The jury of the 2015 HCB Award has nominated the French photographer Claude Iverné as the winner, for his project “Sudanese Photographs, Gazelle River”. He was nominated by Xavier Barral, publisher. His Award will be given tonight in Arles, at the screening night at the théatre Antique. Attributed by Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson every other year, the HCB Award is a prize of 35 000 euro to stimulate a photographer’s creativity by offering him the opportunity to carry out a project that would otherwise be difficult to achieve.
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