Born in 2006, The F Award is a biennial international award for concerned photography launched by Forma Foundation for Photography. The F Award is inspired by the following words, published in 1972 by Cornell Capa: “They are concerned photographers who demonstrate in their work a humanitarian impulse to use pictures to educate and change the world not just record it". The fourth edition of the F Award will be in 2013.
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