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The Face(book) of Freedom?. Photoaward. Deadline: Mar. 31, 2016

Now, this is an interesting Call for entries: the Teutloff Museum Photo Award 2016, under the theme “The Face of Freedom”, Deadline March 31, 2016, will be co-juried by Facebook likers and a high-class judging panel. So if you are able to combine what Jodi Dean calls secondary visuality with photographic quality, and a general interest in the subject, this one is for you. Just remember: “freedom” and “liberty” are not the same: While Freedom usually means to be free from something, Liberty means to be free to do something, although both refer to the quality or state of being free.

With this in mind, have a good weekend!



Teutloff Museum invites you to the Teutloff Museum Photo Award 2016, which started December 01, 2015 and will end March 31, 2016, at 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time (CET).

It’s a worldwide call for photography focused on the theme “The Face of Freedom”.

The award is divided into two levels of competition: The first round of judging is based on the number of likes the submitted photographs receive on the related Facebook page until March. The twenty entries with the highest overall number of likes will be selected as the “Finalists” and qualify for the final round of judging.

The best three photographs will be chosen by a judging panel featuring Prof. Dr. Klaus Honnef (art historian, freelance publicist, theorist of artistic photography), Roland Nachtigäller (artistic director of Marta Herford) and Prof. Dr. h.c. Peter Weibel (visual artist, media theorist, director of Center for Art and Media│ZKM, Karlsruhe).

They will be awarded with 5000 €, 3000 €, 2000 € respectively.

Detailed information about the Photo Award 2016 can be found directly on Facebook:
Teutloff Museum Photo Award

And of course, all people who are interested in photography are invited to “like” their favourite photographs.