SWPA 2022

Annonserer dommerne Sony World Photography 2022

01 okt., 2021

World Photography Organisation har gleden av å annonsere dommerpanelet i Sony World Photography Awards 2022, og kommende utstillingsdatoer.

Sony World Photography Awards’ utstillinger returnerer til London og Somerset House i april 2022, og i november vil det arrangeres utstilling i Open Eye Gallery i Liverpool for første gang.

Now in its 15th year, the Sony World Photography Awards are one of the world’s leading photography competitions, celebrating the best contemporary photography from across the globe and providing photographers with significant exposure and career-building opportunities.

Sony supports the Awards to help the continued development of photographic culture by giving a global platform to today’s talent. Entry to the Awards is completely free and photographers are judged anonymously by a panel of industry leading judges.

 

2022 JUDGES

This year’s jury brings a range of knowledge and expertise from varied photographic backgrounds.

 

Professional Competition

 

Open and Youth Competition

 

Student Competition

 

2022 EXHIBITION DATES AND 2021 EUROPEAN TOUR DATES

 

In 2022 the Sony World Photography Awards exhibition returns to Somerset House, London from 15 April – 2 May 2022 followed by its first ever presentation at the Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool from 10 November – 11 December 2022.

We are also pleased to announce upcoming dates for the Sony World Photography Awards  2021 exhibition in various European venues, including:

 

 

Scott Gray, Founder and CEO, World Photography Organisation, says: We are delighted to once again welcome visitors to exhibitions of the Sony World Photography Awards across Europe and look forward to collaborating with long-time and new partners Somerset House, London and Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool. Although challenging, the last two years have highlighted the importance of the Awards in not just providing a valuable platform for rewards and opportunities but also in bringing together a global community which elevates and champions the extraordinary and creative work of contemporary photographers.

 

2022 PRIZES AND DEADLINES

The Sony World Photography Awards opened on 1 June 2021. Full competition and categories descriptions can be found at worldphoto.org/sony-world-photography-awards

 

Deadlines across the Awards’ four competitions are:

 

Youth: Monthly competitions with a changing theme running from 1 June to 31 December, 2021

All category winners of the Professional, Open, Youth and Student competitions will receive digital imaging equipment from Sony. In addition, cash prizes of $25,000 (USD) will be presented to the Photographer of the Year and $5,000 (USD) to the Open Photographer of the Year. All winning and shortlisted photographers’ works will be exhibited at the annual Sony World Photography Awards exhibition in London and will then be toured internationally. The winning images will also be published in the annual Awards book.

 

Note to editors

2022 JUDGES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMAGES AVAILABLE AT WORLDPHOTO.ORG/PRESS

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