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11TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS HONORS PHOTOGRAPHER Muriel Bonnet FROM France LOS ANGELES 18th March 2018 – photographer Muriel Bonnet of France was presented with the 11th Annual International Color Awards Nominee title in the category of Fine Art at … Continue reading
LOS ANGELES 12th March 2017 – photographer Muriel Bonnet of France was presented with the 10th Annual International Color Awards Nominee title in the category of Fine Art at a prestigious Nomination & Winners Photoshow streamed Saturday, March 4, 2017. … Continue reading
Birmingham, England, 25th April – photographer Muriel Bonnet of France was presented with the 8th Annual International Color Awards Nominee title in the category of People at a prestigious Nomination & Winners Photoshow webcast Saturday, April 18, 2015. 8th Annual … Continue reading
Three of Muriel’s latest images have been selected for the ‘A Celebration of Kodachrome’ Exhibition held at the AOP Gallery, London, from 18th January to 10th February 2011. For more information visit: http://gallery.the-aop.org/Gallery_Exhibitions/p2000_sectionid/21
Following the press view of ‘A Celebration of Kodachrome’ exhibition at the Association of Photographers’ Gallery in London on Wednesday 19th January 2011, The Sunday Times magazine has published Muriel’s image of the Lighthouse on 23rd January 2011.
Muriel is a second prize winner of ‘Seize the MomeNT’ photography competition in conjunction with Tourism NT and National Geographic, hosted on http://www.ephotozine.com/article/winners-of-seize-the-moment-photography-competition-announced-15463
Muriel carried out the photographic documentation of The Monkey King, an outdoor performance by young people organised by Mantle Arts as part of their programme of street and outdoor theatre. This event took place on Sunday 27th June 2010, in … Continue reading
One of the images from the project ‘a la dérive’ has been selected to be exhibited at the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry from July to September 2010.
A new series called ‘à la dérive I’ and ‘à la dérive II’ can now be seen here in the Portfolio section.
Images from Muriel’s project Ordinaire are now part of the permanent art collection of Aston Business School in Birmingham.