PHmuseum 2017
women photographers grant
Winners

© Raphaela Rosella

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Results

1st Prize

You'll Know It When You You Feel It

by Raphaela Rosella

£5,000 plus a publication on YET Magazine, a projection at Photo Vogue Festival 2017, and promotion on the PHmuseum channels.

2nd Prize

Banned Beauty

by Heba Khamis

£2,000 plus a publication on YET Magazine, a projection at Photo Vogue Festival 2017, and promotion on the PHmuseum channels.

3rd Prize

The Island of the Colourblind

by Sanne De Wilde

£1,000 plus a publication on YET Magazine, a projection at Photo Vogue Festival 2017, and promotion on the PHmuseum channels.

New Generation Prize

Los Mundos De Tita

by Fabiola Cedillo

A workshop at ISSP Summer School of Photography 2018, plus a nomination for the World Press Photo 2018 Joop Swart Masterclass, a projection at Photo Vogue Festival 2017, and promotion on the PHmuseum channels.

New Generation Prize Honourable Mentions

A projection at Photo Vogue Festival 2017, and promotion on the PHmuseum channels.

Organ Vida Prize

Butterflies Are Sign Of Good Thing

by Ulla Deventer

Winner of the 2018 Organ Vida International Photography Festival Solo Exhibition

Judges

© Raphaela Rosella Raphaela Rosella

Raphaela Rosella's work is at once breathtakingly intimate and universal in its subject matter. Her photographs are poetic interpretations of complicated realities — she tackles some of the most dicult issues that can consume the human experience, and always does so with dignity and empathy. Much of her work focuses on young women caught in cycles of poverty and social disadvantage, but her portrayals of motherhood, incarceration, and domestic violence are always dignified and nuanced. You’ll Know It When You Feel It feels rooted in a fundamental desire to understand members of her family and her immediate community — and to allow her audience to see these individuals in the same empathetic light. Daniella Zalcman, Juror


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