Special edition Prix Elysée 2023

Boxed set of eight books and eight prints

Editor Photo Elysée
Publication date 2023
Price CHF 350.-

Published by Photo Elysée, eight books individually present the projects of the nominees of the Prix Elysée 2023: Vincen Beeckman, Debi Cornwall, Siân Davey, Nicolai Howalt, Khashayar Javanmardi, Alice Mann, Gloria Oyarzabal et Virginie Rebetez. Since their nomination in June 2022, each of them has pursued the selected project and unveils here a few first photographs in a layout designed by Ramon Pez. Available individually, these booklets also exist in a special edition : a set of the eight projects and eight prints made especially for the occasion.

The winner, chosen by an international jury, will be announced in June 2023 with an exhibition at Photo Elysée and will receive 80,000 CHF to produce their project and publish a book in June 2024.

The Prix Elysée is the result of an exclusive partnership between Photo Elysée and Parmigiani Fleurier.

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