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From powerful images of rising tides in Florida to conflict on the streets of Northern Ireland, explore the four finalists shortlisted for this prestigious photography prize.

The annual Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize is awarded to an outstanding photographer of any nationality who has made the most significant contribution to the art form either through a publication or exhibition – the winner will receive £30,000, with all other finalists receiving £5,000 each.

This year’s finalists include Anastasia Samoylova, whose photographs document her personal experiences of climate change in Florida, Jo Ractliffe, who explores the post-Apartheid landscape of South Africa, Gilles Peress, who documents conflict on the streets of Northern Ireland, and Deana Lawson, who uses photography to amplify Black experience and investigate representation. Each project showcases a unique approach to capturing images, with each photographer focusing on subject matter linked to a specific region or community.

Powerful, innovative and vivid, the finalists’ imagery demonstrates astonishing ambition, be it personal, practical, philosophical or political, and showcases the exciting landscape of contemporary photography.

The winner of the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2022 will be announced on the 12 May 2022.

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