The Alfred Fried Photography Award is now open for entries!
We invite you to enter your images to the Alfred Fried Photography Award.
The top five listed photographers will be awarded the Alfred Fried Photography Award Medal.
The Children Peace Image of the Year will receive
The Children Peace Image of the Year is sponsored by Vienna Insurance Group
All winners will be invited to Vienna to the award ceremony at the Austrian Parliament on 20 September 2018.
And will take part in worldwide exhibitions. Entry deadline is the 27 May 2018. See the Frequently Asked Questions for all the details.
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The winner of the Alfred Fried Photography Award will receive the sum of € 10,000. In addition, the top five listed photographers will be awarded the
Alfred Fried Peace Medal. The winner of the Childen Peace Image of the Year will receive the sum of € 1,000. The Special Award of the Jury for the best single picture entry will receive the sum of € 1,000.
The award ceremony will be held at the Austrian Parliament in Vienna on 20 September 2018, days ahead of the UN International Peace Day.
The winning picture will be on display for one year at the Austrian Parliament and will be included in the permanent art collection of the Austrian Parliament. (click here). All submitted images have the chance to take part in international exhibitions.
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The Alfred Fried Photography Award welcomes new jury membersThe Alfred Fried Photography Award is proud to welcome two new jury members, Ms Stephanie Harke, photo editor, stern and Ms Kathrin Kosaca, deputy editor in chief and art director, stern VIEW.
Peace and photography enjoy a special relationship. The work of photojournalists has always helped make people aware of the need for and rewards of a life of peace. Regrettably they usually achieved this with pictures of the opposite – war and hunger. The organizers of the Alfred Fried Photography Award call on the photographic community to focus on peace in the world and to communicate this strongly in the media and to the public at large.