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Let’s Meet Up With… Elena Anosova

Let’s Meet Up With… Elena Anosova

Elena Anosova, a Russian photographer from the Baikal region who is currently based in Moscow, won the third prize in the Stories Category of the 2016 Pride Photo Award. Prompted by her own childhood experiences Elena explores in her series Section themes of identity, isolation and boundaries. Ivana Babic talked to her about these themes,

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Let’s meet up with… Gian Cruz

Let’s meet up with… Gian Cruz

How much of ‘you’ is there in ‘me’? The series ‘You As Me’ by Gian Cruz plays with the notion of how our self-image is created through interaction with others. What happens if you ask other people to embody you? At the Award Ceremony in September, we interviewed Gian about his clever series of stand-in

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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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Fifth and final jury member: Sunil Gupta!

Fifth and final jury member: Sunil Gupta!

Last week we announced four of the five jury members for this year’s contest, and we’ve just received confirmation from Sunil Gupta, who will fill the final open spot.   Sunil has worked as a fine art photographer in Canada, India and the UK, where he currently resides. He co-curated the first show in the

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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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