The MAST Foundation present the sixth edition of its biennial MAST Photography Grant on Industry and Work, dedicated to emerging talents in photography.
The exhibition, curated by Urs Stahel, will present the work of the sixth edition finalists: Chloe Dewe Mathews, Alinka Echeverría, Maxime Guyon, Aapo Huhta, and Pablo López Luz. The young photographers have been selected from a pool of 47 talented candidates from all over the world and develop an original and unpublished project for the exhibition around contemporary themes related to the world of industry and work.
The five selected projects investigate contemporary themes, such as the environmental damage caused by intensive agriculture, the evolving role of women in the field of the cinematic and computer programming industries, the fascination of technology and design with industrial products, the impact of artificial intelligence on traditional ways of living and the homologation of the global fashion industry. The winner of the sixth edition is Alinka Echeverría (Mexico City, 1981) with her work Apparent Femininity.
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