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Prix Pictet 2015 - Disorder
© Brent Stirton, Michael Oryem, 29, is a recently defected Lord's Resistance Army fighter whose LRA group was involved in the poaching of Ivory in Garamba National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo.17 November 2014, Nzara, South Sudan. Series: A violation of Eden. © Prix Pictet Ltd 2015

Prix Pictet 2015 - Disorder

Valérie Belin announced as winner of Sixth Prix Pictet

Ilit Azoulay » Valérie Belin » Matthew Brandt » Maxim Dondyuk » Alixandra Fazzina » Ori Gersht » John Gossage » Pieter Hugo » Gideon Mendel » Sophie Ristelhueber » Brent Stirton » YANG Yongliang »

Exhibition: 13 Nov – 13 Dec 2015

Thu 12 Nov

Musée d'art moderne de la Ville de Paris

11 Avenue du Président Wilson
75016 Paris



Tue-Sun 10-18

Prix Pictet 2015 - Disorder
© Valérie Belin, Still life with mask, 2014 © Prix Pictet Ltd

Valérie Belin announced as winner of Sixth Prix Pictet

The winner of the Prix Pictet will be announced by Honorary President Kofi Annan on 12 November 2015, on the occasion of the opening of the Finalists’ Exhibition of works by the twelve shortlisted photographers for the sixth edition of the prize.

The shortlist features:
Ilit Azoulay (Israel), Valérie Belin (France), Matthew Brandt (USA), Maxim Dondyuk (Ukraine), Alixandra Fazzina (UK), Ori Gersht (Israel), John Gossage (USA), Pieter Hugo (South Africa), Gideon Mendel (South Africa), Sophie Ristelhueber (France), Brent Stirton (South Africa) and Yang Yongliang (China).

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© Yongliang Yang, From the New World (detail). 2014, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, etc. Series: Artificial Wonderland © Prix Pictet Ltd 2015
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© Gideon Mendel, Christa and Salomon Raymond Fils. September 2008, Decade Village, Haiti. Christa and Salomon Raymond Fils inside their flooded home in Decade in southeast Haiti. Hurricane Gustave had damaged and flooded their home destroying all their possessions. In 2008 four hurricanes battered Haiti in quick succession (Hannah, Gustav, Ike and Fay) killing more than 800 people and causing extensive damage. The country is particularly vulnerable to flooding because the hillsides have been deforested for charcoal production © Prix Pictet 2015
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© Ilit Azoulay, Howling for Beuys, 2014. © Prix Pictet 2015