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Size Matters Juried Photography Competition and Group Exhibition

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SIZE MATTERS

 

OPEN CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHY

 

ShockBoxx, a cutting edge art gallery in Hermosa Beach California, is looking for all formats of photography for this upcoming Gallery Exhibition and Juried Photography Competition.

The top photography submissions will win a Cash Prize and Award Certificate, as well as receiving Featured Wall Space in the exhibition. Artworks will be judged based on creativity, interpretation, originality, quality of work, composition, and overall artistic ability.

Competition will also be featured on ARTSY.

Cash Prizes to top three pieces selected by jury.
 

Juried by:

Shannon Donnelly, of @barbiestyle

Leah Perrino, of Asymmetric Magazine

Jessie Cederblom, Internationally published photojournalist

ENTRY DEADLINE: Submit your entries from now until October 2nd, 2019.

Deadline: 
10/02/2019

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$25
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Photo Shoot: 2019

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A juried group photo show with an open theme at Black Box Gallery.

Deadline: 
09/10/2019

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$35.00
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Photography Artist Residency and Solo Exhibition

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This residency provides an opportunity for an artist to execute a new body of work, evolve an existing body of work, or develop a project in the CHAW Darkroom and Photography space. The residency offers up to twelve weeks of time and space to an artist or team of artists to experiment and realize new work in our darkroom and photographic facilites. The selected resident(s) will be expected to begin work in November 2019. The residency culminates in a solo exhibition of work produced during the residency in March 2020 in the CHAW Gallery. 
 
The darkroom has five Beseler condenser enlargers and the necessary chemistry to print silver gelatin photographs and to develop traditional black and white films. The room will support some alternative chemistry processes as well, and has a UV exposure box available. The Resident Artist would need to provide their own chemistry for anything other than a traditional black and white process. Residents will also have access to the large format digital printing facilities, which include an Epson 7890. 

Qualified applicants are professional individual artists or collaborative artist teams over the age of 18; the program is not designed for undergraduate students or commercial artists. Artists must be available to work in the CHAW darkroom during the length of the residency. CHAW will not provide housing for Darkroom Resident artists.

Artists working in all media are welcome to apply, but we require proposed projects to include a photographic practice. 

THE RESIDENT ARTIST WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE FOLLOWING DURING THEIR RESIDENCIES:
       -Work in the darkroom/photographic facilities at CHAW for a minimum of 10 hours/week.
       -Present an artist talk, workshop, screening, and/or other mutually agreed upon public event.
       -Create documentation of the artist’s creative process during the course of the residency. 
        This might take the form of blogging, video, journal, or social media, to be confirmed in conversation with the artist.
       -Bi-weekly check-ins with the Darkroom Residency Manager
       -Exhibit work produced during the residency in the main floor gallery space at CHAW

CHAW WILL PROVIDE
       -A $200 stipend
       -The Darkroom facilities and accompanying black and white photo chemistry
       -The Digital facilities including flatbed scanner, Canon Pro 100, and Epson 7890
       -Print and social media promotion
       -Month long solo exhibition
       -Opening reception for the public with refreshments
       -Refreshments, if appropriate, for workshop or other public event

Deadline: 
08/31/2019

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Fee Detail: 
$10 donation to support access to the arts in Washington DC
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Bird in Flight Prize '19: award for unconventional photographers

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Bird in Flight Prize is an international award for innovative approach to telling a story through a photograph, organized to support photographers who think outside the box of traditional artistic standards.

Authors from all over the world are welcome to participate. The choice of theme is unrestricted.

Prizes

  • The main prize is 2000 euros.
  • Ten best projects will be published by Bird in Flight and displayed at the exhibition at the Set art space in Kyiv in October.
  • Special prize in the nomination of the Panasonic Readers' Choice Award is Panasonic Lumix GX9 camera.
  • Fifteen participants will receive a rare opportunity to get in-depth reviews of their work by the jury board members.

 

A member of Magnum Photos Antoine d'Agata (Paris), a member of the Unseen advisory committee Emilia van Lynden (Amsterdam), YET Magazine editor-in-chief Salvatore Vitale (Zurich), artist Ola Lanko (Amsterdam), photographers Dmitry Kostyukov (Paris), and Vlad Sokhin (Chiang Mai) are on the panel of the contest judges.

Deadline: 
08/12/2019

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15 euros per project
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Contrive: A National Exhibition of Photo Manipulation and Surreal Photography

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Contrive is a national juried exhibition that features surreal photography and photo manipulation. This exhibition is open to all photography that involves transforming or altering a photograph using either digital or physical methods, such as long or double exposures, compositing, or digital software AS WELL AS photography that is surreal in content. Throughout history, photographers have created their own worlds using darkroom tricks and optical illusions. Today we can create our own peculiar worlds using real-life objects/settings, editing programs, or both. This exhibition is open to all artists living in the United States and will be juried by Amanda Bradley, and curated by d’Art Center Staff. The d’Art Center is Norfolk’s thirty-year-old art center and includes working professional artist studios and provides a wide variety of exhibitions and programming open to the public. The d’Art Center is located in the NEON district of Norfolk.

Deadline: 
08/11/2019

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Fee Detail: 
$35 for up to 3 Entries
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Opening PEP exhibition - « Interior »

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Opening PEP exhibition - « Interior »

What does the interior of a space reveal about its inhabitants? Houses, offices, corridors, waiting rooms... inside spaces are never really neutral. They are built and used by humans with a certain intention or ideology. They are places where people meet, events take place, stories are created. Interior photography, even in the absence of any character, reveals more than what is represented, inviting to wonder what happened or will happen inside, but also outside of the frame. The depicted spaces become like still lives that serve as a tableau of their occupant's inner life.

"Interior" is the first collective exhibition of PEP, the Photographic Exploration Project

OPENING: Saturday, August 10, 6-10 PM

Photo exhibition - Dance - Music

19:30 - 20:00
WURZELN - composed and performed by Ikrali Mamrikishivili and choreographed and performed by Mary Miracle. A short piece reflecting on the legacy of photographer Lee Miller.
Additional piano solo by Irakli Mamrikishivili

20:00 - 21:00
Ulysse (DJ)
Music is an experimentation of sensations helping us to find elements of our own truth. This project aims to explore those by embracing a purposely strong eclecticism in music selection.
https://soundcloud.com/ulysses-da-damaja/arks-of-winter?fbclid=IwAR32b2mViU42oNoIb-HdyhibDnKrxj_6wPe8nIqYMqs91TgfDT2ClCX-Akc

SUNDAY August 11, 3-5 PM

Photo Book WORKSHOP : Japanese Binding
This workshop is about the fundamental principles of bookbinding. You’ll learn how to work with prints and paper, from folding to stitching. In the end, you will have your own self-made book.

Max. number of participants: 10

Exhibition dates: August 11 - September 5, 2019
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 – 17:00

Photographers:
Anastasia Tikhonova, Robert Matejcek, Joseph Mougel, Kamila Stepien, Daido Fireyama, Larry French, Rebecca Bonjour, Tatyana Pelevina, Peter van Tuijl, Laura Blight, Joe Johnson, Anthony Watson, Nick Rasmussen, Robin Young, Cailean Couldridge, Aharon Kritzer, Jacob Weeks, Daihyun Ko, Adrian Wojtas, Birgit Lu Mazen, Rhea Gupte, Swen Bernitz, Rodolfo Gil, Refat Mamutov, Vincent Dupont-Blackshaw, Oliver Raschka, Martha Ormiston, Mariusz Soltysik, Robert Crifasi, Fred Mitchel, Michael Amato, Lee-Marie Sadek, Shaantanu Kulkarni, Ryan Dodd, Bolek Wanat

Location: Planet Flow
Blockdammweg 1, 10317 Berlin

Deadline: 
08/10/2019
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