For the fourth edition of the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie (then known at the Prix de la Fondation CCF pour la photographie), Alain Mingam former photo editor-in-chief of Sygma, Gamma and Figaro, served as the art advisor. Two women won the prize that year, Catherine Gfeller and Yoshiko Murakami, Swiss and Japanese, retrospectively. Today, for the latest installment in our series, we spoke with Catherine Gfeller about her experience of winning the prize with her work Frises Urbaines and what she has accomplished since.
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