Prix Robert Capa Gold Medal

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Le Prix Robert Capa Gold Medal (Médaille d'or Robert Capa) est remis depuis 1955 par l'Oversea Press Club of America (OPC) pour "le meilleur grand reportage photographique publié ayant requis un courage et une logistique exceptionnels" ("Best published photographic reporting from abroad requiring exceptional courage and enterprise").
Prix Robert Capa Gold Medal

Le Prix Robert Capa Gold Medal (Médaille d'or Robert Capa) est remis depuis 1955 par l'Oversea Press Club of America (OPC) pour "le meilleur grand reportage photographique publié ayant requis un courage et une logistique exceptionnels" ("Best published photographic reporting from abroad requiring exceptional courage and enterprise").

Lauréats

-2006:
-2005: Chris Hondros, Getty Images, "One Night In Tal Afar"
-2004: Ashley Gilbertson (Aurora), The New York Times, "The Battle for Fallujah"
-2003: Carolyn Cole, The Los Angeles Times, "Covering Conflict: Iraq and Liberia"
-2002: Carolyn Cole, The Los Angeles Times, "Church of the Nativity: In the Center of the Siege"
-2001: Luc Delahaye (Magnum), Newsweek, "Afghanistan"
-2000: Chris Anderson (Aurora), The New York Times Magazine, "Desperate Passage"
-1999: John Stanmeyer (SABA), Time, "The Killing of Bernardino Guterres in Dili, East Timor"
-1998: James Nachtwey (Magnum), Time, "Indonesia: Descent into Madness"
-1997: Horst Faas/Tim Page, Random House, "Requiem: By the Photographers Who Died in Vietnam and Indochina"
-1996: Corrine Dufka (Reuters), "Liberia: From a Dead Man’s Wallet"
-1995: Anthony Suau, Time, "Grozny: Russia’s Nightmare"
-1994: James Nachtwey (Magnum), Time Magazine, "Election Violence for South Africa"
-1993: Paul Watson, The Toronto Star, "Mogadishu"
-1992: Luc Delahaye (Sipa Press), "Sarajevo: Life in the War Zone"
-1991: Christopher Morris (Black Star), Time.
-1990: Bruce Haley (Black Star), U.S. News & World Report
-1989: David Turnley (Black Star & The Detroit Free Press) "Revolutions in China and Romania"
-1988: Chris Steele-Perkins (Magnum), Time, "Graveside Terror"
-1987: Janet Knott, The Boston Globe, "Democracy: What Price?"
-1986: James Nachtwey, Time/GEO (édition allemande), "Island at War"
-1985: Peter Magubane, Time, "Cry for Justice: Cry for Peace"
-1984: James Nachtwey (Black Star), Time, "Photos of El Salvador"
-1983: James Nachtwey, Time, "Lebanon"
-1982: Harry Mattison, Time.
-1981: Rudi Frey, Time.
-1980: Steve McCurry, Time.
-1979: Kaveh Golestan, Time.
-1978: Susan Meiselas, Time.
-1977: Eddie Adams (The Associated Press), "The Boat of No Smiles"
-1976: Catherine Leroy (Gamma), Time, Couverture de combats de rue à Beyrouth.
-1975: Dirck Halstead, Time, Couverture du Vietnam.
-1974: W. Eugene Smith, Camera 35.
-1973: David Burnett/Raymond Depardon/Charles Gerretsen (Gamma Presse Images), "Chili"
-1972: Clive W. Limpkin, Penguin Books, "Battle of Bogside"
-1971: Larry Burrows, Life.
-1970: Kyoichi Sawada (United Press International)
-1969: Photographe Tchèque anonyme, Look, "A Death to Remember"
-1968: John Olson, Life, "The Battle That Regained and Ruined Hue"
-1967: David Douglas Duncan, Life & ABC.
-1966: Henri Huet (The Associated Press)
-1965: Larry Burrows, Life.
-1964: Horst Faas (The Associated Press), Couverture du Vietnam.
-1963: Larry Burrows, Life, Photographies couleur de la guerre du Vietnam.
-1962: Peter Dehmel & Klaus Dehmel, NBC, "The Tunnel"
-1960: Yung Su Kwon, NBC, Couverture d'émeutes au Japon lors de la visite de James Hagerty.
-1959: Mario Biasetti, CBS.
-1958: Paul Bruck, CBS, Couverture du Liban.
-1956: John Sadovy, Life.
-1955: Howard Sochurek (Magnum), Life.

Liens exernes

- de l'OPC. Catégorie:Fondation, prix ou institution photographique
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