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The annual Deutsche Borse Photography Prize awards a pot full of money to the photographer who has made the most significant contribution to the medium of photography over the previous year.
This year's shortlist of four artists consists of:
French photographer Mathieu Asselin, who has been nominated for Monsanto -- a meticulous investigation into the biotechnology company Monsanto, depicting the devastating human, ecological and economical impact that their policies have visited on Vietnam.
Polish photographer Rafal Milach, who has been nominated for Refusal -- an exploration of governmental control and mechanisms of propaganda in post-Soviet countries such as Belarus, Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Poland.
Swiss photographer Batia Suter, who has been nominated for Parallel Encyclopedia #2.
New Zealand photographer Luke Willis Thompson, who has been nominated for Autoportrait -- a 35mm silent film about Diamond Reynolds, who used Facebook to broadcast the moments immediately after the fatal shooting of her partner by a police officer in Minnesota.
Roman Vishniac Rediscovered – 26 Oct 2018 to 24 Feb 2019 – Roman Vishniac is best known for documenting the daily life of harrassed Jews living in Germany between the wars.
All I Know Is What’s On The Internet – 26 Oct 2018 to 24 Feb 2019 – This exhibition examines the role that photography once had, and how it has changed in this age of internet images
Drop-in Drawing at the National Portrait Gallery – Every Fri – Enjoy a free drop-in drawing session at the National Portrait Gallery, amongst some of the gallery's great works of art.
William De Morgan’s Sublime Symmetry – 11 May to 28 Oct 2018 – Sublime Symmetry is an exploration of William De Morgan's clever use of mathematics in his ceramic designs
Sir Richard Wallace — The Collector – 20 Jun 2018 to 6 Jan 2019 – The Wallace Collection's new exhibition will highlight the contributions made by the museum's founder, Sir Richard Wallace.
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