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transeuropephoto PORTFOLIO REVIEWS ATHENS. NEW Deadline: June 1, 2018  

PORTFOLIO REVIEWS ATHENS_GREECE 

from 21th until 23th of June 2018 

at Onassis Cultural Centre (OCC) 

Deadline for applications: May 21th 

Call for photographers and 

visual artists, who use the photographic medium 

Get the opportunity to boost your career! 

http://www.transeuropephoto.eu

The 10 works that will be selected from Athens Portfolio Review, with another 20 from Helsinki and Madrid, 30 in total, will 

have the opportunity to participate from one to all three group exhibitions: in PHotoEspaña, The Finnish Museum of Photography and PhotoForum Greece in 2019. 

➢ be published in the Transeurope official magazine. 

show your audiovisual projection in PHotoEspaña (Madrid) and visit Unseen (Amsterdam) in 2018. 

➢ become part of FUTURES . 

70 selected photographers / 21 portfolio reviewers 

OCC _ venue address: 107-109, Syngrou Avenue, 117 45 Athens, Greece 

Pre-registration cost: 20 euros 

Before making the inscription, read How to participate Participation cost: 80 euros _ only the 70 participants who will be selected to take part in the portfolio reviews 

Frequently Asked Questions: 

1/Each selected photographer will have 8 meetings: 4 of its preference and the other 4 will be chosen randomly 

2/ The photographers have to submit at the TransEurope Webplatform, http://www.transeuropephoto.eu (after paying the pre-registration cost of 20euros and creating a user’s account) one series of work of 15 photos the most. 

We recommend you submit one series of work. 

However, you may submit two series, but in total the photographs can not be more than 15. 

3/ The pre-registration cost of 20euros can be paid with the following ways: 

i/ by paypal account (webplatform) 

ii/ by credit card (webplatform) 

iii/bank transfer. If you choose this way, please email us to send you the details of the TransEurope Bank Account. 

Georgia Gkini M. 0030 6977 64 11 48 / Info: athens@transeuropephoto.eu 

LIST OF CONFIRMED PORTFOLIO REVIEWERS: 

Matteo Balduzzi, Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Photography (MuFoCO) in Milan, Founding Member of CAREOF _ Milan, Italy 

Sophie Bernard, Journalist at La Gazette de Drouot, Teacher, Independent Curator _ Paris, France 

Jim Casper, Editor-in-Chief and Co-founder of LensCulture _ Amsterdam, The Nederlands 

Paul di Felice, Co-editor and Co-publisher of Café Crème, Co-organizer of the European Month of Photography in Luxemburg, Vice-President of the Administration Board of Mudam, Senior Lecturer Faculté des Lettres, des Sciences Humaines, des Arts et des Sciences de l’Education Université du Luxemburg _ Luxemburg 

Loes Van Harrevelt, Chief conservator and curator of Collections at Nederlands Fotomuseum _ Rotterdam, The Netherlands 

Nathalie Herschdorfer, Curator, art historian (specializing in history of photography) and Director of Museum of Fine Arts _ Le Locle Switzerland 

Audrey Hoareau, Independent Curator, Assistant Director of the Lianzhou Museum of Photography in Chine and Co-founder of the Red Eye platform _ France 

Ioannis Karlopoulos, Creative Director, Creative Consultant in publishing group _ Athens, Greece 

Joy Mardini, Art Advisor _ Beirut, Lebanon 

Shoair Mavlian, Director of Photoworks and responsible for curating the Brighton Photo Biennial 2018 _ Brighton, UK 

Ana Morales, Director of Production and Programs of La Fábrica and responsible of Professional Programs in PhotoEspaña _ Madrid, Spain 

TransEurope Project Coordinator_ Project leader 

Nestan Nijaradze, Co-founder and artistic Director of the Tbilisi Photo Festival _ Tbilisi, Georgia 

Jelena Pašić, Curator, Writer and Art historian. Culture professional at Office for Photography_ Zagreb, Croatia 

Nissan N. Perez, Independent Consultant, Curator of Exhibitions and Publications, Photography historian, Director of the Moi Ver archive and co-founder of the KIPA photography award _ Mevaseret Zion, Israel 

Tiina Rauhala, Chief curator at the Finnish Museum, responsible for the museum gallery’s program for the emerging photographers, Co-founder of the Festival of Political Photography (PVF) 

TransEurope Project Coordinator _ Helsinki, Finland 

Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert, Associate Professor at the School of Fine and Applied Arts, and coordinator of its Visual Sociology and Museum Studies Lab, Member of the Board of Directors of the “International Association of Photography and Theory” (IAPT) _ Nicosia, Cyprus 

Ivana Tomanović, Curator of exhibitions and publications, Associate professor at the Academy of Arts, University of Novi Sad and Alpha University Belgrade _ Belgrade, Serbia 

Dimitris Tsoumplekas, Creative consultant for a publishing group, Artist, Professor at the Athens School of Fine Arts _ Athens, Greece 

Sandra Vitaljić, Artist, Educator and Artistic Advisor at Organ Vida Photography Association and Festival. Professor at the Cinematography Department of the Academy of Dramatic Art _ Zagreb, Croatia 

Transeurope is a new European platform addressed to emerging or mid-career, professional photographers and visual artists. The goal is to facilitate access to professional opportunities, to develop their skills via new tools and new media, as well as to create the conditions for greater transnational circulation of their works. The program starts with preparatory workshops, followed by three portfolio reviews and three group exhibitions accompanied with a publication in 2019. You can find all the information here 

TransEurope activities include: 

Web platform – http://www.transeuropephoto.eu 

14 preparatory training workshops in 2018 

Portfolio reviews: Helsinki (16-18.5), Madrid (4-5.6) and Athens (21-23.6) 

Three group exhibitions in 2019 

Magazine with 30 selected participants in 2019 

Keep track of all the activities and all the latest news by clicking here! 

TransEurope Portfolio Reviews Athens _ 21st – 23rd of June 2018 at 

Onassis Cultural Centre 

Venue address: 107-109, Syngrou Avenue, 117 45 Athens, Greece TRANSEUROPEPHOTO©2017 
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Artists take over Void Space in Athens. Deadline: April 15, 2017.

During the month of April, Void will launch an experimental approach to its platform and will work on an open-source model.

Artists are invited to take over Void’s space for short-term presentations of various projects.


The open-source model is a decentralized development model that encourages open collaboration. A main principle of open-source development is peer production, with products such as source code, blueprints, and documentation freely available to the public.


Void is open to receive proposals for talks, exhibitions, workshops, performances, etc.

Even though Void is a photography oriented space, we are open to any artistic expression. More important than the media support, we will take into consideration how innovative and unorthodox the proposition is.

Artists and curators can apply for the open source program that will take place on April 2017. Projects sent until 15 APR ‘17 will be reviewed and selected. Void’s idea is to give to new artists access to a free space that can host their ideas and practices.

What we are looking for, is innovative projects that can be flexible and adaptive to the space and time given.
Each project will have 2 days in Void.

 

Studio / workspace

Void is a newly created project, focusing on alternative publishing, exhibitions and workshops.
Void is also a physical space in the center of Athens, that can host your ideas.

Our goal is to engage in a series of projects around photography and other visual arts and to make Void a platform for exchanging ideas with people living both in Greece and abroad.

Calendar slots

Each project will be given 2 days at the space. And this is the total time, including mounting and unmounting (in case it is needed).

Projects that demand more time than this may be also considered.

You may apply for a specific calendar slot:

  • 18-19 APR ’17
  • 20-21 APR ’17
  • 22-23 APR ’17
  • 25-26 APR ’17
  • 27-28 APR ’17
  • 29-30 APR ’17

Fee and Support

Did we mention it is free?

We don’t ask for any fee for submitting the projects.
And if selected, we also won’t charge for anything.

Void will only provide the free space. Any other expenses that each project demands are entirely a responsibility of the artists.

 

Application information

Send an email (subject “Open-source” – proposal file should be no more than 5 Mb) with your idea to talkto@void.photo

The email must include:

  • A short bio and cv
  • A description of your project
  • A full description of the needed space modifications illustrated on Void’s blueprint
  • A full description of the material that will be used
  • The preferred calendar slot

Proposals should be received until 15 APR ‘17.

The projects will be selected in the order we receive them.
This means: early submissions are more likely to be selected.

IMPORTANT:

  • Artists must be present at Void for the whole process of mounting, unmounting and presenting their project.
  • All the projects should be non-profit oriented.

Contact
talkto@void.photo

Address
Void
Nikis 30
105 57 | Athens
Greece

Residency Kourmania Open Call. Deadline: July 01, 2016

Since 2009 the artist collective Medea Electronique has organized an annual 10-day experimental artist residency, Koumaria, near Sparta in Greece (the village of Sellasia), focusing on improvisation and new media practices. New-media artists from all over the world, inspired by the Greek natural landscape, come together to create a multicultural and cross-media ‘dialogue’ culminating in a collective presentation both locally and in Athens at the end of the residency.

For our 2016 residency the theme concerns cross-cultural collaborations, migration and borders, culminating in a performance/presentation of the residency artistic outputs as part of a conference/performance series at a major venue in Athens on this theme.

It is worth emphasizing that Koumaria’s focus is collective art creation. While individual residents may well have projects in mind that they hope to realize at Koumaria, they should expect, and desire, substantive input from other residents, and be open to having their projects morph considerably during the course of the residency. While the final output we present need not be one long collective piece, and while the projects forming our outputs need not all involve all residents, Koumaria is not the place for the development and presentation of solo works.

-Deadline: July 01, 2016
-Residency Theme: Diasporas in Dialogue: Multiculturalism, Migration and the Improvisatory Imagination
-Looking for: dancers, performers, video artists, installation artists, sound artists and composers of electronic music.

-Apply to Koumaria Residency:

Apply to Koumaria

This is a project of the artistic collective Medea Electronique: http://www.medeaelectronique.com/koumaria

Residency Call, Sicily (Italy), April. Deadline: Feb. 19, 2016

OPEN CALL
FOR ARTISTIC RESIDENCIES6 ARTISTS — 3 WEEKS
GIBELLINA (SICILY), APRIL 2016

DEADLINE: 19.02.2016

Fondazione Orestiadi onlus promotes a program of artistic residencies open to international artists from March 31st to April 21st 2016. The residencies will be hosted in Gibellina (Trapani, Sicilia, IT) and are addressed to 6 (six) artists who will use the Residency Program to build an artistic project on Urban Layers Theme.
Such artistic outcomes will be exhibited in the three urban photo–festivals promoted by the Project.

The call is opened to international artists with no limitatons of age above 18 or nationality. Participation to the call is free of charge. Before submitting your proposal, please read carefully the call.

Involved Festivals:

UPHO Urban Photo Festival, Málaga (E), 14.—29.05.2016
Photobiennale (Thessaloniki, GR), 20.06—10.07.2016
Bitume Photofest,
Lecce (I), 03.—10.09.2016

 

 

Athens Photo Festival Calls for Exhibitions, Screenings and Photobooks. Deadline: March 21, 2016

INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ENTRIES

The Athens Photo Festival has opened submissions for the 2016 edition, to be held in June – July 2016.

There are three main categories for submission:
• Exhibitions
• Screenings
• Photobook Show
SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN
EXHIBITIONS
Entry Deadline: 21 March, 2016
The Festival welcomes submissions from emerging and established photographers/artists, collectives and curators from all over the world, for the 2016 main exhibition programme. The selected projects will be exhibited as part of the Athens Photo Festival 2016 at the Benaki Museum, one of the most prestigious museums in Greece.

SCREENINGS
Entry Deadline: 21 March, 2016
The Festival also welcomes multimedia submissions, featuring a variety of artistic perspectives that explores the interaction between different media (photography, video, sound). The selected projects will be featured during the Athens Photo Festival 2016 at the Benaki Museum.

PHOTOBOOK SHOW
Entry Deadline: 21 March, 2016
In recognition of the increasing importance of the photo book in contemporary photographic practice, the Festival will present an exhibition dedicated to the form of book and invites artists and publishers worldwide to submit their self-published books for consideration.

 

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Athens Photo Festival Portfolio Review. Deadline: 18 May, 2015.

The Athens Photo Festival’s Portfolio Reviews offer an opportunity for emerging artists and photographers to meet and engage with international experts in the field of photography. A total of 22 curators, editors, critics and festival’s directors from around the world gather in Athens to provide photographers with networking opportunities, and advice on their work and career development.

This year’s portfolio review programme will take place on Monday 8 and Tuesday 9 June 2015, at the Benaki Museum in Athens. Each of the participants will have 6 appointments of their choice over two days. Each individual review session is 20 minutes long. Places are limited, so participants will be selected on first come first serve basis.

In addition to providing professional advice, the reviewers will award the “Best Portfolio” and the winner will have the chance to exhibit at the Athens Photo Festival 2016 edition.

Please check the reviewers list and submit your work online at www.photofestival.gr

Registration now open and deadline is 18 May, 2015.

Organiced by:

Hellenic Centre for Photography
Tsami Karatasou 15
Athens, Attiki 117 42
Greec
http://hcp.gr/news/

To learn more about other Portfolio Reviews, please check out our most popular post about international Portfolio Reviews

Athens Photo Festival Calls. Deadline: Feb 16, 2015

Call for Entries
Submissions for the APhF:15 are now open at http://www.photofestival.gr/submissions

The Athens Photo Festival, presented by the Hellenic Centre for Photography, has opened submissions for the 2015 Festival, to be held May – July 2015.
The Festival welcomes submissions from emerging or established artists/photographers, curators, collectives, archives galleries and organizations worldwide for its Main Exhibition Programme. The selected projects will be presented and exhibited during the Athens Photo Festival 2015 at the Benaki Museum from 3 June to 26 July, 2015.

Athens Photo Festival also welcomes submissions for their screening programme and photobook show.
There are three categories for submission:
• Main Exhibitions
• Screenings
• Photobook Show

Theme

The festival focuses on a specific theme, encompassing a range of photo-based forms including photography, installations, multimedia and photobooks. The 2015 festival theme under the title “Reframing Memory” explore photography’s active role in reconstructing the past/history, bringing together a wide range of international artistic positions. Please visit this page to read more about the theme.
Key Dates

The submissions deadlines for the 2015 Festival are as follows:

• Submissions for photography projects will be accepted until 16 February, 2015.

• Submissions for multimedia/video projects, and photobooks will be accepted until 16 March, 2015.

• Submissions for the Young Greek Photographers will be accepted until 23 March, 2015.

Entry Fee

• Main exhibition programme: 15 €. Read here what does the submission fee include.
• There is no entry fee for multimedia and photobook projects.
• There is no entry fee for the Young Greek Photographers exhibition 2015.