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This Weekend: Deutsche Borse Photography Prize 2014

The Deutsche Börse Photography Prize aims to reward a contemporary photographer of any nationality, who has made the most significant contribution (exhibition or publication) to the medium of photography in Europe in the previous year.

11 April – 22 June 2014, The Photographers’ Gallery 9, 16-18 Ramillies St, W1F 7LW, Free.  

The Prize was originally set up in 1996 by The Photographers’ Gallery in London to promote the best of contemporary photography. Deutsche Börse has sponsored the £30,000 prize since 2005. The Prize showcases new talents and highlights the best of international photography practice. It is one of the most prestigious prizes in the world of photography. The Photographers’ Gallery and Deutsche Börse were shortlisted for Arts & Business International Award 2008 for their cooperation in the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize.

 The four shortlisted artists for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2014 are Alberto Garcia-Alix, Jochen Lempert, Richard Mosse and Lorna Simpson. Work by the shortlisted photographers will be shown in an exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery, Spring 2014, followed by its presentations at the Deutsche Börse headquarters in Frankfurt/Eschborn.
Shortlisted Artists:

 

waterbearer
Lorna Simpson’s Waterbearer, 1986.
Jochen Lempert. Untitled (girl in telephone booth), 1993/2011.
Jochen Lempert’s Untitled (Girl in Telephone Booth), 1993/2011.

Alberto García-Alix. My feminine side, 2002
Alberto García-Alix’s My Feminine Side, 2002.Richard Mosse. Man-Size, North Kivu, eastern Congo, 2011

Richard Mosse, Safe From Harm, North Kivu, eastern Congo, 2012.
 

 

 

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