In 2012, the Spanish historian and exhibition curator Rafael Doctor Roncero served as the artistic advisor for the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie. The young British photographer Leonora Hamill and the Frenchman Eric Pillot were awarded the prize. For this latest installment in our series, we asked both winners about their experience with the prize.
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