Once again, PHotoESPAÑA awards in this new edition a series of awards organized in the following categories: Professional Trajectory, Special Award PHotoESPAÑA, Festiva Off Awards, Best Book of the Year Photography Award and finally, Audience Award.
Isabel Muñoz has been recognized for her great professional career for more than 40 years with the PHotoESPAÑA Award, thanks to her commendable visual portfolio in relation to disadvantaged groups, as ethnic minorities or urban tribes and their personal vision of seeing the world and capturing the human body.
The PHotoESPAÑA Special Prize has been awarded to Rosa Ros for the promotion and dissemination of the visual work that her father, Bartolomé Ros, carried out during the 1920s of the legion located in the Spanish Sahara.
The Best Book of the Year Award has been divided into the following subcategories: internationally, the winner has been Hayal & Hakikat: A Handbook of Forgiveness & A Handbook of Punishment by Turkish photographer Cemre Yesil Gönenli; At the national level, it has been selected Donde Doblan los Mapas, by Juan Valbuena; SPIN, by Yusuke Takagi, has been awarded the Self-published Book; and finally, The Eriksay Connection has taken the corresponding Editorial of the Year.
The Parra & Romero Gallery has been awarded the Off Festival Award for the exquisite presentation and exhibition of the portraits of the artist Ugo Mulas, encouraging a large part of the public to know the work of the renowned photographer.
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Text: Beatriz Igea Sanchez.
Photos: Isabel Muñoz-PHotoESPAÑA.