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PX3 Announces 2020 Competition Winners

PX3 Announces 2020 Competition Winners
The Paris Photography Prize (PX3)an internationally distinguished annual photography award - has just announced the winners of its 2020 photography competition in both Professional, Non-Professional and Student divisions. The mission of PX3 is to support and honour photographic artists from every corner of the world and introduce them to the creative community in Paris. Since its establishment in 2007, PX3 has become one of the most prestigious photography awards in Europe. (..)


2020 Book Award Winners are announced

2020 Book Award Winners are announced
LaToya Ruby Frazier has been awarded the Photography Book Award for her eponymous book​ LaToya Ruby Frazier​ (Mousse Publishing & Mudam Luxembourg).


Winners of the 15th Pollux Awards

Winners of the 15th Pollux Awards
Joseph-Philippe Bevillard (www.jpbevillard.com), born in USA and living in Clare, Ireland is the recipient of the Pollux Awards in the Professional Section, and David Nam Lip Lee from Malaysia is the recipient of the Pollux Awards in the Non-Professional Section.


Texas Photographic Society's 29th Annual International Exhibition 2020

Texas Photographic Society
It has been an honor to jury this year's Texas Photographic Society's 29th Annual International Competition. In this call for entry, I was looking for exceptional photography with a perspective and vision seen as uniquely their own; images with a fresh approach I would like to look at again and again.(...)


MPA 2020, Winners Announced

MPA 2020, Winners Announced
Minimalist Photography Awards is a non profit association, powered by black & white Minimalism magazine which aims to recognize, reward and expose talented photographers all around the world and introduce them to the professional photography industry. (...)


2020 Daylight Photo Award Winner Maria Sturm

2020 Daylight Photo Award Winner Maria Sturm
"You dont look Native to me is a quote and the title of a body of work, that shows excerpts from the lives of young Native Americans from around Pembroke, Robeson County, North Carolina, where 89% of the citys population identifies as Native American. The town is the tribal seat of the Lumbee Indian Tribe of North Carolina, the largest state-recognized Native American tribe east of the Mississippi River, which means they are federally unrecognized and therefore have no reservation nor any monetary benefits. (...)