Support Category Awards

 

 

Support Category Awards are presented to individuals and organizations who are an integral part of crafting an image. 

The public is invited to nominate those from the creative community to compete for this honor.  It is from these nominations that seven individuals or organizations in the creative community will be awarded at the 14th Annual Lucie Awards in NYC.

There are seven Support Category awards presented.  In 2015, the Book Publisher of the Year category was divided into the following distinct categories:

Book Publisher of the Year: Limited and Special Edition

Book Publisher of the Year: Traditional or Classic books

 

To nominate, click on the title of the award for which you would like to submit a nomination.

 

Book Publisher of the Year: Traditional or Classic

Book Publisher of the Year: Limited and Special Edition

Curator / Exhibition of the Year (Awarded to the Curator)

Fashion Layout of the Year (Awarded to Magazine Publication)

Photography Magazine of the Year (Awarded to Publisher)

Picture Editor of the Year (Awarded to Picture Editor)

Print Advertising Campaign of the Year (Awarded to Photographer)

DEADLINE TO NOMINATE: September 20, 2016


 

2015 Nominees

 

 

BOOK PUBLISHER OF THE YEAR CLASSIC: (awarded to publisher)

Winner: Aperture for Tiny: Streetwise Revisited: Photographs by Mary Ellen Mark

Nominees:

Aperture for Tiny: Streetwise Revisited: Photographs by Mary Ellen Mark

Damiani for Southern Rites: Gillian Laub

MACK for Songbook: Alec Soth

New Century Press for Negatives: XU Yong

Steidl for Museum of Chance: Dayanita Singh

 

BOOK PUBLISHER OF THE YEAR LIMITED: (awarded to publisher)

Winner: Ceiba for The Middle of Somewhere: Sam Harris

Nominees:

21st Editions for Worlds Apart: Michael Murray

Aperture for Erwin Olaf Limited Edition Box Set

Ceiba for The Middle of Somewhere: Sam Harris

Damiani for 78-87 London: Derek Ridgers

Discipula for H. Said He Loved Us: Tommaso Tanini

 

CURATOR/EXHIBITION OF THE YEAR: (awarded to curator)

Winner: Amanda Maddox for Josef Koudelka: Nationality Doubtful at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Nominees:

Simon Baker, Shoair Mavlian and David Mellor for Conflict, Time, Photography at The Tate Modern, London

Russell Ferguson for Perfect Likeness: Photography and Composition at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

Virginia Heckert for Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Amanda Maddox for Josef Koudelka: Nationality Doubtful at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Mark Sealy for Human Rights Human Wrongs at the Photographers Gallery, London originally commissioned and curated for Ryerson Image Centre and Autograph ABP

 

FASHION LAYOUT OF THE YEAR: (awarded to magazine publications)

Winner: Harper’s Bazaar for Rihanna Swimming with Sharks photographed by Norman Jean Roy

Nominees:

Harper’s Bazaar for Rihanna Swimming with Sharks photographed by Norman Jean Roy

Interview Magazine for Broken Down photographed by Craig McDean

Numéro Magazine for A Collaboration with Gilbert & George photographed by Miles Aldridge

Vogue UK for Clean Slate photographed by Patrick Demarchelier

W Magazine for Best Performances photographed by Tim Walker

 

PHOTOGRAPHY MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR: (awarded to publisher)

Winner: Exit Magazine, Spain

Nominees:

British Journal of Photography, UK

Aperture Magazine, USA

Exit Magazine, Spain

Blow Photo, Ireland

Camera Austria, Austria

 

PICTURE EDITOR OF THE YEAR: (awarded to picture editor)

Winner: Kathy Ryan, Director of Photography, New York Times

Nominees:

Mary Cooney, Director of Photography, Los Angeles Times

Kathy Ryan, Director of Photography, New York Times Magazine

Kira Pollack, Director of Photography and Visual Enterprise, Time Magazine

Nick King,Neil Blake and Sean Proctor, The Midland Daily News

Michele McNally, Director of Photography, The New York Times

 

PRINT ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR: (awarded to photographer)

Winner: Colenso BBDO, Auckland for, New Zealand Breast Cancer for Skinfoods A Cream That Gives You Wrinkles

Nominees:

TBWA/Media Arts Lab for, Shot on iPhone 6. Client: Apple. Various Photographers.

Sistema Dez, Porto Alegre, Brazil for, POA Jazz Festival: Part of the City. Client: Porto Alegre Jazz Festival. Photographed by Celso Chittolina.

Prolam Y & R, Santiago, Chile for, One Shot is Enough. Client: Unicef. Photographed by Machado Cicala Morassut.

Ogilvy & Mather, Bogotá, Columbia for, Don’t Let Colors Run Out When You Need Them Most. Client: EcoFill

Colenso BBDO, Auckland for, New Zealand Breast Cancer for Skinfoods A Cream That Gives You Wrinkles. Client: New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation. Photographed by Karsten Thormaehlen