In 1996, the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie (then named the Prix de la Fondation CCF pour la Photographie) named its first two winners, Eric Prinvault and Henry Ray. For the inaugural edition, Christian Caujolle was chosen to be the artistic advisor. Today we’re looking back at Eric Prinvault’s award-winning work on the homeless, giving us the opportunity to reflect on the experience and what it has since become.
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