Winners of the Budapest International Foto Awards 2020 exhibited at House of Lucie Budapest
We are proud to present the Budapest International Foto Awards private exhibition in the intimate space of the House of Lucie Budapest Gallery. The show was on view by appointment, from 1st till the 14th of July, 2021. The group exhibition showcased the winning images of the 2020 Budapest International Foto Awards, comprising 33 artworks of the 1st and 2nd place winners in each category.
The work of the following photographers was the part of the exhibition: Eduardo Lopez Moreno, Sabrina Komár, Amyn Nasser, Luca Rosati, Austin Irving, Jose Roberto Bassul, Simon Johansson, Jorge Novominsky, Daniel Antalfi, Lebohang Kganye, Gita Montazer, Torleif Lie, Földi László, Wei Ding, Arseniy Neskhodimov, Lara Alcantara, Nicoletta Cerasomma, Austin Irving, Tomoya Matsuura, Fabio Galvez, Gábor Hegyi-Kovács, Oliver Raschka, Karina Bikbulatova, Marco Marcone, Domenico Iannantuono, Werner Roelandt, Mieke Douglas, Irma Szabó, Mea Baráth, Natalia Krezel, Simone Francescangeli, Irina Petrova, Sebastiano Bellomo.
BIFA Vernissage at Hybridart Space Gallery, Budapest November 26th, 2019
The BIFA Vernissage took place at Hybridart Space Gallery, Budapest, on Tuesday, November 26th, from 7 to 9 pm. The exhibition comprised 40 images: the 1st and 2nd place winners of each category.
The work of the following photographers was part of the exhibition: Valery Melnikov, Nancy Farese, Cosimo Barletta, Mikhail Potapov, Márton Mogyorósy, Guntis Lauzums, Demetris Koilalous, Bruce Osborn, Rose Lecat, Ilaria Toscano, Anja Bruehling, Barbara Zanon, Peter Svoboda, Ty Stedman, Földi László, Andrea Francolini, Qian Jin, Elzbieta (ela) Kurowska, Jan Šmíd, Masumi Shiohara, Zhou Peng, Vladimir Spassov, Xavier Blondeau, You-ming Liu, Giulio Zanni, Giovanni Salvaggio, Ferenc Lorincz, Masaya Mizuno, Wioletta Sedlak, Matthew Portch, Chloe Meynier, Simone Arrigoni, Yukihito Ono, Marco Marcone, Adam Kiefer, Gabriela Segura, Ana Rego and Patrick Zélis.
Opening Hours: November 27 to December 3, 2019, from 12 to 6 pm. Closed on Sunday.
Location: HybridArt Space Gallery, Galamb utca 6, 1052 Budapest
A showcase of Award-winning Hungarian Photographers
Budapest International Foto Awards and his founder, Mr Hossein Farman, a Philanthropist, art collector, educator, photographer, curator and entrepreneur presented the most outstanding Hungarian creations of the photo competitions organized by Farmani Group.
Exhibiting photographers: Balazs Csizik, Tamas Dezso, Eszter Herczeg, Tibor Kercz, István Kerekes, Ferenc Ifj. Loricz, Bence Mate, Andrea Paolini Merlo, Simon Moricz-Sabjan, Fulop Schmal, Sandor Csortos Szabo, Csaba Tokolyi, Adrienn Vincze.
For the first time, Hossein Farmani announced the Budapest International Photo Awards (BIFA). The winning entries will be presented at a large-scale exhibition in several venues in November 2019.
The exhibition took place at Fest;Tisztit Gallery, from the 17th to the 23rd of April 2019.
How to enter the fine art photography market?
Mai Mano House hosted the presentation held by Mr Hossein Farmani, founder and president of the Lucie Awards and Lucie Foundation in New York City, International Design Awards, Px3 Paris Photography Prize and more…
Mr. Farmani gave a talk on the collection of the Farmani Fine Art Photography as well as the aspects of collecting photographic art and how to market fine art prints on front of an attentive group of over 70 photographers, Gallery owners and photography enthusiasts.
Hossein also introduced two projects within the Farmani Group, IPA (International Photography Awards and BIFA (Budapest International Photography Awards).
Lecture at Mai Mano House, Budapest on Wednesday, May 17, 2019.