LFI Sonderhefte / Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2012
Frank Hallam Day: Alumascapes – 2012 Winner. The US photographer used staged pictures to document people’s alienation to nature.
Stefan Bladh: Stasis – Enchanting images beyond space and time, where the seemingly incidental becomes the main focus.
Tamas Dezso: Here, Anywhere – An aesthetically-designed criticism of society: pictures from Hungary and Romania 20 years after political transformation.
Arnhel de Serra: When the Sun Set Over the Royal – Photos of staged country life, taken at agricultural shows in Great Britain.
Michael Goldberg: Strangers – Unadorned portraits of passers-by reveal the theatrical side of street photography.
Konstantin Salomatin: The End – Bizarre and dismal images from the Russian countryside, where inhabitants prepare for the apocalypse.
Michael Christopher Brown: The Libyan Revolution – Colour-intensive iPhone pictures that draw the violent Libyan revolution back into public awareness.
Fausto Podavini: Mirella – A haunting and touching black & white series about a love in risk of slipping into oblivion.
Jason Andrew: The Abandoned African Footballers of Turkey – Pictures of the daily life of a scammed African football team.
Michael Frank: 23_05_2007 – A small behavioural study of the anonymous daily life of people in the heart of a big city.
Piotr Zbierski: Pass by me – Newcomer Award 2012. Unusual and somewhat unearthly black & white images of an inner and outer journey.
- Frank Hallam Day: Alumascapes – 2012 Winner. The US photographer used staged pictures to document people’s alienation to nature.