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Pride Photo Award is back in Japan!

Pride Photo Award is back in Japan!

Right at the start of Tokyo’s Rainbow Week, our new exhibition in Tokyo opened yesterday. We are proud and excited to be back in Japan with a stunning selection of photos from the 2011-2014 editions of Pride Photo Award.   The curator of this exhibition is Mr. Okayama, director of the Dutch Trading Post in

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Let’s meet up with…Rederij Aemstelland

We are always looking for sponsors and Friends, and we cherish the ones we have! One of our staunch local supporters is Rederij Aemstelland. Ever since the first edition in 2011 their beautiful salon boats have ferried the winners from the Lloyd Hotel to the Award Ceremony venue. We hope you enjoy this little interview

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Let’s Meet Up … with John Paul Evans!

Let’s Meet Up … with John Paul Evans!

We caught up recently with John Paul Evans (United Kingdom, 1965), who won third prize in the ‘Open’ category last year for his series, ‘Till Death Do Us Part. Evans, who is also a senior lecturer in photography at the University of Wales, Trinity St. David, has had his work exhibited in a variety of

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Lets meet up with…Parisa Taghizadeh

Lets meet up with…Parisa Taghizadeh

Today we present the last of the interview films we made at the 2014 Award Ceremony. Parisa Taghizadeh won the Pride Photo Award 2014 with a photo from her series ‘BOY’. In this video she discusses the dilemmas she faced when documenting her son, who, when he was five, was intrigued by the kind of

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Let’s meet up with…Pixy Yijun Liao!

Let’s meet up with…Pixy Yijun Liao!

  Pixy Yijun Liao took second prize in the ‘Open’ category with her series ‘Experimental Relationship’ which explores the alternative possibilities of heterosexual relationships, questioning what is the norm.   In the images it’s often your boyfriend who holds the remote shutter release, even though you are positioned as the more dominant one. What is

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Let’s meet up with…Shahria Sharmin!

Let’s meet up with…Shahria Sharmin!

Shahria Sharmin won the second prize in the 2014 theme category ‘Getting Closer’ with ‘Call me Heena’. In this touching photo series she portrays hijras (the local word for what we know as transgenders) in Bangladesh. Shahria told us that making ther series was a personal journey for her. Like almost everyone else in Bangladesh,

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