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    PHM 2018 Grant second prize winner, Paolo Ciregia reconstructs the reportage photographs from his private archives of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict to create a different iconographic repertoire of war.

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    A research on the life cycle of the jellyfish Aurelia - which regenerates itself and never dies - serves the author as a pretext to address the aspiration of immortality shared by man, art, science and religion.

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    Australian photographer, Sarah Walker uses photographic trickery to transform everyday life into a projection of something spiritual, playfully exploring the idea that seeing is believing.

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    In his book Mind the Gap, Joshua Lutz points to the physical, mental and psychological void we are confronted with in our daily lives.

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    The Italian festival is set to open its 8th edition tomorrow with a great panel of guests, including 15 all female exhibitions and PHmuseum awarded photographers Poulomi Basu, Bieke Depoorter and Sanne De Wilde.


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PHmuseum 2018 Grant

Poulomi Basu wins the main prize with Centralia, a multilayered fictional narrative that focuses on the interrelation between violence, state power, and gender.

£15,000 in cash prizes


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On Womanhood

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Laura Beltrán Villamizar

The documentary work of nine female-identifying visual journalists from around the globe, highlighting the stories that matter to them.

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23 July


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