Los Angeles, CA—The 17th Annual Lucie Awards announced the 2019 Support Category nominees. Moreover, from this group, seven individuals or organizations in the creative community will be recognized.
In addition, the winners will be revealed on October 22, at Zankel Hall in Carnegie Hall in New York City during the Lucie Awards gala. The nominees were selected because they were essential to the process of crafting exceptional images.
Lucie Awards 2019 Support Category Nominees
The nominees for each of the Lucie Awards Support Categories follow.
BOOK PUBLISHER OF THE YEAR
(Awarded to Publisher)
MACK: Alec Soth, I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating
21st Editions: Timothy Duffy, Deep Roots
Aperture: Kwame Brathwaite, Black is Beautiful
Aperture: Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, Brooklyn: The City Within
Penguin Press: Lynsey Addario, Of Love and War
CURATOR/EXHIBITION OF THE YEAR: Sponsored by Ilford
(Awarded to Curator)
Vikki Tobak: Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop at The Annenberg Space for Photography
Bennett Simpson: Zoe Leonard: Survey at MOCA
Drew Sawyer: Garry Winogrand: Color at The Brooklyn Museum
Sarah Greenough and Sarah Kennel: Sally Mann, A Thousand Crossings at Jeu de Paume, co-organized by the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. and the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts
FASHION LAYOUT OF THE YEAR: Sponsored by Splashlight
(Awarded to Magazine Publications)
Vogue Korea: One Night in Bangkok by Jongha Park
M, Magazine du Monde: Le Nouveau Code Amoreaux by Petra Collins
Harper’s Bazaar: Deep Freeze by Txema Yeste
PHOTOGRAPHY MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR: Sponsored by Nightview Studios
(Awarded to Publisher)
Aperture Magazine, USA
FOAM Magazine, Amsterdam
Burn Magazine, USA
PICTURE EDITOR OF THE YEAR:
(Awarded to Picture Editor)
Kurt Mutchler—National Geographic: The Story of a Face
Jacqueline Bates—California Sunday: Gone Decades of greed, neglect, corruption, and bad politics led to last year’s Paradise fire, the worst in California history. It should never have happened. It will happen again.
Kathy Ryan, Jessica Dimson, Stacey Baker, Amy Kellner, Rory Walsh, Christine Walsh, Pia Peterson—The New York Times Magazine: Love City: 24 Hours of Romance, Lust, and Heartache
Paul Moakley—Time: A Visual History of ISIS
Jody Quon—New York Magazine: How to Be an Artist: Or Just Live Life More Creatively
ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR:
(Awarded to Art Director)
Chris Simmonds: CNY Capsule Collection. Client: Gucci
Stephen Niedzwiecki and Jarrell Fudicker: We Are Indivisible. Client: John Varvatos
Lee Owens: We Play DXB. Client: Nike
Giovanni Bianco and Kevin Tekinel: Spring/Summer 2019. Client: Marni
SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR – NEW CATEGORY: Sponsored by Splashlight
(Awarded to Photographer)
Ashley Armitage: Billie, The New Body Brand
Jack Davison: Birkenstock, Personality Campaign
Elias Weiss Friedman: The Body Shop, Forever Against Animal Testing
In addition, the Lucie Foundation will recognize this year’s honorees and winners from the 2019 International Photography Awards (IPA) juried competition; the Foundation’s sister effort. Awards presented also will include previously announced Lucie honorees, IPA prizes, Support Category Awards, and a special tribute to those in the industry who have passed on.
The 2019 honorees, who will join the distinguished group of 150 previously recognized photographers are: Jay Maisel for Lifetime Achievement; Stephen Shore for Achievement in Fine Art; Annie Leibovitz for Achievement in Portraiture; Maggie Steber for Achievement in Photojournalism; Edward Burtynsky for Achievement in Documentary; Ellen Von Unwerth for Achievement in Fashion; Zanele Muholi for the Humanitarian Award; Al Bello for Achievement in Sports; and Rencontres d’Arles will receive the Spotlight Award. Moreover, Tyler Hicks will receive the 2nd Annual Impact Award.
Tickets for the Lucie Awards are on sale at lucies.org.