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Urban 2013

Indian photographer Sandip Bose is the winner of URBAN 2015 Photo Contest, promoted by Italian art association dotART together with Photographers.it. The second place goes to polish photographer Tymon Markowski, third to Nicolas Alexander Otto, from Germany.

First ranked in «Street Photography» theme is Vincenzo Di Savino, from Milan, followed by Stefano Siano (2nd), Michele Rieri (3rd), both from Italy, Japanese Tatsuo Suzuki (4th) and British Marc Gascoigne (5th).

First ranked in «Architecture» theme is French photographer Vendrame Loïc, followed by Chi Hong Wong, from Honk Kong (2nd), Hungarian Zsolt Varanka (3rd), Italian Lorenzo Linthout (4th), and Celso Creer, from EAU (5th).

Ranking in «Urban Animals» is: Tripler Roman, from Germany (1st), Spanish Javier Arcenillas (2nd), British Malgorzata Czerwien (3rd), Russian Joel Koczwarski (4th) and Eddie Wexler, from USA (5th).

Winners of «Stories & Portfolio» are Italian Alex Liverani, (1st), Nguyen Vu Phuoc, from Viet Nam (2nd), and Italian Jeannette Muller (3rd).

Winners will share a € 3,000 money prize, 1,000 to the overall winner, and their picture will be published on prestigious international online photo magazines, as Vieworld, doc! Photo Magazine, Fotopolis.pl and Street Photography Magazine.

The contest has seen more than 2.300 photos and 150 portfolios for 750 participants from 50 countries. Italy, French, Bangladesh, South Africa, Russia, Germany, USA, Hungary and many more.

Saturday October 24 in Trieste, Italy, during Trieste Photo Days 2015 festival, winning pictures will be displayed and awarded.

The best ranked pictures of URBAN 2015 will be soon selected for summer exhibits in Poland (Krakow), Budapest (Hungary) and Koper (Slovenia).

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  • » WINNER: € 1,000
  • » 2ND: € 500
  • » 3RD: € 300
  • » € 10 (First photo)
  • » + € 5 (Other photos)
  • » € 30 (Stories)
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Urban 2013

URBAN 2015 international street photo contest, organized by dotART cultural association, will accept entries from the 1st of April 2015.

Now in its sixth edition, URBAN has as its main theme daily life in the city, which is seen through street photography: real, instant images, that capture moments, people, faces, streets, buildings and other elements capable of telling stories woven into the urban fabric. URBAN unveils the city and its secrets.

On the special section Stories & Portfolios you can propose a sequence of images that tell a story with a free subject.

To take part, just follow the instructions on the Upload page and the Stories & Portfolios page. Works must be submitted no later than 31st of May 2015 14th of June 2015 (NEW DEADLINE). See rules.

Professional artists, photographers and communication experts will judge entries and choose the winners (jury members are currently being selected, with the final panel to be announced shortly). After the closure of the competition, works selected by the jury will receive awards and will then appear in a collective exhibit before the end of 2015.

The total prize money is more than € 3,000!

Daily life in the city seen through artistic street photograpy: real, instant images that capture moments, people, faces, streets, buildings and other elements capable of telling stories woven into the urban fabric.
URBAN unveils the city and its secrets.

Photographs of buildings, ancient or modern urban spaces, populated or unpopulated. From industrial archeology to futuristic skyscrapers.

Pets in the urban environment and their relationship with people and other animals that inhabit the City.

New section in which you can propose a set of photos with a free subject: thematic portfolios, photojournalism and storyboards (sequences of images that tell a story). The photographer is free to choose the topic, style, setting and subjects they prefer. [UPLOAD YOUR STORIES]

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