First Prize Winner

Esa Ylijaasko
November is a Beginning

Second Prize Winner

Harit Srikhao

Third Prize Winner

Arko Datto
Will my mannequin be home when I return

Honorable Mentions

Luigi Cecconi
Fuori era Estate

Gael Bonnefon
No More Dreams

Gomma Grant Categories Winners

Best Color Documentary work

Antonio Faccilongo

Best Black & White Documentary work

This Land is My Land
Jean-Marc Caimi and Valentina Piccinni

Best Daily Life Story

Zackary Canepari
Flint is a place

Best Color Picture

Irina Popova
Go Far Away and Hide It Under the Ground

Best Black & White Picture

Panos Kefalos

Gomma Grant Leading-Edge prize:

Marcus DeSieno
Surveillance Landscapes

Gomma Grant Best Rising Talent

Julie Glassberg
Bike Kill


The shortlisted photographers for the 2016 Gomma Grant are:

Alvaro Deprit, Antone Dolezal, Antonio Faccilongo, Arko Datto, Baptiste Giroudon, Carla Kogelman, CJ Clarke, Damien Daufresne, David Favrod, David Molina, Demetris Koilalous, Elena Anosova, Esa Ylijaasko, Gael Bonnefon, Geert Broertjes, Gianluca Abblasio, Harit Srikhao, Irina Popova, Irina Zadorozhnaia, Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni, Jessica Eve Rattner, John Feely, Julie Glassberg, Kaja Rata, Laura Thompson, Leafhopper Project David Simon Martret & Blanca Galindo, Lily Zoumpouli, Lua Ribeira, Luigi Cecconi, Marcus DeSieno, Marilisa Cosello, Marina Black, Matthew Arnold, Mikael Hellstrom, Michal Siarek, Nicola Zolin, Paul Thulin, Panos Kefalos, Piotr Zbierski, Qian zhao, Sarah Pabst, Yurian Quintanas Nobel and Zackary Canepari.

We would like to thank every photographer that has submitted
and we wish the very best in the continuation of their practice.

REGISTER FOR GOMMA DESPATCHES. The new Gomma periodical newsletters.

Stay up to date with Gomma and its projects, and with what is going on in the photography world.