The “Brangulí was here—what about you?” participative project between the CCCB and Barcelona Photobloguers wants to know how professional and amateur contemporary photographers see the city of Barcelona at the start of the 21st century.

This competition is open to natural persons who are of age, resident anywhere in the world, regardless of their nationality.

Deadline for the submission of photographs: 9 September 2011

CRITERIA for the publication of images at

The work of Brangulí must be the departure point and inspiration for photographers who submit images to this competition. Whereas Brangulí’s work represents the city’s passage from the 19th century to the 20th, your images must represent ways of seeing 21st-century Barcelona.

All images submitted must be of Barcelona since the year 2000.

The photographs must correspond to one of the themes photographed by Brangulí and presented in the exhibition:
1. Barcelona by night
2. Beaches
3. Emblematic premises (shops, bars, etc.)
4. Industrial spaces
5. Museums
6. Political and social events
7. Street life
8. Transports
9. Urban remodelling
10. Work places

No photographs taken with the clear intention of advertising a brand, product or association will be accepted.

All photographs must respect the right to privacy of individuals and their image in accordance with Organic Law 1/1982, of 5 May, on the civil protection of the right to reputation, personal and family privacy, and image.

Photographs that do not comply with these conditions will not be accepted for the competition or published on

Curatorship and exhibition at the CCCB

A selection of the 10 best photographs (the best in each of the 10 categories) will be shown at the CCCB.

A team of curators will select the shortlisted photographs to be printed up in a special format for an exhibition at the CCCB from 20 September to 23 October 2011. The photographs submitted will be projected as part of the exhibition.

The team of curators is made up of the Head of Exhibitions at the CCCB, Jordi Balló, Head of Communications at the CCCB, Imma Mora, Fran Simó of Barcelona Photobloguers and the curators of the exhibition “Brangulí: Barcelona, 1909-1945”, Valentín Vallhonrat and Rafael Levenfeld.