French-Algerian artist Mohamed Bourouissa has won the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2020, for his project, Free Trade. Mohamed Bourouissa (b.1978) was announced as the 2020 winner of the prestigious £30,000 prize via a special online presentation hosted by The Photographers’ Gallery on Monday 14 September 2020. Narrated by the actor, Juliet Stevenson, the film included a short history of the photography prize before presenting the work of each of this year’s nominees, which also includes Anton Kusters, Mark Neville and Clare Strand and then announcing the winner. Particularly focussed on the representation of disenfranchised people and marginalised communities, the Paris-based...
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