Finally, second round of jurying is over. It is our great pleasure to announce 3 winners, whose fantastic projects has win the most votes (alphabetical order):
These 3 projects will be printed and part of Belgrade Photo Month under the exhibition title New Talents 2016 in Eurocentar Gallery.
Although Belgrade Photo Month has not officially started, the first exhibition that is part of our festival is opened tonight at the Institute “Cervantes” in Belgrade: “Revertimini (Volveos)” by Jordi Plana Pey inspired by the work of Ramón Lull.
The exhibition will be open to visitors until the end of April.
For more information, follow this link
We have received total of 161 entries that fulfilled our entry conditions. Jury had a tough job shortlisting only 10 authors for the second round of jurying.
Presenting the 10 shortlisted authors
Organization of Belgrade Photo Month aims to raise awareness and knowledge of the citizens of Serbia on the photography and put Serbia on photography map of the world, but that our goal would be endangered and elusive if a proposal amending the interpretation of the Act on copyright and related rights is adopted, at tomorrow’s session of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia. All our efforts and work could be belittled and canceled, and the work of all other photographic associations, clubs, groups and individuals.
Please, in the name of all photographers and people of good will, do not adopt this proposal and thus cancel nearly 200 years of photographic history in Serbia.
Belgrade Photo Month is looking for volunteers.
- Translators. English-Serbian-English.
- Photographers to shoot Festival events.
Interested please contact to firstname.lastname@example.org with CV, and in the case of photographers with some samples of this type of photography in low resolution or a url where we can see your work.
President of the European Month of Photography (EMoP) Thomas Licek has sent us a letter of support in which he points to increasing interest for this kind of projects and invites public and institutions to support Belgrade Photo Month, so it might become the part of the European Month of Photography growing network in the near future.
Serbian magazine for photography culture published the article about Belgrade Photo Month and interview with David Pujado.