At the Rencontres d’Arles in July 2019, Natalie Martin, General Delegate of the Swiss Life Foundation, affirmed her desire to create an edition of the Prize more open with many new features. It’s done. The selection committee studied more than 128 applications. The 9 duos nominated for the 4th edition will meet the jury on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 to defend their project. The 9 pairs of photographers and musicians finalist are: – Bertrand Desprez (photography) and Paul Sabin (music), The Call of the Forest or the Wild Life – Edouard Taufenbach (photography) and Régis Campo (music), Le Bleu du Ciel – Victory Thierrée (photography) and Amaury Arboun (music), Caught in the Dark – Flora (photography) and Benoît Menut (music), Les Jardins de Josef – Amélie Grimber (photography) and Ysé Lallemant (music), Sans Titre_Anonymous – Grégoire Korganow (photography) and Mehdi Chaïb (music), Souffles – Noémie Goudal (photography) and Chloé Thévenin (music), Storm – Julien Mignot (photography) and Warren Ellis (music), A Frontier of the World – Louis-Cyprien Rials (photography) and Romain Poirier (music), Red Zone Returns on the preselection...
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