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18 August 2020

1854 Media and British Journal of Photography have announced the 30 single image winners and three series winners of Portrait of Humanity. The winners were selected by an international panel of judges including Caroline Hunter, picture editor the Guardian; Mallory Benedict, photo editor at National Geographic and Istvan Viragvolgyi, curator at the Capa Center, Budapest.

Eric Demers. Portrait of Humanity 2020 Winner.

The winning works will be exhibited as part of the Portrait of Humanity Global Tour, opening at Capa Center, Budapest, on Sept. 4 before moving to Indian Photo Festival, Hyderabad, on Nov. 12.

ENTRIES OPEN FOR 2021

Now open for entry, the third edition of Portrait of Humanity will celebrate the many faces of humanity in the most tumultuous time in our generation.

In a year of global upheaval, Portrait of Humanity 2021 is an open call to photographers of any level, from anywhere, to remind us what makes us human in times of struggle: hope, courage, resilience, solidarity; finding beauty in the mundane, forging connection in times of separation, fighting to fix cracks in our systems.

Entries are open for all interpretations of portraiture, including self-portraits, group pictures, street photography and beyond.

For more information see the news release below.

1854 Media Announces the 33 Winners of Portrait of Humanity -- as the 2021 Edition Opens for Entries

Culminating in one of the largest-scale collaborative exhibitions in history, Portrait of Humanity is a global photography award conceived to show that across oceans and borders, there is more that unites us than sets us apart.

1854 Media and British Journal of Photography are delighted to announce the 30 single image winners and three series winners of Portrait of Humanity, selected by an international panel of judges including Caroline Hunter, picture editor the Guardian; Mallory Benedict, photo editor at National Geographic and Istvan Viragvolgyi, curator at the Capa Center, Budapest.

The winning work will be exhibited as part of the Portrait of Humanity Global Tour, opening at Capa Center, Budapest, on 4 September before moving to Indian Photo Festival, Hyderabad, on 12 November.

Portrait of Humanity 2021: Entries Now Open

Now open for entry, the third edition of Portrait of Humanity will celebrate the many faces of humanity in the most tumultuous time in our generation.

In a year of global upheaval, Portrait of Humanity 2021 is an open call to photographers of any level, from anywhere, to remind us what makes us human in times of struggle: hope, courage, resilience, solidarity; finding beauty in the mundane, forging connection in times of separation, fighting to fix cracks in our systems.

Entries are open for all interpretations of portraiture, including self-portraits, group pictures, street photography and beyond.

Prizes

Prizes include:

Open Category

  • 30 winning images will be exhibited worldwide as part of the Portrait of Humanity Global Tour 2021
  • Up to 100 commended images will also be exhibited digitally on Clear Channel screens internationally to be seen by millions
  • All commended, shortlisted and winning photographers will receive extensive international press coverage
  • Have your work judged by key industry leaders

Stories Category

  • Three winning bodies of work will be exhibited worldwide as part of the Portrait of Humanity Global Tour 2021
  • Three winning bodies of work will be published in British Journal of Photography
  • All winning photographers will receive extensive international press coverage
  • Have your work judged by key industry leaders

Key Dates

Key Dates are:

  • Calls open: Aug. 12
  • Calls close: Oct. 22
  • Global Tour: Spring 2021


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