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Eyeshot Open Call 22
We are thrilled to announce the 70 talented photographers who have been selected as the winners, jurors’ picks and finalists of the Eyeshot Open Call 2022. The artworks were chosen from over 6000 photographs submitted from more than 100 different countries.
The jury selected these remarkable photographers for their visual storytelling, creativity, and style in conveying their observations of contemporary reality. Among these artists are images from all over the world that capture the dynamic nature of street and documentary photography.
These winners, finalists and jurors’ picks were chosen from a pool of submissions depicting moments of daily life – both ordinary and extraordinary – in a different light.
We hope that all of these award-winning projects will inspire, amuse, and surprise you!
Eyeshot Magazine #10 | Open Call Edition
This is the tenth issue of Eyeshot Magazine always in limited edition of 500 copies, showcasing the thoughtful and creative photographs of the 70 talented photographers who have been selected as the winners, jurors’ picks and finalists of the Eyeshot Open Call 2022. The artworks were chosen from over 6000 photographssubmitted from more than 100 different countries, making this a truly global showcase of street and documentary photography.
The winners and finalists were determined based on a panel of expert judges that looked at originality, creativity, visual impact, and the ability of the image to tell a story. The single image category shown 3 top winners and 50 finalists.
The winners and finalists were determined based on a panel of expert judges that looked at originality, creativity, visual impact, and the ability of the image to tell a story. The series image category shown 3 top winners and 20 finalists.
The 15-photo series “Cairo: A Beautiful Thing is Never Perfect” by Jonathan Jasberg offers an intriguing preview of an extensive multi-year project containing over 130 carefully chosen photographs, many of which remain unreleased.
The first images that come to mind when thinking about India may be the palaces of Rajasthan, the sadhus and mood of Varanasi, the colorful and gritty environment of Kolkata or the streets of old Delhi. As for the the well-known city of Mumbai, this is a difficult city to navigate – messy, overly spread out, and noisy.
Guille Ibañez left his home country almost two decades ago. This thought was what sparked in the photographer the beginning of a personal journey of photographing occurrences and locations throughout Spain that could bring people together and help define the country’s personality.
Each of our jurors chose one photographer to be awarded a special recognition. Here are the jurors’ honorable mentions for the Eyeshot Open Call 2022.
Emin Özmen is a Magnum Photographer who has been published in major media outlets and has won several awards among them two World Press Photo awards and the Public Prize of The Bayeux Calvados awards for war correspondents.
Mark Abramson is a photographer based between Los Angeles and New York City, and a frequent contributor to the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and more.
Narelle Autio is a multi award-winning photographer whose artistic career spans over 30 years. In 2002 she became the first Australian to have won the venerable international Leica Oskar Barnack Award. She has also won two Walkley Awards for journalism, and two first-prize World Press Photo awards.
Trent Parke is the first Australian to become a Full Member of Magnum Photos. His work has been exhibited widely and is held in major institutional collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Magnum London, and Magnum Paris.
Vineet Vohra is a Leica Ambassador and the first Indian photographer in the history of Leica, considered one of the most influential street photographers of his generation. Vineet holds a special place in the Asian street photography community and has made significant contributions to its growth over the last ten years.
Isadora Kosofsky is a documentary photographer, writer, and filmmaker based in Los Angeles and Albuquerque. She is a National Geographic Photographer and has contributed to the NY Times, TIME, The New Yorker, Le Monde, and many others.
Kitra Cahana is a documentary photographer, videographer, and a TED speaker. She is a contributing photographer to National Geographic. She is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including two Canada Council Grants, TED Senior Fellowship, a 2015 Pulitzer Center for Investigative Reporting grant, and first prize for the 2010 World Press Photo.
Koci Hernandez is an award-winning innovator in journalism and multimedia. He is currently an Associate Professor and Bloomberg Chair at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. His photographic work has appeared in The New York Times, Wired, The New Yorker, among others.
Marco Savarese is the founder and editor-in-chief of Eyeshot since 2017. Thanks to his many years of experience in the evaluation and management of emerging and internationally renowned artists, he makes it his daily activity to enhance photographers and their work.
Siegfried Hansen is a member of the renowned collective UP Photographers and a founding member of the German Street Photography Festival. His work has been widely exhibited, including solo exhibitions in Germany and group exhibitions in Europe and the United States.
Open Call 22
The 2022 Eyeshot Open Call saw the submission of over 6.000 photographs by incredibly talented photographers from over 100 different countries. With the participation on an extraordinary jury composed of Marco Savarese, founder and editor-in-chief of Eyeshot, Magnum photographers such as Trent Parke and Emin Özmen, leading representatives of street and documentary photography scene – Vineet Vohra, Siegfried Hansen, Koci Hernandez , Mark Abramson and Isadora Kosofsky – and winners of the World Press Photo Award – Narelle Autio and Kitra Cahana – these artworks were selected for their visual storytelling, creativity, and style in conveying their unique observations of contemporary reality.
Street and documentary photography feel the urgency to elevate the streets of the world into theaters without requiring humans to perform. In front of each of these images, you can mirror yourself. Or you can also just look at them.
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