2013 Lucie Awards Announce Support Category Nominees

Released on: October 18, 2013, 7:11 am
Industry: Internet & Online

To be presented at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, NYC - Sun, Oct. 27, 2013 7:00 p.m. Arrivals 6:00 p.m.

Los Angeles, CA, -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- The 11th Annual Lucie Awards presents the Support Category Nominees from which six individuals or organizations in the creative community will be recognized on Sunday, October 27, 7:00 p.m., (6:00 pm arrivals.)  Tickets are on sale at www.lucies.org. All nominees are essential to the process of crafting the exceptional images that are celebrated at the Lucies.

The nominees for the Support Categories are:

Book Publisher of the Year (awarded to publisher):

21st Editions for Imogen Cunningham: Platinum and Palladium

Aperture for Aperture Magazine Anthology: The Minor White Years by Peter C Bunnell

Oodee for There's a Place in Hell for Me and My Friends by Pieter Hugo

Steidl for Hustlers by Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Taschen for Genesis by Sebastiao Salgado

Thames & Hudson fo r Eyemazing: The New Collectible Art Photography

Photography Magazine of the Year (awarded to publisher):

Aperture, USA

Blind Spot, USA

Blow, Ireland

British Journal of Photography, UK  

FOAM  Netherlands

Lensculture .com                                                                                  

Curator/Exhibition of the Year (awarded to curator):

Leo Rubinfien, Erin O'Toole, Sarah Greenough, Sandra S Phillips, Tod Papageorge and Susan Kismaric for Garry Winogrand at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (San Francisco)

Anne Wilkes-Tucker, Will Michels and Natalie Zelt for War/Photography: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath at Museum of Fine Arts (Houston)

Leila Wanick Salgado for Genesis at Natural History Museum (London)

Simon Baker and Shoair Mavlian for Graciela Iturbide at the Tate Modern (London)

Terence Pepper for Man Ray Portraits at the Scottish National Gallery (Scotland)

Simon Baker and Juliet Bingham with Kasia Redzisz, Assistant Curator, Tate Modern for William Klein +Daido Moriyama for the Tate Modern (London)

Picture Editor of the Year (awarded to picture editor):

Eric Baradat, Picture Editor, Agence France Presse

Stacey D. Clarkson, Art Director, Harper's Magazine

Mary Anne Golon, Director of Photography, The Washington Post

Kathy Ryan, Director of Photography, New York Times Magazine

Patrick Witty, International Picture Editor, Time Magazine

Fashion Layout of the Year (awarded to magazine publications):

Harper's Bazaar for The Modern Master Piece photos by Hendrik Kerstens

Interview Magazine for Brad Pitt photos by Steven Klein Vogue USA for Storm Troupers photos by Annie Leibovitz

Vogue USA for Secret Stars: Daft Punk and Karlie Kloss photos by Craig McDean

Flair Italy for Madre Terra photos by Juergen Teller

Print Advertising Campaign of the Year (awarded to photographer):

Publicis  Singapore for "Liking Isn't Helping." Client: Crisis Relief Singapore. Photographed by Sebastian Siah.  Prolam Y&R Chile for "A Child Who Learns is an Adult Who Teaches". Client: Unicef. Photographed by David Calderon .

Ogilvy and Mather Los Angeles for "Nuud Full Frontal". Client: Lifeproof. Photographed by Vincent Dixon .

Grey NY for "Inspired". Client: Canon. Photographed by Simon Harsent .

Publicis, Brussels for "All the Muscles You Need". Client: Stihl. Photographed by Nadav Kander .

The Lucie Awards are a celebration of photography's greatest achievements the world over and this year cap's Fall Photo Week. The Lucie Foundation and the global photography community will recognize this year's extraordinary honorees and the talented winners from the 2013 International Photography Awards (IPA) juried competition - the Foundation's sister-effort.  Awards presented will include: Lucie Honorees, IPA prizes, Support Category Awards, a special tribute to those in the industry who have passed on and the APA/Lucie Foundation Scholarship Prize in the amount of $5,000 to professional to further advance a personal project.

The 2013 honorees will join the distinguished group of 93 prior photographers honored and include:

Lisa KristineHumanitarian Award, Arno Rafael MinkkinenAchievement in Fine Art, Victor SkrebneskiAchievement in Fashion, Benedikt TaschenVisionary Award, John H. WhiteAchievement in Photojournalism and Li Zhensheng-Achievement in Documentary.

The Lucie Awards are the culmination of a weekend of events leading up to the big night including the IPA's Best of Show exhibition and party and the Lucie Lectures East Series in partnership with Phase One, ASMP and En Foco. Tickets for The Lucie Awards are on sale at http://www.lucies.org

About Lucie Foundation
The Lucie Foundation's mission is to honor master photographers, discover and cultivate emerging talent and promote photography appreciation worldwide.  The Lucie Awards ceremony is held annually to celebrate the outstanding achievements of the international photography community, recognizing those whose life's work deserves the highest acclaim. This is also where the Foundation's sister enterprise, the International Photography Awards (IPA) competition, announces the winners of the Photographer of the Year, the Discovery of the Year,  the Deeper Perspective Photographer of the Year, and the Moving Image Photographer of the Year awards.  Cash prizes and statues are awarded.  The Foundation presents year-round programming to support high school students through SNAPSHOP! The Foundation also offers financial funding through the Lucie Scholarship Programs in support of both emerging and professional photographers. MOPLA (Month of Photography LA), which is entering its sixth year, has become the west coast destination for a unique month of distinctive programming for photographers and those who appreciate the craft.  The Lucie Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable foundation. www.luciefoundation.org

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