Photographer Analia Saban Wins Inaugural Rudin Prize

Analia Saban. (Courtesy Brand New Galllery)

Analia Saban. (Courtesy Brand New Galllery)

The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Fla., announced late yesterday that the Los Angeles-based photographer Analia Saban has won the inaugural Rudin Prize for emerging photography. The prize comes with $20,000, and was founded this year by Beth Rudin DeWoody, in honor of her father.

From the release:

Saban was nominated by John Baldessari and selected from among four other finalists, who included: Eunice Adorno (based in Mexico City), nominated by Susan Meiselas; Mauro D’Agati (based in Palermo), nominated by Michael Rovner; Gabriela Nin Solis, (based in Mexico City), nominated by Graciela Iturbide; and Bjørn Venø, (based in London), nominated by Yinka Shonibare.