Richard Mosse, "Safe From Harm," North Kivu, eastern Congo, 2012, © Richard Mosse, Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery.

Richard Mosse, “Safe From Harm,” North Kivu, eastern Congo, 2012, © Richard Mosse, Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery.

Richard Mosse has won the 2014 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. The £30,000 award (about $50,000 US) is given annually to a photographer whose photo book or exhibition contributed to the medium of photography in Europe during the previous year. The news was announced this evening during a ceremony in London at The Photographers’ Gallery. Read the full story on PDNOnline.


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