The contemporary photography exhibition will open tomorrow in the heart of Budapest!

The brilliant and visionary works of the winners of the 2021 International Photography Awards will soon be on display in the heart of Budapest, Hungary. Chosen from thousands of incredible works from around the world, the 26 category winners along with the 30 images from the “Best of Show” selection will be presented to contemporary art lovers across Hungary, Europe and the world. .

Works range from incredible nature and fine art photography to architectural marvels, as well as stunning portraits that tell deep stories, straight from the lenses of professional and amateur photographers.

Best of Show curator Alice Gabriner, visual editor and educator, said the following about the Best of Show selection: “These 30 exhibited photographs represent the myriad ways we see, encapsulating the interpretations, experiences and the imagination of the various individuals behind the camera.

Whether it’s a visual love poem, a unique sighting, or a witnessed historical event, the collective work connects art, evidence, artifacts, and fleeting moments. frozen in time.

The exhibition will officially begin at Maison de Lucie with the opening event on April 29, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. where some winners will also join to share their mutual love for photography and celebrate their victories in the field. In the week following the event, the exhibition will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays at the House of Lucie Budapest Gallery (Address: Budapest, Falk Miksa utca 30. 1055)

The winners of the IPA 2021 category whose work will be exhibited are:

John Huet, Angélique Boissière, Julia Anna Gospodaru, Delphine Blast, Bob Newman, Mel D Cole, Chong Kok Yew, Liselotte Schuppers, Mikael Owunna, Art Streiber, Howard Schatz, André Magarao, Antonio Coelho, Shilpa Narayanan, Sue Park, Chris Round , César Cedano-Bréa, Joanna Borowiec, Brian Wotring, Jiale Liu, Sharwar Hussain, Elisa Miller, Bernd Schirmer, Masatoshi Ujahara, Javier Rupérez, Aitor Del Arco.

The photographers of the selection organized by IPA Best of Show 2021 whose work will be exhibited are:
George Tatakis, Younes Mohammad, Mikael Owunna, Mel D Cole, Walter Luttenberger, Sara Hannant, Daniel Skwarna, Jonas Larsson Folkeson, Alessandro Malaguti, Yi Sun, Amru Salahuddien, Mark Clennon, Ernesto Benavides, Pedro Luis Ajuriaguerra Saiz, Carlos Esguerra, Ahmed Akacha, Max McGerry, Sue Oakford, Jesse Vance, Liselotte Schuppers, 博史, Guanghui Hu, Yuan Ji, Jane Olin, Svet Jacqueline, Richard Li, Guiseppe Cardoni, Andrew Doggett, Lynn Emery, Kiiro.

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The International Photography Awards™ organizes an annual competition for professional, amateur and student photographers globally, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive photo competitions in the world of photography today. For more information, visit:

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Tracey L. Sweeney