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Susan Meiselas Wins The Deutsche Borse Photography Prize




Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas was announced as the 2019 winner of the prestigious 30,000 pound prize at a special award ceremony at The Photographers’ Gallery, on Thursday 16th May by British Turkish award winning writer and activist Elif Shafak.

Meiselas was deemed to have made a consistently outstanding contribution to photography, influencing the way that audiences encounter and understand the form and exemplifying a commitment and personal investment to her subject matter and subjects that has left an indelible mark on the history of photography.

A leading documentary photographer, Meiselas is widely acknowledged for her work in the conflict zones of Central America (1978–1983), and in particular for her powerful photographs of the Nicaraguan revolution. Drawing on more than four decades of experience photographing around the world, Meiselas favours an immersive approach, often collaborating with the communities she photographs over long periods of time, and has focused on a wide range of challenging issues from ethnic and religious conflicts, human rights issues to the sex industry. Mediations was the most comprehensive European retrospective of Meiselas’ work to date, which brought together series’ from the 1970s to the present day.

For The Photographers’ Gallery exhibition, Meiselas chose to present her long-term engagement with the Kurdish diaspora. Kurdistan/akaKurdistan began with a trip the photographer took to capture Anfal genocide against the Iraqi Kurds in 1991 and began a project offering a layered, lived history of Kurdistan, driven by the momentum of its contributors with whom she continues to collaborate with.

Images: Photographs of 20-year-old Kamaran Abdullah Saber
are held by his family at Saiwan Hill cemetery. He was
killed in July 1991 during a student demonstration
against Saddam Hussein, Kurdistan, Northern Iraq, 1991
© Susan Meiselas

Susan Meiselas
Dee and Lisa on Mott Street, Little Italy, New York, 1976
© Susan Meiselas/ Magnum Photos

The work of all 2019 shortlisted artists, Laia Abril, Arwed Messmer, Susan Meiselas and Mark Ruwedel, remains on display at The Photographers’ Gallery until 2nd June 2019. The show will then tour to the Deutsche Borse’s headquarters in Eschborn/Frankfurt from 14th June until 23rd August 2019.

Website: https://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/

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