This grant is awarded to a young professional photographer wishing to carry out a documentary photographic project in France or abroad, in the social, economic, political or cultural field. Awarded by a prestigious jury chaired, in 2021, by Sam Stourdzé, this grant (worth €10,000) gives the winner the means to finance a major personal project and to have the time needed to complete it.
How to apply:
- Be no less than 35 years old on 31 December 2022;
- Be able to present his/her application in French;
- Have already produced and published at least two documentary projects in press titles (print and/or web), in a book or an exhibition catalogue. These publications must include several photographs representative of each of the projects in order for the author to apply;
- The main activity of the author is to be a photographer.
Applications can be downloaded from the Jean-Luc Lagardère Foundation website (https://www.fondation-jeanluclagardere.com/etre-laureat) and must be sent in no later than Saturday 4 June 2022.
They were awarded the Jean-Luc Lagardère Foundation Photographer’s Grant:
Samer Mohdad (1992), Jérôme Brézillon (1995), Matias Costa (1999), Rip Hopkins (2000) Samuel Bollendorff (2002), Éric Baudelaire (2003), William Daniels (2007), Julien Goldstein (2009), Elena Chernyshova (2011), Carolina Arantes (2015), Anna Filipova (2016), Antoine Bruy (2017), Kasia Strek (2018), Pierre Vanneste (2019), Mouna Saboni (2020), Marion Péhée (2021).
Fondation Jean-Luc Lagardère
April 11, 2022 to June 04, 2022