The New Zealand photojournalist Robin Hammond is the laureate of the 2013 Eugene Smith award, worth 30,000 dollars. He has been awarded for « Condemned », his shocking story about mental illness in Africa. His photographs, are exhibited in Brooklyn and his book recently published , have been accompanied by an emotional speech last Wednesday in the theater of the School of Visual Arts.
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