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Carmignac Photojournalism Award
Lizzie Sadin: Rita, 17 years old - Chabahil, northern district of Kathmandu, April 2017
© Lizzie Sadin for Fondation Carmignac

Carmignac Photojournalism Award

10 Years of Reportage

Massimo Berruti » Narciso Contreras » Christophe Gin » Robin Hammond » Yuri Kozyrev » Davide Monteleone » Tommaso Protti » Lizzie Sadin » Newsha Tavakolian » Kadir van Lohuizen » Kai Wiedenhöfer »

Exhibition: 4 Jul – 1 Nov 2020

Villa Carmignac

Porquerolles Island
83400 Hyères

+33 4-65 65 25 50


4 July - 1 November: Tue-Sun 10-18

Carmignac Photojournalism Award
Christophe Gin: Camopi, February 2015.The Sub-Prefect of East Guiana and the traditional Teko and Wayãmpi chiefs of Camopi await the visit of Madame the Minister of Overseas Territories.
© Christophe Gin for Fondation Carmignac

Carmignac Photojournalism Award
"10 Years of Reportage"

Exhibition: 4 July - 1 November 2020

Following the postponement of its exhibition "La Mer Imaginaire" to Spring 2021, Fondation Carmignac is pleased to present "Carmignac Photojournalism Award: 10 Years of Reportage" at Villa Carmignac on the Island of Porquerolles, France.

The exceptional display of more than 100 photographs showcases ten years of photo reports, spotlighting human rights violations and environmental issues, in different regions of the world.

This retrospective is also a tribute to the courage and independence of the photojournalists who, through their own unique perspectives, have witnessed and shared the irreversible upheavals that the planet is going through.

On the ground floor of the foundation’s spaces, the first eight projects are presented as a thematic journey through the regions explored by the Award.

From the normalization of 'conflict zones' in both Lashkars (Pashtunistan) by Massimo Berruti and Gaza: The Book of Destruction by Kai Wiedenhöfer, to accounts of modern slavery in The Trap: Trafficking of Women in Nepal by Lizzie Sadin, and Libya: a Human Marketplace by Narciso Contreras; with reports from forgotten regions of the French colonial empire in Guyana: Colony by Christophe Gin, and from Newsha Tavakolian’s Iran (Blank Pages of an Iranian Photo Album); and with projects uncovering fundamental attacks on freedom of expression, including Spasibo by Davide Monteleone (Chechnya) and Zimbabwe: Your wounds will be named silence by Robin Hammond, the exhibition invites visitors to consider the humanitarian crises and environmental disruptions that affect many countries today.

In the upstairs exhibition spaces, two reports dedicated to climate change and its human consequences will be on display: the 'new Far West', Arctic: New Frontier by Yuri Kozyrev and Kadir van Lohuizen (2018), and Amazônia by Tommaso Protti (2019).

Carmignac Photojournalism Award
Narciso Contreras: Garabuli, March 2016
© Narciso Contreras for Fondation Carmignac

Carmignac Photojournalism Award
In 2009, while the media and photojournalism faced an unprecedented crisis, Edouard Carmignac created the Carmignac Photojournalism Award to support photographers in the field. Led by Emeric Glayse, the Award annually funds the production of an investigative photo reportage on human rights violations and geostrategic issues in the world. Selected by an international jury, the laureates receive a €50,000 grant to carry out a 6-month field report with the support of Fondation Carmignac, which produces, upon their return, a travelling exhibition and the publication of a monograph.

Fondation Carmignac
Created in 2000 by Édouard Carmignac, Fondation Carmignac is a corporate foundation founded on two main strands: its contemporary art collection that comprises more than 300 works and the Carmignac Photojournalism Award, an annual award that has supported the production of an investigative report since 2009. Led by Charles Carmignac, the foundation is dedicated to supporting contemporary creation and sharing its collection with the public. In June 2018, Fondation Carmignac opened an exhibition space, Villa Carmignac, and a sculpture garden inspired by the surrounding listed national park on the Mediterranean island of Porquerolles, France. Visitors are invited to discover temporary exhibitions, in situ commissions, and a programme of cultural activities and performances.

The 11th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award
The current global health crisis has inspired this year’s laureate, Finbarr O’Reilly, and the Carmignac Photojournalism Award team to create Congo In Conversation, a new digital project produced in collaboration with Congolese photographers and journalists based in cities across Congo. This additional reportage showcases the Congolese perspective on life under the pandemic through photography, video, and written reports, which are published on a dedicated website, shared on social media, and via media partners. More information: congoinconversation.fondationcarmignac.com

Carmignac Photojournalism Award
Kadir van Lohuizen: Kangerlussuaq, Groenland, July 2018
© Kadir van Lohuizen / NOOR for Fondation Carmignac
Carmignac Photojournalism Award
Massimo Berruti: Mahnbanr, (Tehsil de Qilagai), near the Dir border, Swat Valley, Pakistan, March 2011
© Massimo Berruti for Fondation Carmignac