Photo agency Magnum and LensCulture have announced the winners of their second photography awards that seeks to “recognise, reward and support photographic talent”. 12 winners have been selected in total divided between single image and series awards, which are then selected within six categories: street, portrait, photojournalism, open, fine art and documentary.
Each winner will receive a cash prize and will have work shown in a digital exhibition at the Photographer’s Gallery in London and at photography festivals worldwide.
“The 12 winners of the prestigious award hail from all over the world and deal with a diversity of subjects,” say the organisers. “Nick Hannes, the Documentary series winner, pursued a project featuring the culture of the elite in Dubai, while Lissa Rivera’s striking portraits of her non-binary partner explore contemporary notions of gender and its narratives in today’s society.”
In addition to the winners listed below, 21 finalists have also been selected, and each juror has chosen one photographer as a “Juror’s Pick.” The full list of finalists and work can be seen here.
– Street: Argus Paul Estabrook (South Korea), Losing Face
– Portrait: Lissa Rivera (United States), Beautiful Boy
– Photojournalism: Jason Florio (United Kingdom), Destination Europe
– Open: Medina Dugger (Nigeria), Chroma: An Ode to J.D. Okhai Ojeikere
– Fine Art: Daniel Shipp (Australia), Botanical Inquiry
– Documentary: Nick Hannes (Belgium), Bread and Circuses
Single Image Winners
– Street: Hakim Boulouiz (Switzerland), Choral
– Portrait: Artur Zdral (Poland), Kasia
– Photojournalism: Szymon Barylski (Ireland), Fleeing Death
– Open: Britta Jaschinski (United Kingdom), Confiscated
– Fine Art: Ellie Davis (United Kingdom), Stars
– Documentary: Retam Kumar Shaw (India), Street Wrestling
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