Marinos Tsagkarakis, from the series 'Paradise Inn'
Urbanautica Institute Annual Awards
Deadline December 31, 2020
Urbanautica Institute

Given the success of the first edition, we are glad to announce the 2020 edition of Urbanautica Institute Annual Awards dedicated to the photographic project. We are looking to reward photographers who have distinguished themselves with:

– The high quality of their research,
– The ability to convey meaningful messages with their work,
– The strength to go deeper on those issues most important to society, and who open the language and the narrative form to other perspectives.

We have chosen specific categories and topics. We are aware that there are different and alternative approaches today to the photographic medium and the production of images, and we welcome a variety of photographic modalities (linguistic, structural, formal and expressive) through which these issues are addressed. We care about the depth of intuitive thinking as much as the strength and coherence of the proposal.

Deadline December 31, 2020

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