Accordingly, the two certificates were presented to two photo collections themed ‘Traditional Crafts’ in the print section and ‘Vietnam Viewed from Above’ in the digital session.
Regarding individual photo awards, Vietnamese photographer Dzung Nguyen has also won an honourable mention certificate for his photo entitled ‘Phoi Chieu Coi’ (Drying sedge mat).
Each participating photographic federation in the 29th FIAP Colour Biennial 2021 could select their own works or collections for submission, with a title for the collection being mandatory. The works must not have been sent to any previous FIAP Biennials.
The entries were limited to 10 photographs in the colour prints section and 20 works in the digital colour images section.
Great Britain was named as the winner in the print section for its collection ‘Minimalistic Landscapes’ while Russia was crowned in the digital section for the collection ‘On the nature of female beauty’.
Vietnam’s entries to the contest were selected from nearly 760 artworks by 200 photographers by the VAPA.
Selected photos from the collection ‘Vietnam Viewed from Above’: