It was announced recently that the Prix Pictet Growth book had been awarded ‘Best Photographic’ book at this year’s British Book Design and Production Awards. This is a great honour, as it was selected from a collection of other noteworthy publications including Alexander McQueen; Savage Beauty and Brian Cook’s; Landscapes of …
The Prix Pictet Growth cycle reached its conclusion this week with the opening of an exhibition of photographs by Chris Jordan at Diemar/Noble Photography, London.
This first Prix Pictet exhibition in the US will open at the Museum of Photographic Arts (MoPA) in San Diego with an event on 14 October. Under the title ‘Infinite Balance: Artists and the Environment’ the exhibition will showcase works selected from among those shortlisted under the three themes that have …
Power, the fourth cycle of the Prix Pictet was launched the week of July 21 2011. The opening of the exhibition of photographs made by Chris Jordan for the third Commission brought the Growth cycle to a close and a worldwide advert in Financial Times marked the start of the new phase. And …
Power will be the theme for the fourth Prix Pictet, announced on Thursday 7 July, at the 42nd edition of Les Rencontres d’Arles in France.
Shortlisted photographer Chris Jordan is currently touring the Nakuprat Conservancy in Northern Kenya where, with the support of the UK-based charity, Tusk Trust, he is making a series of images for the third Commission.
The first in the series of Whitechapel/Prix Pictet Conversations on Photography took place at the Whitechapel gallery in London on 7 July 2011.
As part of the 42nd edition of Les Rencontres d’Arles there will be a Prix Pictet special presentation at the Théâtre Antique on 7 July, during which the theme of the fourth Prix Pictet will be unveiled.
The Prix Pictet is collaborating with the Whitechapel Gallery, London on a series of conversations on photography. The first conversation will be between Thomas Struth and Nana Last, architectural theorist, designer and Associate Professor at the University of Virginia School of Architecture. Thomas Struth will discuss his career and his …
The first group of dates for the Prix Pictet tour have now been released.
The winner of the third cycle of the Prix Pictet was announced by Kofi Annan, Honorary President of the Prix Pictet, at the Passage de Retz, Paris.
A unique trophy especially created by the distinguished jewellery designer Vicky Ambery-Smith will be presented to the winner of the third Prix Pictet by HE Kofi Annan at the award ceremony in Paris, 17 March 2011.
Listen here to Mitch Epstein’s interview.
With the Prix Pictet shortlist exhibition and award ceremony due later this week the international media have turned their attention to the work of the artists involved with the prize.
Design and architectural magazine Blueprint recently covered the work of Prix Pictet Growth shortlisted artist Stéphane Couturier.
In 2011, the Prix Pictet will collaborate with Whitechapel Gallery in the development of a programme of photography debates.
Growth, a book based on the current cycle of the prize, will be published and distributed worldwide by teNeues.
For the third cycle of the Prix Pictet, Pictet & Cie will support the work of the Tusk Trust in Africa.
The Sunday Times Magazine ran a feature on Prix Pictet in last weekends edition, within the 11 page article was a selection of shortlisted work.
The Prix Pictet Earth tour has garnered a significant amount of attention for its show at Madrid’s Delegación Principado de Asturias, where a selection of the portfolios shortlisted for the 2009 prize were exhibited. The exhibition featured in Saatchi Online Magazine’s ‘Top International Shows’ (1 November 2010). Click here to …