Photo Contest News

Announcing Pao Houa Her as the Recipient of the 2023–24 Next Step Award

Announcing Pao Houa Her as the Recipient of the 2023–24 Next Step Award
The prize includes a $10,000 artist grant, alongside the publication of a photobook with Aperture, and accompanying exhibition at Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York.


Our 2023 Denis Roussel Fellow: ​Beth Johnston

Our 2023 Denis Roussel Fellow: ​Beth Johnston
Beth Johnston (she/hers) is an interdisciplinary artist and educator making work around, about, amidst, from within the climate crisis. Beth’s work investigates and challenges inherited ways of knowing and is indebted to Latinx, Black, Indigenous, Queer, and other voices aligned in acknowledging that the climate crisis is rooted in settler-colonial legacies.


Fotofestival Lenzburg Open Call 2022 re:sources Winners

Fotofestival Lenzburg Open Call 2022 re:sources Winners
It is with great pleasure that we would like to announce the names of the four winners. Jury Award to Ngadi Smart, Sandrine Elberg, France, Ingar Krauss, Germany and Antonio Pérez, Spain


Comedy Wildlife Photography Contest 2022 Winners

Comedy Wildlife Photography Contest 2022 Winners
The US photographer Jennifer Hadley is this year's Overall Winner with her image Not so cat-like reflexes.


Results of the Head On Photo Awards

Results of the Head On Photo Awards
At the Head On Photo Festival launch on Friday night (4 Nov) we announced the much–anticipated winners of the Head On Photo Awards in the Portrait, Landscape and Student categories.


Farshid Tighehsaz has won the third edition of the 6 Mois Photojournalism Award 2022

Farshid Tighehsaz has won the third edition of the 6 Mois Photojournalism Award 2022
Farshid Tighehsaz has won the third edition of the prestigious 6 Mois Photojournalism Award 2022. Farshid is a documentary photographer based in Tabriz, Iran. His work focuses on the experience of being human and the structural, cultural, environmental, and interior aspects that determine our lives. The prize of €10,000 will enable him to continue his project "Labyrinth" on the psychological situation of young people in Iran, a story of undoubted significance given the current protests in Iran.