The CitiesToBe Photo Award is a biennial photography contest for images that portray cities and their challenging, yet inspiring complexity
Organized by Barcelona-based consulting company Anteverti, the CitiesToBe Photo Award is a biennial international urban photography contest for images that portray cities and their challenging, yet inspiring complexity.
Created in 2019, the contest is born from Anteverti’s strong commitment to artistic creation, which we consider a key driver of contemporary urban societies. With this initiative, we intend to support photographic creators who use the city as their main theme, and reward and disseminate works that inspire new reflections on the challenges facing the urban world today.
The 1st Edition of the CitiesTobe Photo Award was launched in December 2019 with an open call, which received 533 images from more than 60 countries in all continents. ‘Vorkuta’, by Russian photographer Roman Demyanenko, was awarded with the first prize and the image became part of Anteverti’s Urban Photography Private Collection.
After having received 1,189 images from 94 countries, the 2nd Edition of the CitiesToBe Photo Award proclaimed as the final winner the Canadian photographer Nathalie Daoust for its work ‘In the shadow of the big city.
Canadian photographer Nathalie Daoust is the winner of the CitiesToBe Photo Award 2023 for its work ‘In the shadow of the big city’ | Read more ↓
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