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Brussels Street Photography Festival

Cover picture by Hendrik Braet – Street Still Life finalist
Cover picture by Hendrik Braet as taken from the BSPF official newsletter

Introduction

A few days ago we published a post about “10+5 things a Street Photographer can do when in forced lockdown quarantine because of the COVID-19 virus“. When we were writing this post, we already knew that our lives were changing. Today, only a few days later, the global scale of the virus has dramatically altered for the worst and we are noticing more and more changes because of this.

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The BSPF 2019 (Brussels Street Photography Festival) is back and is getting ready to showcase some of the best street photographs in its exciting 4th edition that will take place on the 4th and 6th of October 2019!

With increased excitement, the BSPF organisers are announcing some changes to their program. Changes that guarantee to make the festival much more dynamic and interesting than in previous years. So, this year the festival will include exhibitions, lectures, discussions, photo walks, and feedback that will all be available for free and open to all public. For more information on the program, please visit the official BSPF website at https://www.bspfestival.org/.

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This Week Streethunters.net 25/9/17 - 1/10/17

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Our weekly featurette This Week on Streethunters.net has returned once more to bring you your synopsis of the recent goings-on and happenings across the website and all our social media channels. If you’ve been out of the street photography news loop for a while and need a catch-up, you can browse through earlier weekly summaries on our This Week category page.

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Sylvain Biard BSPF winner cover
Sylvian Biard, First Prize Winner in BSPF 2016 International Series Contest

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The Brussels Street Photography Festival is fast approaching and time to submit photos for the contests is running short!

The BSPF will take place on October 6-8 across several locations in Brussels, and the deadline for Open Call is Tuesday, August 1st. The main exhibition of the BSPF will show the work of the selected finalists from the contests’ entries! The four different street photography contests are: the International Singles, the International Series, the Brussels Singles and the Brussels Series. Winners will be announced during the exhibition opening, on Friday, October 6, 2017. As the contest titles suggest, the International Singles and Series submissions can be photographs taken anywhere in the world. The Brussels Singles and Series submissions must be shot in the Brussels-Capital Region.

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Brussels Street Photography Festival Logo

Introduction

Just over the horizon, past the summer months, there’s a street photography event that’s not to be missed. Ladies and gentlemen, an Open Call is underway for the second edition of the Brussels Street Photography Festival (BSPF)!

The Brussels Street Photography Festival (BSPF) is a cultural project whose objective is to promote street photography as an urban research tool, a form of cultural communication and a visual art. Inspired by Brussels’ urban landscape, the main ambition is to provide an international platform that looks at Brussels through the fresh eyes of its citizens and engaged photographers. The festival will take place on October 6-8 across several locations in Brussels.

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A blockbuster street photography event is on the horizon and its dates on your calendar should definitely be highlighted. Be sure to mark October 28-30 for the Brussels Street Photography Festival!

The festival bills itself as a cultural project whose objective is to promote street photography as an urban research tool, a form of cultural communication and a visual art. And by the looks of what the organizers have plated, it will do just that. The festival’s main ambition is to provide an international platform that looks at Brussels through the fresh eyes of its citizens and engaged photographers, inspired by the city’s urban landscape.