October 23, 2016
The Lucie Foundation Advisory Board is responsible for nominating the individuals and recipients for Achievement Awards.
Preparation or luck? Simon often asks himself this question when he makes a good photograph, whether he is at a local kids soccer game or the end zone at an NFL game. Thirty years ago he joined Allsport, a boutique sports agency based in …
Anthony Hernandez was born and raised in Los Angeles. Self-taught, he has been exhibiting his work since 1970. His photographs have been collected by many museums in both the United States and Europe.
The Musée de l’Elysée is one of the world’s leading museums entirely dedicated to photography. Since its establishment in 1985, it has improved public understanding of photography through innovative exhibitions, key publications and…
Nathan Lyons was an integral part of almost every area of photography as photographer, educator, publisher, lecturer, author, and curator for nearly 60 years.
Don McCullin born in Saint Pancras, London, UK, in 1935, and spent his childhood in the derelict area of Finsbury Park. After the death of his father, he left school at the age of fourteen and worked at various odd jobs to support himself before being called up for two years of national service in the Royal Air Force as an assistant for aerial photography.
Legendary singer-songwriter GRAHAM NASH is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee-with Crosby, Stills, and Nash and with the Hollies. He was also inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame twice, as a solo artist and with CSN, and he is a GRAMMY Award winner.
Tsuneko Sasamoto has been in the field of photography for over 75 years. She was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1914. Her career in photography began at the age of 25 when Kenichi Hayashi suggested her to be the first …
Rosalind Fox Solomon travels the world to find her subjects without being commissioned or assigned to do so. She enters closed circles and takes risks in terms of personal experience and artistic practice.
Simon Bruty for Achievement in Sports, presented by Steve Fine (Picture Editor at Flipboard, Inc. and former Director of Photography, Sports Illustrated)
Anthony Hernandez for Achievement in Fine Art, presented by artist James Welling
Musée de l’Elysée received the Spotlight Award presented by Howard Greenberg, founder of the Center of Photography, Woodstock and gallerist
Nathan Lyons posthumously received the Visionary Award presented by Anne Wilkes Tucker, former Curator, The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston
Don McCullin for Achievement in Photojournalism, presented by David Friend, Editor of Creative Development, Vanity Fair
Graham Nash received the Double Exposure award presented by Elliott Landy, photographer known for his portraits of Bob Dylan, The Band, Van Morrison and others. He was also the official photographer of the 1969 Woodstock Festival.
Tsuneko Sasamoto received the Lifetime Achievement Award presented and accepted by Miriam Romais, photographer and Marketing and Strategic Development Advisor, The Center for Photography at Woodstock
Rosalind Fox Solomon for Achievement in Portraiture, presented Sarah Meister, Curator in the Department of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art, New York
View all the IPA winners here
The International Photography Awards (IPA) competition, a sister-effort of Lucie Foundation, announces its finalists in advance of the Lucie Awards. They were selected by an international jury panel of photography professionals. Four of the finalists were named Photographer of the Year, Discovery of the Year, Deeper Perspective Photographer of the Year and Moving Image Photographer of the Year, at the Lucie Awards ceremony on October 23, 2016.
Advertising: Sandro, USA
Architecture: Julia Anna Gospodarou, Greece
Book: Jamey Stillings, USA
Editorial: Alex Telfer, United Kingdom
Event: Tymon Markowski, Poland
Fine Art: Fulvio Bonavia, USA
Nature: Andrea Bonavita, Italy
People: Marinka Masseus, Netherlands
Special: David Burdeny, Canada
Sports: Russell Ord, Australia
IPA China: Dawei Li
IPA Philippines: Edwin Loyola
IPA Russia: Anton Unitsyn
Advertising: Anne Hoerter, Germany
Architecture: Giles McGarry, United Kingdom
Book: Sylvain Heraud, France
Editorial: Szymon Barylski, Ireland
Event: Sergio Delle Vedove, Italy
Fine Art: Christine Fitzgerald, Canada
Nature: Patti Schulze, USA
People: Niki Boon, New Zealand
Special: David Nam Lip LEE, Malaysia
Sports: Davide Lopresti, Italy
IPA China: Gu Lei
IPA Philippines: Jun Pagalilauan
IPA Russia: Yulia Grigoryants
Natasha Shulte, Ukraine
Lily Gilboy, United Kingdom
Andrea Star Reese, USA
Nino Jim Bacalso, Singapore
Wang Qing, China
Jun Pagalilauan, Philippines
Olga Chichirko, Russia
Support Category Awards are presented to individuals and organizations who are an integral part of crafting an image.
WINNER: Damiani/Matsumoto Editions – presented by Michelle Dunn Marsh, Executive Director, Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle, founder Minor Matters Books
Damiani/Matsumoto Editions for Kitchen Table Series: Carrie Mae Weems
La Fábrica for Muchismo: Cristina de Middel
MACK for ZZYZX: Gregory Halpern
Taschen for The Rise of David Bowie, 1972-1973: Mick Rock
Thames & Hudson for Daido Tokyo: Daido Moriyama
WINNER: 21ST EDITIONS – Award presented by Michelle Dunn Marsh, Executive Director, Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle, founder Minor Matters Books
21st Editions for Humanity: Steve McCurry
ceiba for Red String: Yoshikatsu Fujii
D1 Publishing for End.: Eamonn Doyle / Niall Sweeney / David Donohoe
FORTHRIGHT Publishing for Forthright – Stronger than a weapon: Sascha Kraus
WINNER: Britt Salvesen and Paul Martineau – presented by photographer Claire Rosen
Britt Salvesen and Paul Martineau for Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium at LACMA and The J. Paul Getty Museum
Diane Dufour and Matthew Witkovsky with Duncan Forbes and Walter Moser for Provoke at LE BAL
Elisabeth Biondi and Patricia Lanza for Refugee at Annenberg Space for Photography
Julian Cox for Danny Lyon: Message to the Future at Whitney Museum of American Art
WINNER: T Magazine – presented by W.M. Hunt, collector, curator and collector
Harper’s Bazaar for Street Style Star by Cindy Sherman
Numéro for Stella Lucia by Txema Yeste
Vogue Paris for Leçon De Style Partie 1, Edie Campbell by Inez & Vinoodh
T Magazine for An Armor of Ones Own, Lineisy Montero & Shelby Hayes by Jamie Hawkesworth
Vogue UK for Campbell’s Coup, Olympia Campbell & Edie Campbell by Mario Testino
WINNER: Burn Magazine – presented by Lauren Wendle, Vice President and Group Publisher of Photo+
1000 Words, United Kingdom
Aperture Magazine, USA
Burn Magazine, USA
Raw View, Finland
Soura Magazine, United Arab Emirates
WINNER: David Furst – presented by photographerBen Lowy
David Furst, International Photo Editor, The New York Times for Coverage of Refugee Crisis.
Matthew Fortner, Visuals and Digital Projects Editor, The Post and Courier for reporting on the mass shooting at Emanuel AME Church.
Reinhard Krause, Global Picture Editor and the Reuters team, Reuters for reporting on migrant refugees.
Sarah Leen, Director of Photography, National Geographic
WINNER: MullenLowe – presented by photographer and filmmaker, Brook Pifer
Happiness Saigon, Vietnam for #NoFilter. Client: Unicef. Photographed by Teo Chai Guan
JWT NY for Hot Yoga. Client: Yo BK. Photographed by Vincent Dixon
MullenLowe, London, UK for Free the kids. Client: Persil. Photographed by Jesus Alonso
Prolam Y&R, Santiago, Chile for The Youngest War Veterans are in Syria. Client: Amnesty International. Photographed by Jota Velásquez
Y&R, Prague, Czech Republic for UNHCR: Hang glider. Client: UNHCR. Photographed by Miro Minarovych