Portrait of Humanity Winners Vol.4 announced

This year’s winning images serve as a powerful prism through which to understand a myriad of stories from around the globe: there are displays of joy, stoicism, hope and bravery – poignant reminders that 2021 proved there is light at the end of the coronavirus pandemic-induced tunnel. Portrait of Humanity recognises remarkable portraits that capture the moments that make us who we are. This year’s winning images serve as a powerful prism through which to understand a myriad of stories from around the globe: there are displays of joy, stoicism, hope and bravery – poignant reminders that 2021 proved there is light at the end of the coronavirus pandemic-induced tunnel. 

© Chiara Luxardo, Portrait of Humanity Vol.4 Single Image Winner

Three winning photographic series and 30 single photographs have been selectedby a panel of jurors at 1854 including British Journal of Photography’s Editorial Director Izabela Radwanska Zhang. Their work will be exhibited as part of a major internationally-touring exhibition which opens at PHOTO2022 in Melbourne between April 29 - May 22. The 30 photographs will also be published by Hoxton Mini Pressin the Portrait of Humanity book besides the awards’ shortlisted images.

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