The CAP Prize is the international Prize for Contemporary African Photography awarded annually since 2012 to five photographers who's works were created on the African continent or which engages with the Africa diaspora.

CAP Prize 2018 | Winners Announcement

CAP Prize 2018 | Winners Announcement

The five winners of the CAP Prize for Contemporary African Photography 2018 will be announced on Wednesday 13 June 5 pm at PhotoBasel international art fair. The event is open to the public.

The 25 shortlisted artists for the 7th CAP Prize for Contemporary African Photography are:

Jenevieve Aken, Nigeria
Yassine Alaoui Ismaili, Morocco
Paul Botes, South Africa
Anna Boyiazis, USA
David Chancellor, South Africa
Baptiste de Ville d'Avray, Portugal
Ulla Deventer, Germany
Adji Dieye, Switzerland
Ralph Eluehike, Nigeria
Patricia Esteve, Kenya
Nneka Iwunna Ezemezue, Nigeria
Jonas Feige and Yana Wernicke, Germany
Tommaso Fiscaletti and Nic Grobler, South Africa
Jason Florio, Malta
Akpo Ishola, Benin
Delio Jasse, Italy
Phumzile Khanyile, South Africa
Bas Losekoot, The Netherlands
Esther Mbabazi, Uganda
Venetia Menzies, Scotland
Amilton Neves Cuna, Mozambique
Gilles Nicolet, Tanzania
Nura Qureshi, Kenya
Michele Sibiloni, Uganda
Eve Tagny, Canada

You can find the complete artists list with images here. The call for the CAP Prize 2019 will open on 7 November 2018. The shortlisted artist were chosen by an international panel of 23 judges.

CAP Prize 2018 | Winners

CAP Prize 2018 | Winners

CAP Prize 2018 | Short List

CAP Prize 2018 | Short List

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