This year the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Every Wednesday, we’ll be taking a look back at the history of the prize and its winners since Chantal Nedjib founded it in 1995. This week we’ll get the ball rolling with the first two winners in 1996: Eric Prinvault and Henry Ray. But first we spoke with Christine Raoult, Executive Director about the history of the prize.
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