AwardsCall for applications for the Jean-Luc Lagardère Foundation Photographer Grant
Created in 1990, the Jean-Luc Lagardère Foundation Grants support young media and culture professionals. Every year, a grant of 15,000 euros is awarded to a (Francophone) photographer under age 35 hoping to create an original and innovative documentary project.
AwardsThe Canadian Photography Institute launches its first fellowships program
The Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada launched its first Research Fellowship Program, designed to encourage advanced research in the study of the history and criticism of photography.
AwardsDavid Burnett, recipient of 2017 Greenfield Prize
The Hermitage Artist Retreat and its partner, the Greenfield Foundation, are presenting their first Greenfield Prize in the art of photography to internationally acclaimed photojournalist David Burnett. The Prize will be presented to Burnett at a celebration dinner on Saturday, April 22st at Michael’s On East Ballroom in Sarasota, Florida.
AwardsThe winning photos of 2016 Photo Marathon
On October 22, 2017, 271 participants from seven cities around the Mediterranean set out to document 12 themes in 12 hours. Community associations from Amman, Algiers, Beirut, Ljubljana, Marseille, Naples, and Palermo, organized the 2016 Photo Marathon, which collected 3,088 photographs in one day.
AwardsLuma Rencontres Dummy Book Award Arles 2017
For the third consecutive year, in 2017 the Rencontres de la photographie is offering an award to fund the publication of a dummy book. Endowed with a €25,000 production budget, the award is open to all photographers and artists using photography who submit a previously unpublished dummy book. Experimental and innovative forms will receive special consideration.
AwardsThe White Leaves Artist Residency Awards
The White Leaves Artist Residency Program annually awards 2-3 artists the unique opportunity to concentrate on their work in the isolated, rural environment of the high desert landscape near El Rito, New Mexico, USA. Open to artists working in all mediums who wish to develop or complete a project of their choosing, residency length ranges from 10-21 days during either a Fall (Sept-Nov) or Spring (April-June) session.
AwardsBourse 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 Éditions Delpire.
AwardsCharles-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 itself as an exercise in style which tries to find a balance between documentary reportage and the abstract.
AwardsHicham Gardaf, Bourse du Talent #68 Landscape
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.
AwardsSandra 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.