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Let’s meet up with… Jean-François Bouchard

Let’s meet up with… Jean-François Bouchard

It’s hard to catch Jean- François Bouchard, the winner of the 2nd prize in Gender category for 2015, in just a few words. He is CEO & co-founder of Sid Lee, a global creative team of 600 with offices in Montreal, Amsterdam, Paris, Toronto, Los Angeles and New York. He is Vice President Creation and

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Let’s meet up with… SUZANNE REITSMA

Let’s meet up with… SUZANNE REITSMA

Last year Dutch photographer Suzanne Reitsma received a Special Mention for her photo series ‘Replace She with He’ of male breast cancer patients. The stories of these men, who suffer in silence, are little known outside the medical community. Reitsma photographed these men to raise awareness for this topic and incite a debate. Recently having

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Inside the Speak Up! Youth Events

Inside the Speak Up! Youth Events

To get young people to think about sexual and gender diversity Pride Photo Award organizes Speak Up! Youth Events: special debates, in which young people share stories with ‘living books’ and discuss statements from passersby who were interviewed on film. Want to know more? Below we explain the special setup of the Speak Up! Youth

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Let’s meet up with … María José Virgilio

Let’s meet up with … María José Virgilio

María José Virgilio, Puerto Rican photographer with a New York address, won the Second Prize in the category ‘Single Images’ in this year’s Pride Photo Award contest. Her touching diptych ‘Mother and Daughter (Make sure the front door is locked)’ made us want to peak into her life and discover what inspires her work as

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Virtual exhibition 2015

Virtual exhibition 2015

Did you miss the exhibition at the Oude Kerk, this autumn? You can now enjoy the awesome 360-degree virtual tour of this year’s exhibition as if you are there. Three extra languages have been added: Chinese, Japanese and Portuguese, so people from all over the world can read the background information on the winning images.

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Audience Award sends clear message; hands off of love!

Audience Award sends clear message; hands off of love!

The 2015 Audience Award is won by the single image ‘Muslim Pride’ by Mariam Magsi. 18% of the voters chose this picture as their favorite. The runner up is Tatiana Vinogradova’s portrait series ‘Days of Melancholy’ about Russian gays who are being herded back into the closet by the ban on ‘LGBT propaganda’. Third came

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