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PRAFOTA

2014 – 2020
  • prize
Open competition of project photography for Belarusian photographers. The award is given in three categories: documentary photography, art photography and digital storytelling. Held four times in 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2020. automatic translation

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2014

The first prize of PRAFOT'2014 took place . Finalists in the nomination "Documentary photography": "Euromaidan" by Alexander Vasyukovich; "Become a man?" Alexander Mikhalkovich; "We will never get older" by Alexei Naumchik; "Untitled", "598 Stolen Days" and "Two-legged friend" by Maxim Sarychev; "Veterans of the Second World War" by Vyacheslav Tsuranov. The winner in the nomination was Svetlana Yarkovich with the series “Between the Forest and the River”. The finalists in the Art Photography nomination were: Zhanna Gladko's Inciting Force; "The Past Dies Today" by Alexander Mikhalkovich; GENE.BY Olga Savich; See(ing) Alexandra Soldatova; Instagram by Alexey Shlyk. The Grand Prix in the nomination was received by Alexander Mikhalkovich with the project “Making the Internet Remember the Holocaust”. Aleksandra Soldatova (“Science”) and Sergey Konoplyanik (“After”) received special mention.

2015

The winners in the nomination "Documentary photography" were Alexander Vasyukovich and Daria Tsarik with the series "Every third", and the series "Natasha" by Vlad Gridin. Nomination finalists: Sergey Gudilin, "On the edge"); Sergey Lesket, "Agro"; Alexandra Soldatova, "Witness"; Maxim Sarychev, Voices of Students. Winners in the nomination "Art photography": Alexander Veledimovich , "Garden of Eden"; Maxim Sarychev , "Hello, weapons!". Finalists in the nomination: Sergey Konoplyanik, "Prologue"; Alexey Naumchik, Y Minsk; Alena Protosevich, "#perfectbody"; Ksenia Yurkova, Empty Expectations.

2017

This year, an additional third nomination "Digital Storytelling" was established . The winner in the nomination "Documentary photography" was Alexander Vasyukovich with a series of "Photos for memory". Finalists in the nomination: Sergey Balai, "Being a Suvorovite"; Denis Golovey, "Atomic Age"; Sergei Lesket, "Whisper"; Dmitry Novikov, Pedestrian Darkness; Alexandra Soldatova, "Testosterone"; Maxim Sarychev, 404: Not Found. The winner in the nomination "Art Photography" was Olga Savich with the project "Alphabet of War". Finalists in the nomination: Sergey Konoplyanik, "Between the Shadows"; Alexander Mikhalkovich, "Art Akbar!"; Alexey Naumchik, "Zybitskaya"; Lesya Pcholka, "I'm not here"; Maxim Sarychev, "Blind Zone"; Alexey Shlyk, Beads from apple seeds. Grand Prix in the nomination "Digital Storytelling" was awarded to Alexander Vasyukovich and Daria Tsarik "Every third. Behind closed doors." Finalists in the nomination: Maxim Bogdanovich, "Scars"; Sergei Gudilin, "The Island of Milk"; Sergey Gudilin, "On the edge"; Dina Danilovich, "Yes"; Alexander Mikhalkovich, "White sheet of paper"; Alexander Mikhalkovich, "Art Akbar! In search of Zaventem airport”; Lesya Pchelka, "Punishment with a drop of water"; Alexandra Soldatova, "Try to hear the music"; Alexandra Soldatova, "Post No. 1"; Maxim Sarychev, "Lunch"; Maxim Sarychev, "Two-legged friend".

  • 2020

  • The winner in the nomination "Art photography" was Masha Svyatogor with the series "Everybody dance!". Finalists in the nomination: Alexander Vasyukovich, Daria Tsarik, "Artifacts of Violence"; Dina Danilovich, Mikhail Gulin, "Struggle for Art"; Ekaterina Kuzmicheva, "Space - Time"; Olga Savich, Re: Story; Maxim Sarychev, "I can almost hear the birds"; Masha Svyatogor, "Kurasovshchina, my love!"; Igor Goncharuk, "What if I'm a spy?". The winner in the nomination "Documentary photography" was Evgeny Otkyy with the series "Confused". Finalists in the nomination: Dmitry Brushko, "The Last Child"; Elena Erashevich, "Just people"; Andrei Lenkevich, "Traditional Interior"; Maxim Sarychev, "Cold Spring"; Maxim Sarychev, "Untitled"; Maxim Sarychev, "I don't want to kill you"; Tatyana Tkacheva, "The Seasons of Faith"; The Will of Shukail, "Three Dreams of Tanya"; The Grand Prix in the Digital Storytelling nomination was awarded to the following projects: Maxim Sarychev, Olga Bychkova, Yulia Volchok, TUT.BY team, Resistance is Pointless ; Sergei Gudilin, Natalia Lubnevskaya, "Belarusian Zeros" . Finalists in the nomination: Dmitry Vasilkov, Yuri Glushkov, Yulia Kotskaya, Maxim Lavretsky, Anton Trofimovich, Andrey Shevlyuga, "Beyond the River"; Dmitry Vasilkov, Vladimir Gridin, Andrey Rabchik, Anton Trofimovich, "Grandfather Yuzyuk and Big October"; Irina Orekhovskaya, Anastasia Reznikova, "Almanacs. Wetlands under threat." Special Jury Mention: Tasha Orlova, "MAMA".

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