2023 Jury

2023 Jury


José Cobo Calderón

José Cobo was born in Santander, Spain (1958).  He has lived in Madrid, Chicago, New  York and Frankfurt. He studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, MFA  Sculpture Dept. and Graduate Certificate in Art History, Theory and Criticism. 

He taught at the Sculpture Department of SAIC, Chicago (USA). He has a Master’s at Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo UIMP, Santander (Spain) and has been a visiting  artist at the Universidad del Pais Vasco, Bilbao(Spain), Kalamazoo institute of Arts,  Michigan (USA), Ox-bow at Saugatuck , Michigan (USA), Vermont Studio Center,  Vermont (USA).  

He has had solo exhibitions at Galeria Juan Silio, Santander (Spain), Arnes & Röpke,  Madrid (Spain), Stefan Röpke, Cologne (Germany), Galerie von Braunbehrens,  Munich (Germany), Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago (USA), FishTank Gallery New  York  (USA), Galeria Alejandro Sales, Barcelona (Spain), Galeria 3 Punts, Barcelona Spain) and Berlin (Germany), Galeria Ferran Cano, Barcelona and Palma de  Mallorca (Spain), Galeria Buades, Madrid (Spain), Galerie Solo Antwerp (Belgium).

Showed at art fairs such as Art Miami (USA), Art Chicago (USA), Art Cologne (Germany), Art First Bologna (Italy), Art Brussels (Belgium), MACO, Mexico DF (Mexico), Kunst,12, Zurich (Switzerland), FIAC Paris (France), PULSE New York (USA), Art New York (USA), KIAF Seoul (South Korea), Seatlle Art Fair (USA), Art  Karlsruhe (Germany), ARCO, Madrid (Spain).


Savina Lambert
Savina Lambert is French, holds a masters in History of Art and Museology from Ecole de Louvre, and has had a career in publishing. An amateur photographer, she has also used her artistic eye working in iconographic and image research for Editions Gallimard, and the U.S. Supreme Court Historical Society. Her international life has reinforced her passion for art and architecture, and has exposed her to a wide range of religious heritage. She is pleased to participate to FRH’s Photo Competition jury.




Snezana Negovanovic

Snezana Negovanovic graduated from the Belgrade University of Arts, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Department of Camera. Her final project was titled “Photography of architecture, Balkan style in the architecture of Belgrade.” In addition to the “Vladeta Lukić” award – as the best student of the Department of Camera in 1997, she has also won numerous awards for photography, animation and camera in her home country and abroad.

Since 2001, she works in the Cultural Heritage Preservation Institute of Belgrade, Documentation Department, as professional associate responsible for photography and photo documentation.

Ms Negovanovic is also President of the Photographers’ Section of the Society of Conservators of Serbia since its foundation in 2009. Together with colleagues, she has engaged in several projects, the most important of which is World Heritage – Serbia, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia.