International Singles

There were 42 finalists with 47 photos for the 2017 BSPF International Singles Contest.

Exhibition curators: Davide AlbaniSylvain BiardJakub JasionekDani OshiChris Suspect & Brussels Newsroom (Sedaile Mejias & Diego Luna Quintanilla)

Prize judges: Elena ChernyshovaThomas DworzakZisis KardianosJérôme SessiniIlya Shtutsa & Barry Talis

  • Kristina Koroleva (Russia) based in Moscow, Russia. [website] – First Prize
  • Frederik Sadones (Belgium) based in Ghent, Belgium. [website] – Second Prize
  • Edas Wong Kin Wing (Hong Kong) based in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. [website] – Public Prize
  • Abhishek Dani (India) based in Stuttgart, Germany. [website]
  • Angkul Sungthong (Thailand) based in Bangkok, Thailand. [website]
  • Artyt Lerdrakmongkol (Thailand) based in Bangkok, Thailand. [website]
  • Benoit Benedetti (France) based in Nice, France. [website]
  • Bernard Vanden Eynde (Belgium) based in Namur, Belgium.
  • Bruno Cunha (Brazil) based in Brasilia, Brazil. [website]
  • Dmitry Stepanenko (United Kingdom) based in London, United Kingdom. [website]
  • Faruque Islam (United States) based in Houston, United States.
  • Gareth Bragdon (United Kingdom) based in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. [website]
  • Gavin Bragdon (United Kingdom) based in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. [website]
  • Geert De Taeye (Belgium) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website]
  • Giacomo Vesprini (Italy) based in Porto San Giorgio, Italy. [website]
  • Hakim Boulouiz (Switzerland) based in Geneva, Switzerland. [website]
  • Jacek Szust (Poland) based in Wrocław, Poland. [website]
  • Jamie Fyson Howard (United Kingdom) based in Warsaw, Poland. [website]
  • Jatuporn Pateepaparnee (Thailand) based in Nonthaburi, Thailand. [website]
  • Julie Hrudova (Netherlands) based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. [website]
  • Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet (Thailand) based in New York City, United States. [website]
  • Kanrapee Chokpaiboon (Thailand) based in New York City, United States. [website]
  • Kevin Samuels (United States) based in Los Angeles, United States. [website]
  • Kristian Leven (United Kingdom) based in London, United Kingdom. [website]
  • Kristin Van Den Eede (Belgium) based in Ghent, Belgium. [website]
  • Luca Rossi (Italy) based in Padova, Italy. [website]
  • Luigi Chighine (Italy) based in Bologna, Italy.
  • Matteo Sigolo (Italy) based in Venice, Italy. [website]
  • Md Enamul Kabir (Bangladesh) based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. [website]
  • Michael May (Germany) based in Iserlohn, Germany. [website]
  • Nick Turpin (United Kingdom) based in London, United Kingdom. [website]
  • Reuven Halevi (Norway) based in Rome, Italy. [website]
  • Riccardo Cattaneo (Italy) based in Milan, Italy. [website]
  • Richard Mills (United Kingdom) based in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. [website]
  • Sakis Dazanis (Greece) based in Kozani, Greece. [website]
  • Sakulchai Sikitikul (Thailand) based in Songkhla, Thailand. [website]
  • Salvatore Giorgio Scalici (Italy) based in Palermo, Italy. [website]
  • Soumyendra Saha (India) based in Kolkata, India. [website]
  • Spiros Loukopoulos (Greece) based in Copenhagen, Denmark. [website]
  • Stefano Lista (Italy) based in Pescara, Italy. [website]
  • Svilen Nachev (Bulgaria) based in Svishtov, Bulgaria. [website]
  • Wojciech Ryzinski (Poland) based in Clonmel, Ireland. [website]

All finalist photos were printed and displayed in the Brussels Street Photography Festival from Friday, October 6 until Sunday, October 15, 2017 at Galerie Ravenstein, Brussels.

International Series

There were 11 finalists for the 2017 BSPF International Series Contest.

Exhibition curators: Davide AlbaniSylvain BiardJakub JasionekDani OshiChris Suspect & Brussels Newsroom (Sedaile Mejias & Diego Luna Quintanilla)

Prize judges: Elena ChernyshovaThomas DworzakZisis KardianosJérôme SessiniIlya Shtutsa & Barry Talis

Haris Panagiotakopoulos (First Prize)
Guille Ibanez (Second Prize)
Jolanta Mazur (Public Prize)
Alex Liverani (Honorable Mention)
Alexandre Chaplier
David Solomons
Kanrapee Chokpaiboon
Michael May
Nicolas Portnoi
Poike Stomps
Salvatore Giorgio Scalici
  • Haris Panagiotakopoulos (Greece) based in Heraklion, Greece. [website] – First Prize
  • Guille Ibanez (Spain) based in Manchester, United Kingdom. [website] – Second Prize
  • Jolanta Mazur (Poland) based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. [website] – Public Prize
  • Alex Liverani (Italy) based in Faenza, Italy. [website] – Honorable Mention
  • Alexandre Chaplier (France) based in Rabat, Morocco. [website]
  • David Solomons (United Kingdom) based in London, United Kingdom. [website]
  • Kanrapee Chokpaiboon (Thailand) based in New York City, United States. [website]
  • Michael May (Germany) based in Iserlohn, Germany. [website]
  • Nicolas Portnoi (France) based in Paris, France. [website]
  • Poike Stomps (Netherlands) based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. [website]
  • Salvatore Giorgio Scalici (Italy) based in Palermo, Italy. [website]

All finalist series were printed and displayed in the Brussels Street Photography Festival from Friday, October 6 until Sunday, October 15, 2017 at Galerie Ravenstein, Brussels.

Brussels Singles

There were 19 finalists with 26 photos for the 2017 BSPF Brussels Singles Contest.

Exhibition curators: Pieter DumoulinJakub JasionekDani OshiHakan SimsekChris Suspect & Brussels Newsroom (Sedaile Mejias & Diego Luna Quintanilla)

Prize judges: Ans BrysKurt Deruyter & Gaël Turine

  • Kevin Scarlett (United Kingdom) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website] – First Prize
  • Max Slobodda (Germany) based in Dortmund, Germany. [website] – Second Prize
  • Sigrid Debusschere (Belgium) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website] – Public Prize
  • Daniele Esposito (Italy) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website]
  • Dmitry Stepanenko (United Kingdom) based in London, United Kingdom. [website]
  • Elmer Van Der Marel (Netherlands) based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. [website]
  • Flaviano D’Erasmo (Italy) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website]
  • Frederik Sadones (Belgium) based in Ghent, Belgium. [website]
  • Geert De Taeye (Belgium) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website]
  • Ivan Put (Belgium) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website]
  • Jeffrey De Keyser (Belgium) based in Ghent, Belgium. [website]
  • Kristin Van Den Eede (Belgium) based in Ghent, Belgium. [website]
  • Kristof Vande Velde (Belgium) based in Ghent, Belgium. [website]
  • Michel Zeicher (Belgium) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website]
  • Raymond Regh (Germany) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website]
  • Sander De Wilde (Netherlands) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website]
  • Vincent Peal (Belgium) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website]
  • Virginie Caquot (France) based in Tirana, Albania. [website]
  • Ximena Echague (Argentina) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website]

All finalist photos were printed and displayed in the Brussels Street Photography Festival from Friday, October 6 until Sunday, October 15, 2017 at Galerie Ravenstein, Brussels.

Brussels Series

There were 5 finalists for the 2017 BSPF Brussels Series Contest.

Exhibition curators: Pieter DumoulinJakub JasionekDani OshiHakan SimsekChris Suspect & Brussels Newsroom (Sedaile Mejias & Diego Luna Quintanilla)

Prize judges: Ans BrysKurt Deruyter & Gaël Turine

Kevin Scarlett (First Prize)
Merlin Meuris (Second Prize & Public Prize)
Bram Petraeus
Sebastiaan Franco
Sharon Brouns
  • Kevin Scarlett (United Kingdom) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website] – First Prize
  • Merlin Meuris (Belgium) based in Brussels, Belgium. [website] – Second Prize & Public Prize
  • Bram Petraeus (Netherlands) based in Amersfoort, Netherlands. [website]
  • Sebastiaan Franco (Belgium) based in Ghent, Belgium. [website]
  • Sharon Brouns (Belgium) based in Antwerp, Belgium. [website]

All finalist series were printed and displayed in the Brussels Street Photography Festival from Friday, October 6 until Sunday, October 15, 2017 at Galerie Ravenstein, Brussels.

Social Media Award

International

  • Jarno Zampirollo – First place
  • Janusz Daga – Second place
  • Andrea Stratta – Third place

Brussels

  • Andrea Stratta – First place
  • Sigrid Debusschere – Second place
  • Mathieu Legel – Third place
Jarno Zampirollo
© Jarno Zampirollo
Andrea Stratta
© Andrea Stratta

First place photos for both International and Brussels Social Media Awards were printed as a postcard and given to visitors for free as a souvenir of the city during the Brussels Street Photography Festival 2017.

BSPF Photo Marathon

BSPF Photo Marathon sole winner: Sigrid Debusschere

Sigrid Debusschere
© Sigrid Debusschere

The photo was printed as a postcard and given to visitors for free as a souvenir of the city during the Brussels Street Photography Festival 2017.

BSPF ClikClik

There were 20 finalists for the 2017 BSPF ClikClik Contest.

Prize judges: Ilya Shtutsa (BSPF), Pascal Young (ClikClik) and Guy De Lombaert (ClikClik)

  • Merlin Meuris (Belgium). [website] – First Prize
  • – Jessica Chiappini (Italy) – Public Prize
  • – Alexandros Moridis (Greece). [website]
  • – Alison Adcock (United Kingdom). [website]
  • – Benoit Benedetti (France). [website]
  • – Brigitte Meuwissen (Belgium). [website]
  • – Claudia Caprile (Italy).
  • – Cristina Maria Chiorean (Romania). [website]
  • – Dany Hanneuse (Belgium).
  • Emiliano Rossi (Italy). [website]
  • – Flaviano Ettore D’Erasmo (Italy). [website]
  • – Harold Naeye (Belgium).
  • Jeffrey De Keyser (Belgium). [website]
  • Kevin Scarlett (United Kingdom). [website]
  • Laurent Gimp (Belgium). [website]
  • – Micaela Ortolano (Italy). 
  • Michel Zeicher (Belgium). [website]
  • – Sabine Mezzorecchia (Belgium).
  • Sigrid Debusschere (Belgium). [website]
  • – Vincent Heyché (Belgium).

All finalist photos were printed and displayed in the ClikClik exhibition for the Brussels Street Photography Festival on Sunday, October 8, 2017 at Hotel BLOOM!, Brussels.