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Website: The Hyman Collection online relaunch

The Hyman Collection has announced a new website with additional features and expanded scope to reflect the breadth of the collection. It replaces the original site launched in 2015.  The Hyman Collection is the private collection of Claire and James Hyman. It started in 1996 and consists of over 3000 works from across the world, in all media. 

The current exhibition is: Visual Politics: Recent acquisitions by the Hyman Collection which runs until 1 April 2022. See:  http://hymancollection.org/exhibitions/13/

The Hyman Foundation exists to promote and advance education in and appreciation of the arts, in particular the art of photography, in particular but not exclusively by:
a) The establishment and maintenance of an archive, collection and library of historical and contemporary photography; and
b) Providing support to contemporary artists working in photography through the awarding of grants and commissions in particular but not exclusively to young artists and to women working with photography.

Scope of Activities
The Hyman Foundation aims to promote and support photography in Britain in all its diversity.

The charity aims to facilitate the work of contemporary artists, fund research and scholarship, and address issues of legacy and the preservation of archives.
To serve these objectives, we plan to do the following:

  1. Create a series of funded grants and projects. These include:
    • Grants with a focus on young artists and women working in photography
    • Mentoring for younger and mid-career artists to advise on their careers, consider legacy issues, and encourage best practice for archiving their work.
    • Working with older artists to help preserve, archive and digitize photographic work for future heritage.
    • Research grants for art historical scholarship
  2. Establish and maintain an archive, collection and library of historical and contemporary photographs.
  3. Form partnerships with other arts organizations, including Universities, to provide a hub for British photography past, present and future.

Visit the website here: https://hymancollection.org/

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Comment by Edward McCann on January 30, 2022 at 19:12

  

     Bully -- in a good way -- for your projects.

 

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