The winner of the first place is Marcelo Aragonese with a project combining analog photography with textile interference, entitled "Threads and Light." In his series, he presents life and social events in Chile, giving the presented situations a new meaning thanks to colorful embroidery.
The winner of the second place is Katarzyna Kryńska and her "Silence of the Heart", is cyanotype portraits of women combined with rich symbolism of birds. The artist shows in them the potential of previous generations.
The winner of the third place is Paz Olivares Droguett with the project "Volver / Nest" is a project documenting the artist's return to her native country, a new stage of life that changed their social relations and, due to the pandemic, also modified their forecasts for the future.
The honorary distinction was awarded to:
− Iwona Germanek for the project "Reminiscences. Blue Chlorophyll" based on cyanotype, a story about the life of the artist's grandmother;
− Camila Anvares for the project "The jungle in me" inspired by the work of Anna Atkins. The series presents a herbarium of plants growing in the artist's garden, made with the use of Lumen Print;
− Filippo Bardazzi and the project "Se ne sono andati tutti (Tuscany Blues)" is a nostalgic journey to Tuscany, enhanced with dark blue colors, giving the photos a melancholic atmosphere;
− Ciro Battiloro for the "Sanità" project. The story of the community of the Riona Sanità district, which became one of the poorest neighborhoods in Naples through the construction of the Sanità Bridge. The artist moves, among others the topic of isolation, the growing problem of unemployment, young people leaving education and increasing crime.
Congratulations to the winners!