The Caritas Social Photo Award launches its fourth edition. The call for applications is open until April 2, 2023.
The Caritas Social Photo Award confirms with this new edition its desire to promote the work of photographers who give visibility to poverty, precariousness and exclusion in France. By supporting new looks, a diversity of photographic writing and original approaches to social photography, the prize also wishes to act on public awareness.
The composition of the 2023 jury reflects this positioning, bringing together experts in precariousness from the Caritas France Network and actors in photography with ever more varied profiles and perspectives. This year it will be chaired by Claudine Doury, an important figure in French photography. The jury will meet in May 2023 to select the winner and the two finalists.
The winning photographer of the 2023 Caritas Social Photo Award will benefit from:
- a grant of €4,000
- the publication by Filigranes of a book dedicated to its award-winning photographic series
His work and that of the two finalists will be presented in two exhibitions:
- an exhibition at the Galerie Le Château d’Eau in Toulouse in the fall of 2023
- an exhibition in Paris (indoors and/or outdoors) in early 2024