2017 support category nominations

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 15th Annual Lucie Awards in New York City.

The 2017 Support Category Nominations are closed. 

 

There are seven Support Category awards presented:

 

book publisher of the year classic: (awarded to publisher)

 

book publisher of the year limited: (awarded to publisher)

 

curator/exhibition of the year: (awarded to curator)

 

fashion layout of the year: (awarded to magazine publications)

 

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)

 


 

2017 support category nominees

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

 

book publisher of the year classic:

(awarded to publisher)

Nominees:

Phaidon for Generation Wealth: Lauren Greenfield – WINNER

Aperture for Stephen Shore: Selected Works, 1973–1981

MACK for Forever: Anthony Hernandez

Steidl for Nobel Heroes: Peter Badge

Thames & Hudson for Firecrackers

 

book publisher of the year limited:

(awarded to publisher)

Nominees:

Taschen for James Baldwin. The Fire Next Time. Steve Schapiro Art Edition ‘James Baldwin’: Steve Schapiro – WINNER

21st Editions for BLUE: Timothy Duffy

ceiba for Picture of My Life: Junpei Ueda

MACK for Sleeping by the Mississippi – Special Edition: Alec Soth

Radius Books for ONE

 

 

curator/exhibition of the year:

(awarded to curator)

Nominees

Jeff L. Rosenheim and Maria Morris Hambourg for Irving Penn: Centennial at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City – WINNER

Anders Kold for Rineke Dijkstra. The One and the Many at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art 

Charlotte Cotton, Pauline Vermare and Marina Chao for Public, Private, Secret at International Center of Photography, New York City

Diane Dufour with Julie Héraut for Magnum Analog Recovery at Le Bal, Paris

Gail Buckland for Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present at Brooklyn Museum

 

fashion layout of the year:

(awarded to magazine publications)

Nominees:

AnOther Magazine for The Full Story: Solange Knowles for AnOther Magazine A/W17 by Peter Lindbergh – WINNER

Harper’s Bazaar for Think Pink by Daniel Riera

i-D for Life is Art, Live Yours in Color by Harley Weir

Numéro Magazine for Grace Bol by Txema Yeste

Vanity Fair for Cover Story: Emma Watson, Rebel Belle by Tim Walker

 

photography magazine of the year:

(awarded to publisher)

Nominees:

Foam Magazine, Netherlands – WINNER

AINT-BAD, USA

Aperture Magazine, USA

EXIT, Spain

Osmos Magazine, USA

 

picture editor of the year:

(awarded to picture editor)

Nominees:

Marielle Eudes, Photo Director,  Agence France-Presse for Rescued From the Rubble – WINNER

Andrew Katz, Senior Multimedia Editor, TIME for AFTERWARD. – REFLECTIONS ON THE WEIGHT OF CHARLOTTESVILLE.

Mary Cooney, Director of Photography, Los Angeles Times for Brazil’s war on Zika

Moe Doiron, Editor, Globe and Mail for Standing Rock

Robin Daughtridge, Associate Managing Editor for Photography and Video, and Todd Panagopoulos, Director of Photography, Chicago Tribune for Portraits of a child shooting victim in Chicago

 

print advertising campaign of the year:

(awarded to photographer)

Nominees:

Advantage Y&R, Windhoek, Namibia for African Trash Masks. Client: Greenpeace Africa. Photographed by Shawn Van Eeden – WINNER

Agencia3, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for Absolute Confidentiality. Client: Disque Denúncia. Photographed by Aderi Costa, Ian Costa

JWT, Brazil for Womanity Campaign. Client: Womanity Foundation. Photographed by Gabriel de Moura

Ogilvy & Mather for Switch It OffClient: Amnesty International. Photographed by Sergej Chursyn; Andrew Reed Weller

R/GA for We Are America. Client: The Ad Council. Photographed by Mark Seliger