Contemporary African Photography Prize winners announced – British Journal of Photography


The five award-winning projects are by Yassine Alaoui Ismaili, Paul Botes, Anna Boyiazis, Tommaso Fiscaletti & Nic Grobler, and Phumzile Khanyile

Yassine Alaoui Ismaili (Morocco), Paul Botes (South Africa), Anna Boyiazis (USA), Tommaso Fiscaletti & Nic Grobler (South Africa), and Phumzile Khanyile (South Africa) are the five winners of the seventh CAP Prize. Open to photographers of any age or background, the CAP Prize is awarded to work that engages with the African continent or its diaspora.

Born in 1984 in Khouribga, Morocco, Yassine Alaoui Ismaili – aka Yoriyas – lives in Casablanca and has been awarded his prize for the series Casablanca Not the Movie (2014–2018). “It is both a love letter to the city I call home and an effort to nuance the visual record for those…

Read More

*** This news item is 3rd party content and is included strictly for non-commercial informational purposes.

320ro
  • 1
    Share

Comments

comments