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Prix Picto de la Mode: Revelation of the 2020 Winners

Posted on October 15, 2020 - By Picto Foundation
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Prix Picto de la Mode: Revelation of the 2020 Winners
Prix Picto de la Mode: Revelation of the 2020 Winners

The award ceremony took place on Tuesday 13, October 2020 at the Palais Galliera, Paris Fashion Museum, after the deliberations of a jury chaired by photographer Sarah Moon.

The award ceremony took place Tuesday 13 October 2020 at the Palais Galliera, Paris Fashion Museum, after the deliberations of a jury chaired by photographer Sarah Moon. The 2020 edition is marked by exciting new features. In addition to the exhibition produced by Picto and the poster campaign offered by JCDecaux, the Winner of the Picto Prize for Fashion Photography was presented with a Leica Q2 camera. Similarly, the winner of the 2nd prize, Dotation 19M de la photographie des Métiers d'art, will collaborate with one of the eleven Houses brought together in the new 19M site, designed and conceived by CHANEL and dedicated to the Fashion Crafts. Finally, photographer Paolo Roversi will present the 3rd prize, Endowment Filippo Roversi, which highlights the originality of a technical know-how put forward by a photographer. With the support of its partners, the Prix Picto de la Photographie de Mode intends to strengthen its commitment to discovering and developing new talent. A partner of the Prix Picto de la Photographie de Mode since 2017, Palazzo Galliera hosted the ceremony as part of the Gabrielle Chanel exhibition. Fashion Manifesto. The Palais Galliera allows the award-winning photographers to enter a recognised public collection.

COMPOSITION OF THE JURY
Sarah Moon - Photographer, President of the jury
Paolo Roversi – Photographer
Benjamin Lindbergh - Studio Lindbergh
Sylvie Lécallier - In charge of the photographic collection of the Palais Galliera Guillaume
Henry - Artistic Director, Patou
Aska Yamashita - Artistic Director, Atelier Montex
Nelly Perlade - Photographers' agent
Adeline Care - Winner of the Prix Picto de la Mode 2019
Gaëlle Gouinguené - Communication Photo, Leica
Benoit Baume - Director of Fisheye magazine
Delphine Perroy - Fashion Editor of Madame Figaro

First Place Winner: Chiron Duong
I am Chiron Duong (real name: Dat Duong). Born in 1996 in Vietnam. I studied architecture in Vietnam and now work as an architect and fashion photographer. The inspiration for my fashion work comes from the traditional Vietnamese or Asian culture that I have learned from my relationships with others. Asian tones are not only extremely flamboyant, floating, but also generous and meaningful. Furthermore, I want to convey the feelings of mystery of folklore, faith and religion in the lives of Asians through colours and photos that resonate with fashion, as well as the interference of Western and Vietnamese culture. I practice many techniques in photography to create emotions in my works rather than seeking a visual impression.
Chiron Duong's Website


Chiron Duong

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Chiron Duong

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Chiron Duong

© Chiron Duong


Second Place Winner: Lucie Khahoutian
Lucie Khahoutian is a visual artist whose practice mixes collage, photography and installation. She is a winner of the Emerging Talents Award (Rome, Italy), Spotlight Award (Dublin, Ireland), Fotografia Europea (Regio Emilia, Italy), Krakow PhotoMonth (Krakow, Poland), and a finalist for The New Vanguard Awards (New York), USA), Les Voies Off (Arles, France), Cosmos Award (Arles, France), Festival de Mode et de Photographie de Hyères (Hyères, France), Résidence BMW (Paris, France), Images Vevey (Vevey, Switzerland).

His work is regularly exhibited in fairs, galleries and institutions such as Unseen, MACRO, Aperture Gallery, Red Hook Labs, Milan Photo Vogue, the 104, Fondazione Sozzani, among others. And is part of the departmental collections of contemporary art, Saint Denis, France, Villa Noailles, Hyere, France, Museum of Photography and Multimedia, Tbilisi, Georgia She is a member of the Live Wild collective and currently based in France.

Lucie Khahoutian

© Lucie Khahoutian


Third Place Winner: Gabriel Dia
I was born on 18 December 1985 in Rufisque, Senegal.
Exiled to France in 2003, I live and work in Paris.
After 10 years in nuclear engineering, I decided to devote myself to my passion and to deepen my knowledge by doing an intensive bachelor's degree at EFET in 2020 from which I graduated top of my class.
With a great penchant for auteur photography, it seems to me that most of my work so far is aimed at exorcising painful childhood memories.
Gabriel Dia's Website


Gabriel Dia

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Gabriel Dia

© Gabriel Dia


THE PICTO PRIZE AWARDS FOR FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY
First Prize Award: Picto Prize Award for Fashion Photography
- A Leica Q2 camera worth €4990
- An exhibition worth €2000 made by Picto at the Fisheye Gallery
- A JCDecaux poster campaign in Paris.
- Entry into the public collections of the Palais Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

Second Prize Award: 19M Photography of Art
- A photographic commission worth €5,000 commissioned by one of the 11 houses in the 19M collection
- A Leica Q2 worth €4,990
- An exhibition worth €2,000 made by Picto at the Fisheye Gallery
- A JCDecaux poster campaign in Paris. Entry into the public collections of the Palais Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

Third Prize Award: Dotation Filippo Roversi
- A one-day workshop with Paolo Roversi
- A print signed by Paolo Roversi
- 1000 € of production assistance from the Picto services- a one-day studio session at Studio Daguerre
- Entry into the public collections of the Palais Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris
- The Prix Picto de la Photographie de Mode is the subject of an annual exhibition at the Fisheye Gallery. From 8 to 24 October 2020, the gallery will exhibit Adeline Care, Winner 2019.

The history of the prize
The Prix Picto de la Photographie de Mode was initiated in 1998 by the Picto laboratory with the aim of supporting fashion photographers under the age of 35, helping them to start their careers and to bring out young talent. The prize has revealed talented photographers who now have an international career: Louis Decamps (Winner 1998), Sofia & Mauro (Winners 2002), Marjolijn de Groot (Winner 2003) or Kourtney Roy (Special Mention 2007).The Picto Prize for Fashion Photography has evolved rapidly, thanks to its loyal partners and jurors renewed each year in the world of fashion, luxury, advertising, art and photography. In 2013, the prize begins to open up internationally and includes international winners such as Alice Pavesi Fiori (Italy) - Special Mention 2013, Ting Ting Wang (China) - Laureate 2013, Charlotte Abramow (Belgium) - Laureate 2014 or Laurent Henrion (Belgium) - Laureate 2016.since 2014, the prize rewards 3 photographers each year. In 2016, the Prix Picto de la Photographie de Mode joins the programmes of the Picto Foundation. A new dimension is given to the distinction and offers a special focus to the work of the award-winning photographers who enter the collections of the endowment fund. In 2017, the Prix Picto de la Photographie de Mode sees the arrival of a new partner, the Palais Galliera, the fashion museum of the City of Paris. This association is part of a common desire to create a link between the worlds of fashion and emerging photography. Picto Foundation also allows each of the winners to see their work enter the public collections of the Palais Galliera.

ORGANISER
The Picto Prize for Fashion Photography is organised within the framework of the Picto Foundation's programmes. The Picto Labs Endowment Fund brings together the initiatives supported by the labs in response to the main perceived expectations of photographers: to promote, share and preserve photography. The Picto Foundation supports and runs prizes aimed at revealing and simulating photographic talent. Picto Foundation develops and supports: the Picto Prize for Fashion Photography, Carte Blanche Etudiants à Paris Photo, the Niépce Prize, the Talent Grant and the Estée Lauder Pink Ribbon Photo Award. The Picto Foundation supports photographers in the distribution of their work and in the conception of their programmes, and is a partner of the Picto Foundation: Paris Photo, The Eyes, Fisheye Gallery, les Promenades photographiques de Vendôme, les Rencontres d'Arles. Picto Foundation preserves and transmits a know-how combining craftsmanship and state-of-the-art technology by collaborating with more than thirty schools of visual arts and photography, and undertakes its collection.
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