The Prix Pictet harnessed the power of photography to draw global attention to issues of sustainability, especially those concerning the environment
This exhibition is now closed at V&A South Kensington
The Prix Pictet is recognised as the world's leading prize for photography. Now in its seventh cycle, the theme for this year's prize was 'Space'. Twelve photographers were shortlisted and their work was exhibited in the V&A's Porter Gallery.
Europe Migration Crisis Series, Sergey Ponomarev, 2015, Skala, Greece. © Prix Pictet Space.
’S#1’, Beate Guetschow, 2004. © Prix Pictet Space.
‘ma.r.s.08 II’, Thomas Ruff. © Prix Pictet Space.
‘Trapped 04’, Series: Subdivided Flats , Benny Lam, 2012, Hong Kong, China. © Prix Pictet Space.
‘LAND OF UNDEFINED TERRITORY’,Wasif Munem, 2014, Bangladesh.
‘tokyo compression 75’, Series: Tokyo Compression, Michael Wolf, 2009, Tokyo, Japan. © Prix Pictet Space.
‘Ukrainian civilians stand behind a barricade as they watch at Riot police lines near the Maidan square in Kiev 2014’, Series: Barricades, Pavel Wolberg, 2014, Kiev, Ukraine. © Prix Pictet Space.
Ophelia medustica (Pram wheel), Series: ‘Beyond Drifting: Imperfectly Known Animals’, 2015, Cove of Cork, Ireland. © Prix Pictet Space.
‘Diorama Map Amsterdam’, Sohei Nishino, 2014, Amsterdam, Netherlands. © Prix Pictet Space.
Untitled from the series of Ametsuchi, Rinko Kawauchi, 2012, Aso, Kumamoto, Japan. © Prix Pictet Space.
‘Idomeni’, Series: Heat Maps, Richard Mosse, 2016, Idomeni, Greece. © Prix Pictet Space.
‘Overgrown suit jacket and filing cabinet’, Series: Büropflanze, Saskia Groneberg, 2012, Stuttgart, Germany. © Prix Pictet Space.