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Images by Nadine Levin Selected by Julia Margaret Cameron Awards for Women Photographers

Ellen Gilkerson | Published on 12/2/2022

Five of PACC member Nadine Levin’s images were awarded Honorable Mention in the 19th Annual Julia Margaret Cameron Awards for Women Photographers.  The juror was Barbara Davidson, a Guggenheim Fellow, three-time Pulitzer and Emmy-award winning photojournalist best known for her work on victims of gang violence in Los Angeles.  Images by all awardees are eligible for display in the April 2023 exhibition at FotoNostrum Gallery in Barcelona.  Awards Galleries for the 19th Annual competition are not yet online.

Nadine submitted five of her older images that she felt were particularly suitable for four categories.  

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Nadine Levin, Honorable Mention images, clockwise from top left, followed by the center image:

  Women photographing women:  Water Ballerinas

  Documentary:  Arms Up Says It All

  Abstract:  My Heart Is Broken

  Street:  Riding in Controlled Chaos

  Women photographing women:  Sands of Time

The Julia Margaret Cameron Awards for Women Photographers provide juried competitions for professional and amateur photographers from around the world,
 to honor talented photographers and to help them further their careers.


Julia Margaret Cameron was born in Calcutta in 1815 and received her first camera in 1863 – age 48 and mother of six – from her daughter and son-in-law.  Malcolm Daniel of The Met’s Department of Photographs wrote a short article about Julia Margaret Cameron’s career as a photographer:  





Julia Margaret Cameron Awards for Women Photographers:


FotoNostrum Gallery:

  Carrer de la Diputació 48

  Barcelona, CAT 08015


  Gallery hours:  

    Tuesday - Thursday:  11 AM – 7 PM

    Friday - Saturday:  11 AM – 9 PM

    Sunday:  11 AM – 3 PM

    Monday:  Closed