LENSCRATCH is creating exposure opportunities for photographers with group on-line exhibitions. Photographers will be allowed ONE entry per exhibition. Please see the Categories below…do not send images that are unrelated to these categories.
- Size: 72dpi, sRGB, 1000px on the long side
- Your name should appear in the file name of the jpg.
- Save as .jpg
Submit Via Email
- Send ONE image to: email@example.com
- In the subject of your e-mail, type the name of the exhibition (example: OMENS)
- Send name, title, location (where you captured the image), and link to your work (website or other):
It makes it easier for us if you follow the example below EXACTLY:
©Aline Smithson, The Red Rose, Los Angeles, CA http://www.alinesmithson.com
(Name with copyright symbol, title of piece, location where it was captured, link to your site–include http://)
- If your image is sized incorrectly or the submission is incomplete, it will not be posted.
Submission Categories and Due Dates:
Ordinary Creatures Exhibition
Due Date: April 7th
Exhibition to run on Friday, April 19th
This is a juried Exhibition
Juror R.J. Kern will select a winner and a number of images of his choice to feature in the exhibition. The winner will receive boasting rights and a Lenscratch t-shirt.
“I’m interested in seeing a story told through an animal portrait, real or imagined. Finding beauty in the common— not the exotic— inspires us to look closer to domestic surroundings.” This is not a wildlife exhibition, but one that celebrates ordinary animals close to home.
R. J. Kern is an American artist whose work explores ideas of home, ancestry, and a sense of place through the interaction of people, animals, and cultural landscapes. His work has been exhibited in a number of notable exhibitions, including the Museum of Modern Art (Tbilisi, Georgia), National Portrait Gallery (London, UK), and the Yixian International Photography Festival (Anhui, China). Awards include CENTER 2017 Choice Award Winner, Curator’s Choice (First Place), PDN’s 30 2018, Photolucida Critical Mass 2018 Top 50 and the 2017 TAYLOR WESSING Photographic Portrait Prize (Finalist). His work was featured in National Geographic (November 2017). Public collections holding his work include the Center for Creative Photography, the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Plains Art Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg. He is represented by the Klompching Gallery in New York and Burnet Fine Art & Advisory in Minnesota.