Street Photography Award February 2019


  • Color street photography by Manuel Armenis, woman in red jacket

    Winning Photographer Manuel Armenis

    Winning Photographer Manuel Armenis

    Title: 'Red Jacket' - From the series 'Lone stars'⁣ © Manuel Armenis
  • Second Prize Seungwook Lee

    Second Prize Seungwook Lee

    Title: 'The Paharganj Three-way intersection' - New Delhi, India⁣
    Paharganj, and particularly its primary thoroughfare Main Bazar, is a bustling backpacker enclave full of budget guest houses and tiny shops selling everything from hippie clothes to incense. There’s a mix of casual bakeries, no-nonsense eateries serving classic Indian dishes, and rooftop restaurants whose menus feature global fare like pasta and falafel. Nearby New Delhi station is a major railway hub.⁣ © Seungwook Lee
  • Third Prize Andrea Torrei

    Third Prize Andrea Torrei

    Title: 'Woman carrying a sewing machine' - Cape Coast, Ghana 2018⁣ © Andrea Torrei
  • Finalist Max Sturgeon

    Finalist Max Sturgeon

    Title: 'Man caring egg crates' - Dhaka, Bangladesh⁣ © Max Sturgeon
  • Finalist Marci Lindsay

    Finalist Marci Lindsay

    Title: 'Business Trip' - Amtrak Station⁣, Wilmington, Delaware US⁣ © Marci Lindsay
  • Finalist Joshua K. Jackson

    Finalist Joshua K. Jackson

    Title: 'Late Night Coffee' - London, United Kingdom⁣ © Joshua K. Jackson
  • Finalist Grant Moxley

    Finalist Grant Moxley

    Title: Color Match - Cincinnati, Ohio US⁣ © Grant Moxley
  • Finalist Fernando Leal

    Finalist Fernando Leal

    Title: 'The Omnipresence of Cellphones' - Széchenyi thermal bath, Budapest, Hungary⁣ © Fernando Leal
  • Finalist Sébastien Durand

    Finalist Sébastien Durand

    Title: 'Bowels of the city' - Paris, France⁣ © Sébastien Durand
  • Finalist Roland Groebe

    Finalist Roland Groebe

    Title: 'Syracuse' - Sicily, Italy⁣ © Roland Groebe

Finalists

Jury's Feedback

  • Everybody Street Cover by Cheryl Down
    © Everybody Street

    Judge: Cheryl Dunn

    Born in New Jersey, USA, Cheryl Dunn has dedicated her career to documenting city streets and the people who strive to leave their mark there, from graffiti writers and artists to skaters, boxers, bikers, protesters, and assorted characters.

    Widely recognised for her street photography and documentary filmmaking, her 2013 film Everybody Street documents the lives and works of New York’s iconic street photographers and the city that inspires them.

    Dunn’s work has been widely exhibited in galleries and museums including The Tate Modern in London and Deitch Projects in New York. She is the author of three books and continues to live in New York City.

Suresh Naganathan
© Suresh Naganathan
black and white street photo of man crossing street in New York City in snow storm by Juan Carlo Calingo
© Juan Carlo Calingo

Current Theme:
Street Photography Deadline: 30 September 2022

“It’s not the streets, it’s where the streets lead you that’s important.” – Bruce Davidson

This month we are celebrating street photography of all styles, and are on the hunt for your most compelling examples!⁠ – Candid depictions of quotidian life; prismatic hues amongst the grey of the city; subtle moments of joy, humor, or love: we want to see YOUR streets!⁠


1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400

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