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Expanding Boundaries

Los Angeles Center for Photography
Los Angeles, CA


We are pleased to announce “Expanding Boundaries” – LACP’s Third Annual Fine Art Exhibition! The exhibit will run from May 25 – June 22, 2018 with opening night reception scheduled for Friday, May 25, 7-10 pm, 2018. The juror, Scott B. Davis, will select between 40-50 images based on creativity, originality, and quality. In addition, another 50-60 images will be chosen for a virtual gallery display via LACP’s website. There is no limit to the amount of images which can be submitted.


Black and White 2018

Center For Fine Art Photography
Fort Collins, CO


All Black and White imagery is eligible for submission. All types of photographic processes are eligible for this exhibition. This includes all film, alternative processes, traditional, digital,  and all post-production techniques. All subject matter is welcome. All sizes are eligible.

Juror:  Catherine Couturier is the Owner and Director of Catherine Couturier Gallery.



This American Landscape

The New England School of Photography
Waltham, MA


Artists are invited to submit thematic work which addresses issues within the American Landscape to include history, politics, land-use, ecology, economy, and collective memory.

Juror:  Jim Dow



The Woven Tale Press


No Entry Fee

The Woven Tale Press is a monthly online literary and fine arts magazine. The Press mission is to grow traffic to noteworthy artists and writers on the Web; we link contributors works directly back to their websites or blogs.

The Press welcomes submissions of painting, mixed media, crafts (including fiber), sculpture, photography, printmaking, and experimental. We pride ourselves on being eclectic.

For submission guidelines visit

Please review current issues before submitting.



MNEMONIC- International Juried Photography Exhibit

Dab Art
Ventura, CA


Dab Art’s juried shows have featured remarkable and notable artists from all over the globe. Our venue is H Gallery + Studios, a 1930’s-era building located between Malibu and Ojai in the greater Los Angeles area. The vintage industrial charm of H Gallery’s vaulted ceilings, suspended display walls and substantial exhibition space create a unique and highly visited gallery. Dab Art’s high-caliber reputation, progressive curating style and distinquished guest jurors makes our annual photography competiion one of the most coveted contemporary exhibitions in Southern California.

DETAILS – Entries will be juried and selected based on technical application, originality and concept. Finalists will be invited to show their work in a six-week exhibition at H Gallery. Artists selected for this exhibit will also be featured along with their photos in a book published by Dab Art titled NMEMONIC. This full-color folio will be added to the permanent catalog in the LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) Balch Art Research Library. All exhibiting photographers will receive a gratis paperback edition of NMEMONIC from Dab Art; a hardback book will also be available for purchase,

Juror: Michael Minor


N.Y. Photo Curator: ‘Natural Encounters’ Curated by Fran Forman


Fran Forman says, “We now know that 60% of primate species are threatened with extinction, as are hundreds of other species. In the the Arctic, large areas of permafrost are melting, and an ice swath the size of Delaware is separating in Antarctica. These are signposts for a hopeless future for our planet, and it’s our responsibility as artists to call attention to, and alter, this course.

Please submit images that address the connection and interdependence between humans and the natural world. The images may or may not be documentary. I’m looking for emotional impact as well as a strong composition. I encourage all photographic techniques, although the message is more paramount than the medium.”



The Curated Fridge- Spring 2018

The Curated Fridge
Somerville, MA


Open Theme

Francine Weiss will be the Refrigecurator of the Spring 2018 show!
Francine Weiss is the Senior Curator at the Newport Art Museum in RI where she curates exhibitions of photography, new media, contemporary, and American art. Her past positions include Curator at the Photographic Resource Center (and Editor of Loupe), Acting Assistant Curator in the Department of Photographs at the National Gallery of Art (Washington DC), and curatorial fellow at Harvard University Art Museum and deCordova Museum. She has also worked at the Fitchburg Art Museum and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Weiss teaches in the MFA program at New Hampshire Institute of Art and has taught at Wellesley College and Boston University. She has a Ph.D. in photo history from Boston University.



The Independent Photographer’s Color Themed Photography Competition


Throughout March, photography website The Independent Photographer is seeking entries for their Color themed photography competition. This month’s guest judge is photographer Maciek Jasik, a member of the Whooden collective in NYC, acting as photographer for brands including Vice, GQ and Wired.


The competition is open to photographers from all ages and backgrounds with $1500 in prizes up for grabs, plus the winning photograph will appear in a group exhibition in Berlin and a photo book.


The Independent Photographer has grown substantially as a platform in the past two years, attracting high profile judges and an incredible quality of work. The site was established by photographers in 2016 in order to discover and provide a platform for the work of emerging artists globally, and as such, artists rights are strongly recognized and pictures are given full credit across all platforms





Sweetwater Art Center
Sewickley, PA


Sweetwater is currently seeking photographic work for our upcoming site / sight exhibition concerning humanity’s complex relationship to place. What does the world look like and how do people see themselves within it? How are memory and identity manifested in those perspectives? How does the constancy of change and the current state of flux influence this connection?



2018 Aperture Summer Open

Aperture Foundation
New York, NY


The Aperture Summer Open is an annual open-submission exhibition at Aperture Foundation’s gallery in New York, featuring a wide variety of work by photographers from around the world. Selected by a jury of leading editors and critics, the exhibition seeks to reveal and report on key themes and trends driving contemporary photography. The exhibition opens the doors of the foundation to photographers of all ages, at all points in their careers, as we seek to promote new ideas and talent.

The theme of the 2018 Aperture Summer Open is “The Way We Live Now.” The curators seek new bodies of work by photographers defining a moment of rapid change in culture, politics, technology, and self-expression. Across ideas of beauty and style, landscape and environment, and media and connectivity, how do photographs define the currents and contradictions of our moment?

The 2018 Aperture Summer Open is curated by Brendan Wattenberg, managing editor, Aperturemagazine; Siobhán Bohnacker, senior photo editor, the New Yorker; Marvin Orellana, photo editor, New York magazine; and Antwaun Sargent, independent writer and critic.



International Call for Entries

Athens Photo Festival


Athens Photo Festival is accepting submissions for the 2018 exhibition programme. The selected works will be presented from 6 June to 29 July 2018, at the Benaki Museum (Pireos St. Annexe), one of the most prestigious museums in Greece.

The festival attempts to bring together a range of different perspectives from emerging and established artists and photographers from all over the world with the aim to reflect the diversity of contemporary photography, and to create opportunities for exchange of ideas, artistic expression and international engagement.

The exhibition programme will be comprised of a wide variety of works, selected through this international open call for submissions. The call is open for all genres of photography ranging from fine art to documentary and photojournalism, photo-based installations and multimedia. The Festival also welcomes submissions for its Photobook Show.




Kaunas Photography Gallery


On February 16, 2018, celebrating the centenary of the restored Independence of Lithuania, in collaboration with LensCulture, KAUNAS PHOTO festival launches an Open Call for its 15th edition, offering an array of opportunities for Photographers from inclusion to festival program, artistic residencies to the New KAUNAS PHOTO STAR Award, consisting of a solo exhibition at the largest photography gallery in the Baltic States, Kaunas Photography Gallery, and 2500 EUR monetary prize.



RPS International Photography Exhibition 161

Royal Photography Society


The Royal Photographic Society is pleased to announce the call for entries to the International Photography Exhibition 161 (IPE 161), an annual competition and UK touring exhibition, open to entry to photographers worldwide. Each year the IPE provides a fascinating insight into the range and diversity of contemporary and traditional photography.

Competition entries can include single images and photographic series across all genres: Documentary, Fine Art, Landscape, Portraiture, Travel, Photojournalism and Street Photography to name but a few.




PH21 Gallery
Budapest, Hungary


We live much of our lives in familiar situations and surroundings, and that holds true for our natural, built as well as our social environment. We need to rely on the known and the recognizable so that we can go about our daily routines. There are photographs that depict the known and the familiar; photography, however, may also surprise us by presenting that which is unusual, distracting or even disturbing. These images may catch us off guard and demand more of our attention and interpretive efforts. They might be unexpected for various reasons in terms of their content or composition; they all, however, originate in a creative photographic decision to present the world in a way that departs from the mundane ordinariness of the familiar.

PH21 Gallery invites photographers to submit their work for a group exhibition themed Unexpected. We are looking for submissions from all photographers who are interested in this subject and would like to share their work with a wider international audience through the exposure of PH21 Gallery. The theme is broadly construed without any photographic genre restrictions. Indeed, we are interested in all possible creative photographic interpretations of the theme.



Capturing Place

Arts Council of Lake Oswego
Lake Oswego, OR


Call to Artists: Arts Council of Lake Oswego (ACLO) invites artists to submit photographic work to be considered for ACLO’s May-June 2018 exhibition entitled Capturing Place. This exhibition asks artists to submit new or existing work that creatively explores the intersection of place and identity. Artists may consider the following questions:

  •   How do the physical features of geographical places act as a site for memory?
  •   How are landscape (cultural or physical) and identity intertwined? How do we imbuespace (built, natural, or imagined) with meaning?
  •   How do we shape place and how are we shaped by it?All interpretations of the theme, capture types, color and black and white, traditional and non- traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.




Southeast Center for Photography
Greenville, South Carolina


Home, domicile, a dwelling-place. We’re looking for notions of home reinterpreted by the artist…a defining image that speaks to the idea of home, whether a memory, a marker, or a revelation. Color or BW, analog, digital or antique processes, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.

Juror- Our juror for Home is Aline Smithson. After a career as a New York Fashion Editor and working alongside the greats of fashion photography, Aline Smithson discovered the family Rolleiflex and never looked back. An artist now represented by galleries in the U.S. and Europe and published throughout the world, Aline continues to create her award-winning photography with humor, compassion, and a 50-year-old camera.




Praxis Gallery and Photographic Arts Center
Minneapolis, MN


Half a century after the advent of color film, black and white & monochromatic photography continues to capture our collectiveimagination.  Utilizing  tone,  contrast,  texture   and   shape, monochromatic photography strips its subject to only the most essential visual elements; revealing  a  sense of  soul,  substance  andmeaning – separate from the shifting sentiments, symbolism and cultural associations of color imagery.

Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic works that demonstrate the fundamental qualities that make black and white & monochromatic  photography an enduring, contemporary  art form.

All subjects, genres, capture types, black & white and monochromatic, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.



FotoTexas: People, Places & Culture

Texas Photographic Society
Johnson City, TX


FotoTexas seeks work produced in Texas and wishes to celebrate the rich history, culture, people, icons, landscape and natural resources of the state that TPS proudly calls home. All photographic based work is welcome including digital, silver and alternative processes. Artists do not need to be a member of TPS to enter. However, artists may join TPS and enter this competition at the same time.




PhotoPlace Gallery
Middlebury, VT


“If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water.” – Loren Eiseley

Water: sustainer of all life, ever various in its sources and forms, a magnet for imagination, meditation, fear, and wonder. Photographers have been making images of water since photography’s birth, drawn to the beauty and changeability of fog, mist, spray, ice, oceans and rivers, lakes and streams, rain, sleet, snow, puddles, and waves.

For this exhibit we seek photographs that capture the unique qualities of water—the way it catches the light, cuts through the earth, falls from the sky, sustains or threatens life, and changes its forms.

All captures and processes welcome.

Juror: Ann Jastrab



Know South No South

Atlanta Photography Group
Atlanta, GA


APG is seeking photographic projects that provide new insight and a better understanding of the American South today. Know South No South will look at the idea of Southern identity in the 21st century. The American South is recognized as a distinct cultural and geographical region within America. The culinary, musical, and storytelling traditions of the region are unique cultural byproducts that emanated from the deeply rooted structures of class, race, and economics that have existed for generations.

Purchase Award

Juror Richard McCabe, Curator of Photography at the Ogden Museum, Of Southern Art will be selecting 6-9 pieces each from 4-8 artists to feature in this exhibition. All the artists selected for the exhibition will be eligible for the Know South No South Purchase Award of $2500. The High Museum Curator of Photography reviews the exhibition and may select works from one artist for the Museum’s permanent collection. APG purchases the work and donates the pieces to The High Museum of Art in Atlanta.



Palms Springs Photo Festival: No-Fee Slide Show Contest

Annenberg Theater of the Palms Springs Art Museum
Palm Springs, CA


Each evening of the festival we present the work of 4 finalists. Your work could be seen by the faculty, sponsors and attendees of the Palm Springs Photo Festival on the large screen in the Annenberg Theater of the Palm Springs Art Museum.



The Spirit of Flight Juried Photography Exhibition

The Museum of Flight
Seattle, WA


Our annual exhibition asks photographers to submit images they feel embody the “spirit of flight.” Selected by a jury of Museum staff and volunteers, the 2018 exhibition is sure to showcase a stunning selection of images curated from photographs submitted by photographers from around the world. The exhibition opens June 16, 2018.



International Photography Competition – 2018

ViewPoint Gallery
Halifax, NS


This is an opportunity to exhibit your work for one month at ViewPoint Gallery, a photography gallery located in Halifax, Nova Scotia on a busy downtown street in the heart of one of Canada’s most vibrant arts communities.

The International Photography Competition is open to photographers located in any country around the world.  There are no restrictions on subject matter.  The images will be reviewed by an independent jury comprised of experienced photographers who will select 12 images for exhibition at ViewPoint Gallery.



Solo Exhibition

SRO Photo Gallery
Lubbock, Texas


The SRO Photo Gallery at the Texas Tech School of Art hosts an annual national competition for six to eight photographic art solo exhibitions. Portfolios are reviewed by a committee consisting of the Photography area of the School of Art and the Landmark Arts Staff.

We are seeking portfolios of work that address various photographic techniques and aesthetic approaches. Consistency in the work as well as creative vision is important in the selection process,

There is no submission fee to apply to SRO Photo Gallery for consideration.




Focus on the Story International Photo Festival

Gallery O
Washington DC, Washington DC

Details: We’re excited to announce the Focus on the Story Awards for 2018. We’re looking for images that not only make us go “wow” but help us better understand the world around us.
Sitting on the jury for this international contest is Svetlana Bachevanova, a photojournalist and publisher at FotoEvidence; Ed Kashi, an award-winning documentary photographer and filmmaker; and Elizabeth Krist, a former long-time photo editor at National Geographic.

RISE: Empower Change and Action!

Whitney Modern Gallery
Los Gatos, California


​Imagine creating positive change through art!

How do we listen, speak our minds, and collaborate across the generations, race, identity and culture? How do we build and empower our future, both locally and globally?

RISE: Empower, Change and Action! seeks to bring artists into dialogue and to bring forth what is important to self, community, our nation and the world at large through art that reflects and addresses complex socio-cultural issues and focuses on a vision for a more positive, empowering future, particularly for self-identified women and girls as well as their families. It is underpinned by the feminist principle that believes in political, economic and social equality for all.

Manifestations of empowerment can include gender equality; economic independence, education, access to health care, reproductive rights, human rights, freedom of expression, changing gender roles, and breaking gender and race stereotypes. Art submissions can range from literal to poetic, abstract to representational, and include social and political commentary. The show looks to include the more abstract ideals and universal themes of peace, exploration of belief systems, universal responsibility, and the search for beauty, and transcendence. Artists may submit works that are a source of healing, hope and compassion or instruments of growth, self-discovery, and social or political transformation. We welcome art that reflects personal as well as observed stories, whether myth, fact or fiction.

RISE aims to emphasize the commonalities of our human experience.

Art can be a powerful, productive force and instrumental in sparking change or critical thinking. Through this exhibition, we are committed to promoting and supporting local, national, and global art activism and bring to light issues and concerns, art can effect change.



Durango Art Center’s 42nd Annual Juried Exhibition

Durango Center for the Arts
Durango, Colorado


This competition is open to all artists working in any 2 or 3 dimensional visual art media. This year’s juror will be Josie Lopez, Curator of 516 ARTS in Albuquerque, NM.



24th Annual Juried Members’ Exhibitions

Griffin Museum of Photography
Winchester , MA


This Call for Entries is open to all member photographers. Entrants must be members of the Griffin Museum of Photography (with an expiration after 4/1/2018). We do not advocate for members to join the museum for this juried opportunity only. We always welcome new members as part of our family and offer a broad range of member opportunities. While some opportunities are for long distance members like our on-line classes, we are working on increasing our offerings this year for distance members. The Griffin Museum invites member photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate. Experimental and mixed techniques are welcome. There is no theme. The juror will choose between 50 – 60 photographs. We ask the juror to TRY not to choose more than one photograph per photographer.   We encourage submitting images from a singular, unified body of work for a cohesive selection for the Juried Exhibition. Artwork selected for gallery exhibition will be limited to FRAMED SIZE of 30×40 inches and under.

Juror: Richard McCabe



Urban Landscapes Suburban Scenes Rural Impressions

New York Center for Photographic Arts
New York, NY


The New York Center for Photographic Art (NYC4PA) invites photographers world-wide to submit images using any photographic process (print, image transfer, emulsion transfer, encaustic, black and white, etc.). Prizes include  $3,000 in cash awards, a New York Gallery Exhibition and images in both the  NYC4PA Online Gallery and in the ONE 2017 catalog. 

Juror: Kay Kenny



ArtAscent: Black


Many shades of black colour our lives. Black paints many idioms and expressions including black market, blackmail, blacklist, black sheep, black and white, black and blue, in the black, black thoughts and black holes. It is technically the absence of visible light, but we often sense it best in contrast to light and colour. Does black reference darkness, mourning, the end, secrets, magic, evil, elegance, authority or solemnity? The interpretations of black are diverse. Share your shades of BLACK with words or images.



Brush Talks


Brush Talks is currently seeking submissions of photos related to China for our upcoming issue, to be published in the spring of 2018. No submission fee. Brush Talks is a journal of nonfiction, photography, and occasional poetry about China. We seek submissions about places, people, history, culture, the arts, science and technology — anything related to China. This includes pieces by Chinese or non-Chinese about a topic in China itself and pieces by Chinese related to the Chinese diaspora (i.e., their experiences in other countries and cultures). Please visit our website for more information and read the submission guidelines before submitting.



Memory of Place

Southeast Center for Photography
Greenville, South Carolina


The appeal of discovering traces of the past is undeniable. The silence of ruins is quite often a memory machine, stirring waves of emotion, calling to our past.  Color or BW, analog, digital or antique processes, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.

Our juror for Memory of Place is Susan Spiritus. Susan Spiritus has been a leader in the field of fine art photography for 39 years, opening the doors to her Southern California gallery in 1976 so that she could share her passion for photography with others.



MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018


MonoVisions Photography Awards are an international open call for photographers using black and white medium to express their visual language.

Our aim is to discover the best monochrome photographers from all over the world and deliver the best opportunities to be recognized and rewarded for their work. You can compete for $5000 in cash prizes in two categories: Black and White Photo of the Year 2018 and Black and White Series of the Year 2018. 



Dorothea Lange – Paul Taylor Prize

Duke Univeristy Rubenstein Library
Durham, North Carolina


First announced in 1990, the Dorothea Lange–Paul Taylor Prize was created by the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University to encourage collaboration between documentary writers and photographers in the tradition of the acclaimed photographer Dorothea Lange and writer and social scientist Paul Taylor. In 1941 Lange and Taylor published An American Exodus, a book that renders human experience eloquently in text and images and remains a seminal work in documentary studies.

Like Lange and Taylor, and all serious documentarians, the competitive applicants to this prize have a point of view derived from an in-depth understanding of place, history, and the current situation, in concert with a personal relationship to the proposed work. Ultimately, their commitment is to use documentary expression to motivate the thinking and reflection of others.

In 2011, in recognition of the changing environment in which documentary artists conduct their work, we reframed the prize guidelines. The Lange-Taylor Prize is now intended to support artists, working alone or in teams, who have undertaken extended, ongoing fieldwork projects that fully exploit the relationship of words and images in the powerful, persuasive representation of a subject. (The prize is not awarded for completed projects, to artists who are seeking funds to produce a book, exhibit, website, or other outcomes.)




Loosen Art Project
Milan, Italy


Free entry

Starting from the 60s, plastic material became the “new frontier” in the field of fashion, design and art. The “new” material bursts into the everyday and into the imagination of millions of people, in kitchens, in living rooms, allowing ever wider masses to access consumption previously reserved for a privileged few, simplifying an infinite number of daily gestures, coloring the houses , revolutionizing habits estabblished for centuries and helping to create the “modern lifestyle”



Pastiche Magazine – Call for Entry


All accepted submission will be included in the printed publication while selected submissions will be featured both online and physically.


Theme is open. Photographers are invited to submit their best work!



Best Portfolio 2018

blank wall / gallery


Blank Wall Gallery organizes an international portfolio contest for 2018 in order to discover and promote one photographer. The award of the best photographer will be a two-week solo exhibition at the new premises of Blank Wall Gallery. The gallery will produce and finance 36 prints (40x50cm and 50x70cm) for the exhibition as well as everything needed for its realization, even if you cannot attend it. The artist will gain international recognition and promotion from our web page.



Portfolio Showcase 3: Landscapes

Davis Orton Gallery
Hudson, NY


Abstract, fractured, suggested; from details to vistas.



Black Coffee & Vinyl Presents: Ice- Themed Writing, Art & Music


Artists are invited to submit work that explores ice-related themes to the new art project Black Coffee & Vinyl Presents. We are seeking work that features the physical and spiritual beauty of our world’s ice, explores the life of the people and cultures that are connected to the ice from the Arctic Circle to Antarctica, and addresses important political issues related to ice. Artists with selected work will be provided with a $50 (U.S.) honorarium.




Santa Fe Photographic Workshops
Santa Fe, NM


Our world contains an astonishing variety of creatures, perspectives, and people. It is these differences that create the exquisite beauty and boundless wonder of our planet.

Whether it is cultural, biological, or philosophical, photography has the power to highlight and preserve the vast array of the human (and animal) experience.

For our DIVERSITY contest, show us images that highlight the richness and complexity that makes our society and our universe a beautiful, intriguing, and awe-inspiring place.



Annual Contemporary Photography Competition

Philadelphia Photo Arts Center
Philadelphia, PA


2 Artists will win $5,000 each and concurrent solo exhibitions from April 11, 2019 –
May 25, 2019. PPAC understand’s that contemporary photography takes many forms, we are open to all photography, digital imaging, film/video, and lens-based installation work.

Juror: Lucy Gallun, Assistant Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art



Rfotofolio: The Denis Roussel Award


The Denis Roussel Award is for photographers whose work is based on the historical/alternative photographic processes, including silver gelatin.
The Denis Roussel Award winner will be featured on Rfotofolio with a future interview, and be included in future publications, and future exhibitions.

Juror: Jill Enfield




Jadite Gallery
NYC, New York


The New York Center for Photographic Art (NYC4PA) invites photographers world-wide to submit images using any photographic process (print, image transfer, emulsion transfer, encaustic, black and white, color etc.). 

Juror: Crista Dix



4th Annual Group Show: Open Theme

Davis Orton Gallery
Hudson, NY


Photo-based works and videos.

Juror: Paula Tognarelli,
Executive Director & Curator, Griffin Museum of Photography



Portfolio Showcase 5: Picturing Mental Health

Davis Orton Gallery
Hudson, NY


Portraits, still life, interiors, landscapes; series that visually communicate issues related to mental health



Portfolio Showcase 6: Moved to Act

Davis Orton Gallery
Hudson, NY


Demonstrations, Marches, Political Actions



Chromatic Photography Awards 2018


Chromatic Awards is an international competition of color photography open to both professionals and amateurs. Participation in the Chromatic Awards offers not only prestige, but also the opportunity to win extra money for the development of passion.
As such, every professional and amateur photographer from every corner of the world is invited and urged to participate in the very first edition of this international prestigious photographic competition dedicated to color photography where 20 categories will be adjudicated by an international jury composed of magazine editors, gallery curators, professional agents and other industry professionals.
By taking part in the competition, Chromatic Awards accords you a chance that is otherwise fleeting or nonexistent in other platforms. Being noticed can help further your career path and give additional experience and opportunities previously denied from you.
2017 Grand Prize is $2.000 for Professional Winner and $1.000 For Amateur Winner.
This year’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners along with the Honorable Mentions handpicked by book editors from both the Professional and Amateur levels will likewise be published in our Chromatic Awards Annual Book.

9th Annual PHOTOBOOK 2018

Davis Orton Gallery
Hudson, NY


1 call, 2 exhibits: Davis Orton Gallery & Griffin Museum of Photography, Jurors: Paula Tognarelli, Karen Davis



The Annual International Competition

The Print Center
Philadelphia, PA


The Annual International Competition is one of the most prestigious and oldest competitions in the United States. The Print Center is particularly interested in highlighting local, national, and international artists who utilize photography and printmaking in intriguing ways, both in content and process. Winners will be selected by Keliy Anderson-Staley and Katherine Ware. Anderson-Staley is a Houston-based artist whose work was introduced to us through our 84th Annual International Competition in 2010. Ware is the Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art.



Open Call: In the In-Between Seeks Portfolios for Publications


In the In-Between welcomes project submissions for portfolio features, interviews, and photobook reviews. All submissions remain on file for 1 year and are reviewed 4 times annually. All photographic genres are considered for publication, and we value work that demonstrates new, innovative, and critical approaches to photographic authorship.