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PRIX HSBC POUR LA PHOTOGRAPHIE. Deadline: Nov. 1, 2017

LE PRIX HSBC POUR LA PHOTOGRAPHIE
Created in April 1995, the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie, is now in its 23th year of accompanying young photographic creation and undertakes to support even more strongly the work of its award winners. The HSBC Prize supports the two photographers by:
► Publishing each artist’s first monograph
► Creating and organising the travelling exhbition of their works at cultural venues in France and/or abroad.
► Production of new works, presented during the last stage.
► Acquisition by HSBC France of six works by each award winner for its photography collection.

The contest is open to photographers:
• living and older than 18 years
• Of any nationality
• Not having published a monograph published by a trade publisher (exhibition catalogs do not count)
• Being able to provide a minimum of 70 photographs of all the work presented for the production of the monograph.

The 2018 Competition is open from 1 September to 10 November 2017.

Online registration only. The elements to include in your participation are:

15 high-definition photographs
A text explaining the work presented
A biography
A synthetic CV (one page maximum) with coordinates, training, work done, exhibitions, observations
A self-portrait
Letter of commitment signed by the representative (if existing)

No file sent by e-mail will be accepted.

Inscription: https://prixhsbc.awardsplatform.com/?language=en_GB

Information (French only) http://concours.hsbc.evenium.site/site/prix-hsbc-pour-la-photographie-concours-2018-2024;jsessionid=Dc2FZBZV7bNS8!WfzT9RY4NH.gl3

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HCB Award for photography projects. Deadline: April 29, 2017.

Presented by the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, the HCB Award supports the creation of a photography project with a 35 000 € grant, which could not be achieved without this help. It is intended for an artist who has already completed a significant body of work, close to the documentary approach. The candidate must be supported by an institution — museum, gallery, independent curator, publisher, etc.

 

CALENDAR

April 1 – 29, 2017 : application submissions at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson

April 29 : application deadline (date as per postmark)
End of June 2017 : HCB Award ceremony at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson

http://www.henricartierbresson.org

 

In Conflict Photography Prize. NEW Deadline: Mar. 10, 2017

In Conflict 2017

As new manias colide nations and peoples in ever more forceful social and political conflictualities, with unforseen effects on personal and public behaviour, photographers can share their visions on wars, violence, dialogue and solutions. Open call, In Conflict, Visible White Photo Prize 2017, 6th edition, curated by Laura Serani, in jury Selva Barni, Andrés Duprat, Brigitte Lardinois, Elisa Medde, Moritz Neumüller, Azu Nwagbogu. 5,000 € prizes, join by 28 February 2017.

Open call for single photos and projects, deadline is 28 February 2017,

5,000 € prizes.

In Conflict

Conflicts, whether economic, political or religious, conflicts for power, land, water, oil, are evermore widespread and frequent, and are setting entire populations adrift with consequences and repercussions that are now evident in the ‘rich and stable’ countries of the world. Conflicts are sometimes presented as a clash of civilizations or wars between believers and unbelievers, in which everyone is entrenched behind fears, habits or mutual ignorance.

All the above cause instability and crises which find their particular form of expression according to the area of the world: wars continue to spread and increasingly overwhelm larger territories in the Middle East, coups and outbreaks of violence are frequent in Africa, in the United States we have witnessed the fiercest presidential campaign in the nation’s history, and fortress-Europe ‘under siege’, shaken by its internal problems appears to be faltering. Certainties built up over time are falling short, opening fissures which weaken habitual thought systems. However, they also present us with an opportunity to open up and observe the world differently. After a period of closure and introspection there are signs of renewed curiosity and attention to all that is outside. Signs of bienveillance and tolerance which represent the first steps towards a coming together, the willingness to start a dialogue in search of solutions which are found in common rather than individually.

By proposing ‘In Conflict’ photographers and artists have the opportunity to reflect on a theme which emphasizes and encourages this ‘return’ to a collective consciousness or a consciousness at the service of communities. In this sense the theme also talks about conflicts which are denied or kept silent, which relate to the family or to personal conflicts that can go beyond the personal sphere that are also questions of society, such as violence against women, societal unease, the individual’s inner conflicts. Another priority for Visible White Photo Prize’s call ‘In Conflict’, is to invite photographers and artists using the photographic medium to explore with the use of original and personal forms of visual language, distant worlds, intimate universes, or to venture further afield into new forms of documentary photography or poetic realism. Or to look for alternatives or complementary ways to those distributed by television or internet’s information processing that have changed the traditional codes of photojournalism.

Artists have always shown us the way, how to witness, take a stand or denounce creatively, inventing new forms of expression, at times very personal, often with the aid of mediums and supports. At a time when general labels are coming unstuck and technology facilitates the hybridization of languages, imagination and vision should be boundless, leaving the road open to photography’s wide variety of languages to query and explore the world.  Laura Serani, November 2016.

About

Visible White is a photography prize founded in 2012 by Celeste Network and Fondazione Studio Marangoni to support international photographers and artists who engage, creatively, with what is moving personal, social and political issues today.

Jurors are looking for photographs which

  •     Deliver new angles of vision and understanding to the chosen theme
  •     Reflect contemporary ways in which images of people, ideas and places are created
  •     Show discipline and personal style
  •     Contain strong reference systems
  •     Use conceptual or descriptive interpretations to shed new light on the chosen theme
  •     Push the boundaries of the media

Past editions

2016 – 5th edition, ‘SKIN’
2015 – 4th edition, ‘Familydom’
2014 – 3rd edition, ‘You See Me’
2013 – 2nd edition, ‘Lapsus’
2012 – 1st edition, ‘beyondmemory’

Fondation des Treilles Photography Prize. Deadline: Oct. 2, 2016.

Guidelines to compete for the Photography Prize

Eligibility

The photography prize of the Fondation des Treilles is open to all professional photographers with neither age limit nor nationality considerations. Photographers must have already published or exhibited their work.

The subject of their project can be anything from landscape to architecture, social or archeological photography, as long as it is closely related to the Mediterranean world.

Digital or conventional, the technique used to produce the work must be applied with a spirit of durability and conservation.

 

Judging

The jury, is chaired by Mrs Laura Serani, former director of photography, audiovisual and Fnac Collection, curator and artistic director of several major photographic events (as Les rencontres de Bamako, biennale africaine de la photographie), Artistic Associate of the Month of Photography 2014 in Paris, writer and critic. The other members are: Ezzaïm Hassan, Director of the Villa des Arts Rabat / Casablanca, ONA Foundation, Charles-Henri Filippi, collector, Chairman of Citigroup France, Costa Gavras, film director, Macha Makeieff, director of theater, Director of the National “Theâtre de la Criée” in Marseille, Jean-Luc Monterosso (Director of the “Maison Européenne de la Photographie”) and Sarah Moon, photographer, film-maker.

The jury’s decision will be final and not subject to appeal.

 

Prize: reminder

The prize is made of both an allowance of 2650 euros per month for a period ranging from two to eight months depending on the project, coming with a living residency.

The duration of the cash allowance will be decided by the jury depending on the project. All the expenses due to the realization of the project and more specifically travel costs will remain at the charge of the winner

As far as the residence is concerned, its maximum duration is of 8 months. By the way, it can not last less than one month, specially in order to insure the achievement of the development of the photos at Les Treilles.

 

Liabilities

Photographers shall guarantee that their works do not infringe the rights of third parties (image rights, right to private property, etc) or that they have obtained the necessary reproduction and exhibition permissions from these parties.

Entering the competition implies full acceptance of the terms of participation.

 

Application form and documents

FOR DIGITAL PRE SELECTION:

Please send:

The application form fully completed [download the competition form]

A short presentation of the project

10 to 20 images in jpg format, 300 dpi, medium quality compression, the longer side of the image should not be more than 12 cm

The applicants will be notified of their selection by email.

 

FINAL SELECTION

Applicants chosen at the conclusion of the pre selection phase have to submit a hard copy application to the following address: Fondation des Treilles, Prix “Résidence pour la photographie”, 90 rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris.

It requires:

A supporting text in French or English presenting the project and explaining the author’s approach of the chosen topic. The text should also mention if the applicant has already been awarded in other former prizes.

From 10 to 20 prints of a minimum A4 size up to an A3 maximum format.

A signed letter where the applicant (if awarded) undertakes the cession of at least 3 prints and the copyrights of such images in the strict limit of an institutional use. The prints will be part of the art collection of la Fondation des Treilles.

A stamped envelope or any form of package at the right format for the return of the prints to the applicants that have not been selected. Applications sent without the requested return envelope or unvalid stamping will not be returned.

 

TIMETABLE FOR A RESIDENCY IN 2017

Applications for pre selection must be sent from May 2 to October 2, 2016 to the following email address: prix.photo@les-treilles.com

Pre selection will take place in November 2016. Selected or not, each applicant will be advised.

Hard copy applications must be sent from: dates to be confirmed later.

Meeting of the panel of judges: date to be confirmed later.

Announcement of the winner, December 2016.

Propuestas Vegap. Deadline: Octubre 17, 2016

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This call is only for residents in Spain and the Call is in Spanish. But it does not say you cannot send your materials in another language, so you might try.

The documentation provided (less than 15 pages, in digital form) should be a pdf with a total weight of 14 MB, maximum.

Projects must be included in any of the following categories:

Plastic arts
Photograph
Design
Illustration
New Forms of Artistic Expression

More information on: http://www.propuestasvegap.com

 

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Objeto de la convocatoria:

Visual Entidad de Gestión de Artistas Plásticos (VEGAP), convocan la XX edición del Concurso Propuestas de Ayudas a la Creación Visual.

El propósito de nuestras ayudas es la promoción de la creación artística a través de la financiación económica de los proyectos de aquellos autores que se expresan a través de la creación visual, posibilitando el desarrollo de su trabajo, al hilo de su proceso de investigación y la creación de nuevas obras.

Podrán participar en esta convocatoria los creadores visuales residentes en España que no hayan recibido ayudas de la Fundación Arte y Derecho o de VEGAP en las tres últimas convocatorias de Propuestas.

Presentación de los proyectos:

El plazo de presentación de los proyectos se abrirá el 3 de mayo de 2016 y finalizará el 17 de octubre de 2016.

Para hacer llegar los proyectos puede procederse de la siguiente forma:

Los proyectos se enviarán digitalmente a través de la página web: http://www.propuestasvegap.com, completando la información solicitada en cada uno de los campos del formulario de inscripción alojado y adjuntando la documentación que a continuación se indica:

1.- Fotocopia del DNI o de la tarjeta o permiso de residencia (1 página)
2.- Currículum vitae (1 página).
3.- Una memoria descriptiva de la obra o proyecto creativo que se quiere realizar (1 página).
4.- Calendario de trabajo y presupuesto total del proyecto, con indicación de la ayuda económica que se solicita, adjuntando en 1 página el desglose en el que se indique cada uno de los gastos que se precisen efectuar.
5.- Dossier gráfico con un máximo de 10 imágenes de obra reciente, bocetos o trabajos personales realizados por el autor (hasta un máximo de 10 páginas. Los proyectos de nuevas tecnologías podrán ir acompañados, además, de una url a un link externo).

La extensión de la documentación aportada en el archivo que se adjunte no superará las 15 páginas, incluido el formulario digital. La documentación deberá aportarse en el orden indicado y en ningún caso podrá consistir en el envío de originales de las obras. El formato del archivo deberá ser un pdf con un peso total de 14 megas.

Los proyectos deberán incluirse en alguna de las siguientes categorías:

Artes Plásticas
Fotografía
Diseño
Ilustración
Nuevas Formas de Expresión Artística

Los proyectos se integrarán en la categoría seleccionada por sus autores en el campo correspondiente del formulario de inscripción digital de la página web: http://www.propuestasvegap.com

Podrán presentarse varios proyectos diferentes del mismo autor en una misma categoría, pero no en categorías diferentes. La inclusión de un mismo proyecto en una categoría determinará su exclusión de las restantes.

El cumplimiento de estos requisitos es condición “sine qua non” para la aceptación de los autores que deseen participar, por lo que la contravención de esta obligación conllevará la pérdida del derecho a participar en la convocatoria.

Asignación

La asignación total de la convocatoria asciende a 70.000 euros.

Cada una de las cinco categorías: Artes Plásticas, Fotografía, Diseño, Ilustración y Nuevas Formas de Expresión Artística, contará con una asignación de 14.000 euros, correspondiendo 7.000 euros a cada uno de los 2 ganadores que resulten seleccionados en cada categoría.

En el supuesto de que alguna categoría quedase desierta o no se agotase la cantidad destinada, el importe excedente se repartirá entre las categorías restantes, mejorando la asignación de cada categoría en forma proporcional.

Resolución:

La resolución de concesión de las ayudas será decidida por un Jurado formado únicamente por artistas de reconocido prestigio, nombrado por el Consejo de Administración de VEGAP. La decisión del Jurado será inapelable.

VEGAP comunicará el fallo del Jurado el día 3 de noviembre de 2016 a través de la página web de VEGAP, y de http://www.propuestasvegap.com

PARA PARTICIPAR EN ESTA XX EDICIÓN VEGAP ENTRA AQUÍ:

http://propuestasvegap.com/category/bases/

 

POPCAP ’16 Prize for Contemporary African Photography. Deadline: Feb. 7, 2016

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Calling for entries to POPCAP ’16, the piclet.org Prize for Contemporary African Photography. POPCAP is being held for the fifth time in 2016. The prize is aimed at photographers whose work engages with the African continent and/or a diaspora of an African country, and consists of global exposure at major international photography exhibitions such as at Image Afrique in Basel, LagosPhoto Festival in Nigeria, Festival Internacional de Fotografia de Cabo Verde in Mindelo or Eyes On in Vienna. The prize also comprises an artist residency for all five winners.

POPCAP aims to raise the profile of African photography within the arts. Each year five winners are selected by an internationally-sourced panel of judges, enabling the promotion of African photography worldwide and helping to avoid geographically and culturally one-sided views of the portfolios.

THE CALL IS OPEN UNTIL 7 FEBRUARY 2016!

The submission criteria are:
Photographs must have been taken in an African country or deal with a diaspora of an African country.

The emphasis of the competition is on image sequences. Images must work together as a whole. We are NOT looking for single images or fashion/advertising/studio work.

Eligible are submissions comprising between 10 and 25 images.

Submitted images should be a minimum of 2500 pixels in width/height at 72 dpi and be no more than 5 megabytes in size.

Should your work be chosen for exhibition, we will ask you to supply high-resolution files that are suitable for print.
Collaborative projects are permitted. Entrants must be sure to note this in the description accompanying their submission.

NOTE ON COPYRIGHT: The images remain the property of the author and POPCAP requires a license to use the images in relation to the competition and promotion of the competition only. Photographers will be consulted, should we wish to use their work in any other context.

POPCAP is open to photographers of any age and descent.

There is no entry fee!

Enter POPCAP ’16 now!


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POPCAP, le prix de piclet.org pour la photographie africaine contemporaine est décerné aux photographes dont le travail traite du continent africain et/ou de sa diaspora. Le prix offre une couverture médiatique mondiale lors d’expositions de photographie internationales majeures.

POPCAP vise à mettre l’accent sur la photographie africaine dans le monde de l’art. Chaque année, cinq lauréats sont sélectionnés par un panel de juges internationaux afin de promouvoir la photographie africaine à une échelle mondiale, tout en évitant une vision unilatérale, géographique ou culturelle, des portfolios. Grâce à sa large présence dans le contexte quotidien, nous considérons la photographie comme étant le média idéal pour favoriser l’échange d’idées sur l’image de l’Afrique en toute liberté.

POPCAP a été lancé par Benjamin Füglister en 2012. Lors de sa première édition, cinq gagnants ont été choisis parmi 140 dossiers soumis par un panel de neuf juges de nationalités différentes. En 2013, POPCAP a reçu 360 candidatures venant de 57 pays, qui ont été évaluées par un jury composé de 14 personnes. L’édition 2014 de POPCAP a reçu 720 dossiers de 88 pays qui ont été jugés par un panel de 23 juges internationaux. Les plus ou moins 800 candidatures pour POPCAP 2015 ont été évaluées par 19 experts venant du monde entier, et les cinq portfolios vainqueurs ont été présentés lors de 7 expositions d’art internationales.

 

Le prix consiste en une couverture mondiale lors d’expositions de photographie internationales, y compris les expositions POPCAP à Image Afrique à Bâle, en Suisse, au festival LagosPhoto au Nigéria, au FIFCV Festival Internacional de Fotografia de Cabo Verde et à Eyes On – Mois Européen de la Photographie à Vienne. POPCAP invite toujours les artistes gagnants à l’exposition principale, Image Afrique, qui est tenue durant Art Basel à Bâle, en Suisse. Tous les lauréats, ainsi que leurs portfolios respectifs, figurent dans le catalogue POPCAP ainsi que dans le répertoire de portfolios de photographes triés sur le volet de piclet.org.

Chacun des cinq vainqueurs a la chance de participer à une résidence d’artiste et sera représenté par la plupart de nos partenaires média.

En bref: POPCAP est un prix qui étend la couverture médiatique mondiale des gagnants et qui construit un réseau de haut niveau pour les projets à venir.

Vous trouverez de plus amples informations sur nos précédentes éditions de POPCAP ici.

Boutographies. Call for entries 2016: Deadline, November 15, 2015

Les Boutographies is a festival of contemporary creative photography open to all photographers living in Europe.
The criteria for selection by a jury of professional in the photographic field are a height creative level, originality and a coherent personal vision.
There is no theme.

There are two sections to the festival: the Official Selection (hung photos) and the Jury Projection (projected photos).
You do not have to choose, if your work is selected by the Jury it will be allocated to one or the other of these sections

Three prizes are awarded: In the Official Selection
The Jury Prize: 1000€ and the purchase by the Town of Montpellier of work to the value of 2500€
The Exchange Prize: an exchange of exhibitions with the festival Fotoleggendo in Rome
The Public Prize: Macintosh equipment offered by our partner iTribu

2 Awards are also given by our partners:
Réponse Photo: a portfolio published in the magazine (for the Official Selection)
ARTE Actions Culturelles: the purchase of one image for 1000€ (for the Jury Projection)

For more information regarding dossier, inscription and application, please check here.