The Brussels Street Photography Festival (BSPF) is a cultural project whose objective is to promote street photography as an urban research tool, a form of cultural communication and a visual art. The main ambition of the BSPF is to delve deeper into those visual elements that define the contemporary identity of Brussels from a local and a global perspective.
During its two editions, the BSPF has created an inspiring network of collaborations between renown photographers, photography enthusiasts, cultural institutions and urban actors. The BSPF program includes a series of public activities, workshops, contests and exhibitions whose yearly setting-up envisions public space as a constant renewable resource.
“The BSPF not only documents the street through images but it celebrates the street by encouraging the simple act of walking”
Daniel Osorio, Diego Luna Quintanilla, Sedaile Mejias, Jos Horbach
Anne Baraquin, Noemi Rodrigo Sabio, Aurore Smael, Barbara Sandra, Catherine Modert, Eva Deront, Fabricio Santos, Laura Basagni, Lucrezia Fratocchi, Nico DeKeyser, Paola Hernandez, Sigrid Debusschere, Sojail, Ana Cuellas, Valentina Calá, Marzia Cerio, Jakub Jasionek, Forrest Walker, Abhishek Dani, Chris Suspect
With the support of
Brussels Newsroom, WorldSP.co, Ville de Bruxelles, Visit Brussels, Magnum Photos, Hotel BLOOM!, BELvue Museum, 4041, Galerie Ravenstein, Laboriver, Creative District, Les Cercles des Voyageurs, Villo!, ClikClik, The Photo Academy, Muntpunt, Motiontribe, USE-IT, Embassy of Israel