The artistic advisor for the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie 2007 was Alan Sayag, then curator at the Musée National d’art Moderne and head of photography at the Centre Pompidou. The two winning photographers for the 12th edition of the festival were Julia Fullerton-Batten and Matthew Pillsbury. Throughout this series, we’ve been interviewing formers winners to ask them about their experience with the prize and what they’ve been doing since. Today, the american photographer, Matthew Pillsbury answered our questions.
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