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Stefen Chow

馬來西亞,for Smithsonian magazine
人物肖像 單幅 第二名

中國藝術家與異議分子艾未未活躍於多種創作媒介,包括雕塑、裝置、建築、攝影與電影。他時常強烈批評中國政府的民主與人權紀錄,也透過調查政府的貪腐與掩飾行為表達不滿。2011年時,艾未未遭到中國當局扣留並控以逃稅的罪名。他入獄服刑,後來又被軟禁於家中,而且須得到政府許可才能離開北京。艾未未在2012年5月獲選為美國人權基金會首屆「哈維爾創意異議人士獎」的得獎者。

(譯註:該獎為紀念歐洲的民主人權鬥士瓦茨拉夫•哈維爾所設,他是捷克的作家與劇作家,曾領導歐洲的「天鵝絨革命」,後來成為捷克斯洛伐克結束共產制度後的第一位總統,已於2011年底逝世。)


Stefen Chow

Malaysia, for Smithsonian magazine
2 nd Prize Staged Portraits Singles

Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei is active across a number of media, including sculpture, installation, architecture, photography and film. He is highly vocal in his criticism of the Chinese government’s record on democracy and human rights, and in his investigations of corruption and cover-up. In 2011, Ai was detained by the authorities, accused of tax evasion. He spent time in jail and under house arrest, and he cannot travel without government permission. In May, Ai was a recipient of the inaugural Václav Havel Prize for Creative Dissent, awarded by the Human Rights Foundation.

Stephan Vanfleteren

比利時,Panos, for Mercy Ships/De Standaard
人物肖像 系列報導 第一名

醫療船「非洲恩典號」停泊在非洲國家幾內亞首都柯那克里時,攝影師為接受治療的人們拍下照片。

18歲的Boubacour Diallo說:「我生下來就是這樣,這是神的旨意。有時候別人會嘲笑我,但我並不為此所苦。我是一個誠實的穆斯林,面對死亡我無所畏懼。」
16歲的Barry Mamadou Djoulde說:「我夢想有一天能自己創業,賺錢養家。我出生時就有先天性撓偏手,手肘的發育也不完全。」
30歲的Makone Soumaoro說:「我的脖子不會疼痛,但它這麼腫讓我很擔心。我希望這不是腫瘤,因為我是一個家庭主婦,我的丈夫和孩子都需要我。」
29歲的Ansman Danshuku說:「多年前,他們從我的臉部切除了一個如網球般大小的腫瘤,如今我臉上出現了一個凹洞。我是一名教師,但我很難用這樣的容貌站在課堂上。」
61歲的Mohamed Diabatis說:「兩年前我失去了右眼,左眼視力也只剩一半。雖然我的個性正面積極,但如果我完全失明該怎麼工作呢?我必須為了生存奮鬥。」
52歲的Fofana Mamadou說:「我不感覺疼痛,但是這的確不令人賞心悅目。別人都笑我,我可以遮住自己的身體,但不能連臉都遮住。我的妻子離我而去,因為她無法和一個像我這樣的男人一起生活。」


Stephan Vanfleteren

Belgium, Panos, for Mercy Ships/De Standaard
1st Prize Staged Portraits Stories

People receiving treatment on Africa Mercy, a hospital ship docked at Conakry, Guinea.

Boubacour Diallo (18) . “I was born like this. It is God’s will. People sometimes laugh at me, but that doesn’t bother me. I am an honest Muslim. I don’t fear death.”
Barry Mamadou Djoulde (16). “I dream of starting my own business to support my family. I was born with radial club hands and underdeveloped elbows.”
Makone Soumaoro (30). “My neck doesn’t hurt, but I worry that it swells so much. I hope it is not a tumor, because I’m a housewife and my husband and children need me.”
Ansman Danshuku (29). “Years ago they cut away a tumor as big as a tennis ball from my face, and now there is a hole. I am a teacher. It is hard to stand in the classroom with a face like this.”
Mohamed Diabatis (61). “Two years ago I lost my right eye, and have only 50 percent vision in my left. I am a positive man, but how can I work if I go completely blind? I fight to survive.”
Fofana Mamadou (52). “It doesn’t hurt, but it’s not a beautiful sight. People laugh. I can cover my body, but not my face. My wife left me, because she could not live with a man like me.”