Fine Art Photography Daily

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10/04/2019 – 01/04/2020

Stories of the South

Ground Floor Gallery + Studios
Nashville, TN


Whether you are from the region itself or have passed through over time, the south has a way of embedding itself into ones memories. From its long history, quirky landmarks and vast changing landscape, the south is deeply rooted in tradition and American culture. While many people think the south wants to remain as it was, the “old south,” I have found that over the last decade the region is beginning to turn over a new leaf. This show is a chance for photographers to give viewers a taste of what the south looks like for them through their lens.



Exposure Photography Festival

The Exposure Photography Festival
Calgary, Canada

Exposure Photography Festival is now taking submissions to select work to be exhibited in the next edition of the festival in Calgary, Alberta. The International Open Call exhibition will take place in February next year as a part of the main festival programme.
Exposure supports the international photography scene by showcasing some of the best work in contemporary practice both in Canada and beyond. We are delighted to announce our juror Travis Cole who will be selecting works for the International Open Call exhibition. Travis Cole is the Executive Director of Paved Arts, a Saskatoon based artist-run centre that focuses on new media practice.

Film Photo Award Fall 2019 Grant Period


The bi-annual Film Photo Award will begin accepting submissions for the Fall 2019 Submission Period on September 1, 2019. This award offers three distinct film grants to photographers who demonstrate a serious commitment to the field and are motivated to continue the development of still film-based photography in the 21st century. All emerging, established, and student photographers worldwide, 18 years old or older are invited to submit to one of three available award categories: New Project Award, Continuing Project Award, and Student Project Award,

The award includes:

Continuing Project Award
Recipients choice of:
300 sheets of 4×5, 200 rolls of 120, or 200 rolls of 35mm Kodak Professional film

New Project Award
Recipients choice of:
300 sheets of 4×5, 200 rolls of 120, or 200 rolls of 35mm Kodak Professional film

Student Project Award
Recipients choice of:
150 sheets of 4×5, 100 rolls of 120, or 100 rolls of 35mm Kodak Professional film
In addition, the recipient of the Student Project Award will receive a 4×5 view camera from Standard Cameras.

Recipients choose the Kodak Professional Film emulsion that is best suited for their project from the following list: Portra 160, Portra 400, Ektar 100, Tri-X 400 / 320, T-MAX 100, T-MAX 400.



ISSP Riga Residency 2019–2020

Biedrība “ISSP”
Riga LV-1050,


Photographers and diverse range of artists working with photography are invited to apply for the ISSP Riga Residency Programme in Riga, Latvia, to continue into 2020. The Residency offers a stay of 1–2 months during the time period of 1 December 2019 – 31 May 2020.



AAP Magazine: STREET


Our eight printed issue of AAP Magazine will feature the best projects showcasing the theme “STREET”. Send us a cohesive body of work or portfolio that best illustrates the heart and soul of our cities.




PH21 Contemporary Photography Gallery


Although staged photography emerged as a distinct artistic genre only a few decades ago, staging has been a standard photographic practice from the early days of the medium. For some genres like still life, fashion or nude photography, setting the stage and directing the models are almost intrinsic aspects of the creative process. Photographs belonging to other genres, for instance portraits, may or may not be staged or directed. For this exhibition we are looking for images, which have been constructed to create a unique meaning. We invite works created by artists who, in addition to that of the photographer, also assume other creative functions, such as setting or designing the scene, directing the model(s), sometimes designing the costume and set, or even applying makeup and prosthetics. Staged images, however, do not necessarily have to involve human or nonhuman models as they may rely merely on the arrangements of selected objects into a meaningful scene.



This Land

Darkroom Gallery
Essex Jct., VT


For This Land we’re looking for photos that express the connectivity of the individual, the photographer, to the world around. What do you see when you’re hiking in the mountains or taking a walk in a city park?  How do you see it – through the scope of a wide angle lens or through details selectively framed? We’d like to see your expression of your connection to the land as well as your vision of your personal landscape. This will be deeply spiritual for some and more matter-of-fact for others; the important factor is presenting the world, your world, as you uniquely see it.



OPAL – call for submissions for Issue 3


The Ottawa Photography and Art Label (OPAL) is gearing up for our third issue!  Based in Ottawa, Canada, our mission is to promote, publish, and celebrate talented and contemporary national and international visual artists. Community engagement, inclusivity, and diversity is at the core of OPAL and everything we do.



Master Class – The Photo Montage

A Smith Gallery
Johnson City, TX


Just as a photograph can record fragments of reality, it can also be created out of fragments. This is what a photo montage does. It juxtaposes and melds seemingly disparate objects into a cohesive whole, fragments from many sources, to present a different reality, in the way a dream might present fragments from different times and places.



17th Annual Joyce Elaine Grant Exhibition

Texas Woman’s University
Denton, TX


Established in 2001 and organized by the graduate photography students at Texas Woman’s University, the annual Joyce Elaine Grant Exhibition provides a national venue for the exhibition of artistic expression as seen through the eye of the camera. Photographers from throughout the United States are invited to submit entries for the exhibition and catalog. This exhibition is open to anyone creating photographic images. All photographic and related processes are encouraged including digital, non-silver and photographic book arts as well as video work. The exhibition will be on view to the public at the Texas Woman’s University East | West Galleries February 24th through April 13th 2020. Pieces must not exceed 60” in any dimension.

Exhibition proceeds fund the JEG Photography Exhibition Endowment, which supports photography student scholarships in the Department of Visual Arts.



2019 Rfotofolio Call


Once a year Rfotofolio has our call for entries. This year Rfotofolio is honored to have
Sally Davies, Kat Kiernan, and Brian Taylor as our jurors.
This is the seventh year for the Rfotofolio Call and each year the quality of work reachs a higher and more diverse level.



Fellowship 20

Silver Eye Center for Photography
Pittsburgh, PA


Silver Eye Center for Photography announces a Call for Entries Fellowship 20, our annual international photography competition. Winners receive a cash award and a solo exhibition with free Lab @ Silver Eye production support for their show. Winning exhibitions will take place in the summer of 2020. The Fellowship Award recognizes a rising talent or established photographer from anywhere in the world, and the Keystone Award is given to an exceptional photographer living or making work in the state of Pennsylvania.

This year’s International Award juror is Julie Crooks, Assistant Curator, Photography at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario and the Keystone Award Juror is Dan Leers, Curator of Photography at the Carneige Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.





A Smith Gallery
Johnson City, TX


surroundings : environment, ambience, location, setting, milieu, neighborhood, environs, home, place, scene, vicinity, site, locale, habitat, dwelling….


Photographers of all levels are invited to submit work reflecting the theme “surroundings” to A Smith Gallery by October 28, 2019. Entries of 11 or more images are eligible for a review of submitted entry images by the gallery directors. The entry fee is $38 for the first 5 images and $7 for each additional image. Fifty to fifty five images will be selected for exhibition and shown at the gallery from December 13, 2019 to January 26, 2020.  Receptions will be held on December 14, 2019 and January 25, 2020 both from 4 to 8pm. A Blurb full color catalogue of the exhibit with all the accepted entries will be available for purchase.  Awards are $325 for Juror’s Award, $250 for Director’s Award, five Honorable Mentions each receiving an exhibition catalogue and $100 for Visitors’ Choice Award.


Juror for “surroundings” will be Kat Kiernan, artist, curator and editor-in-chief of Don’t Take Pictures



N Y Photo Curator: Self-Conscious Curator: Frances Jakubek


Jakubek says, “This exhibition is calling out for image makers who are exploring visual depictions of the self. The photographs should reflect an awareness of existence and consciousness, whether depicting how we perceive our self in a greater conversation, (environmentally, politically, etc), or through self-portraiture. Our personal histories inform our responses to world events, relationships and different circumstances…how do we show this photographically?

Examples of the scope: Elinor Carucci’s photograph, Mother puts on my lipstick from 1993 is an example of direct personal information compared to an image like Patrick Nagatani’s from “Nuclear Enchantment,” discovering his home as it correlates to the history of war. We each have our own unique history and the way we view the world and our place in it; I am interested in viewing images that embody the importance and anxiety of being self-conscious.”



Human Body

Cornel/Henry Art Photography Gallery
San Diego, CA


We are inviting all photographers to enter our Fall Photo Contest! Send your best photos expressing your unique view and perspective about the human body. We will select two winners by 11.30 to be featured in our gallery in the Spring of 2020!



ArtAscent – Motion



Moving or being moved. Shifting, stirring, changing places. The rise and fall. Progress, flow and change in self and society. Dance, sports, adrenalin. Pushing limits, breaking boundaries. Motion is all around us and lives through us. Share your vision of MOTION.

| Eligible Submissions: 

Entries may include 2- and 3-dimensional media, such as paintings, drawings, photography, mixed media, installations, ceramics, jewelry, fabric, sculpture, photos of performance art, fiction, poetry, short stories and other written explorations (up to 900 words). Submissions must be the original work of the applicant(s). Apply using the online form.

| Highlights: 

Publication in a brilliant art magazine and online 2-year exhibition. Four top applicants will receive a feature section with a profile written about them. Up to 40 applicants will be selected for the full exhibition, all to be showcased in the magazine and the juried online exhibition.

| About ArtAscent: 

The mission of ArtAscent is to promote artists of images and words, and connect them with art lovers. This is accomplished by calls for artists and writers, artist profiling, art magazine publication, and artist and writer online showcasing. Each call is theme based, with the intent to showcase diverse creative explorations of that theme via various media. This marketing tool is created by artists and writers, for artists and writers. This is our art! ArtAscent provides opportunity for the voice of writers and vision of artists to shared in a professional and accessible platform. We are a bright community of creatives and art lovers.



Filter Photo Open Call for Exhibition Proposals

Filter Space
Chicago, Il


All exhibition proposals should relate to photography and/or lens-based artwork, however, this definition is purposefully open-ended—moving-image work, installations, and performances related to photography may all be included in proposals. Artists, curators, and collectives are all welcome to submit proposals. For example, a single artist could submit a proposal for a solo show, or a collective could submit a proposal for a large group show.

Accepted proposals will receive:

  • A 4 to 6-week exhibition at Filter Space to take place 2020 – 2021
  • At least 1 exhibition reception, with refreshments provided
  • The opportunity to host an event in conjunction with the exhibition (e.g. a workshop or artist talk)
  • Exhibition marketing, including printed postcards, an email blast to Filter Photo’s mailing list, and other social media promotion
2019 Exhibition Review Panel
Matt Austin – Founder Candor Arts
Natasha Egan – Executive Director, Museum of Contemporary Photography
Kris Graves – Photographer and Publisher, Kris Graves Projects
Colleen Keihm – Executive Director, LATITUDE
Tonika Lewis Johnson – Visual Artist and Photographer
Juli Lowe – Director, Catherine Edelman Gallery
Jennifer Murray – Executive Director, Filter Photo
Rafael Soldi – Artist and Curator


Praxis Gallery and Photographic Arts Center
Minneapolis, MN


A “found object” is a material artifact discovered by chance and assigned esthetic value in an artist’s hand. Found art may include a wide array of objects and items either discarded, forgotten, dropped, or misplaced – such as shoes, old photographs, signs, doll heads, industrial machinery, abandoned cars, mementos, or any object that can be reimagined through the lens of a camera… as long as the artist believes that the discovered object possesses a certain aesthetic or talismanic quality – stemming from its appearance, social or personal history.

Praxis gallery seeks photographic art that endeavors to explore this idiom. Submissions may be a study of the “found object” as pure visual form, detached from its history or utility. Conversely, the representation of the object may be a catalyst for exploring broader issues such as subjectivity and socialization, memory and loss, or love and death. All genres, capture types, black & white and color, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.



Online Group Exhibition “Solitude”


We are excited to announce our November online group exhibition Solitude is sponsored by ARS-Imago! With their support, we will be giving away an ARS-Imago Lab-Box to the juror’s top selection of this online exhibition!



The Audacity of Hope

The New England School of Photography
Waltham, MA


Artists are invited to submit thematic work which celebrates the tenacity of the human spirit and perseverance in the face of adversity. All genres of photography are welcome including still life, landscape, portraiture, documentary, photo illustration, photographic collage/mixed media and beyond.



10th Annual PHOTOBOOK Show

Davis Orton Gallery
Hudson, NY


1 call, 2 exhibits: Davis Orton Gallery (December 2019) & Griffin Museum of Photography (tea: 2020)

Jurors: Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director & Curator, Griffin Museum of Photography and Karen Davis, Curator, Co-owner Davis Orton Gallery

PHOTOBOOK, an annual competition, is open to photographers in the United States and abroad* who have self-published a photobook.  There are growing options available for self-publishing a book such as on-demand (blurb, lulu, viovio, iphoto, etc.); small run offset or web printing/publishing firms, binderies. If they have been hand-made/bound, they must be available in multiples of at least 25.

Submissions will be judged on the basis of: book design including page layouts, text, cover; strength of the photography;  and emotional impact of the overall book. Entrants may submit up to three different titles that are self-published photography books of any size, format, or style.



2nd Annual Books and Readers Group Show

Davis Orton Gallery
Hudson, NY


2nd Annual Books and Readers Group Show – Photographs and photo-based works of books, readers and books AND readers at Davis Orton Gallery.

All processes, capture techniques and approaches to image construction are welcomed: camera: film, digital, phone, scanner, b/w, color, collage/montage, alternative processes, Calls for Work are open to all photographers internationally over the age of 18.

Show accompanies Annual Self-Published Photobook Exhibition.





Southeast Center for Photography
Greenville, South Carolina


The Second Annual Members Exhibition is around the corner. All subjects, analog, digital, and antique process, monochrome or color, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.

Additionally, the SE CENTER MEMEBERS CELEBRATION will take place 1/25/20 at the Center during the exhibition.

Our juror for the Members Show is Kara Soper. Kara Blanken Soper is an independent curator based in Greenville, SC. Since receiving her MA in art history from Louisiana State University in 2013, she has collaborated with museums, arts organizations, and universities to engage in projects that promote the advancement of contemporary Southern art and artists.

45-50 selected images will hang in the SE Center’s main gallery space for approximately one month.



The Southern Landscape

South x Southeast Photo Gallery
Molena, Georgia


The American South comprises almost every form of geography imaginable. From the mountains of Appalachia to rolling hills of the Piedmont, the sandy beaches of the Florida Keys to the weathered islands of the outer banks, the plains of west Texas to the verdant Virginia countryside, there is beauty wherever you look.

South x Southeast is proud to start the coming new year with a celebration of the landscape of the American South. And is equally proud to announce James Pearson, Director of the Southeast Museum of Photography as our curator.





Loosen Art Project


Take part in the Group Exhibition in Rome, Italy. February 2019

FREE ENTRY Photographers are invited to submit 1 to 3 shots addressing the theme

Besides we are living in an overcrowded world, there are still sparsely populated areas, hidden somewhere, where life (and its pace) is really different. Try to capture and depict the essence of those places, framing small cities and villages, but also landscapes (and their contradictions, where and when existing) and their inhabitants.




Open call for photographers at Rotterdam Photo 2020


Rotterdam Photo – the fifth edition – is searching for photographers to showcase their work to a broad audience from 6 till 9 february 2020. During Art Rotterdam Week the Kop van Zuid is a true ‘photography hub’ with the sea container village at the Deliplein as its surprising centre. The selected photographers get the opportunity to showcase their work alongside our curated exhibitions and an elaborate fringe programme. Together, Rotterdam Photo presents a contemporary view on photography in context of the theme TRANSITIONS.

Submission Link




Jadite Gallery
NYC, New York


The New York Center for Photographic Arts (NYC4PA) invites photographers world-wide to submit images using any photographic process (print, image transfer, emulsion transfer, encaustic, black and white, etc.). Winners will receive $3,000 in cash awards, be featured in a New York Gallery Exhibition, on the NYC4PA Online Gallery and in the PATTERNS AND SHADOWS catalog. The Grand Prize winning image will be posted on the NYC4PA home page. Winners and Juror’s Selections will be invited to participate in a gallery show, in the Spring of 2019 at the JADITE GALLERY in the exciting Hell’s Kitchen area in Manhattan




Photo Place Gallery
Middlebury, VT


Abstract images combine shapes, color, pattern, texture and imagination to create an image that is largely independent of visual reality. For this exhibition, we seek abstract images made in whatever way you choose, both in and out of camera.




Manifest Creative Research Gallery
Cincinnati, Ohio

The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, invites visual artists to submit works which in some way address or reflect the theme of weathered.
The Japanese concept of wabi-sabi includes the appreciation for the ingenuous integrity of natural objects and processes. Time wears all things. Literally taken weathering is an aspect of the elements, but not without time. Wind, rain, sun, fire, and ice, and even mechanical means, transform everything. Weathering then is the process by which things in our world, and the world itself, are in the process of always becoming. In appreciating such processes one becomes aware of the signs of surviving age, stress, life, the toll of an ordeal or accomplishment, and existence itself. Through weathering a compelling narrative unfolds.
Artists are encouraged to take a broadly creative view in interpreting the theme as it applies to their work. Submissions can range from the most traditional realism to the most conceptual, abstract, or experimental.

Monochrome Awards 2019


This is an annual award for all photographers using black and white photography.

The winners of the Professional and Amateur sections will receive the titles: Monochrome Photographer of the Year and Monochrome Discovery of the Year and $3000 in cash prizes.

We’re accepting single images from the following categories: Architecture, Abstract, Conceptual, Beauty/ Fashion, Fine Art, Landscapes, Nude, Nature, People, Photomanipulation, Photojournalism, Portrait, Wildlife.


Manifest Creative Research Gallery
Cincinnati, Ohio

The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, invites visual artists to submit works which in some way address or reflect the theme of Mundane.
There is something powerful about finding inspiration and meaning in the ordinary everyday things and spaces around us. In the artist it represents a Zen-like independence from assumed ideals, and a dexterity of mind and perception that, when practiced and shared through visual art, transfers the potent sense of appreciation to the unsuspecting viewer, like a sage gifting illumination of a higher nature.
Artists are encouraged to take a broadly creative view in interpreting the theme. Submissions can range from the most traditional realism to the most conceptual, abstract, or experimental.




Innovate Grant – Call for Photographers Fall 2019


Innovate Grant is now accepting submissions for Fall 2019. Innovate Grant awards (2) $550.00 grants each quarter, to one Photographer and one Visual Artist. In addition to receiving a grant award, winners will be featured and recognized on our website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists.
Innovate Grant  is a new initiative that supports artists and photographers through quarterly grants. We’ve simplified the grant process, so that artists and photographers can focus on making their innovative work. The work should speak for itself and our application reflects that.



PERIPHERAL: An International Call for Works About Edges and Boundaries

Manifest Creative Research Gallery
Cincinnati, Ohio

The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, invites visual artists to submit works which in some way address or reflect the theme of PERIPHERAL.
Limitations inspire creativity. Edges—the periphery of awareness, skill, media use, capabilities, and concepts—form the mold that creative trailblazers attempt to define, expand, and break free of. In turn new edges are created, new limitations defined. We are curious how artists consider the concepts of boundaries, edges, or the ‘peripheral’ as it relates to their creative practice and the subject, content, or form of their work.
Artists are encouraged to take a broadly creative view in interpreting the theme as it applies to their work. Submissions can range from the most traditional realism to the most conceptual, abstract, or experimental.





Midwest Center for Photography
Witchita, Kansas


TEN X TEN celebrates the wide range of creative expression within the square photographic format. The unique juxtapositions of this grid format exhibition is exciting to experience in the gallery, creating contrasts and similarities through the interplay of images.

TEN X TEN is an annual small works exhibition focusing on offering affordable works that are ten inches by ten inches in dimension, and sell for $100 each, with an opening reception in December for end of the year sales. Support the shop small, shop local business model and participate in this exhibition.

Exhibition Dates: December 6 – December 31, 2019

Open to all photographers internationally. Open to all subject matter and types of image capture; digital, film, iphone, etc.




Manifest Creative Research Gallery
Cincinnati, Ohio

The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, invites visual artists to submit works which in some way address or reflect the theme of ENVIRONMENTAL.
Environmental awareness has crept, like a dam springing a leak, for over a century now. It seems we wallow from the depths of denial and personal narrow radii to the heights of generational concern, selflessness, and bright clarity regarding the situation at hand. What a paradox to realize that in order to live we must destroy the only thing that could sustain us. Is humanity truly a virus, insane to the point of repeating the same mistakes over and over expecting a different result? How can art and design play a role in illuminating the bigger picture, galvanizing resolve, or illustrating the task or questions at hand?
What does our culture have to say about our world moving into the Anthropocene?
Artists are encouraged to take a broadly creative view in interpreting the theme. This can include works that reflect how the concept pertains to people, ideas, animals, cultures, current political and social discourses, science, or even in the broader sense of Environment from a conceptual, imaginary, or theoretical point of view.

Open Lens VI

Da Vinci Art Alliance
Philadelphia, PA


DVAA is currently calling for submissions for our January 2020 photography exhibition Open Lens VI – the sixth installment of Da Vinci Art Alliance’s annual photo arts juried competition. The resulting exhibition will be a survey of the current state of contemporary photography and photo arts. As such, this competition is open to all photographic mediums exploring any subject matter. Open Lens VI is open to both DVAA members and non-members.




Manifest Creative Research Gallery
Cincinnati, Ohio

The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, invites visual artists to submit works about chaos, disorder or displacement.
The first and perhaps most common understanding of the word ‘chaos’ is that it is randomness, disorder, interference, or displacement. A more theoretical illustration is Chaos Theory, represented by the often over-simplified ‘butterfly effect’—the concept whereby a butterfly flapping its wings in one place on Earth can cause a hurricane in some far distant location (underlying order in otherwise apparent disorder, revealed through cause and effect.) Whether simple, or elegantly complex, the idea of chaos lends itself to reflection on personal life, patterns and effects of civilization now and over time, and on existence within the broader Universe. And of course it applies itself nicely to pure visual art expression, discovery, and creation as well.
Artists are encouraged to take a broadly creative view in interpreting the theme. This can include works that reflect how the concept pertains to people, ideas, animals, cultures, current political and social discourses, or even in the broader sense of displacement as an ever changing concept.
This exhibit has no defined expectation for type or style of work to be considered or selected. Submissions can range from the most traditional realism to the most conceptual, abstract, or experimental.

2020 Sony World Photography Awards


The Sony World Photography Awards is free to enter and photographers can submit images shot with any type of device – from a smartphone to a mirrorless camera. Now in its 13th year, the Awards consist of four competitions with categories for everyone and offer both established and emerging artists world-class opportunities and exposure.

All images are judged by industry experts from across the world. A total prize fund of $60,000 (USD) plus the latest Sony digital imaging equipment is shared between the four winning photographers, alongside with being exhibited on the exhibition tour worldwide and published in the official Sony World Photography Awards book.



Call for Fine Art Travel Photography

Atlanta, GA


We are looking for fresh talent with an artistic eye for images that showcase escapist

and otherworldly interpretations of travel, landscape and architectural photography. If

you are a photographer with a strong portfolio of our planet’s wonders, both natural and

manmade, we want to see your work!

As a Loupe artist you also receive your own artist channel, allowing viewers and patrons

to access an immersive streaming portfolio of your work.




L A Photo Curator: Introspective Matter Curator: Michael Kirchoff


Kirchoff says, “The objects of our past, the forms of nature, or the gadgets of a modern life are all the effects that capture our attention and force us to memorialize them in our photographs. They seize the light that gives them structure and uphold the memories that give us our past. What is it that commands your attention enough to show the world how you feel and how you refine the tactile qualities of what intrigues you in the form of a still life photograph? For this exhibition, all types of process or method are accepted, with the play of light and form being the defining traits that receive greatest admiration.”



Shutterbug Photography Exhibit

San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center
Tarzana, CA


SFVACC—a cultural hub advocating art through exhibitions, education, and performances—will hold our first all photography group exhibit. While there is no particular theme, we want to see subject matter that has challenged the photographer. Please enter your best new work. Photos should not have been exhibited previously at the Center in the last 3 years.

Juror Nancy Kaye will make selections and award prizes through blind judging.


12/05/2019 – 12/12/2019

57th Annual Juried Competition

Masur Museum of Art
Monroe, LA


The Masur Museum of Art in Monroe, Louisiana invites contemporary artists working in any medium to enter the 55th Annual Juried Competition. Best in Show receives $1,000, and total awards are $3,200. Entry fee is $10/artwork (min 2/max 5 artworks).

Juror: Allison Glenn, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.



10th France + Singapore Photographic Arts Awards

La Galerie of Alliance Francaise de Singapour


Alliance Française de Singapour is on the search for the next big photographic artist! 

This is an international open call for the 10th France + Singapore Photographic Arts Award (FSPAA), an award that aims to feature French and Singaporean professional artists. Providing a platform to showcase their creative talents to an international audience, this award raises awareness of the experimental and emerging styles of photographic art. It is also organized to promote the exchange of artistic knowledge, experiences, and ideas between the artists from France and Singapore.

Applicants are required to propose 3 to 6 photographs. A judging panel consisting of 3 professionals from the creative industry will select 10 finalists from the open call proposals. If you are selected to be one of the top 10 finalists, 3 of your artworks will be exhibited at the finalist group exhibition held at la galerie from 8 January 2020 – 1  February 2020The winner of the competition will be announced on the opening night of finalist group exhibition.




Loosen Art Project


Take part in the Group Exhibition in Rome, Italy. 2019

FREE ENTRY Photographers are invited to submit 1 to 3 shots addressing the theme

As the title of this call says, the works collected on the occasion of the next LoosenArt collective will expose a theme that has always been subject to interpretations: the mirror, a means of symbolic and conceptual connotations through which the artists of the past have conveyed analytical and metaphorical meanings.

From the reflection of Caravaggio’s “Narcissus” to Pistoletto’s shattered mirrors, these are just some of the examples that testify of a continuum in the history of art in reflecting on the very concept of “reflection”, a further confirmation of the intrinsic nature of the creative act, that of the exposition of the self and of our perception of the world, interior and exterior, through the execution of the artwork that becomes the mirror of the self.



SE Center Open

SE Center for Photography
Greenville, SC


Open Call is just that, an open theme – all subjects, The SE Center is looking for images of any theme, media, digital, analog, or antique processes that show your best work.



Manifest Gallery: 8th International Photography Annual


The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, invites visual artists to submit works that incorporate the lens or photographic process in some significant way, including manipulated and mixed processes.

INPHA is not a gallery exhibition. It does not require shipping works to Manifest. It is an award-winning non-profit hardcover publication with cash awards.
INPHA is open to a very broad range of lens-based and photographic submissions. This is not just for ‘photographers’ and ‘photography’ but also for anyone working creatively in a visual art (or design) field with work that incorporates the lens or photographic process in some significant way, including manipulated and mixed processes.
As with all Manifest projects, we are open to learning just what’s being done that fits within this broad scope.

($2000 in Cash Awards)




Loosen Art Project
Milan, Italy


nternational Group Exhibition in Berlin or Rome city April 2020

FREE ENTRY Photographers are invited to submit 1 to 3 shots addressing the theme

Transitions and displacements are the objects of reflection for our call. The concept of the two terms is a recall to the “liquid” vision of contemporary philosophy. Transitions, displacements, mutations of condition are the prerogatives of a fluid approach to reality, prerogatives of a free change in the state of things that allows full organic adherence to the environment and to the context in which each subject / object is immersed .
The works that will take part in the exhibition will represent an excursus on the subject, addressed both from a physical, chemical and biological poin of view and from a social, cultural and political one.




Midwest Center for Photography
Witchita, Kansas


The Midwest Center for Photography Juried Exhibition is an annual subject-matter based exhibition for photographers to categorize their best photographs to the following genres and compete for the awards: LANDSCAPE  – PORTRAIT – INTERIOR SPACE – DOCUMENTARY – CLOSE-UP.

The MWCP Juried Exhibition gives $500 in Director’s Choice Awards, $100 for each of the five categories.

Selected photographers will have their work featured in the gallery and online. MWCP will provide the printing for this exhibition at no cost to the photographers, and rental frames will be available.




Loosen Art Project
Milan, Italy


Free Entry
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Group Exhibition in Berlin or Rome city. May 2020

“Abstraction”, from the Latin “abstractio”, is the process of thought for which an element is isolated from all the others to which it was connected and is considered as a particular object of research, the same procedure that tends to separate the essential qualities of an object to obtain the universal concept about that.

We find a procedural peculiarity in the expressive language adopted in the twentieth century with the artists who interpret abstract art, where the separation operation is carried out with the intention of exalting that still too unknown side of the human being: emotionality and perceptions subjective of reality. It is thus that form becomes the result of the encounter between man and the world, in an alternation of empathy, of getting closer to reality and escaping from it.