In pictures: Syngenta Photography Award 2015 winners
This year’s international Syngenta Photography Award competition took the theme of ‘scarcity and waste’ to raise awareness of increasingly limited resources around the world.
American photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz won this year’s Syngenta Photography Award which was on the theme of ‘scarcity-waste’. His project is called ‘water’ and is described as a photographic exploration of a natural resource in crisis.
Drought in Kenya by Stefano De Luigi (Italy)
Abandoned Island Development, Dubai, United Arab Emirates by Richard Allenby-Pratt (UK)
Urban structures growing up on the middle of the river by Rasel Chowdhury (Bangladesh)
Shijiazhuang, AQI 360. Shijiazhuang, Shanghai, China by Benedikt Partenheimer (Germany)
Abandonment, Uummannaq, Greenland by Camille Michel (France)
Pulling of the well, Tharpakar, Pakistan by Mustafah Abdulaziz (US)
The photographs by the six finalists will be included in The Syngenta Photography Award ‘scarcity-waste’ exhibition at Somerset House. Presented alongside the six finalists’ photographs will be works by 40 additional international photographers that powerfully illustrate specific issues relating to this year’s theme.
Scarcity and waste exhibition runs until 10 April 2015, East Wing Galleries, Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA, somersethouse.org.uk
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