Center of Fine Art Photography
Entries due: November 16, 2011
An individual's connection to Home is highly personal; nonetheless, the concept of Home is shared among all people. Understanding how others define Home strengthens our human connections. Home: Universal. Ubiquitous. Unique.
Juror: Krzysztof Candrowicz
Krzysztof Candrowicz is a founder and the director of Lodz Art Center and Foundation of Visual Education in the city of Lodz, Poland. The foundation started the International Festival of Photography in 2001 and is now preparing the eleventh annual celebration for 2012. As a director and chief curator of this event, Krzysztof established an association of 30 European festivals of photography, called PHOTO FESTIVAL UNION. The organization is responsible for common activities of European photo events, such as annual meetings, publications, photographic exchange and common promotion.
Deadline: November 28th, 2011
ONWARD Compé is Project Basho's annual international photography competition for emerging photographers. Our main goal is to increase the exposure of talented image-makers and create new outlets for their work. Juried each year by a leading figure in contemporary photography, ONWARD Compé spotlights new envelope-pushing work that continues to further the medium. Now in it's fifth year, ONWARD Compé has been steadily growing, drawing submissions from around the U.S. and across the globe.
Juror: Todd Hido
This year's guest juror is celebrated photographer Todd Hido. First attracting the attention of the art world for his portfolio Housesitting in ArtForum (May 1998), Hido has since become one the most distinctive and inspired image-makers in contemporary photography.
Hido's landscapes and portraits examine themes of anonymity and isolation in American life. Shooting with available and low light, often with long exposures, his pictures are heavily infused with mood and tension without straying towards sentimentality.
Deadline: November 30th, 2011
Submit to Issue #9, THEME: Alternate Vision
We are looking for work that uses alternative or experimental (in both digital and analogue) processes to create a photographic image. In essence the theme for this issue is conceptual, about how an image is constructed, or questions how we read/understand an image as opposed to what the image is necessarily depicting.
Images: Up to 3 images, 300 DPI and at least 1200 pixels on widest side. Save them as RGB, JPEG files on setting 12 (do not optimize).
Statement: All images and projects should be accompanied by a Statement relevant to the specific submission. Should be no more than 200 words long and contained in email body.
Bio: No more than 100 words long and contained in email body.
Contact: Email and website address, city and country, should be included in email body.
Writing: We are also interested in any writing on photographic practices or subjects, reviews of an exhibition, book or website. Submissions should not exceed 1000 words, and should be emailed along with a Bio and Contact details.
DEADLINE: 30th November 2011
Send all submissions and contributions to: firstname.lastname@example.org