Copyright: © Camilo Diaz, Colombia, 1st Place, Open, Motion, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards
The Sony Wold Photography Awards is celebrating 10 years of the awards exhibition and this year’s edition will include a special exhibition of rarely seen work by British photographer Martin Parr, recipient of the awards’ Outstanding Contribution to Photography prize.
Copyright: © Sergey Dibtsev, Russian Federation, 1st Place, Open, Still Life (open), 2017 Sony World Photography Awards
Ten extraordinary photographs from across the globe were revealed at the end of March 2017 as the winners of the Open categories of the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards, the world’s largest photography competition.
Copyright: © Constantinos Sofikitis, Greece, 1st Place, Open, Street Photography, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards
The winners were selected from more than 105,000 entries to the Awards’ Open competition, with the expert panel of judges looking for the best single photographs across ten categories.
Copyright: © Tim Cornbill, United Kingdom, 1st Place, Open, Architecture, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards
The ten Open category winners are:
Architecture – Tim Cornbill (UK)
Culture – Jianguo Gong (China)
Enhanced – Lise Johansson (Denmark)
Motion – Camilo Diaz (Colombia)
Nature – Hiroshi Tanita (Japan)
Portraits – Alexander Vinogradov (Russia)
Still Life – Sergey Dibtsev (Russia)
Street Photography – Constantinos Sofikitis (Greece)
Travel – Ralph Gräf (Germany)
Wildlife – Alessandra Meniconzi (Switzerland)
Copyright: © Hiroshi Tanita, Japan, 1st Place, Open, Nature, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards
The exhibition will include all the winning, shortlisted (top 10) and commended (top 50) photographs drawn from more than 227,000 entries from 183 countries to the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards.
Copyright: © Ralph Gräf, Germany, 1st Place, Open, Travel, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards
The exhibition will also pay tribute to Martin Parr with three rooms dedicated to his life and work including a hand-picked selection of rarely seen black and white images from his early career, alongside some of the artist’s most talked about work, books and films and original exhibition posters.
The exhibition provides an opportunity for visitors sample some of the latest photographic trends from around the world and see some of the most talented and creative photographers work in one place.
For more information about the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards and to book tickets for the exhibition, visit the Event website here
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