April 1, 2023

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Visa pour L’image: Three weeks in hell in Mariupol, Evgeniy Maloletka wins Visa d’or News 2022

The Visa Awards distinguished the cream of this 34th edition of the International Photojournalism Festival. Here is the list.

Visa d’Or of international daily journalism: Mats Nissen for Politiken.

Visa d’or News: Evgeny Maloletka / Associated Press reporting from Mariupol, Ukraine.

Visa d’Or Magazine: Brent Stirton/Getty Images for his work on Bushmeat: The Origins of Epidemics for National Geographic.

Samir Al-Doumi /AFP for his report Les routes de la mort on the International Committee of the Red Cross’ humanitarian golden visa: migration crisis in northern France.

Visa d’or de l’information numérique franceinfo: Rising African Cities by Max Bearak, Dylan Moriarty and Julia Ledur Project published by the Washington Post.

Figaro Magazine Honorary Visa d’or: Alain Keler: Myop.
Visa d’Or from the city of Perpignan Remy Oglic: Lucas Pariolet for his coverage of the war in Ukraine for Le Monde.

Canon Female Photojournalist Fellowship: Natalya Sabrunova / Zeppelin.
Canon Grant for Short Video Documentary: Irene Back.
Grant for New Urban Photography, supported by Google: Philémon Barbier / Collectif Hors Format.

ANI-PixTrakk Prize: Hervé Lequeux.
Pierre & Alexandra Boulat Prize: Laura Morton.
Photography Gift – Yves Rocher Foundation: Alain Schroeder.
Carmignac Prize for Photojournalism: Fabiola Ferrero.
Camille LePage Award: Rebecca Conway.

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