‘Bhopal, Toxic Trespass’ Awarded Bronze Medal at PX3 Prix De La Photographie, Paris

BHOPAL, INDIA: Sameer, 16 years old, held by his mother Wahida at home in the Jamalpura neighborhood.

BHOPAL, INDIA: Sameer, 16 years old, held by his mother Wahida at home in the Jamalpura neighbourhood.

The Prix de la Photographie, Paris, or Px3, founded in 2007, is considered one of the most prestigious photography awards in Europe. We are delighted to announce that Giles Clarke’s ‘Bhopal, Toxic Trespass’ series has been awarded a Bronze Medal in the Professional Press, Nature/Environmental category.

Our congratulations go to Giles, for yet another award, whilst our thanks are extended for everything his excellent work has achieved, opening new eyes to the story of the Bhopal Disaster.

PX3 Bronze Medal: CLICK

 

Photo (c) Giles Clarke, Getty Images Reportage/ Bhopal Medical Appeal

 

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