AWARDS - 5th Annual 2007
Lincoln Center, New York City, October 15, 2007 - Photos
by Carrie Villines
HOST: LILI TAYLOR
ANNUAL LUCIE AWARDS HONOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
AWARDS CEREMONY, PRESS LUNCH BRING
HONOREES, MEDIA, INDUSTRY PRESENTERS AND HOST LILI TAYLOR
New York, NY, (October 15) — New York City again hosted
the 5th Annual Lucie Awards in a gala
black-tie ceremony and awards program
held for the first time at the prestigious Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center.
The Lucies – the world’s most esteemed photography awards ceremony
honoring the greatest achievements in the field – presented awards in categories
ranging from Lifetime Achievement to Visionary to Achievements in support categories
from fashion to advertising to fine art. As 2003 honoree Douglas Kirkland put
“The movie industry has its Oscars and the photography community has its
“Each successive year, we are thrilled
to witness the roster of honorees build on the history made the
of the Lucies,” said IPA/Lucies founder Hossein Farmani. “We are privileged
again to have a stellar group of enormously talented honorees, paired with equally
fascinating presenters. These men and women are truly the best in their respective
fields.” This year, 1600 people attended from 25 countries around the globe.
THE LUCIE AWARDS 2007 HONOREES
Achievement, Elliott Erwitt
Achievement in Fine Art, Ralph Gibson
in Photojournalism, Philip Jones Griffiths
Visionary Award, Kenro Izu
in Sports, Heinz Kluetmeier
Achievement in Documentary Eugene Richards,
in Portraiture, Lord Snowdon
Achievement in Fashion, Deborah Turbeville
Achievement in Advertising, Howard Zieff
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