Happy to share this story on my series All This Love beautifully written by journalist Sara Rosen:
Photo 2021, the Australian International Festival of Photography in Melbourne,
displays the winning images of this year’s Portrait of Humanity Award/BJP 1854
all in the streets around Melbourne as part of their public outdoor exhibition.
Happy to see "Lilly and Waltraud" from my series All This Love among the
intense images of the other winners.
This is a great way to have work displayed - not only in times of a pandemic!
Article on Slate/France
about my All This Love series
by independent French journalist
"Irene and Günter" was chosen as the first runner-up, "Nila and Engelbert" as a finalist for the Focus on the Story Portrait Awards 2021! Both images are part of my series All This Love.
Focus on the story is a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, whose mission is to support and encourage visual storytellers of diverse backgrounds in bringing attention to critical issues, bridging cultural gaps, and sparking social change.
The Focus on the story international Photo Festival takes place in Washington, D.C. In 2021, most of its programming will move online.
Nila and Engelbert (All This Love), Finalist
"Congratulations, you are one of the 13 winners of the Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards!!
We are really thrilled that we will be able to show your work
as part of our London poster exhibition which will be viewed by thousands!"
(email Alison Zavos, Founder Feature Shoot/The Print Swap, February 19, 2021)
"Lilly and Waltraud" from my series All This Love
has been selected as one of the single image winners of
Portrait of Humanity/BJP 1854 Award 2021!
© Louie Villanueva, Exposure Billboard Exhibition in Calgary, CA featuring "Lilly and Waltraud" from All This Love
2021 Tokyo International Foto Awards
My series All This Love wins Gold in the People/Portrait category!
"Exposure’s curated exhibitions, the International Open Call and Emerging Photographers Showcase, will be hosted at Contemporary Calgary, a significant visual arts destination dedicated to modern and contemporary art. The exhibitions present a broad range of works, including photojournalism and photocollage, abstract and politically engaged photography, and works that embrace social and individual experience, as well as visual explorations of identity and personal narratives.
The Exposure 2021 International Open Call exhibition will feature the work of photographers and visual artists based around the world who incorporate, celebrate or challenge the photographic medium within their practices. Selected by MaryAnn Camilleri, Director of The Magenta Foundation, the exhibition will present the works of contemporary photographers based in Canada, USA, UK, Italy, South Korea, Netherlands, Germany and Argentina."
Exposure Billboard will show the work of 31 international and local artists and photographers via digital billboards located throughout the city. Photographs will be hosted in six different locations for a three-week duration [February 1 - February 21]. Exposure continues to provide innovative ways for Calgarians to engage with the arts." (Quoted from the Exposure 21 Press Pack)
"Lilly and Waltraud" (2020) is exhibited at Contemporary Calgary, the former Centennial Planetarium. The exhibition opens as soon as it is safe to do so. In the meantime, you can find their image displayed via digital billboards throughout the city of Calgary. The series All This Love can be seen here: Online International Open Call Exhibition.
The virtuel exhibition tour of the Exposure Exhibitions at Contemporary Calgary can be seen here:
All images by © Louie Villanueva
SE Center Open
Juror Doug Beasley
SE Center For Photography, South Carolina, US
Irene and Günter (All This Love)
Monthly Photography from South Korea, the oldest photography magazine there established in 1966, featured some images of All This Love in its January 2021 issue exploring the theme of "love". The aim of this edition is "to melt the frozen heart of those who live in the Covid-19-period" (Yihyun Park, editor Monthly Photography)