Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize

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The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize is a prize awarded annually by the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation and The Photographers' Gallery to a photographer who has made the most significant contribution to the photographic medium in Europe during the past year.

The prize was set up in 1996 by The Photographers' Gallery, London. From 1997 to 2004 it was called the Citigroup Photography Prize or Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize.[1] Deutsche Börse has sponsored the competition since 2005, with a £30,000 prize. At that point it became the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. It was renamed the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize in 2016 to reflect its new position within the a specifically established non-profit organisation.

It has been described as "the biggest of its kind in photography in Europe" and "the most prestigious".[2]

History[edit]

The prize was set up in 1996 by The Photographers' Gallery, London, with the intention of promoting the finest contemporary photography. Between 1997 and 2004, the prize was known as the Citigroup Photography Prize.[1]

Deutsche Börse has sponsored the competition since 2005, with a £30,000 prize.[2] At that point it was renamed the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. It was renamed again to the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize in 2016, "to reflect its new position within the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation, a specifically established non-profit organisation focused on the collecting, exhibiting and promoting of contemporary photography."[3]

Winners and shortlisted artists[edit]

Winners of the Citigroup Photography Prize (1997–2004):[1]

Winners and shortlisted artists of the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize (2005–present):

Associated publications[edit]

  • Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016. London: The Photographers' Gallery, 2016. Photographs by Laura El-Tantawy, Erik Kessels, Trevor Paglen, and Tobias Zielony. With essays on the artists by Yasmine El Rashidi, Francesco Zanot, Tom Holert, and Florian Ebner.
  • Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017 Catalogue. London: The Photographers' Gallery, 2017. Photographs by Dana Lixenberg, Sophie Calle, Taiyo Onarato and Nico Krebs, and Awoiska van der Molen. With texts by Laurie Anderson, Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa, Yve Lomax and Jason Evans.

References[edit]

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