2004
Honorees

2003
Honorees


The 2005 Honorees confirmed for this year's
Lucie Awards are:


Lifetime Achievement
William Klein


Outstanding Achievement in Portrait Photography
Harry Benson


Outstanding Achievement in Documentary Photography
Larry Clark


Outstanding Achievement in Fine Art Photography
Lucien Clergue


Outstanding Achievement in Advertising Photography
Hiro


Outstanding Achievement in Photojournalism
Antonin Kratochvil


Outstanding Achievement in Fashion Photography
Peter Lindbergh


Outstanding Achievement in Sports Photography
Ozzie Sweet


Humanitarian Award
Zana Briski (Born Into Brothels)

Special Tributes


Eddie Adams



Richard Avedon


Jocelyne Benzakin


Robert Sobieszek


International Photographer of the Year Award
Presented by

AtEdge

The Winner is Jim Fiscus

The Finalists:


John Huet
Professional Photographer of the Year in the Advertising Category



Timothy Griffith
Professional Photographer of the Year in the Architecture Category



Loretta Lux
Professional Photographer of the Year in the Book Category



Jim Fiscus

Professional Photographer of the Year in the Editorial Category


Joyce Tenneson
Professional Photographer of the Year in the Fine Art Category



Jack Spencer
Professional Photographer of the Year in the Nature Category


Achim Lippoth

Professional Photographer of the Year in the People Category


Jim Fiscus
Professional Photographer of the Year in the Special Category


New Discovery of the Year Award
Presented by

Microtek

The winner is Carol Watson


The Finalists:


Shane Deegan
Non-Professional Photographer of the Year in the Advertising
Category


Carol Watson
Non-Professional Photographer of the Year in the Architecture Category


Hans Hansen
Non-Professional Photographer of the Year in the Editorial Category



Jeffrey Krolick
Non-Professional Photographer of the Year in the Fine Art Category



David Burdeny
Non-Professional Photographer of the Year in the Nature Category



Anastasia Cazabon
Non-Professional Photographer of the Year in the People Category



Bob Garas
Non-Professional Photographer of the Year in the Special Category

SUPPORT CATEGORIES
IPA
also awards Lucies to those in the creative community who are an integral part of crafting an image. The Lucie Photographer Advisory Board nominated the following:

Picture Editor of the Year

The winner is Susan White - Vanity Fair


Gail Fisher - Los Angeles Times


Nancy Iacoi - Esquire Magazine


Kathy Jones - Newsweek.com


Claudia Perin - WallPaper


Kathy Ryan - The New York Times


Michele Stephenson - Time Magazine
Susan White - Vanity Fair

Print Advertising Campaign of the Year

The winner is
Goodby Silverstein and Partners
Hewlett Packard - You


Dove - Campaign for Real Beauty
Ogilvy and Mather, Chicago

Hewlett Packard - You
Goodby Silverstein and Partners, SF

Pedigree - For the Love of Dogs
TBWA/Chiat Day, Los Angeles

Scion - What Moves You
ATTIK, SF

Target
KirshenBaum Bond Partners, NY

Fashion Layout of the Year

The winner is Scarlett Fever
Angeleno


Scarlett Fever (Feb 2005)
Angeleno
- USA

The Pursuit of Love (Jan/Feb 2005)
Bride Magazine
-
USA

Wild Ones (Oct 2004)
Clear Magazine
USA

Hair Beauty (June 2005)
Elle
-
France

Soft Touch (Jan 2005)
Glamour
- Italy

Rachel Bilson (Dec/Jan 2005)
Movieline Magazine
- USA

Photography Curator of the Year

The winner is Gregory Colbert
Ashes and Snow
- Gregory Colbert


Gordon Baldwin (Getty)
Malcolm Daniel (Met)
Dr. Sarah Greenough (NGA)
All the Mighty World: The Photographs of Roger Fenton, 1852-1860

Bonni Benrubi
Screen Lives
- Matthew Pillsbury
Bonni Benrubi Gallery, New York

Gregory Colbert
Ashes and Snow
- Gregory Colbert
Pier 54, New York

Peter Galassi
Lee Friedlander Retrospective

MOMA, New York

Wim van Sinderen
Desiree Dolron

Hague Museum of Photography, Holland

Brian Wallis
Larry Clark Retrospective

ICP, New York

Photography Book Publisher of the Year

The winner is
21st Publishers
of Fine Art Books
Sally Mann


21st Publishers of Fine Art Books
Sally Mann

Aperture Books
Loretta Lux

Nazraeli Press
Dogs Chasing My Car
(John Divola)

Nazraeli Press
Everything
(Anthony Hernandez)

Powerhouse Books
In-Tents
(Patrick McMullan)

Photography Magazine of the Year

The winner is Photo District News


American Photo
-
USA


Black and White -
USA


Genis Aci
Turkey


Photo
- France


Photo District News - USA


Photography Monthly - UK

 

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The 2005 Lucie Award Honorees and Nominees were announced at the following events:

Sept. 1st at VISA POUR L'IMAGES in Perpignan, France
Fresh from the official announcement of the 2005 Lucie Awards Recipients at the Recontres d'Arles Festival in Arles, France, the Lucie Awards hit the road again heading to Perpignan, France for the annual Visa Pour L'Image Festival. Hossein Farmani, Founder/Chairman of the Lucie Awards and President of the International Photography Awards, hosted a party to raise international awareness about the Lucies. Antonin Kratochvil, the 2005 recipient of the Outstanding Achievement in Photojournalism, and Lucien Clergue the recipient of Outstanding Achievement in Fine Art Photography, were present at the party that took place on September 1, 2005 at the Hotel Villa DuFlot. Editors from Paris Match, The International Times Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Zuma Press, Time Magazine, The New York Times, Newsweek and many other international magazines, were all present.

July 21st Photo San Francisco, San Francisco
The Lucie Awards officially announced the recipients of the 2005 Lucie Awards at Photo San Francisco.

July 8th at PhotoArts Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Lucie Awards sponsored the opening night party at the Santa Fe Workshops.

July 7th FarmaniGallery, Los Angeles
The 2005 IPA Best of Show opening night party in Los Angeles officially announced the recipients of the 2005 Lucie Awards.

July 6th at Recontres d' Arles, France
The Lucie Awards party in Arles, France (July 6, 2005) officially announced the recipients of the 2005 Lucie Awards and was extremely well received by the French media, making headline news in Le Provence newspaper, the second largest newspaper in France. Lucien Clergue, the 2005 recipient of the Outstanding Achievement in Fine Art, was on hand to accept the nomination with honor and excitement.