Alain D’Hooghe is a photography writer, curator and professor of the history of photography. He was appointed Artistic Advisor of the 2001 Prix HSBC pour la Photographie (then called the Prix de la Fondation CCF pour la photographie). The 11th and 12th winners of the prize were French photographer Franck Christen and the British art duo Jo Lansley & Helen Bendon. For our latest installment in this series, Christen answered our questions about his experience with the prize and after.
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