The Brussels Street Photography Festival (BSPF) is a cultural project whose objective is to promote street photography as an urban research tool, a form of cultural communication and visual art. The main ambition of the BSPF is to delve deeper into those visual elements that define the contemporary identity of Brussels in two dimensions, from a local and a global perspective.
Street photography’s popularity is constantly growing, gaining more enthusiasts and forming stronger communities around the world. The BSPF aims to bring together the views of both established and emerging street photographers by offering a larger exposure to the general public, creating awareness and engaging new enthusiasts.
The Brussels Street Photography Festival (BSPF) came back with its fourth edition in Brussels this October 4-6, 2019
The winners were judged by Delphine Dumont, Graciela Magnoni, Gulnara Samoilova, Maciek Nabrdalik & John Vink
There were 50 finalists with 64 pictures for the 2019 BSPF Singles Contest.
The winner of the Singles category 2019 is: SACHIN CHAUHAN
The Second Prize winner for the Singles category is XIMENA ECHAGUE
The Public Prize winner in the Singles category is FREDERICK VAN GROOTEL
There were 18 finalists for the 2019 BSP
The winner of this year’s Series category is SWARAT GHOSH
The Series Second Prize winner is PITI AMRARANGA
The Public Prize for Series goes to SACHIN CHAUHUN
For the Series category the BSPF 2019 honourable mention this year goes to JULIA CODDINGTON
And at the end, The Brussels prize of this year’s contests: CRISTINA EMBIL