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Fellow. Women Photograph + Getty Images Grant 2019
koral carballo
Jul 9, 2019

The 2019 Women Photograph Grantees

Women Photograph is thrilled to announce the recipients of the 2019 grants: the Women Photograph + Nikon grants of $5,000 have been awarded to Iman Al-Dabbagh, Shaima Al Tamimi, Sophia Nahli Allison, Marie Hald, and Annie Tritt. The Women Photograph + Getty Images grant of $10,000 has been awarded to Koral Carballo. We received nearly 1,300 applications from women and non-binary photographers around the world — thank you to everyone who sent in proposals! Congratulations to the photographers selected — you can read more about their projects and connect with their work below.

Thank you to this year's grant sponsors, Nikon and Getty Images, and to our judges, Olivia Adechi, Marcia Allert, Nariman El-Mofty, Nicole Frugé, Karla Gachet, Nick Kirkpatrick, Zun Lee, Marie Monteleone, Jennifer Samuel, and Daniella Zalcman.

Grantees 2020 — Women Photograph
Announcing Women Photograph's 2020 grantees!

Grantees 2019 — Women Photograph
Announcing Women Photograph's 2019 grantees!

Grantees 2019 — Women Photograph
Announcing Women Photograph's 2019 grantees!

Koral Carballo

Koral Carballo ( b. Poza Rica, Veracruz, Mexico in 1987) She tells stories related to identity, violence and territory; dissolving frontiers between photojournalism and visual arts. She began her career as a photojournalist in 2009 and in 2016 she decided to leave the local media to investigate her own long-term projects. She is currently working as a photojournalist, documentary photographer, visual storyteller and freelance artist.
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