Photography Award 2013 - the winner is announced

The winner of ‘Home, my Place in the World’Photography Award 2013 is Menno Aden from Berlin.  

Menno Aden’s work sets out to illustrate how young people in Berlin find themselves homeless due to the gentrification of deprived areas by affluent people whose property investments insidiously squeeze them out. The winning photographs portray the modest interior of abandoned homes and have been taken from an unusual bird's-eye perspective.

Judging the submissions were Anne Williams, London College of Communication - Francesca Marocchino, Guimet Museum, Paris - Neil Couzens, Wandsworth Museum, Michael Pritchard, The Royal Photographic Society, Keith Barnes, Director, Oxford School of Photography, Roberta Cremoncini, Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art - Roger Tooth, The Guardian - Tom Martin, Martin & Martin.

The Panel of Judges also applauded the submissions of the following top participants:

2. Carlo Gianferro

3. Stefano Morelli

4. Karolina Jonderko

5. Kai Loeffelbein

6. Sebastian Keitel

7. Michela Frontino

8. Mustafa Canbay 

9. Janos Torok

10. Bradley Secker

11. Fabian Weiss

12. Florian Zyba

13. Samuel Ivin

14. Gregory Michenaud

15. Rasmus  Degnbol

16. Francesca Cirilli

17. Dionysis Kouris

18. Mattia Vacca 

19. Joanna Szot

20. Karolina Sobel

Speaking for the Jury, Angelo Iudice, chairman of the organisation commented “The quality of this year’s submissions has been outstanding. The panel had a most difficult task identifying the winner. I would like to thank all participants whose magnificent works raises awareness on such important issues’ 

Home, my Place in the World, Photography Award 2013 received the patronage of Amnesty International, the British Council, the European Commission and the International Organisation for Migration and the Government of Apulia. The project’s sponsors are:  Harrods Casa Londra, E. MarinellaFedeli CashmereFood & wine Promotions, Gattarella Resort, Metro ImagingSan Domenico House



Join our team of friendly volunteers or, if you have a project in mind, get in touch.

We would love to hear from you


Get involved

How to help

All cash donations are invested in projects that aim to encourage a cultural dialogue between communities and countries worldwide.