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The Alphabet Project is now on Twitter. Visit @alphabetproject for all the latest updates

 

Ed Suter and Valérie Català Pilato have moved from following to responding photographers and newcomers Olivia Malone and Quentin Ducros have come on board

 

The Alphabet Project featured in Amelia's Magazine and A Photo Editor

 

Andy Adams of Flak Photo said "I love projects like this"

 

Filip Gierlinski has come on board as a responding photographer.

 

Cyrille Weiner and Xavier Fane have become task setting photographers. We'd also like to welcome on board Caroline Foldes, Darr Almeda, Karina Skvirsky and Xander Shaw as responding photographers.

 

The Alphabet Project featured in the live news section of Gomma on 3rd October 2008

 

Walter Neilson has now become a task setting photographer. We'd also like to welcome on board Willem Popelier as a responding photographer.

 

Kristal Armendariz has now become a task setting photographer. We'd also like to welcome on board Kirsten Cox and Zac Goodwin as responding photographers.

 

Tristan Thomson has now become a task setting photographer. We'd also like to welcome on board Nancy Walters and Ted Morrison as responding photographers.

 

Graffiti artist Jef Aerosol took a look at the 'Graffiti' images and commented "your project is cool and the pictures are all nice and interesting."

 

Hind Mezaina, Laura Doñate, qi peng and xta Holka have now become task setting photographers and we'd also like to welcome on board Hannah Mentz, Lizzi Kitaen, Quinn Starr, Xavier Fane and Yuri Jossa as responding photographers. This means that the group is now made of 26 men and 26 women who are from the US, Canada, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France, Germany, Spain, Ukraine, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, Trinidad, Dubai and South Africa. Amateurs through to professionals.

 

On Tuesday 8th April 2008 Ingrid Boberg organised an exhibition of the 'A' photographs at the St Paul St Gallery in Auckland, New Zealand. The images were projected onto a wall of the gallery. Please click here for a copy of the invitation that was sent out.

 

On Monday 31st April 2008 the Alphabet Project was listed in the Monday Art Post.