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Uma exposição fotográfica extraordinária - Steve McCurry ICONS em Lisboa: Exposição Fotográfica

Uma exposição fotográfica extraordinária

Com mais de 100 fotografias de grande formato, ICONS é uma das retrospetivas mais completas da carreira de Steve McCurry, uma das principais figuras internacionais do mundo da fotografia nos últimos 30 anos.

Admira a impressionante coleção

Mergulha no mundo do reconhecido e audaz fotógrafo. O seu trabalho abrange conflitos, culturas, tradições antigas e a cultura contemporânea, mantendo sempre o elemento humano que fez da sua famosa fotografia, a Rapariga Afegã, uma imagem tão poderosa.
Admira a impressionante coleção - Steve McCurry ICONS em Lisboa: Exposição Fotográfica

Fotógrafo premiado

Fica a saber mais sobre a inspiração, a vida e o trabalho de Steve McCurry, que foi reconhecido com alguns dos prémios mais prestigiados do setor, incluindo a Medalha de Ouro Robert Capa ou o National Press Photographers Award.
Fotógrafo premiado - Steve McCurry ICONS em Lisboa: Exposição Fotográfica

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  1. Data: A partir de 23 de setembro
  2. Horário: Das 10:00 às 20:00
  3. Duração: Aproximadamente 1 hora
  4. Localização: Cordoaria Nacional, Lisboa
  5. Idade: Apto para todas as idades. Entrada gratuita até aos 3 anos
  6. Acessibilidade: local acessível a pessoas com mobilidade reduzida e em cadeira de rodas
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PRÉMIOS

  • 2020

    Cherry Kearton Medal, Royal Geographical Society (con IBG), London, England
  • 2018

    • Colombe d’oro per la Pace Award, Istituto Di Ricerche Internazionali Archivio Disarmo, Bologna, Italy
    • Liberatum Cultural Honour award, Liberatum, New Delhi, India
  • 2016

    • Epica Bronze Award for Valentino SS16 Campaign
    • Lucie Award for Book Publisher of the Year, 21st Editions, Humanity, New York, NY
    • Clio Award for Valentino SS16 (4), Rome, Italy
  • 2016

    • International Award of Photography, Centro Di Ricerca E Archiviazione Della Fotografia, Spilimbergo, Pordenone, Italy
    • Honorary Doctorate and Honorary Professorship, Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, India
  • 2014

    Hamdan International Photography Award, Dubai, UAE
  • 2013

    Appointed Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters, France
  • 2012

    • Recipient of Humanity in the Arts Peace Award; International Committee of Artists for Peace
    • Pictures of the Year International Book Award for The Iconic Photographs 2011 Leica Hall of Fame Award, St. Moritz, Switzerland
  • 2011

    Prix LiberPress, Girona, Spain
  • 2009

    Abrogino D’Oro, Milan, Italy
  • 2006

    • Lowell Thomas GOLD
    • National Press Photographers Association 1st Place, Buddha Rising, National Geographic
    • Honorary Fellowship, New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography (NZIPP)
  • 2005

    • Honorary Fellowship, The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, London
    • Photographic Society of America Photojournalism Division-International Understanding
  • 2003

    • International Photography Awards, CA, the Lucie Award for Photojournalism
    • Distinguished Alumni Award, Pennsylvania State University, PA
    • Co-recipient of the NY Film Festival Gold for documentary, “Afghan Girl: Found
  • 2002

    • Distinguished Visiting Fellow, College of Creative Studies, University of California
    • Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa, Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJ
    • Photographer of the Year, PMDA Professional Photographer Award
  • 2002

    • Photographer of the Year, American Photo Magazine
    • United Nations International Photographic Council: Special Recognition Award
    • French Art Directors Association, Award of Excellence for “Women of Afghanistan”
  • 2001

    Photography Annual, Communication Arts Award of Excellence, Book Series, South SouthEast
  • 2000

    • Picture of the Year Competition
    • Book of the Year, South SouthEast
    • Magazine Feature Picture Award of Excellence: ‘Women in Field, Yemen’
  • 1999

    Pennsylvania State University, PA, Lifetime Fellow Award
  • 1998

    • Life Magazine: ‘The Eisenstaedt Awards’ – Our World Photo Winner, ‘Red Boy’
    • Life Magazine: ‘The Eisenstaedt Awards’ – Our World Essay Finalist, ‘India’
    • Picture of the Year Competition, Award of Excellence, Portraits: ‘Red Boy’
  • 1998

    • SAJA, Southern Asian Journalistic Award, Outstanding Special Project
    • National Geographic Story, India: 50 Years of Independence
    • SAJA, Southern Asian Journalistic Award, Outstanding Photograph: ‘Red Boy’
  • 1997

    • Picture of the Year Competition
    • Magazine Feature Picture Award of Excellence: ‘Fishermen’
  • 1996

    • Picture of the Year Competition
    • Magazine Feature Picture Story Award: ‘Beggar’
    • Magazine Feature Picture Story Award: ‘Burma: The Richest of the Poor Countries’
  • 1994

    Pennsylvania State University, Arts and Architecture Distinguished Alumni Award
  • 1993

    National Press Photographers Association, Award of Excellence for ‘Rubble of War’
  • 1992

    • Oliver Rebbot Memorial Award, Overseas Press Club
    • Best Photographic Reporting from Abroad on Gulf War Coverage
    • Picture of the Year Competition
    • Magazine Feature Picture Award of Excellence: ‘Fiery Aliens’
  • 1992

    • First Place, Magazine Science Award: ‘Camels under a Blackened Sky’ First Place, Gulf War News Story: ‘Kuwait: After the Storm’
    • World Press Photo Competition
  • 1992

    • First Place, Nature and Environment: ‘Oil-Stricken Bird’
    • Kuwait First Place, General News Stories: ‘Kuwait after the Storm’ Children’s Award: ‘Camels under a Blackened Sky’
  • 1990

    Award of Excellence, White House News Photographers Association, ‘Spanish Gypsy’
  • 1987

    Medal of Honor, Philippines, for coverage of the 1986 Philippine Revolution
  • 1986

    • Oliver Rebbot Memorial Award, Overseas Press Club
    • Best Photographic Reporting from Abroad for work done in the Philippines
  • 1985

    Oliver Rebbot Award Citation: ‘Monsoons’ and ‘The New Faces of Baghdad’
  • 1984

    • World Press Competition, Four First Prize First place, Nature and Nature First place, Daily Life and Daily Life Series
    • National Press Photographers Association: Magazine Photographer of the Year
  • 1980

    Robert Capa Gold Medal Award, for coverage of the war in Afghanistan for Time Magazine