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Syngenta Photography Award 2013 Winners Announced

Syngenta Photography Award 2013 Winners Announced - Syngenta have announced the winners of the 2013 Photography Award.

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Jan Brykczynski, Sputnik Photos, Syngenta Photography awards
© Jan Brykczynski, Sputnik Photos, Syngenta Photography awards winner 2013.

The Warsaw-based documentary photographer Jan Brykczynski has been announced as the winner of the Syngenta Photography Award Professional Commission at a ceremony at Somerset House, London.

Jan Brykczynski (Poland) was selected by an international jury, chaired by the author and curator William A. Ewing, for his series “Árnes”, which documents an isolated region in the Icelandic Western Fjords and responding to this year’s Rural-Urban theme. Here he spent several months studying the relationship between the natural surroundings and the village’s small community.

In addition to the US$ 15,000 prize money, Brykczynski will receive a grant of up to US$ 25,000 to complete a commission, a central part of the professional competition. “Farming Tribes” will explore the relationship between human beings and nature in four of the world’s major urban spaces – New York, Yerevan, Warsaw and Nairobi.

Mimi Mollica (Italy), announced as the second place winner for the Professional Commission, was awarded US$ 10,000, and Pablo Lopez Luz (Mexico) received US$ 5,000 in third place.

Holly Lynton (USA) was announced as winner of the Open Competition for “Sienna, Turkey Madonna”, in which a farm worker embraces four turkeys that are to be slaughtered for Thanksgiving on an independent farm in the small town of Shutesbury, Massachusetts. The image is part of the series, “Bare Handed”, in which Lynton explores communities struggling to maintain agrarian traditions despite the challenges of globalization.

For full details of all the Syngenta Photography Award finalists, please visit the Syngenta Photo website.


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lumix5 3 219 Northern Ireland
18 May 2013 12:25AM
Is this the winning image, the horizon is not even level........

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ianrobinson e2
4 1.1k 8 United Kingdom
18 May 2013 9:17AM
Wow, There's hope for me then.
Talk about send out the wrong signals about photography.
What makes this the winning Image may I ask, there has to be an explanation as to why this wins surely?

My god I have photo's like this taken on an overcast rubbish day that I regard as rubbish and I bin them, clearly I am totally wrong in doing so and clearly they must be my best photo's.

Well that's me well and truely gob smacked TongueTongueTongue.
trevrob e2
1 14 United Kingdom
18 May 2013 5:51PM
it is beyond belief,yes a definate delete to rubbish bin
19 May 2013 5:07PM
I can't for the life of me see how this won, I too have binned better shots than this

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