Pride Photo Award is an annual international contest for photos about sexual and gender diversity.

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2016 theme: Insiders / Outsiders

2016 theme: Insiders / Outsiders

Art and activism make a powerful combination. Pride Photo Award merges the two, showcasing images that challenge stereotypes of sexuality and gender. And what better moment to celebrate diversity than Europride? This summer Amsterdam hosts both Europride and the sixth Pride Photo Award, making sexual and gender diversity the issue that everyone will be talking

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28.000 visitors; ‘Harsh Beautiful’ wins Audience Award

28.000 visitors; ‘Harsh Beautiful’ wins Audience Award

This year 28,382 people visited the Old Church during the exhibition of Pride Photo Award 2014. A huge increase compared to last year, when the number of visitors just topped 20.000.   We are thrilled with the enormous increase of the number of visitors. For a contest that started just four years ago, we’ve grown

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Let’s meet up with… Parisa Taghizadeh!

Let’s meet up with… Parisa Taghizadeh!

    First of all, congratulations! You are the winner of the 2014 Pride Photo Award with a photo from your series ‘Boy’, which depicts a young boy, your son, wearing a mask adorned with colourful feathers. The photo was also awarded first place in the ‘Gender’ theme category. Can you tell me how your

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The winners have been announced!

The winners have been announced!

    We have a winner! We are thrilled to announce that Parisa Taghizadeh has won the Pride Photo Award 2014 with an image from her photo series BOY, in which she documents the theatrical world of her 5-year-old son and his love for things generally associated with girls. The winning image has been chosen

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Winners 2014

Winners 2014

British photographer Parisa Taghizadeh is the winner of the Pride Photo Award 2014 with a photo from her series ‘BOY’.  1. Getting Closer – 2014 theme category First prize: ‘Harsh Beautiful Portraits’ by James M. Barrett, UK Second prize: ‘Call me Heena’ by Shahria Sharmin, Bangladesh Third prize: ‘Transitory’ by Ashley Golsby, Australia 2. Gender

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