photographers you need to watch out for in 2017HUCK May 20, 2017
Each year the Magnum Graduate Photographers Award sees the very best of a new wave of photographers celebrated for their work. Nominated and judged by figures from all corners of the industry, including Huck News Editor Michael Segalov, here's your introduction to this year's ten winners.
Announcement: The Graduate Photographers Award 2017 WinnersMagnum Photos website May 20, 2017
Magnum Photos are proud to announce ten recently graduated photographers as the winners of the Graduate Photographers Award 2017 in association with Photo London and supported by RBB Economics, The photographers have won mentoring from a Magnum photographer, a portfolio review event with the nomination panel and a slideshow of their work at a prize-giving reception on Thursday 18 May at Photo London.
Siân Davey: The Graduate Photographers Award 2017British journal Photography May 20, 2017
The ten winners are: Carl Bigmore, Georgs Avetisjans, Kazuma Obara, Lua Ribeira, Martin Seeds, Matthew Broadhead, Michael Vince Kim, Monica Alcazar-Duarte, Sam Ivin and Sian Davey.
“This award provides the opportunity to both support and celebrate exceptional photographic talent,” says Shannon Ghannam, global education manager at Magnum Photos London. “It’s been exciting over the past two years to watch the career progression of those who have won previous iterations.”
The touching adolescents of Siân Davey & Joseph SzaboL'Oeil de la Photographie May 3, 2017
Two series, made nearly fifty years apart by photographers Siân Davey and Joseph Szabo, explore the vulnerability, beauty and ambivalence of adolescence. An exhibition entitled Untethered on view at Michael Hoppen Gallery in London.
Two photographers capture teenage life fifty years apart at Michael Hoppen GalleryJESSIE THOMPSON, Evening Standard April 20, 2017
Photographs of teenage life taken by two photographers fifty years apart are on display at Michael Hoppen Gallery.
Untethered features Joseph Szabo’s Teenage series from the early 1970s, and Sian Davey’s ongoing photo series Martha. Shown alongside each other, they show the vulnerability and ambivalence of adolescence half a decade apart.
Untethered: Teenagers then and nowBBC World service April 15, 2017
Untethered is an exhibition at the Michael Hoppen Gallery in London, comparing the teenage experience of the 1970s to today.
Dazed and confused: Joseph Szabo's portraits of adolescence – in picturesThe Guardian April 14, 2017
Joseph Szabo was a frustrated high-school teacher in need of inspiration – so he started photographing his students, and captured all the angst and excitement of being caught between childhood and adulthood
In pictures: the W* photography desk’s daily digest of visual inspirationJames Warren, Wallpaper* Magazine April 7, 2017
Today the Michael Hoppen Gallery presents 'Untethered', two photographic series from Joseph Szabo and Sian Davey. Created 50 years a part, both projects explore the vulnerability, beauty and ambivalence of youth. Szabo started his photography project ‘Teenage’ when he was an art teacher in the 70s, photographing the students he taught and building mutual respect with them. Davey’s project ‘Martha’ explores her daughter's tumultuous teenage years. She documents the transition from child to adult, showing how a person can behave when free of social expectations; when they are 'Untethered'. Until 20 May.
UNTETHERED: This Photo Exhibition Reveals how Youth Hasn’t Changed In 50 YearsAlexander Lendrum, UNRATED April 7, 2017
Untethered: a comparison exhibition comparing photographer Joseph Szabo’s photos of youth from the ’70s, and Siân Davey’s modern images.
Untethered: Two photographic series, made fifty years apart, that explore adolescenceKaty Cowan, Creative Boom April 7, 2017
Has anything really changed for teenagers since the 1970s? Have five decades made any impact on the way young people are, and how they see the world? The highs and the lows in which they face?
JOSEPH SZABO AND SIÂN DAVEY: RESTLESS DESIRE AND THE BLOSSOMING SEXUALITY OF ADOLESCENCEismorbo April 7, 2017
With a series of the 60's and a contemporary, photographers Joseph Szabo and Siân Davey show us that despite the passage of time and generations, adolescence remains the same.
Exhibition: Untethered, Joseph Szabo & Siân DaveyDPN April 6, 2017
Photos of teens taken 50 years apart show nothing changesNiall Flynn, DAZED magazine April 5, 2017
A new exhibition draws parallels between photographer Joseph Szabo and Siân Davey’s documentations of youth – taken 50 years apart
Untethered: Joseph Szabo and Siân Davey present 50 years of being youngAlex Wheeler, International Business Times March 31, 2017
Michael Hoppen Gallery presents "Untethered" – an exhibition of two photographic series by Joseph Szabo and Siân Davey which explore on the vulnerability, beauty and ambivalence of youth that were made nearly 50 years apart.
Joseph Szabo: the teacher who photographed a bygone era of American youthAdam White , Sunday Telegraph March 26, 2017
In 1972, Joseph Szabo, a 28-year-old art and photography teacher at Malverne High School, Long Island, was struggling to connect with his pupils. So he started taking pictures of them. “I tried to photograph everybody,” he says, speaking on the phone from Long Island, where he still lives. “I wanted to include every kind of student, whether they were a stereotype or not in terms of what a teenager should be, and I think the kids saw that. They respected that, and I think they liked that.”