Tokyo International Foto Awards Winners Exhibition, House of Lucie Budapest, 20 - 24 July

  • 11 Jul 2022 1:30 PM
Tokyo International Foto Awards Winners Exhibition, House of Lucie Budapest, 20 - 24 July
From the organisers: The Tokyo International Foto Awards is pleased to announce that towards the end of July, there will be three exhibitions opening around the world to show the talented winners of TIFA to the grand public. 

The exhibitions will be running simultaneously from the 20th July to the 24th of July in three locations: the Shibuya Cultural Center Owada in Tokyo, Japan, where winners from 2019, 2020 and 2021 will be exhibited, the House of Lucie, Budapest, Hungary and the House of Lucie, Kashan, Iran, where 2021 winners will be on display. Photographers, and photography lovers, from all over the world will be arriving to meet up and experience these award-winning images first-hand.

Hannah Lillethun, Program Director of Tokyo International Foto Awards, shared her thoughts about the upcoming exhibitions, "Photography is a universal language, speaking directly to our inner selves, showing us the world in all its tragedy and splendour. And its importance to us is greater now than ever before.

After 3 years of not being able to exhibit the TIFA winning photographs due to COVID, we are thrilled to be able to once again share these incredible images with the public."

The unprecedented occasion of three exhibitions of the same competition running simultaneously will be the perfect way to connect photography communities from all over the world in three corners of the globe.

The works range from incredible nature and fine art photographs to advertising and architectural wonders along with stunning editorials that tell profound stories, straight from the lenses of both professional and  amateur photographers. 

View Winners' Gallery here.

More information about the exhibitions here

On view:
20 July - 24 July

House of Lucie
Falk Miksa u. 30. 1055 Budapest.


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