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Tina Enghoff (born 1957) is a Danish photographer, video artist, and writerwho graduated from the International Center of Photography (ICP), New York.
Paul Graham is a British fine-art and documentary photographer. He has published three survey monographs, along with 17 other publications.
Jacob Holdt is a Danish photographer, writer and lecturer. His mammoth work, American Pictures, gained international fame in 1977 for its effective photographic revelations about the hardships of America's lower classes.
Anders Petersen is a Swedish photographer, based in Stockholm. He makes intimate and personal documentary-style black and white photographs. Petersen has published more than 20 books.
JH Engström is a Swedish photographer and artist based in Stockholm. He was shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize in 2005.
The Photographers' Gallery was founded in London by Sue Davies opening on 14 January 1971, as the first public gallery in the United Kingdom devoted solely to photography.
Dana Lixenberg is a Dutch photographer and filmmaker. She lives and works in New York and Amsterdam. Lixenberg pursues long-term projects on individuals and communities on the margins of society. Her books include Jeffersonville, Indiana (2005), The Last Days of Shishmaref (2008), Set Amsterdam (2011), De Burgemeester/The Mayor (2011), and Imperial Courts (2015).
Jacob Aue Sobol is a Danish photographer. He has worked in East Greenland, Guatemala, Tokyo, Bangkok, Copenhagen, America and Russia. In 2007 Sobol became a nominee at Magnum Photos and a full member in 2012. Four monographs and many catalogues of his work have been published and widely exhibited including at Yossi Milo Gallery in New York and at the Diemar/Noble Photography Gallery in London.
Kent Klich is a Swedish photographer living in Copenhagen.
The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize is a prize awarded annually by the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation and The Photographers' Gallery to a photographer who has made the most significant contribution to the photographic medium in Europe during the past year.
Trine Søndergaard, is a Danish photography-based visual artist. Trine Søndergaard lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Richard Mosse is an Irish conceptual documentary photographer.
Mack is an independent art and photography publishing house based in London. Mack works with established and emerging artists, writers and curators, and cultural institutions, releasing around 40 books per year. The publisher was founded in 2010 in London by Michael Mack.
Laia Abril is a Catalan artist whose work relates to bio-politics, grief and women rights.
Mathieu Asselin is a French-Venezuelan photographer artist specializing in documentary photography and portraiture related to social issues. He is based in New York City.
Erik Kessels (1966) is a Dutch artist, designer and curator with a particular interest in photography, and co-founder of KesselsKramer, an advertising agency in Amsterdam. Kessels and Johan Kramer established the "legendary and unorthodox" KesselsKramer in 1996, and KesselsKramer Publishing, their Amsterdam-based publishing house.
Laura El-Tantawy is a British-Egyptian photographer based in London and Cairo. She works as a freelance news photographer and on personal projects.
Rafał Milach is a Polish visual artist and photographer. His work is about the transformation taking place in the former Eastern Bloc, for which he undertakes long-term projects. He is an associate member of Magnum Photos.
Michal Iwanowski is a Polish photographer and writer currently living in Cardiff, Wales.
Poulomi Basu is an Indian artist, documentary photographer and activist, much of whose work addresses the normalisation of violence against marginalised women.
Alejandro Cartagena is a Dominican Republic-born Mexican photographer. His work is held in the collections of the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Cartagena has been shortlisted for the 2021 Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize.