We are delighted to announce the second edition of the Louis Roederer Photography Prize for Sustainability.
The prize, created to benefit photographers and raise awareness around key issues in sustainability, has gained a significant reputation and following in the photography and art world since its launch in 2022.
The theme of this year’s prize is ‘Flow’. Flow represents circulation and exchange, and in our context, the constant dynamic between nature and people. The relationship that ties people to their environment and the circular interaction with nature and life forces. This reciprocal motion highlights the need to receive according to our needs and give to the extent of our capacities. Flow also illustrates the tension existing between people and nature: immersed yet separated from it, somehow master yet dependent on it.
This year, twenty-six photographers competed for the prize, chosen by thirteen nominators, who were selected by our panel of judges. The panel consists of seven respected collectors and arbiters of the art scene, spanning Hong Kong, Singapore, Lagos, Paris, Berlin, Madrid, London and New York.
We are delighted to announce the six shortlisted photographers for this year’s prize:
Anastasia Samoylova (Miami)
Azadeh Ghotbi (London)
Dafna Talmor (London)
Hengki Koentjoro (Jakarta)
M’hammed Kilito (Casablanca)
Yasuhiro Ogawa (Tokyo)
To see their works please click here