The International Center of Photography (ICP ) honored their 2016 Infinity Award winners at a gala in New York City on April 11.
David Bailey, the fashion and portrait photographer, received the 2016 Infinity Award for Lifetime Achievement. The award for Documentary & Photojournalism went to South African photographer/activist Zanele Muholi. The Art award was given to Walid Raad.
For the second year in a row, ICP named a winner for Online Platform & New Media. The award was given to Jonathan Harris, artist and engineer, and Gregor Hohmuth, an artist and computer scientist, who co-created the creators of Network Effect, a site that examines “human life on the Internet.”
The other Infinity Awards winners were:
Artist’s Book: Fire in Cairo by Matthew Connors
Critical Writing & Research: Susan Schuppli
Trustee Award: Artur Walther, The Walther Collection
Information on, and short videos about, each of the winners can be found at http://www.icp.org/infinity-awards.
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