/ 2016 / Portraiture / Family

Copacabana Palace

  • Prize
    Silver in Portraiture/Family
  • Photographer
    Peter Bauza

Generally hidden from view, the "Sem Teto" represents the dark
side of Brazil’s multibillion dollar spending spree on global events.
There are thought to be millions homeless people. This is part of a
long term project. Edilane and 3 of her 8 kids are resting on a
mattress on the floor.

Peter Bauza is a German photographer who works in the documentary and storytelling world. He is very committed to social and geopolitical issues especially in the areas of conservation, global health, diminishing cultures, sustainability and the environment. He has resided in South America and Europe for more than 20 years and also frequently travels to Africa.

Peter’s work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and cultural spaces in Berlin, Lille, Perpignan (Visa pour LImage), Paris, Siena, Daejeon (Korea), Milan, Quito, Moscow, Salta, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, and at the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in Long Beach, California.

He has been published in Aftenposten, The Guardian, The Washington Post, New York Magazine, GEO, LA NACION, Leica M Magazine, LFI, Marie Claire, Volkskrant, Stern, NZZ, doc! Magazine, Vrij, Days Japan, NYT Lens, Courrier international, Vanity Fair, VSD, Alma Magazine, Clarin, El Federal, Die Zeit, DOUBLETruck Magazine, DF, among others.

Awards WorldPressPhoto 2017, Visa Pour L'Image 2016 (Visa D'or), American Photography AP31+32, LAF 5, POYLat 2017, Prix De La Photographie Paris, Days Japan Photojournalism Award 2016, Mifa, Hansel-Mieth, among others.