Winners of The Swap Project revealed
Today we are delighted to reveal the 10 winners from The Swap Project, an initiative run by us with creativehub where the global community were invited to swap their best with one another. Out of 2,700 image uploads and 1,200 swap requests, the ten images highlight how photography is one of the most diverse and democratic art forms today. The winning images will be on show in a free exhibition alongside the Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition at Somerset House, London, from April 18 to May 6.
The creativehub is a multi-purpose arts platform connecting artists, art businesses, art galleries and arts organizations around the globe. Users can create online art stores, discover and sell new artists, swap prints, create or enter competitions, as well as easily ordering prints and safely storing archives. Find out more here.
Tim took this image of his daughter lost in a moment of daydream and movement.
This image is from Li Wentao 's larger body of work depicting mine dumps in China.
Dong Ni's aerial shot was taken in one of China's most industrial cities.
Tim took this image during a trip to Cumbria's Appleby Horse Fair, an annual fair where travelers meet.
This is a portrait of Baraka, the image is from Soraya's long-term project looking at albinism in Tanzania.
Tree by the lake on a snowy winter day. Bohinj lake, Slovenia