LFISpecial Edition / Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2011
LFI Special Edition / Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2011
Jan Grarup: Haiti Aftermath – 2011 Winner. Jan Grarup shows great empathy for the horrific suffering after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
Tomas van Houtryve: 21st Century Communism – pictures from communism still existing today, contemplative and with a revealing use of colour.
Eddie Gerald: A Jewish State – photographic associations dealing with the complex contradictions of Israeli society.
Guillaume Herbaut: The Chernobyl Zone – touching scenes of daily life and character portraits from a harsh, virtually surreal world.
Kacper Kowalski: Sandomierz – Flood from the Sky – spectacular and extremely aesthetic images taken from a bird’s eye perspective.
Christian Muhrbeck: Muslims in Bulgaria – a quiet and respectful reportage from the Muslim world in Bulgaria.
Alnis Stakle: Lost: Paris – documentary and autobio graphical psycho-geographies of an inhuman urbanity.
Tomasz Wiech: Poland – My Homeland – a carefully observed image of Poland, both personal and quaint.
Carsten Stormer: Acid Survivors – a shocking portrait series of disfigured victims of acid attacks in Cambodia.
Jing Huang: Pure of Sight – 2011 Newcomer Award. Highly poetic instances picturing everyday things and situations.
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- Jan Grarup: Haiti Aftermath – 2011 Winner. Jan Grarup shows great empathy for the horrific suffering after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.