Blurb & PhotoIreland Photo Book Submissions. Deadline: June 10, 2011

Blurb & PhotoIreland Festival Open Call: Photo Book Submissions now open.

Blurb and PhotoIreland are looking for 20 great contemporary photography books to exhibit during the festival.
This is a great opportunity to showcase your outstanding Blurb photography book at PhotoIreland, that this year has a special focus on photo books, celebrating its first Book & Magazine Fair. The fair will start the 15th of July with the opening of ‘Martin Parr’s Best Books of the Decade’, an exhibition offering Parr’s personal selection of the 30 most important publications. Blurb will offer bookmaking seminars, and the popular Carousel Slide Slam in conjunction with Foto8 and Harry Hardie.

The 20 selected Blurb books will be available for all to see at the fair.
After PhotoIreland, they will travel to Belfast Photo Festival’s opening weekend in 5-7 August.

Interested? Read on to find out more.

Entry Guidelines
We’re looking for outstanding contemporary photography books that show a strong creative/photographic identity and high technical and conceptual standards. They should stand out and grab our judges attention!

The Jury
Moritz Neumüller, Curator of PhotoIreland
Angel Luis Gonzalez, Director of PhotoIreland
Rachel Stanley, Marketing, Blurb

The Deadline
Submit your book by June 10, 2011.

How To Enter Your Book
Please email a link to your Blurb book to: photoireland@blurb.com

Your book must be set to public so we can see it and if your book is selected we will ask you to give us written permission to show it at the festivals. We have a form – so you won’t need to do any extra work!

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