Samuel Fosso receive the award for Visual Arts at the 2018 Infinity Awards
Samuel Fosso, Black Pope, 2017. Photography courtesy of the artist and Galerie Jean Marc Patras.
Since 1985, the ICP Infinity Awards have recognized major contributions and emerging talent in the fields of photojournalism, art, fashion photography, and publishing. Past recipients include Berenice Abbott, Lynsey Addario, Richard Avedon, Ariella Azoulay, David Bailey, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Chuck Close, Roy DeCarava, Elliott Erwitt, Harold Evans, Larry Fink, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Robert Frank, Adam Fuss, David Goldblatt, Paul Graham, David Guttenfelder, Mishka Henner, André Kertész, Steven Klein, William Klein, Karl Lagerfeld, Annie Leibovitz, Helen Levitt, Mary Ellen Mark, Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Ryan McGinley, Susan Meiselas, Duane Michals, Daidō Moriyama, Zanele Muholi, James Nachtwey, Shirin Neshat, Gordon Parks, Gilles Peress, Walid Raad, Eugene Richards, Sebastião Salgado, Malick Sidibé, Lorna Simpson, Cindy Sherman, Peter Van Atgmael, and Ai Weiwei, among others. Past Infinity Award attendees include Hamish Bowles, Naomi Campbell, Grace Coddington, Bella Hadid, Carolina Herrera, Arianna Huffington, Karlie Kloss, Alexandra Richards, Leelee Sobieski, and Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor.
All proceeds from the Infinity Awards benefit ICP’s exhibition, education, community, and public programs.
Alexander Bell, Olympic Threat, 2017. © Alexandra Bell
Save the date for the International Center of Photography’s 34th annual Infinity Awards, honoring outstanding achievements in photography and visual arts.
MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2018
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT: Bruce Davidson
APPLIED: Alexandra Bell
ART: Samuel Fosso
ARTIST’S BOOK: Dayanita Singh, Museum Bhavan
CRITICAL WRITING AND RESEARCH: Maurice Berger, Race Stories column for the Lens section of the New York Times
DOCUMENTARY AND PHOTOJOURNALISM: Amber Bracken
EMERGING PHOTOGRAPHER: Natalie Keyssar
ONLINE PLATFORM AND NEW MEDIA: Women Photograph
SPECIAL PRESENTATION: Juergen Teller
TRUSTEES AWARD: Thomson Reuters
Natalie Keyssar, The Office of Hope. © Natalie Keyssar
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Marjorie Rosen, Michael A. Clinton, Judith Bookbinder
Artist Profile Executive Producer
The evening’s short films are funded and executive produced by Harbers Studios, giving visual voice to some of the most important ideas, organizations, and artists of our time.
Andrea Bruce, Girls in the village of Madukhel Mantun begin their long day of chores, starting with dishes, cleaning the house, feeding the animals and tending to crops, Khost, Afghanistan. © Andrea Bruce