Circulation(s), festival of young European photography will be held for its 9th edition at CENTQUATRE-PARIS from 13th April 2019.
The collective THE RED EYE (Audrey Hoareau and François Cheval) is named at the artistic direction of the Circulation(s) festival 2019.
The call for application of the Circulation(s) festival is extended until Septembre 30th, midnight (Paris time).
We call for entries from photographers and photographic artists with images that are dedicated to the theme
This exhibition will be on view from November 14th until december 23th, 2018, in Galerie Sehnsucht. Jury this time, will be the gallerists themselves. It will show their own selection from the works that were submitted in the call. The deadline for the call is october 19th 24.00 hours 2018.
Since this call is for the last exhibition in the dark months of 2018 we have a challenging and exciting theme: Winterreise. Winter is a time of cosiness and warmth at home, and beautiful white landscapes, but can also be the bitter time of harsh coldness, desolation and discomfort. Picturalists like Stieglitz captured winter as harmless beautiful frozen landscapes, but you only have to think of the photos of Josef Koudelka, the paintings by Caspar David Friedrich or Schubert’s famous Winterreise to know that wintertime is not necessarily the happiest time of the year. Josef Koudelka photographed scared dogs in abandoned winter parks and isolated wanderers fighting the snow, just as Friedrich painted this kind of scenes 200 years earlier. Schubert’s hero sets of in a dark and freezing winter night, mocked by ravens, to rid of his lost love. But on the other hand, Martin Parr had great fun capturing people during winterholidays, Inge Morath photographed winter most idyllically, and Agnus McBean enjoyed himself with making fun christmas cards.
What we are looking for, is artistic photography showing the feeling of a Winterreise. Of course you can send in your best winter landscape photo’s. But we want the Winterreise-exhibition also to be a timeless show, dealing with various emotions, feelings and atmospheres. Images of (lost) loves, romance, grief and hurt, happiness and loneliness, comfort and security, coldness, nature and trees, ravens and stray dogs and yes, of winter. Get inspired by the great masters of photography, by the music with its strong visual imagery (if you’d like the full text you can read it here, or listen here), or freestyle and follow your own ideas on the theme.
What will you show us?
Your work can be anything from a straight photograph, to manipulated and even drawn Photoshop projects, from alternative 19th century photographic techniques to modern, computer made images, as long as it’s based on one or more photographic images (no drawings or paintings) and you can show us how it looks by sending us a digital file. Learn how to participate and send us your best work by clicking here.
A Vijverhofstraat 34, Rotterdam, NL
More information: http://www.galeriesehnsucht.com
The PHmuseum Women Photographers Grant aims to empower the work and careers of female and non-binary professionals of all ages and from all countries working in diverse areas of photography. Moving into its second edition, its mission is to support the growth of the new generations and promote stories narrated from a female perspective, while responding to the need to work for gender equality in the industry.
To participate, you are invited to submit one or more projects centered around a specific theme, narrative or concept. All kind of photography is welcome, with our independent panel of judges that will take care of reviewing the submissions and awarding the prizes according to their own criteria. To submit a work, please follow these guided steps:
How to participate
Simply click on Apply Now to start your submission and follow the guided process. You will be asked to create an account or login.
Upload between 8 and 20 photos. At least 4 of them must have been shot after 1 January, 2015. We recommend that the images are at least 1000px on the shortest side and weigh around 2MB. You can present more than one project, but they must be submitted one at a time.
Review your story, being aware that you will not be able to modify it after submission. Once you are ready, pay the entry fee and submit. Our judges will review all entries, with winners to be announced in November 2018. To submit another project simply click on Apply Now.
￼DIFFERENT WORLDS – 6TH INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION FOR YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHERS FROM THE CENTRAL AND EAST EUROPE (CEE)
Open call for young and emerging artists in the field of contemporary art photography organised by Photon Gallery – Centre for Contemporary Photography from Ljubljana. The first prize, the Luka Koper Photography Award, amounts to 1.000€ for the production cost of a solo exhibition at Photon Gallery. The selection of 10 best applicants will be awarded 200€ put towards their production expenses with their work exhibited in a group exhibition in Ljubljana, Vienna and elsewhere. Photon will also cover the travel expenses and one-night stay for the first three applicants to attend the exhibition opening in Ljubljana.
The call is open to artists up to 35 years of age (including those born in 1983) who work in the CEE region (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia) or who come from these states and work abroad.
There is no prescribed theme for the call. We accept the works in the wide range of photography and photography-related practices (photography, photomontage, photo-collage, photo-installation, appropriation of found photographs, etc.). The jury will, however, favour works which exhibit originality, unconventionality, and innovation both in their formal approach and in regard to the selected themes and concepts.
The applications should be submitted by 10 September 2018.
The candidates will be informed of the results of the call by 10 October 2018.
The selection of the artists and the works will be in the hands of the independent international jury composed of dr. Peter Konschake (a photographer and the founder of the STP Galerie in Greifswald, Germany, which specializes in Eastern European art with the focus on photography), Gerhard Gross (project manager at the Kulturvermittlung Steiermark in Graz; artist, curator and the organiser of the photography biennale Photo Graz – Styrian Photo Biennale) and Dejan Sluga (director and the programme manager at the Photon Gallery in Ljubljana and Vienna).
THE APPLICATION SHOULD INCLUDE:
• The artist’s portfolio of maximum two completed projects or projects in the process, each can include maximum 10 photographs, in the resolution of at least 1,800 pixels on the long side in PDF or JPG format.
• The description of the projects and the concepts (in English) up to 1,500 characters.
• A short biography of the applicant.
• Additional technical specifications: format and dimensions of the works, optimal way of presentation in an exhibition format.
SUBMISSION OF THE APPLICATION
The complete application should be packed in one zip file and entitled in the following format:
Please send the zip file together using the application form at http://bit.ly/DW2018apply.
If you encounter any issues with submitting your application please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The selected artists’ work will be presented in a group exhibition at Photon Gallery, opening on 14 November and lasting until 7 December 2018. The exhibition, accompanied by a catalogue, will then travel from Ljubljana to Vienna and also to other cities, where the project’s partners are located. In 2016 the exhibition was hosted in Bratislava, The House of Photography and in Budapest, Viltin Gallery. The 2017 selection of works was also shown in Vienna and will be exhibited as a part of the Month of Photography in Bratislava in November 2018.
OUR CONTACT INFORMATION
For additional information contact us at email@example.com and phone number +386 59 977907 (Monday to Friday from 12 to 6 pm); contact person: Špela Pipan.
Photon – Center za sodobno fotografijo
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M: +386 40 168023
JOBS AT FORMAT
FORMAT are delighted to announce a number of part time and short term contract positions to work with the FORMAT team to help deliver the next edition of the festival in 2019.
So come and join our team by applying to one of the following roles.
East meets West Masterclass Programme
FORMAT, QUAD and GRAIN Projects are delighted to announce a new collaborative project that will provide twenty emerging artists and photographers currently residing in the Midlands with a professional development opportunity.
At the Masterclasses you will learn from industry leaders including photographers, curators, directors and producers about portfolio development and receive advice regarding competitions, commissions, exhibitions, funding, distribution and editing. The sessions will also discuss socially engaged, editorial and fine art photography and the photobook.
Tara Wray’s photobook, Too Tired for Sunshine (Yoffy Press, July 2018), confronts depression by documenting the beauty, darkness, and absurdity of everyday life, and it’s the inspiration for the Too Tired Project.
If you use photography in a similar way, we hope you will share your work with us. We want to continue a dialogue about mental health and art.
To submit to this ongoing curated series of photographs just tag #tootiredproject and @tootiredproject on Instagram.
We’ll post a few favorites on the site and aim to select the most captivating of those images for a photobook anthology to be published by Yoffy Press (timing TBD).
You may also submit to the Too Tired Project by sending up to 3 images to firstname.lastname@example.org.
▪ All images should be sized at 1200px on the longest side, at 72dpi, sRGB, jpeg format.
▪ Label the files with your name and numeration. (Example: firstname_lastname_1.jpg).