The Royal Photographic Society is set to host the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year exhibition at its Bristol gallery from 20th November to 12th December 2021.
This is the tenth year of the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year, which has become the world’s leading food photography and film competition.
Dr Michael Pritchard FRPS, Director of Education and Public Affairs of The Royal Photographic Society, said ‘The RPS is excited to present the visual feast that will be the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2021 exhibition at its new gallery space in Bristol and are proud to be the first venue to host the finalist work outside London. This showcase of the world’s best food photography is sure to satisfy the city’s ardent foodies and the wider public.’
Speaking about the exhibition, Caroline Kenyon, Founder/Director of the Awards, said ‘It is a huge honour for us to be invited to hold our tenth-anniversary exhibition at The Royal Photographic Society, with its extraordinary heritage and place in the world history of photography.’
The competition has over 20 categories, with subjects ranging from the Politics of Food to Food Portraiture, and the images tell a huge range of stories about food.
As well as celebrating stunning photography and raising awareness of issues relating to food, the competition can have a major impact upon the photographers who take part. Last summer we spoke with Donna Crous who told us how the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year had changed her life.
This year’s deadline for entering the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year competition is 7th February. Visit Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year for more information and to enter.
The winners will be announced at an online awards evening on 27th April 2021.