Hope, Fondazione Sozzani

Prix Pictet, the world’s leading photography prize, exhibits at Fondazione Sozzani The Fondazione Sozzani is delighted to welcome the Prix Pictet, the world’s top photography prize for sustainability, from 9 – 28 November 2021. The twelve shortlisted photographers in the exhibition explore the positive ways in which humanity is responding to critical environmental and social crises of our time. Source

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Hope, Gallery of Photography Ireland

Gallery of Photography Ireland is delighted to be hosting the eighth cycle of the Prix Pictet, which this year takes the theme of Hope. It is a particularly significant theme for a world now slowly emerging from the shadow of a devastating pandemic and facing equally formidable challenges in the years ahead. September 17th – November 6th 2021 Wednesday –…

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Hope, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco

Art Monte Carlo is delighted to welcome the Prix Pictet, the world’s top photography prize for sustainability, from 14 July. Having previously exhibited around the world including Tel Aviv, Verona, and Lausanne, the eighth cycle of the award Hope, comes to Monaco. Prix Pictet will run through Art Monte-Carlo in the Espace le Génois, it will then remain open beyond…

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Prix Pictet: Fire Shortlist Announced

The shortlist of thirteen photographers selected for the ninth cycle of the Prix Pictet, the global award in photography and sustainability, was announced last night at the opening week of Les Rencontres d’Arles International photography festival. The shortlisted photographers are: Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige (Lebanon) Rinko Kawauchi (Japan) Sally Mann (USA) Christian Marclay (USA/ Source

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Hope opens in Verona

The Comune di Verona is delighted to welcome the Prix Pictet to the Palazzo della Gran Guardia from 18 February to 24 March 2021. Having previously exhibited in Milan, Rome and Turin, the Prix Pictet comes to Verona for the first time in a large-scale show of Hope, the eighth cycle of the award. The twelve shortlisted photographers in the…

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The ninth theme is Fire

Prix Pictet announces ‘Fire’ as the theme for the ninth cycle of the award. As Chair Stephen Barber explains, the choice of theme is timely. “Fire has hardly been out of the news since the inferno that consumed Notre Dame in Paris in early 2019. We have seen record rainforest blazes in the Amazon, forest and bush fires in Australia…

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Hope opens at EPFL ArtLab, Lausanne

The exhibition Hope, featuring the work of 12 shortlisted Prix Pictet artists, is now on view at the newly reopened EPFL ArtLab in Lausanne, Switzerland. With a focus on the intersection of art, science, and technology, ArtLab has deviated from its usual programming to welcome Hope, the second Prix Pictet exhibition to be held in the magnificent Pavilion B. The…

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Revisit Hope at the V&A in virtual reality

Explore the exhibition in full virtual reality For the past 12 years, the Prix Pictet has participated in the opening ceremony of Les Rencontres d’Arles, scheduled to take place in the first week of July and regretfully, this year, postponed. To mark this event, and as we wait in anticipation for Prix Pictet Hope to resume its global tour, we…

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The Prix Pictet launches new Guardian series

In June the Prix Pictet launched a special commission series in collaboration with The Guardian in which four shortlisted photographers present their personal response to the coronavirus crisis. Nadav Kander, Rena Effendi, Rinko Kawauchi and Alexia Webster, all photographers who have been shortlisted for the Prix Pictet over the last decade, present their recent work in a weekly picture essay……

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Prix Pictet launches new podcast: A lens on sustainability

The Prix Pictet today launches its first podcast series entitled, Prix Pictet: A lens on sustainability. This series consists of five initial episodes where leading global creators, thinkers and photographers discuss photography and sustainability within the themes explored in Prix Pictet. Each episode approaches its selected theme with a photographer, an on-location interview… Source

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