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Dear fellow photographers, we are very excited to announce the sixth edition of The Felix Schoeller Photo Award. All professional photographers worldwide are invited to apply in three categories for the Felix Schoeller Photo Award 2023, the Best Work by an Emerging Photographer and the German Peace Prize for Photography. A total of 30,000 euros in prize money will be awarded. The closing date for entries is January 15, 2023.

“Portrait”, “Photojournalism” and “Sustainability” – those are the categories for the Felix Schoeller Photo Award 2023. A prize money of 5,000 euros will be awarded in each of the three competition categories.

The category “Best Work by an Emerging Photographer” is intended to recognize special talent in photography: Photographers in their studies, professional training or photo assistance. The best work in this category, in which there are no thematic restrictions, will be rewarded by the jury with the award for the “Best Work by an Emerging Photographer”, also worth 5,000 euros.

Picture Credits: Part of the nominee series German Peace Prize for Photography 2019 “Peace is ..”, Sameer Al-Doumy, France, sameeraldoumy.com.

“In 2023, the German Peace Prize for Photography takes on even greater significance: Together with our hometown of Osnabrück, we present this award – at the place where the Peace of Westphalia was concluded 375 years ago. This anniversary reminds us that peace is more important than ever, especially in the current political situation. As a company, we see ourselves as having a social responsibility to underscore the importance of peace. Making the pursuit of peace a photographic theme and communicating it is a conscious symbiosis of our corporate roots with the special role played by the cities of Münster and Osnabrück in promoting peace in Europe,” says Hans-Christoph Gallenkamp, CEO of the Felix Schoeller Group.

Picture Credits: Part of the nominee series Felix Schoeller Photo Award 2019 in the category Photo Journalism / Editorial, “Lithium: The Driving Force of the 21st Century” by Matjaž Krivic, Slovenia, www.krivic.com.

The German Peace Prize for Photography honors works that deal photographically and conceptually with the theme of “peace”. The definition of the term “peace” is to be explicitly broad: From peace between peoples and countries to peaceful coexistence in the city and country, in families or in groups, to the pictorial representation of the inner peace of individuals. The winner of the German Peace Prize for Photography will receive prize money of 10,000 euros.

The winners will be announced and honored at a festive awards ceremony on May 4, 2023. The award-winning photographs as well as the works of the nominees will then be on display in an extensive exhibition at the Museumquartier Osnabrück.

Picture Credits: Part of the nominee series Felix Schoeller Photo Award 2019 in the category Photo Journalism / Editorial, “War Notes” by Sameer Al-Doumy, France, sameeraldoumy.com.

HVW8 Gallery Berlin and Berlin Photo Week are pleased to present DEAD END STREET, a double pop-up photography exhibition featuring Nikita Teryoshin, Manuel Osterholt as well as a selection of various gallery archive photo works.  With the double exhibition DEAD END STREET, HVW8 Gallery Berlin and Berlin Photo Week celebrates photography and its different presentation.  1. With the work "I've never been to Russia", which began in 2019 and shows Russia going astray, Teryoshin deals with his homeland, which is gradually slipping into fascism.

The Master of Danish photography, Per Morten Abrahamsen participate at this year’s BERLIN PHOTO WEEK from 2nd to 4th of September, featured by Selected Artists with an extensive solo exhibition on 250m² at Uhura Basement (Weydemeyerstrasse 2 10178 Berlin Mitte). The exhibition will contain selected older works and recent works. Per Morten Abrahamsen has exhibited both in galleries and museums in Denmark and abroad, including solo shows at Aros Museum twice, The National Photo Museum, Kopenhagen/The black diamant (the national

Fotogalerie Friedrichshain and analogueNOW! are pleased to announce their first curatorial collaboration: an international group exhibition on the theme “Transition” that will open in September. The exhibition will showcase analogue photography projects focused on narrating change, capturing development or decline, and witnessing or challenging the turn of events. Either individual or collective, social or environmental, gradual or brutal, unexpected or chosen, a transition can be defined as a process of change, from a beforeness to an afterwards. If the notion of transition is inherent in all