Eyewitness in Brussels exhibition opening, winner and honorable mentions

Last Friday the ‘Eyewitness in Brussels’ exhibition opened in the Jewish Museum of Belgium, showing 30 images by 21 finalists. Photographers were asked to submit work relating to diversity in Brussels, inequality, and the social, cultural and economic relations between different groups. This is also connected to the retrospective exhibition of Magnum’s Leonard Freed, running from October 2018 until March 2019.

Winning image by Chris Suspect

 

The opening was very well attended and the winner and honorable mentions were announced in the courtyard by the curator of the Jewish Museum, Zahava Seewald. Chris Suspect (see the image above) won the contest and receives a cash prize of 1000 euros and an interview at the Brussels Street Photography Festival website. Ivan Put, Kristof Vadino and myself, Julie Hrudová, received the honorable mentions. The ‘Eyewitness in Brussels’ exhibition is a collaboration between the Brussels Street Photography Festival and the Jewish museum.

You’ll find all the finalist images here.

 


 

Honorable mentions:

Ivan Put

Kristof Vadino

Julie Hrudová

 

Other finalists and more images from the opening:

by Geertje De Waegeneer

 

by Caroline Adam

 

by Tibor Radvanyi

 

 

Chris Suspect and his winning photo

 

INFO:
Location: Jewish Museum of Belgium
Exhibition duration: February 21 – March 17 2019
Website of the Jewish Museum
Website Brussels Street Photography Festival

 

 

 

© All the pictures in this post are copyrighted. Their reproduction, even in part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.



by Julie Hrudová, founder of StreetRepeat
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