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Call for applications: First Brittany Grand Prize of Photography

The French region of Brittany launches its first photographic contest. Open to “professional p...

Galleries: MIA Photo Fair 2018 Opens Application

The eighteenth edition of the MIA Photo Fair will be held from 9 to 12 March 2018 in Milan. The fair...

Bieke Depoorter Wins Levallois Prize 2017

The Levallois 2017 Prize for young international photography has been been given to the Belgian pho...
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Joe Shore, Marilyn Monroe (In shorts), 1952 © Joe Shore and Fahey/Klein Gallery, LA
Joe Shore, Marilyn Monroe (In shorts), 1952 © Joe Shore and Fahey/Klein Gallery, LA

Awarded for his work Intersection, begun in 2014, Hicham Gardaf sets out here, through his landscapes from the edge of the city, a portrait of Moroccan society undergoing change. With soft colouring and tinged with melancholy, his photographs, which sometimes border on the abstract, show a societal division between Moroccans who want to protect themselves from massive urbanisation and others who support the changes that are involved with the expansion of tourism, the country’s real economic resource.

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Awards
Charles-Henry Bédué, Bourse du Talent #67 Fashion

Having appeared among the finalists in the 2013 Bourse Mode with ˆThe Clothes Make the Monk, Charles-Henry Bédué has been honoured this year for his detached scrutiny of the fashion world during several Parisian Fashion Weeks, titled Fuel to the Flames. This work presents itse...

Awards
Bourse du Talent: A book publication by Delpire and an exhibition at the BnF

Created 18 years ago, the Bourse du Talent is somewhat of an institution. The awards, designed to spotlight the young generation, name one winner in each of the four categories: Landscape, Portrait, Fashion, and Reporting. This year’s innovation is a book publication by Éditio...

Awards
Vincent Gouriou, Bourse du Talent #66 Portrait

The 2013 Bourse du Talent jury’s choice for a project that questioned the perception of the idea of normality and identity, this year, Vincent Gourlou received the Bourse Portrait for his series titled Family(s). His photographs go beyond the questioning about the redefinition ...

Awards
Sandra Mehl, Bourse du Talent #65 Reportage

The jury chose to award the Bourse Reportage to Sandra Mehl for her subject Ilona and Maddelena, the first names of two adolescent sisters that the photographer followed in the daily lives in Cité Gély in Montpellier, a “sensitive” district close to the city centre.