It is with pleasure that the jurors announce the 2021 Lenscratch Student Prize Second Place Winner, Dylan Hausthor. Dylan was selected for their lyrical and haunting project, What the Rain Brought, and has graduated from Yale this Spring (2021) with an MFA in Photography. The first time I saw Dylan’s photographs was like staring into the sun. A mark from such an intense glowing mass had a lasting impact on me and has been burned into my psyche since.
Lenscratch Student Prize Second Place Winner: Dylan Hausthor – LENSCRATCHhttp://lenscratch.com/2021/07/lenscratch-student-prize-second-place-winner-dylan-hausthor/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+lenscratch%2FZAbG+%28L++E++N++S++C++R++A++T++C++H%29
The 2021 Lenscratch Student Prize: 26 to Watch – LENSCRATCHhttp://lenscratch.com/2021/07/2021-lenscratch-student-prize-26-to-watch/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+lenscratch%2FZAbG+%28L++E++N++S++C++R++A++T++C++H%29
Every year we seek to celebrate the next generation of photographic artists through our Student Prize Awards program. 2021 was a stellar year for photography, not only with a record number of excellent submissions, but the work itself reflected deep thinking and profound subject matter that it made it very difficult for the jurors to narrow down the selections. Before we begin the celebration of our 7 winners tomorrow, we wanted to shine a light on 26 photographers that you should have (and keep) on your radar, artists who may be at the beginning of their photography journey but are already working at an elevated level, creating work that is deeply meaningful, especially in a time when change is critical. Congratulations to all! – Aline Smithson
Juxtapoz Magazine – What the Rain Brought by Dylan Hausthorhttps://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/what-the-rain-brought-by-dylan-hausthor/
What the Rain Brought at LAUNCH F18 features a selection of fifteen recent photographs from photographer Dylan Hausthor, presenting a beautiful and haunting display of black and white photography. Gliding between what seems like captured moments, and staged compositions, these works create a story of intimate human connection.
Sleep Creek – Photographs by Dylan Hausthor & Paul Guilmoth | Book review by Cat Lachowskyj | LensCulturehttps://www.lensculture.com/articles/dylan-hausthor-sleep-creek
This experiment in shared authorship weaves together an enigmatic imaginary New England location out of spellbinding monochrome vignettes.
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