Un nuevo galardón. Esta vez en el Indian Photography Festival 2016
Un nuevo reconocimiento. Esta vez para el The Other Hundred 2016.
I am very happy to inform you that the work you submitted to The Other Hundred Educators has been selected as one of the finalist and will be published in the hardcover book. Congratulations!
The submissions we received -close to 1,000 entries from more than 130 countries and regions, and spanning an incredible array of human experience – were of an astoundingly high quality. Your work, however, stood out to the jury for both its technical excellence and as a powerful example of the themes of The Other Hundred project. We would like to thank you for helping to make this book possible.
Chandran Nair, Project Director, The Other Hundred
Una nueva nominación. Esta vez para el Alfred Fried Photography Award 2016.
The shortlist of the Alfred Fried Photography Award 2016: Antonio Aragón Renuncio (Finalist)
The results are: 16.883 images have been submitted from 127 countries. Most submissions came from India, Germany, Russia, USA and Brazil followed by UK, China, Austria, Iran and Italy, Greece, Ukraine, Vietnam, Philippines and Spain. This is a plus of 2.768 images or approx. 20% in comparison to 2015 as 14.115 images from 121 countries have been submitted.
The Alfred Fried Photography Award award ceremony 2016 will be held on 20 September 2016 at the Austrian Parliament.
Libro Nikon Profesional 2016.
Gracias al departamento profesional de Nikon, mi trabajo está presente en el importante libro que edita la marca nipona y que reune una selección de los mejores trabajos del año 2015 realizados por fotógrafos que usan cámaras Nikon.
Un verdadero placer y orgullo.
Dos nuevos premios. Esta vez en el Siena International Photo Awards 2016.
Dear Antonio. It is with great pleasure we are here to announce that your artwork presented to the Siena International Photo Awards 2016, has received the following recognitions:
Image Title: »Happiness» Award: Honourable Mention
Serie Title: »Sorcière. The Witches. The Soul Eaters» Award: Remarkable Award
Congratulations! This is an absolutely prestigious outcome based on the incredible quality of the 45,000 images registered with participants from 127 countries around the world.
Due to its outstanding merit, your work has also been chosen to be included in the SIPA official Collective Photo Book entitled “Beyond the Lens” and will also be displayed at the Siena International Photo Awards Exhibition from October 29th to November 30th 2016.
Luca Venturi. Founder & Art Director
Un nuevo galardón. Moscow International Foto Awards (MIFA). HM, 2016.
Dear Antonio Aragon Renuncio,
It is my great pleasure to inform you that your work has been awarded a winning placement in the MIFA Photo Awards 2016! MIFA received thousands of great images from 85 different countries.
Vídeo entrevista en la prestigiosa LENS CULTURE Magazine.
In 2016, Antonio Aragón Renuncio, a passionate and dedicated Spanish photojournalist, won the $120,000 grand prize in the Hamdan International Photography Award (HIPA) competition in Dubai. His picture was chosen as best embodying the theme, «Happiness.»
Taking home the HIPA purse, one of the largest cash prizes for photography in the entire world, was a shocking contrast for Renuncio. As a storyteller who has dedicated his career to showing his viewers painful and difficult subjects in some of the world’s least documented areas, his selection in Dubai provided an unexpected platform from which share his work.
In this short video interview, Renuncio talks more about his projects, including the prize-winning image, and about life on the road as a photojournalist. Enjoy!
Un nuevo premio, el Grand Prize HIPA 2015-16.
Antonio Aragón Renuncio was awarded with the grand prize at the Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award (HIPA), winning $120,000 at the ceremony, which took place at Dubai’s Burj Plaza last night. The Spanish photographer’s winning image, based on the season’s main theme of ‘Happiness’, depicts a group of impoverished Togolese children playing outside an NGO clinic. The 5th Season HIPA received a total of 80,420 photographs from 32,712 photographers from 173 countries around the world.
For five years, the Hamdan International Photography Award (HIPA) competition has celebrated the work of photographers from around the world. This year, awards were given in the categories of happiness, wildlife, and father and son, as well as general excellence. The winning photos capture moments of happiness, love, pain, and tragedy in countries ranging from Chile to Egypt to Russia to Togo.The $120,000 grand prize (one of the largest in the world) was awarded to Spanish photographer Antonio Aragon Renuncio for his lively portrayal of children playing in West Africa (above). Other winners include National Geographic photographers Steve Winter (wildlife) and Brent Stirton (happiness).