When two photo enthusiasts find themselves at the head of historical institutions of photography, they end up organising two awards that will most likely permanently mark the landscape of photo editing. Chris Boot, Executive Director of the Aperture Foundation, and Julien Frydman, Director of Paris Photo, affirm the new dynamic they have injected into their respective institutions by launching a partnership rooted in contemporary forms of the dissemination of photography.
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