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Shortlisted Photos from the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards

326,000 submissions from photographers in 195 countries for the Sony World Photography Awards, this year . Winner will announced 2019 mid-April. the World Photography Organisation has released its shortlist for the Open and Youth competitions.

All shortlisted and winning images will be part of the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards exhibition at Somerset House in London. The show will run from April 18 to May 6, 2019.

February 26 will announce Open category and National Awards winners, as well as the Overall Open and Youth winners’ reveal on April 17.

Hubris Part I” by Katarzyna Young, South Africa, Shortlist, Open, Architecture (Open competition), 2019 Sony World Photography Awards. “The new US embassy in London known as the New London Embassy, was designed by Kieran Timberlake and built in Nine Elms beside the River Thames. Essentially, it is a glass cube enveloped in shimmering sails of plastic. The ‘transparent crystalline cube’ is intended to symbolize ‘transparency, openness, and equality’, according to the architects. The unusual form of the building’s facade is designed to minimize solar glare while still allowing natural light into the office spaces. The reflective facade shifts in color according to the weather and the position of the sun.
I find this building utterly fascinating, simple yet alluring. My intention was to create an image that encapsulates its beauty and unique form.”
Interactive installation by teamLab. The light of lamps reacts according to the movement of a person. This exhibit is permanently installed in Odaiba, Tokyo.
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