Announcing the Winners of the 2020 PhotoBook Awards

El libro de GLORIA ORYAZABAL “WOMAN GO NO’GREE” acaba de resultar ganador del premio PARIS PHOTO-APERTURE como MEJOR FOTOLIBRO DEL AÑO.

Celebrating the evolving narrative of the photobook, Paris Photo and Aperture, in partnership with DELPIRE & CO, are excited to announce the winning titles for this year’s PhotoBook Awards.

Paris Photo and Aperture Foundation, in partnership with DELPIRE & CO, are pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards. From the thirty-five shortlisted, a final jury in Paris comprising of Damarice Amao (Centre Pompidou), Lucy Conticello (M le magazine du Monde), Laurel Parker (Laurel Parker Book), Nicolas Poillot (creative director and image consultant), and Stéphanie Solinas (artist) selected this year’s winning titles.

An exhibition of the thirty-five books shortlisted for the 2020 PhotoBook Awards, as well as installations drawn from Issue 018 of The PhotoBook Review guest edited by Dr. Deborah Willis is on view at the DELPIRE & CO bookshop until December 24, 2020.

Coinciding with this year’s winner announcement, a weekend of online conversations with artists and publishers from this year’s shortlist, as well as members of the jury, in discussions of their work and the critical role of photobooks, will take place on December 5 and 6, 2020. See here to register.

Winner of PhotoBook of the Year

Gloria Oyarzabal
Woman Go No’Gree
Editorial RM and Images Vevey, Barcelona and Vevey, Switzerland, 2020

In Woman Go No’Gree by Gloria Oyarzabal the artist explores colonialism and white feminism in West Africa through the use of found imagery, archives, and her own photography. “Both substance and form of the book are compelling. The artist advances an excellent dialogue around deconstructing the idea of the gaze and ‘the other,’” states final juror Damarice Amao. “The layout and the intelligent, inventive—even destabilizing—graphic design serve her purpose very well.” In this beautifully and thoughtfully crafted book, Oyarzabal challenges the viewer to engage with their own biases and assumptions.



Oyarzabal, Gloria
Woman go no´gree
RM Verlag

176 páginas
EAN: 9788417975289
Encuadernación: Tapa dura
Medidas: 190×275 mm
PVP: 45 €