2020 Women
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1st Prize

I'll Die For You

by Laura El-Tantawy

£5,000 plus a projection at 2020 Photo Vogue Festival and promotion on the PHmuseum channels.

2nd Prize

What Had Happened

by Dannielle Bowman

£2,000 plus a projection at 2020 Photo Vogue Festival and promotion on the PHmuseum channels.

© Laura El-Tantawy Laura El-Tantawy

Even without reading the presentation, Laura El-Tantawy's I'll Die For You immediately speaks of a topical, compelling subject. In all the images, the rich, evocative textures show that the earth is part of humanity, and humanity is part of the earth. We feel the work of time passing and the sadness of the loss. Magdalena Herrera, Judge

New Generation Prize

"It is well" : an ode to Karabo

by Lebo Thoka

£2,000 plus a projection at 2020 Photo Vogue Festival, a nomination to World Press Photo's Joop Swart Masterclass, a remote review with Fiona Rogers, and promotion on the PHmuseum channels.

New Generation Prize Honorable Mentions

Projection at Photo Vogue Festival and promotion on the PHmuseum channels.

© Lebo Thoka Lebo Thoka

Lebo Thoka's "It Is Well: An Ode To Karabo" draws on the long history of studio portraiture and uses the very current source material of domestic violence in South Africa to create a body of work that is resounding, compelling, and provocative. Each portrait is an intimate and startling look into the last brutal moments of these women and positions them in a state of peace and power. Mariama Attah, Judge

Solo exhibition at PHmuseum Lab

Some Kind Of Heavenly Fire

by Maria Lax

Selected by PHmuseum Director Giuseppe Oliverio and PHmuseum Curator Rocco Venezia the work is granted a solo show at PHmuseum Lab in 2021.

Vogue Italia Prize #1

Lost in Transition

by Mehbuba Mahzabeen Hasan

Selected by Alessia Glaviano, the work will be published on Vogue Italia in 2021.

Vogue Italia Prize #2

Nature is Dead

by Sofia Lopez Mañan

Selected by Chiara Bardelli Nonino, the work was published on Vogue Italia in February 2021.

Vogue Italia Prize #3

A Sensitive Education

by Francesca Todde

Selected by Francesca Marani, the work will be published on Vogue Italia in 2021.

Yet Magazine Feature #1

Flat Space

by Su Ji Lee

Selected by PHmuseum Director Giuseppe Oliverio and PHmuseum Curator Rocco Venezia the project will be featured on Yet Magazine.

Yet Magazine Feature #2

Votive Figure

by Marta Zgierska

Selected by PHmuseum Director Giuseppe Oliverio and PHmuseum Curator Rocco Venezia the project will be featured on Yet Magazine.

Yet Magazine Feature #3

Los Hijos de Pariacaca

by Prin Rodriguez

Selected by PHmuseum Director Giuseppe Oliverio and PHmuseum Curator Rocco Venezia the project will be featured on Yet Magazine.

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