The finalists of the HSBC Award 2018 have been announced. The artists featured on the shortlist are: French photographer Antoine Bruy, chosen for his project Scrublands; the Paris-based, Swedish photographer Karin Crona, who submitted her series De la possibilité d’une image; Greek photographer Petros Efstathadis, with his series Gold Rush. Furthermore: Olivia Gay (France), whose series The fairest of them all is dedicated to the everyday life of women; Shinji Nagabe (born in Brazil, now based in Paris), with Espinha; Elsa Leydier (born in France, now based in Rio de Janeiro) with Platanos con Platino; French photographer Sandra Mehl, whose project Ilona et Maddalena revolves around two sisters at the stage between childhood and adolescence.
Also nominated are Michele Palazzi (Italy) for his series Finisterrae, the US-American Walker Picklering for his project Esprit de Corps, French photographer Marie Quéau (Odds and Ends), the US-American Brea Souders (!Film! Electric), and Bulgarian photographer Vladimir Vasilev for his series T(h)races.
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Prix HSBC pour la photographie