Wednesday, March 15, 2006
Photo by Robert Adams
The Deutsche Börse photography prize, which aims to showcase new talent and highlight the best in international photography practice, has announced its shortlist for 2006.
Now in its 10th year, the prize has grown to be one of the world's most prestigious awards for the art form. Past winners include Juergen Teller (2003), Rineke Dijkstra (1999) and Andreas Gursky (1998).
Works by the shortlisted artists can be seen at the Photographers' Gallery in London between February 17 and April 23. Read Adrian Searle's review of the prize exhibition. The winner will be announced on May 11.
View the short list @ The Guardian
Posted by David Emerick at 1:29 PM