Of course, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin were there, with their formidable Holy Bible and their extended, clever speech. But the 30th edition of the ICP Infinity Awards was more marked by the emotion of the photojournalists being honored. With broken hearts, tearful eyes and generous words—both in the their video presentations and onstage speeches—you could read on their faces the message they strive to communicate in their photographs: keep sympathizing, keep fighting injustice, keep telling the painful stories of those facing adversity.
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