I always like to celebrate new opportunites and new publications, and this one has both! Umter Magazine is designed to showcase emerging and established contemporary image-makers and the new issue is out! The issue features Kayung Lai, Jessica Zerbel, Carolyn Hampton, Alex O’Brien, Kat Kiernan, Jenna Garrett, Maurizio Strippoli, and Ole Elfenkamper.
Umter Magazine aims to showcase artists while pushing forward an ongoing critical discourse within contemporary photography and image-making. They curate and publish online issues bi-monthly, and will be posting themes for issues and calls for entries. Subscribe to our mailing list if you wish to be informed when calls for entries are announced. Issues are available as .pdf files. At this point, the themes are open, providing an up-to-date snapshot of what’s happening in the visual arts community.
Editor and founder, Joe Gasior, started Umter Magazine after graduating from University as a way to stay involved with image makers and create a photographic conversation.
Umter curates and publishes online issues bi-monthly, and will be posting themes for issues and calls for entries. Subscribe to their mailing list if you wish to be informed when calls for entries are announced. Issues are available as .pdf files.
To submit your work:
Please send a zip folder of your work in an email to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions should be in .jpg format and should consist of a body of work, accompanied with a synopsis of the work, and any other information you feel is relevant to assist in the understanding of your work. Feel free to attach text files.
If your images have titles, please include these in your email.
Images should be named in the following format: FirstName|LastName|001|.jpg (e.g. JohnSmith001.jpg) and be around 2500px on its longest edge at a minimum of 72dpi.
At Umter, a big part of what we do is opening a varied critical discourse surrounding all areas of image making. Therefore, we would be happy to accept any essays for inclusion in the magazine.
If your work is selected for inclusion in an issue we will contact you requesting further information and images.
All submitted work will be kept on file, if a work does not fit into a current issue, we will keep it in mind for future issues.
Posts on Lenscratch may not be reproduced without the permission of the Lenscratch staff and the photographer.
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