On the occasion of the exhibition Zaha Hadid in Italy MAXXI is promoting a photography contest open to all, with participants asked to provide their own reinterpretation of the extraordinary architecture built in Italy by the Anglo-Iraqi architect.
The best shots will be selected and incorporated within the exhibition while the winning photographers will receive a complimentary MAXXI entrance ticket to be used during the period of the exhibition.
How it works
The contest is open to all, including amateur photographers and enthusiasts.
Participants can enter and send their shots by completing the form below from 21 June through to 4 September 2017.
A jury of experts will select the photos that best interpret the sense of the contest. These shots will then be incorporated in the exhibition Zaha Hadid in Italy from the month of September 2017.
The contest features the following five projects:
– the Terminal Marittimo in Salerno
– the Messner Mountain Museum at Plan de Corones
– the Generali Tower and CityLife housing complex in Milan
– the Afragola high speed rail station
– MAXXI in Rome
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