KLPA2019 AWARDS AND EXHIBITION WILL TAKE PLACE ON 14 SEPTEMBER - 26 OCTOBER, 2019 AT ILHAM GALLERY, KUALA LUMPUR

2019 WINNERS

OPEN CATEGORY

1ST PRIZE

PATARIT PINYOPIPHAT Thailand

2ND PRIZE
LAURA PANNACK United Kingdom

 

3RD PRIZE
ANNIKA HAAS Estonia

 

HONOURABLE MENTION
TRISTAN STILL Australia

 


THEME CATEGORY - Unyielding Gaze

 

1ST PRIZE
DAN NELKEN United States

 

2ND PRIZE
CARLOTTA CARDANA Italy

 

3RD PRIZE
JEANNE TARIS France

 

HONOURABLE MENTION
MAXIME MATTHYS Belgium

 

 

 

OPEN CATEGORY FINALISTS

 

THEME CATEGORY FINALISTS - Unyielding Gaze

"The number of images was surprisingly manageable. It was interesting to notice how certain images kept appearing on our radar. In an environment where images are ubiquitous, the fact that certain narratives or visuals continued to make an impression is certainly commendable. 

Throughout the judging process, it became increasingly evident that the significance of the image was due to individual experience and perspective. All of us had our own politics informing our opinions, and it was largely about convincing the others that this particular narrative held enough weight to be awarded. "

 

CHARMAINE POH
 

2019 JUDGES

L-R : Kong Yen Lin, Enrico Stefanelli, Steven Lee, KLPA Director, Tom White, Hasnoor Hussain & Charmaine Poh

May 2019, The KL Journal, Kuala Lumpur

 

Pic by Munirah Rohaizan 

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JENS SCHWARZ Germany

Heidi, Catholic Carrick Hill area, Belfast, Northern Ireland, from the project 'Themmuns'. Themmuns is a photo project on youth in Northern Ireland. The title refers to a slang word for 'them ones'- the opposing side in Northern Ireland debates among Catholic Irish Republicans and Protestant Loyalists. Fellow members of one‘s own side are known as 'ussuns'.