Hasselblad Foundation

Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography

2013 award winner will be announced on 7th March

www.hasselbladfoundation.org

The winner of the Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography will be announced at www.hasselbladfoundation.org on 7th March at 11.30 Central European Time (CET). 

Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography is granted for exceptional photographic achievement and amounts to SEK 1,000,000 (approximately EUR 110,000). On 25th October, 2013, an exhibition of the award winner’s work will open at the Foundation’s exhibition hall, Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg Museum of Art. In connection therewith, a symposium will be arranged with the award winner.

The Hasselblad Award Winners of the past five years are
2012: Paul Graham, London / New York City
2011: Walid Raad, New York City / Beirut, Lebanon
2010: Sophie Calle, Paris
2009: Robert Adams, Astoria, Oregon, USA
2008: Graciela Iturbide, Mexico City

The Hasselblad Foundation is an independent non-profit entity, created to promote research and academic teaching in the natural sciences and photography. This aim is achieved by means of donations and grants for scientific research through the Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography, as well as several scholarships and grants for research projects in photography.

Victor Hasselblad (1906–1978), the pioneering Swedish photographer and industrialist, manufactured a camera which has become world famous, not least in connection with the manned trips to the moon. After his death, the Hasselblad Foundation was established in 1979 under the terms of the last will and testament of Dr. Victor Hasselblad and his wife Erna.

Hasselblad Foundation
Ekmansgatan 8 
SE-412 56 Gothenburg
Sweden
T +46 31-778 2154 
jenny.blixt@hasselbladfoundation.org
www.hasselbladfoundation.org

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