Contemporary photography exhibition to open February in Budapest – Daily News Hungary
After receiving thousands of entries from all over the world, the esteemed jury of the Budapest International Foto Awards has chosen its winners and will be celebrating talented photographers by hosting a month-long winners’ exhibition in the heart of Budapest, Hungary.
Works range from incredible portraits and fine art photography to architectural marvels, as well as stunning nature and macro images from professional and amateur photographers. Through their lens, viewers will be able to see a completely different view of the world around them.
The BIFA 1st and 2nd place winners of the 2022 edition were awarded in the following categories: Advertising, Architecture, Book, Editorial, Events, Fine Arts, Nature, People and Portfolio and will be exhibited alongside the main winners: Photographer of the Year and New Talent of the Year.
The exhibition will be officially open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays from February 4 to March 18, 2022 at the House of Lucie Budapest Gallery (Address: Budapest, Falk Miksa utca 30. 1055)
Due to COVID-19 restrictions and for the safety of other visitors and our staff, it is recommended that you reserve a time slot on the calendar here.
The BIFA 2021 laureates whose work will be exhibited are:
Angelika Kollin, Barbara Zanon, Carolina Plaz, Chen Che Wang, Daniel Holfeld, Diana Cheren Nygren, Emese Balázs-Fülöp, Emil Lombardo, Filip Hrebenda, Fran Fernandez, George Mayer, Gino Ricardo, Hirotaka Shindo, Irina Petrova, Ivan Romano, Jamie Johnson, Jordi Cohen, Josef Timar, Margarita Mavromichalis, Moniruzzaman Sazal, Nicoletta Cerasomma, Olga Volianska, Paul Brouns, Paul Gravett, Raffaele Canepa, Rico X., Romain Thiery, Salvatore Montemagno, Simone Arrigoni, Streetmax 21, Sujata Setia, Svetlana Melik -Nubarova, Štefan Csontos, Valter Darbe, Wolfgang Weinhardt, Yulia Nevskaya, Yu Ling Ho, Zixiong Jin.
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Source: Press release