Pride Photo Award is an annual international contest for photos about sexual and gender diversity.

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About the 2019 contest

About the 2019 contest

  Pride Photo Award is an annual international contest for photos about sexual (LGBT) and gender diversity. We are looking for top quality photography on the following topics:   non-stereotypical images of gender, masculinity and femininity the diversity of the LGBT community   The contest has started on July 6th and has ended on Monday

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Pride Photo Award is back with an exhibition at Amsterdam Central Station

Pride Photo Award is back with an exhibition at Amsterdam Central Station

Kicking off the Amsterdam Pride for 2019, Pride Photo Award presents the exhibition Remember the Past, Create the Future at Amsterdam Central Station. From July 12th, the Lil’ Amsterdam Passage features winning photos from our previous editions that have a link with the past, the future, or both.   ‘Remember the Past, Create the Future’

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Exhibition Program 2016

Exhibition Program 2016

EXHIBITION TOUR 2016 – 2017 SKOPJE – Macedonia | National Gallery of Macedonia – Mala Stanica 5-17 December 2017   National Gallery of Macedonia Jordan Mijalkov  18      1000 Skopje        VISITING HOURS: Monday : closed            Tuesday : 10.00 – 18.00              Wednesday : 10.00 –

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Virtual exhibition 2015

Virtual exhibition 2015

Did you miss the exhibition at the Oude Kerk, this autumn? You can now enjoy the awesome 360-degree virtual tour of this year’s exhibition as if you are there. Three extra languages have been added: Chinese, Japanese and Portuguese, so people from all over the world can read the background information on the winning images.

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Audience Award sends clear message; hands off of love!

Audience Award sends clear message; hands off of love!

The 2015 Audience Award is won by the single image ‘Muslim Pride’ by Mariam Magsi. 18% of the voters chose this picture as their favorite. The runner up is Tatiana Vinogradova’s portrait series ‘Days of Melancholy’ about Russian gays who are being herded back into the closet by the ban on ‘LGBT propaganda’. Third came

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Visitors deeply impressed by the 2015 exhibition

Visitors deeply impressed by the 2015 exhibition

First the Red Light District with prostitutes behind windows. Then, after all those rooms of depravity the beauty of the Old Church and within the exhibition Pride Photo Award 2015. For tourists the exhibition is a big surprise: ‘a contrast of extremes’, says Kasi, one of the hosts. Other visitors know what they can expect,

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