THE TOKYO INTERNATIONAL
Photo ©: Daniel Castro Garcia, Ayumi Tanaka, Lydia Goldblatt, Bénédicte Vanderreydt, Seunggu Kim, Christian Vium
Have questions before you submit your images on climate change to the 7th Edition of the Tokyo International Photography Competition? Check out a few of our most frequently asked questions below.
IS THERE AN ENTRY FEE?
Yes. The entry fee is $40 per set of 5–10 images. There is no limit to the number of entries allowed per person.
WHAT IF I CANNOT AFFORD THE SUBMISSION FEE?
Scholarships are available for photographers from countries without acess to credit cards or where the $40 entry fee would be prohibitive. To apply, please fill out the scholarship application form.
IS THE COMPETITION OPEN TO PHOTOGRAPHERS WORLDWIDE?
The Tokyo International Photography Competition is open to all photographers around the world. Note: Photographers must be 18 years of age or older at the time of submission.
WHAT LANGUAGE SHOULD MY ARTIST STATEMENT BE WRITTEN IN?
Please write your statement in the language you feel most comfortable in.
WHO WILL DECIDE WHICH PHOTOGRAPHERS ARE SELECTED?
A select group of internationally renowned jurors from around the world will review all the images submitted and select the winning entries.
WHERE WILL THE WINNING EXHIBITION BE PRESENTED?
Selected photographers will be invited to have an exhibition of their work at the Tokyo Institute of Photography in Tokyo, Japan; the United Photo Industries Gallery in Brooklyn, New York; Wonder Foto Day in Taipei, Taiwan; and the PhotoIreland Festival in Dublin, Ireland.
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