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The show

The Sony World Photography Awards promoted by the World Photography Organization and Sony with the Main Partnership of the Fiera Milano Foundation and the Stelline Foundation will be hosted in Milan from 14 September to 30 October 2022 . The proceeds from the exhibition will go to the Fondazione Progetto Arca onlus for the Ukraine emergency. The exhibition allows you to admire the winning and finalist photographs of the most heterogeneous photo contest in the world. This year the Awards, now in their fifteenth edition, have received over 340,000 applications from 211 territories.

Last April, following the awarding of the awards, the Sony World Photography Awards 2022 exhibition was hosted at Somerset House in London. The event, in Italy, will be hosted in Milan in the prestigious location of the Stelline Foundation.

Among the works on display, you can admire the Migrantes project by Australian photographer Adam Ferguson, who won the title of Photographer of the Year, the works of Federico Borrella, awarded 2nd place in the Wildlife and Nature category at the Professional edition , those of Giacomo Orlando and Alessandro Gandolfi, who won 3rd place respectively in the Environment and Still Life category, in addition to the National Award winner Antonio Pellicano's project, Rise Up Again.


Works on display

Timetable and tickets


Corso Magenta, 61
20123 Milan


More on the program

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Federico Guida

Until 11 December 2022

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Omar Hassan

Until 08 January 2023

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Luigi Veronesi

Until 27 November 2022

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Until 30 November 2022

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Until 06 December 2022

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