The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Fla., announced late yesterday that the Los Angeles-based photographer Analia Saban has won the inaugural Rudin Prize for emerging photography. The prize comes with $20,000, and was founded this year by Beth Rudin DeWoody, in honor of her father.
From the release:
Saban was nominated by John Baldessari and selected from among four other finalists, who included: Eunice Adorno (based in Mexico City), nominated by Susan Meiselas; Mauro D’Agati (based in Palermo), nominated by Michael Rovner; Gabriela Nin Solis, (based in Mexico City), nominated by Graciela Iturbide; and Bjørn Venø, (based in London), nominated by Yinka Shonibare.
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