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Arte Laguna Prize. Deadline: Nov. 16, 2016

international art award | free theme | open to all
The Arte Laguna Prize is an international free-themed art competition aimed at enhancing Contemporary Art. It includes the categories: Painting, Sculpture and Installation, Photographic Art, Video Art and Performance, Virtual Art and Digital Graphics, Land Art.
The contest stands out in the global art scene for the growing variety of its partnerships and opportunities offered to artists, and is recognized worldwide as a real springboard for the artists’ career.
An international jury will select 125 finalist artists for:
6 cash prizes of € 42,000
a major Exhibition in the Arsenale of Venice
5 exhibitions in international Art Galleries
5 collaborations with Companies
Prize Sustainability and Art
9 Art Residencies
3 International Festivals
publication of the catalogue
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Prize money

7.000,00 Painting

7.000,00 Sculpture and Installation

7.000,00 Photographic Art

7.000,00 Video Art and Performance

7.000,00 Virtual Art and Digital Graphics

7.000,00 Land Art


5 Artist in Gallery Prizes

Organization of 5 exhibitions in international Art Galleries, including setting up, vernissage and catalogue

Salamatina Gallery, Atlanta USA

Galerie Isabelle Lesmeister, Regensburg Germany

Galeria Fernando Santos, Porto Portugal

ART re.FLEX Gallery, Saint Petersburg Russia

Chelouche Gallery for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Israel




9 Artist in Residence Prizes

Art Residency program in Italy and abroad aimed at providing a space and time to experience a new culture, create new works and participate in new activities in a multicultural environment.


GLO’ART, Lanaken Belgium

Basu Foundation for the Arts, Kolkata India

Taipei Artist Village, Taipei Taiwan

Berengo Foundation, Murano Italy

Espronceda, Barcelona Spain

Artistic Foundry Salvadori Arte, Pistoia Italy

Artistic Serigraphy Fallani, Venice Italy

San Francisco Art Residency, San Francisco USA

The Art Department – Casa dell’Arte International Artists’ Residency, Bodrum Turkey



5 Business for Art Prizes

Selection of 5 creative projects for the collaboration with 5 companies

Deglupta: € 5,000 and design for a new collection of bags and accessories

Rima Sofa & Beds: € 5,000 and creation of promotional videos, images for advertising campaigns and designs for soft furniture

Papillover Art Collection: € 1,000 and new designs for a limited edition of bow ties

Eurosystem: € 5,000 and making of a video enhancing the art-technology relationship

Biafarin: 10 Gold Membership Packages + US$ 4,000 to 4 selected artists (US$ 1,000 each)


NEW! Special Prize Sustainability and Art

Selection of 1 creative project including design, photography, video art and performance, etc. which enhances paper/cardboard and cellulose packaging as part of the RRR strategies (Reuse, Recycle, Reduce).
Prize of 3,000 euro for the winning project.


3 Festivals & Exhibitions

Selection of 12 artists for the participation in collective events in a network where artists, visibility, and new projects meet.

Art Stays, Ptuj Slovenia

Art Nova 100, Beijing China

Open International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations, Venice Italy



The major collective exhibition will take place in the historical location of the Arsenale in Venice in March 2017, a reference point in the art world.

The prestigious venue in the lagoon city will host the exhibition of 30 works of painting, 30 sculptures and installations, 30 works of photographic art, 10 videos, 10 land art projects, 5 performances which will be performed live during the exhibition’s opening ceremony.



The 10 finalists from virtual art and digital graphics will be on view at the Future Centre, the Venice home of TIM, an incubator for developing new business opportunities for telecommunications and new technologies.



The selection of the artworks will be made by an international jury composed of high level experts:

  • Museum directors
  • Curators
  • Art critics


Igor Zanti (Italy, Curator and Art Critic)

Flavio Arensi (Italy, Art Critic)

Manuel Borja-Villel (Spain, Director of National Museum Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid)

Tamara Chalabi (Iraq, Chair and Co-Founder of Ruya Foundation)

Paolo Colombo (Italy, Art Advisor for the Istanbul Museum of Modern Art)

Suad Garayeva (Azerbaijan, Curatorial Director of YARAT Contemporary Art Centre’s exhibitions and permanent collection)

Ilaria Gianni (Italy, Curator and Art Critic)

Nav Haq (Belgium, Senior Curator at M HKA – Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp)

Emanuele Montibeller (Italy, Artistic Director of Arte Sella in Trentino)

Fatos Ustek (United Kingdom, Independent Curator and Writer)

Alma Zevi (Italy, Curator and Writer)






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OPEN CALL FOR ARTIST: ​The Penitentiary: Battery Project

The Penitentiary: Battery Project is holding an open call for local artists for its August 1st opening.

They are looking for artists who are interested in transforming Patarei Prison, located in Tallinn, Estonia, while still reflecting upon the space’s past.

The Penitentiary is a collaborative umbrella project by artists Marina Andrijcic-Ojeda and Catarina Ferreira. Under this title the artists will operate a series of independent, site-specific art exhibitions to take place in abandoned war-era prisons throughout Eastern Europe. They will create personal works as well as curate that of other international artists to instill an open dialogue of national memory through creative action. With this unity of worldwide culture, the project will explore what it means to be democratic; to possess the privilege of free speech; to live a life where expression is encouraged and government is overtaken by the hands of those who thrive in these same freedoms.
As a span of dictators and regimes have occupied this region for hundreds of years, in present day the project will shed light on each prison’s overhead political history concurrent to its state of physical abandon. By hosting this series in the very prisons haunted by the Communist era, The Penitentiary will gain first-hand experience of the aftermath impacting nearby communities and their landscapes. The project invites the community to reconnect with these reinvented spaces and introduces the use and availability of unrestricted public art as a means of closure and new purpose.

The Battery Project is The Penitentiary’s first exhibition and will take place at Patarei Prison, located in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The Battery Project will accompany Estonia’s upcoming art scene to expand creative action.

With largely-projected videos obscuring intimacies of human relationships and the spaces they are shown, experimental sound installations moving through echoing rooms, dangling sheets of paper casting shadows of hand-cut pattern, and angular light sculptures illuminating colored air, The Battery Project will showcase the contrasting translations of Patarei’s history from the hands and minds of multiple artists.

In addition, The Penitentiary will host a program of supporting events to coincide with the exhibition. These events will offer public engagement, education and entertainment to Tallinn’s community with featured screenings, interactive installation, opening and closing receptions and beyond.

For more info: http://the-penitentiary.com

All mediums are encouraged to apply, but preference will be given to sculptural installations..

8TH ARTE LAGUNA PRIZE. Deadline: Nov. 26, 2013

Total Prize amount: € 180,000

Sections: painting, sculpture & installation, photography, video art & performance, virtual & digital art

Participation: open to all artists, with no age restrictions; the subject is free

Deadline: postponed to November 26 2013 !!!!

Collective exhibition of 110 finalist artists: March 2014 – Venice Arsenale

Exhibition of a selection of Under25 Artists: March 2014 – Romanian Cultural Institute of Venice

The 8th International Arte Laguna Prize, based in Venice, Italy and dedicated to contemporary visual art, is open to artists with no limits of age or nationality, offering a finalists collective exhibition at Venice Arsenale, artist in residence programs, personal and collective exhibitions, participation in international festivals, collaborations with companies, publication in the official catalogue and a network of opportunities:

5 Cash Prizes of € 7,000:  for  winning artists, one for each section


6 “Artist in Residence” Prizes:  Loft Miramarmi – Vicenza;  Fonderia Battaglia – Milan; India ARTresidency – Mumbai; Norimberga Art Residency – Nuremberg; Glass School Abate Zanetti – Venice; Art Stays Festival – Ptuj, Slovenia


5 “Artist in Gallery” Prizes: 5 selected international galleries will choose an artist to organize a personal exhibition

1 “Business for Art” Prize: development of an art project in collaboration with company Riva 1920

Collective Exhibitions: Open, International Exhibitions of Sculptures and Installations of Venice; exhibition of a selection of Under25 artists at the Romanian Cultural Institute of Venice; exhibition of a selection of virtual artworks at the Telecom Italia Future Centre, Venice

International Arte Laguna Prize

tel. +39 041 5937242



Laguna art prizes in various disciplines, Italy. Deadline: Nov. 27, 2012

7th International Arte Laguna Prize

Applications open for painting, sculpture, photographic art, video art and performing art.

MoCA (Modern Contemporary Art), Arte Laguna.

The Italian Cultural Association MoCA (Modern Contemporary Art), in collaboration with Arte Laguna, organizes the Seventh Edition of the International Art Prize “Arte Laguna”, aimed at promoting and enhancing contemporary art. The total value of the Prize is 170.000 Euros.
The Prize obtained a medal by the President of the Italian Republic, with the patronage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Veneto Region, the Municipality of Venice, Cà Foscari University of Venice, and the European Institute of Design among others. The contest features the awarding of cash prizes, the organization of an important collective exhibition in Venice, exhibitions in Art Galleries, Art Residencies and the publication of the official Catalogue. The Prize is divided into five sections: painting, photographic art, sculpture and installation, video and performance, and virtual art. Participants can freely choose the subject of their artworks.


The Prize is open to all Artists, without any limit of age, sex, nationality or other qualifications. Each artist can participate with one or more artworks, in one or more sections. Technical details:

Painting – works realized with technical and stylistic freedom (oil, tempera, acrylic, ink, vinyl, watercolor, graphite, pencil, collage, etc.) on whatever support (canvas, paper, wood, plastics, iron, etc.). The maximum size allowed for each work is 175 cm per side. It is possible to submit polyptycs as one single work, as long as they fall within the overall 175 cm; they must be submitted as multiple works if the total size exceeds 175 cm.

Sculpture and installation – works created with any organic or inorganic material. Sounds, lights, videos, mechanical or electrical movements can be used in the works. It is possible to present the works as a digital photographic project. The maximum size allowed for each work is: base 4 meters, depth 4 meters, height 8 meters, and no weight limits.
The authore of the sculpture or of the installation, if selected as a finalist for the collective exhibition, will have to provide the Head Office of the Prize with all the necessary material in order to exhibit the artwork.

Photographic Art – color and b/w analog photos, color and b/w digital photos, color and b/w digital elaborations, works created on the computer. The maximum size allowed for each work is 175 cm per side.

Video Art and Animation – videos, films and works made with all the animation techniques on any digital and analog support. Works must last 15 minutes at most, opening titles and closing credits included. For the final exhibition artists have to send the original works saved on DVD in high quality and in formats compatible with the mostly used reading systems.

Performance – Every artist or group of artists can participate with one or more performances, using any technique, expressive form and with the use of any support materials. Finalist artists will perform live on the opening night and will have to provide all necessary materials for the realization of the performance. Each performance can last 10 minutes at most. Copyright and SIAE rights must be provided for works that include non original music or images, if necessary.

Virtual Art – iFOPE: artworks entirely created using computer softwares, graphics, and 3D animations; artworks and videos created using smartphone or tablet applications; virtual installations, net art.



PRIZE Painting: 7,000 euros*
PRIZE Sculpture: 7,000 euros*
PRIZE Photographic Art: 7,000 euros*
PRIZE Videoart and Animation & Performance: 7,000 euros*
PRIZE Virtual Art iFOPE: 7,000 euros*
* The awarded artworks will remain artists’ property. Withholding taxof 25% on money prizes. The money prizes will be given during the awarding ceremony.


“FOPE gioielli” – development of an artistic project with the winning artist of the virtual art section.


Reserved for artists who participate with 2 works in the same section till October 23, 2012.

“Technymon ARTresidency”: Art residency in Mumbai or Chicago for 1 month: 1 artist + 1 final exhibition
The residency includes: journey, accommodation, an art grant of 500 Euros (a grant to sustain the artist in carrying out the project), final exhibition in a Gallery. One of the works created during the residency will be the property of Technymon. Reserved to artists who participate with 2 works in the same section.

“Glass School Abate Zanetti”: Art residency in Venice for 1 month for 1 artist + development of a project with master glassmakers + open day
The residency includes: accommodation, workshop, development of a project with master glassmaker Giancarlo Signoretto, open day.
Reserved to artists who participate with 2 works in the same section; at the end of the application period, you will be asked to send a project that will be evaluated in order to choose the winner. The work created will be signed also by master Giancarlo Signoretto and will be the artist´s property; one copy will remain to the School.

“Art Stays”: Art residency in Slovenia for 7 days for 1 artist + final exhibition
The residency includes: accommodation, board, study, curatorial assistance, participation in the festival and final exhibition.
ART STAYS, an International Festival of Contemporary Art and the main annual event of visual arts in Slovenia. One of the artworks will be Art Stays´s property. Reserved to artists who participate with 2 works in the same section.

“iaab”: Art residency in Basel for 3 months for 1 artist + open day
The residency includes: accommodation, study, curatorial assistance, open day
The artwork will remain the artist’s property. Reserved to artists who participate with 2 works in the same section.


“Open”: Participation in the exhibition in Venice for 1 month for 1 artist
The participation includes: curatorial assistance and participation in Open, International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations in Venice, which will exhibit in 2013 during the Venice Film Festival. Reserved to artist who apply to the sculpture & installations section.

“Romanian Cultural and Humanistic Research Institute in Venice”
The Romanian Cultural and Humaniistic Research Institute of Venice hosts a selection of Under25 artists, in conjunction with the Collective Exhibition of the finalists of the 7th Arte Laguna Prize.


Personal exhibitions include setting-up, opening and press releases that will be organized by each Gallery. Each Gallery is responsible for the setting up and the organization of Exhibitions. Artists are responsible for covering transportation (round trip) expenses and any insurance costs for artworks.

Application fee

For the partial support of the organization expenses, the application fee is 50 Euros for 1 work and 90 Euros for 2 works submitted in the same section; for every additional work (in the same section) the fee is 45 Euros, to be paid as specified in ART.6.
For under-25 artists the application fee is 45 Euros for 1 work and 80 Euros for 2 works submitted in the same section; for every additional work (in the same section) the fee is 40 Euros.

Conditions of participation

All the artists can apply for the Prizes in these ways:

1.) on-line
2.) by mail: sending the application in an envelope or giving the application to the address below
with the following materials:
– application form filled in
– a short biography,
– a picture of each work (minimum size: 15×20 cm; maximum size: 20x30cm) witten on the back the name, surname, country, title of the work, dimensions, technique, year,
– copy of the payment of the application fee. The documentation and the photos won’t be given back.

Deadline: Deadline postponed: 27/11/12- by mail, 05/12/12 – directly on-line

Head Office of the Prize: ARTE LAGUNA
Via Roma 29/A
31021 Mogliano V.to (TV)
phone: +39 041 5937242

Two Calls for Papers on photography. Deadlines: Nov. 12 and Dec 10, 2012

First Call for Papers: 39th Annual AAH Conference, University of Reading

Deadline: Nov 12, 2012

Photography and the Histories of Sculpture:
What role has photography played in forming sculpture’s place in art history?
39th Annual AAH conference and bookfair
University of Reading, 11 – 13 April 2013
Conveners: Henry Moore Institute (Lisa Le Feuvre and Jon Wood)

This session asks: what role has photography played in forming
sculpture’s place in art history? Working across disciplines and
histories of sculpture, exhibition making, museum studies and
photography, this session discusses the formation of art historical
narratives, seeking to unpack past narratives and ask questions of how
future narratives might be constructed. Addressing the role photographs
and their producers have played in articulating sculptures’ meanings
and histories, this session invites papers that take stock of the
impact of photography on the histories of sculpture and its shaping of
understandings of ‘sculpture’ by: communicating exhibitions,
collections and works; distributing, interpreting and fictionalising
sculpture; developing art historical analyses and positions; enabling
research of sculpture.

This session is also interested in analysing the photography of
sculpture as a subject of exhibitions and publications, as seen, for
example, in the exhibitions Close Encounters: The Sculptor’s Studio in
the Age of the Camera (Henry Moore Institute, 2000) and The Original
Copy (MOMA, 2010). Likewise, the artistic treatments of sculpture
through photography are pertinent to the relationship between sculpture
and photography; these changing relations have ramifications for our
developing art historical grasp of sculpture, as it becomes analysed as
much through its representation as through its direct encounter. This
session strives to be trans-historical, inviting papers from academics,
artists, curators and writers addressing early photography as much as
recent experiments.

We invite proposals for 25 minute conference papers. Please submit a
250 word abstract and short CV to Kirstie Gregory (Research Programme
Assistant) kirstie@henry-moore.org

Deadline for submissions is Monday 12 November 2012.  For more details
visit our Research pages on http://www.henry-moore.org/hmi


Second Call for Papers: The Reflexive Photographer

Deadline: Dec 10, 2012


Edited by Rosie Miller, Jonathan Carson and Theresa Wilkie
(School of Art & Design, University of Salford, UK)

We invite international submissions to be included in this forthcoming
book, to be published by MuseumsEtc (www.museumsetc.com) in 2013.

Proposals are welcomed from writers, academics, photographers,
curators, artists and other visual practitioners.

This book will bring together the varied ways in which reflexivity
manifests itself within photography and the photograph.  In this
instance we are taking a broad approach to the term (as evidenced in
the suggestions below), where ‘reflexivity’ is used to describe:

–    The  methods and dialogues that practitioners use to interrogate
their own work; and,
–    The manner in which these devices enable the photographer to
engage in an exchange with the work of others and with the world around

We are seeking chapters that deal with a wide range of issues in
relation to the principle of the reflexive photographer. This could
encompass – but is not limited to – conceptual, cultural, historical
and visual concerns relating to:

•    The historical perspectives of reflexivity
•    The photographer making visual work that is reflexive
•    The photographer writing about and reflecting on their own work
•    The use or affect that the materials of photography (the lens, the
camera, etc.) have on reflexivity
•    The photographer using notebooks and sketchbooks (or equivalent)
as a reflexive tool
•    The use or affect that different types of editing have on
•    The photographer writing about the work of others as a reflexive
•    The analysis of seminal texts from key photographers
•    The interview as a means to reveal reflexivity
•    The examination of reflexivity where more than one practitioner is
at work
•    The use of the photograph as a form of life writing
•    The use of reflexivity in the context of photography in the
digital sphere

Additionally, we are interested in examining different formats for

•    The book
•    Correspondence
•    The manifesto
•    The blog
•    The diary
•    The travelogue
•    The exhibition
•    Exhibition commentary, interpretation and/or the exhibition
•    The photo collective or group

This list is not exhaustive and we welcome proposals on other themes.

Submitting a proposal
If you are interested in being considered as a contributor, please
submit a proposal (using Microsoft Word) of between 300-500 words with
a short biography and CV (which, combined, must not exceed two sides of

The deadline for submissions is 10 December 2012. Please email your
proposal to books@museumsetc.com. If you have any queries please email
Rosie Miller at r.miller@salford.ac.uk.

Should your proposal be accepted the length of a chapter will be
2000-6000 words or, if you are proposing a visual work, you will have
between 6-8 pages. Please prepare your proposal with these parameters
in mind. The work should not have been published elsewhere.

The book will be published in print and digital editions by MuseumsEtc
in 2013. Contributors will receive a complimentary copy of the
publication and a discount on more.

The Editors
Rosie Miller is a Lecturer and Critical & Contextual Studies Area
Leader in the School of Art & Design, University of Salford, UK.
Jonathan Carson is Associate Head (Academic) and Senior Lecturer in
Critical & Contextual Studies in the School of Art & Design, University
of Salford, UK. Theresa Wilkie is Director of Design & Culture and
Senior Lecturer in Critical & Contextual Studies in the School of Art &
Design, University of Salford, UK. All three previously edited
Photography and the Artist’s Book (MuseumsEtc, 2012).


Photography Contest on Sculpture, Spain. Deadline: Oct. 31, 2012

This is a rather unusual call, for photography that focuses on Sculpture. I paste the text from the official PDF “BASES DEL CONCURSO” here, so you can run it through a translator and judge for yourself. If you have done photographs of sculptures somewhere, dig them up and send them to the National Sculpture Museum  in Valladolid, Spain.


I Concurso Internacional de Fotografía de Escultura

¿Cuántas esculturas no nos conmueven menos que su fotografía?
El museo imaginario, A. Malraux

Desde su invención hasta hoy, la escultura ha sido una fuente de inspiración ideal para los grandes fotógrafos. No sólo por su utilidad para conocer obras inaccesibles o dispersas por el planeta. También, y sobre todo, porque, a través de la elección del encuadre o de la hora del día, gracias al aislamiento de un detalle o de la manipulación del luz, el fotógrafo ha visto en este arte milenario un admirable campo de experimentación que le permitía poner en pie un discurso crítico y estético de una modernidad incontestable.
Asi, la escultura fotografíada ha ido construyendo un museo paralelo al mundo real de las estatuas, un «museo imaginario», que reinventa la escultura y desafía nuestra comprensión.

Concurso Internacional de Fotografía de Escultura
bases del concurso
La Subdirección General de Promoción de las Bellas Artes y el Museo Nacional de Escultura, con la colaboración de la Asociación de Amigos del Museo, convocan el I Concurso Internacional de Fotografía de Escultura.

Las fotografías deberán adecuarse al tema del concurso, la escultura en todas sus variantes: esculturas clásicas y modernas en museo y en talleres de artistas, fuentes y estatuas de jardín, esculturas de iglesias y monumentos civiles, escultura integrada en la arquitectura, estatuaria urbana y todos aquellos formatos, modalidades o contextos en los que la escultura pueda ser objeto de la imagen fotográfica. El Comité organizador se guarda el derecho de aceptación de las obras según se ajusten o no a la temática del mismo.

Podrán participar en este certamen todas aquellas personas mayores de edad, independientemente de su lugar de residencia y nacionalidad.
Los trabajos han de ser originales e inéditos, y no deberán estar a la espera de ningún fallo de jurado ni haber sido premiados con anterioridad en otro certamen fotográfico.
La organización presupone que el participante posee los derechos de la obra presentada, por lo que no asume ninguna responsabilidad derivada en este extremo por parte de alguno de los concursantes.
La propiedad intelectual de las fotografías seleccionadas será mantenida en todo momento por el autor. No obstante, los participantes conceden al Museo los derechos de distribuir —para difusión y publicidad—, producir y mostrar las imágenes presentadas. Las obras que pasen a formar parte de la exposición fotográfica quedarán en propiedad del Museo. Los autores cederán a favor del Museo Nacional de Escultura los derechos de reproducción y exposición de las obras siempre que se mencione el autor y tengan como fin la divulgación y producción cultural sin ánimo de lucro.

La técnica fotográfica será libre. Cada participante podrá enviar un máximo de 3 fotografías en formato TIFF, con una resolución mínima de 300 ppp y un tamaño de archivo de un máximo de 2 MB. Las imágenes deberán ser enviadas a la dirección concursoescultura@mecd.es junto con la siguiente documentación: Concurso Internacional de Fotografía de Escultura

Concurso Internacional de Fotografía de Escultura

formulario de inscripción (ver Anexo) debidamente cumplimentado y firmado, aceptando los términos de las bases del concurso.

breve trayectoria profesional (un máximo de 500 palabras) donde conste la formación, la participación en exposiciones individuales o colectivas, premios y colecciones en las que esté integrada su obra y todos aquellos datos que el interesado considere de relevancia.

opcionalmente, aquellos participantes que lo deseen podrán enviar una memoria explicativa del trabajo presentado (un máximo de 200 palabras).
Los participantes recibirán un acuse de recibo verificando la correcta recepción del material enviado.

La fecha límite de recepción de material será el 31 de octubre de 2012. Las propuestas recibidas en fechas posteriores a la indicada o que incumplan los requisitos previamente establecidos quedarán excluidas de la convocatoria.

Selección y envío de trabajos
Finalizado el plazo de recepción de fotografías, un Jurado seleccionará los mejores trabajos, teniendo en consideración su calidad técnica y artística.
El Museo Nacional de Escultura contactará con los participantes seleccionados para informarles sobre las características que deberá reunir la obra (formato y dimensiones de la fotografía, tamaño de mancha fotográfica…) así como el modo de envío. La producción (revelado) y el envío de la fotografía correrá a cargo de los participantes.
Los trabajos deberán ser enviados por correo postal certificado a la siguiente dirección:
I Concurso Internacional de Fotografía de Escultura 2012
C/ Cadenas de San Gregorio 1 y 2
47011 Valladolid
Concurso Internacional de Fotografía de Escultura

La elección de los premiados correrá a cargo del Jurado nombrado por la Subdirección General de Promoción de las Bellas Artes y el Museo Nacional de Escultura. Está compuesto por profesionales de reconocido prestigio nacional e internacional en el ámbito de la museología, la fotografía, la creatividad artística contemporánea y el coleccionismo.
Begoña Torres, Subdirectora General de Promoción de las Bellas Artes
María Bolaños. Directora del Museo Nacional de Escultura
Lola Garrido, coleccionista de fotografía
Claude Bussac, directora de PHotoEspaña
Eugenio Ampudia, artista
Javier Muñoz, fotógrafo del Museo Nacional de Escultura
Juan Carlos Quindós, fotógrafo
La organización podría cambiar la composición del Jurado si las circunstancias lo requirieran. Su decisión será inapelable.
La organización del Concurso no atenderá llamadas telefónicas ni responderá las consultas orales o escritas sobre el desarrollo del certamen. Los participantes deberán esperar a la publicación del fallo del jurado.
Fotografías finalistas y exposición
Las fotografías finalistas pasarán a formar parte de una Exposición Fotográfica que tendrá lugar en el Museo Nacional de Escultura a lo largo del año 2013. Esta exposición podría ampliarse a otras sedes y ciudades que se estimen de interés. Asimismo, se publicará un catálogo con las obras seleccionadas. Las características técnicas de la exposición y del catálogo serán fijadas por las entidades convocantes del concurso.

Tendrán las siguientes cuantías, impuestos incluidos y con las retenciones fiscales correspondientes:

Un primer premio de 1.500 €

Un segundo premio de 1.000 €

Las fotografías premiadas serán incluidas de forma destacada y con mención especial en la exposición.