THE WORLD – Faces . Places . Spaces | WINNERS | ITSLIQUID

THE WORLD – Faces . Places . Spaces | WINNERS

Art | February 24, 2014 |

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THE WORLD – Faces . Places . Spaces
International photography award

It’s LIQUID is extremely proud to announce the WINNERS of “THE WORLD – Faces . Places . Spaces” international photography award. Artists worked on vast field of possibilities: from simple and every-day subjects related to city-life and people, to complex hybrids of identities, cultures and places as results of our contemporary WORLD.



Paul Robinson . USA – “Californian Bear”
Joint winner selected by Jurors
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Serap Sabah . Turkey – “Cinnamon Boy, Vietnam”
Joint winner selected by Jurors
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Andrea Colangiuli . Italy – “Substrato”
1st place winner of public vote
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María Alejandra Rojas Rioja . Perù – “Barandas de muelle”
2nd place winner of public vote
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Marko Stamatovic . Serbia – “Carousell in the mist”
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Valérie Reding . Switzerland – “Becoming”
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Jurors’ vote:
winners’ artworks will be exhibited in Italy in April and an article about the artists will be published on It’s LIQUID website
Public Vote:
1st place: selected artwork will be exhibited in Spain in April and an article about the artist will be published on It’s LIQUID website
2nd place: an article about the winner and her work will be published on It’s LIQUID website
Honorable mentions:
an interview about the winners and their works will be published on It’s LIQUID website

Luca Curci (Architect, Artist, Director of It’s LIQUID Group – Italy)
Fernando Barrionuevo (Director of MECA – Spain)
Maija Ylä-Sahra (Artist, Gallerist – Finland)

For more information about “THE WORLD – Faces . Places . Spaces” click here.

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