PhMuseum 2021 Women Photographers Grant - PhMuseum

PhMuseum 2021
Women Photographers Grant
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© Ana Vallejo

A sincere thanks to all the applicants and supporters of this edition!

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Results

1st Prize

Neuromantic

by Ana Vallejo

€5,000 plus a projection at Photo Vogue Festival 2021, and promotion on the PhMuseum channels.

2nd Prize

What's ours

by Myriam Boulos

€2,000 plus a projection at Photo Vogue Festival 2021, and promotion on the PhMuseum channels.

3rd Prize

Parallel eyes

by Alessia Rollo

€1,000 plus a projection at Photo Vogue Festival 2021, and promotion on the PhMuseum channels.

General Info

The PhMuseum Women Photographers Grant, now in its 5th edition, aims to empower the work and careers of female and non-binary professionals of all ages and from all countries working in diverse areas of photography. Its mission is to support the growth of the new generations and promote stories narrated from a female perspective, while responding to the need to work for gender equality in the industry.

To participate, you are invited to submit one or more projects centred around a specific theme, narrative or concept. All approaches are welcome from classic to more experimental projects, and you can present more than one work. By applying you retain full copyright or your images at all times, and we’ll ask for your permission to share them on our social media channels.

The judging will happen between October and November with the shortlist to be announced just before Photo Vogue Festival. Thanks for considering this opportunity and good luck with your applications!

© Ana Vallejo Ana Vallejo

The jury was impressed to see the honest and raw vulnerability on display in Ana Vallejo’s latest project. With her personal experiences as a starting point, Vallejo courageously maps how trauma affects our emotions, mental health, and the way we bond in romantic relationships. Mirjam Kooiman, Judge, PHM 2021 Women Photographers Grant

New Generation Prize

Our Belongings

by Chingrimi Shimray

€2,000 plus a projection at Photo Vogue Festival 2021, and promotion on the PhMuseum channels.

New Generation Prize Honorable Mentions

Projections at Photo Vogue Festival 2021, and promotion on the PhMuseum channels.

© Chingrimi Shimray Chingrimi Shimray

We are very proud to support Chingrimi because she is a unique female voice coming out of North East India. She is reclaiming narratives and telling indigenous stories through their own meanings and interpretations, in this particular case through objects as totems of past, present and future. Poulomi Basu, Judge, PHM 2021 Women Photographers Grant

Solo Exhibition at PhMuseum Lab

Fumiko

by Sayuri Ichida

Selected by PhMuseum Director Giuseppe Oliverio and PhMuseum Curator Rocco Venezia the work is granted a solo show at PhMuseum Lab in 2022.

Judges

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