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Klompching Gallery, New York
Call for Entries: FRESH: The Wall/The Page/The Internet
Klompching Gallery’s Annual Summer Show
Deadline: June 13, 2015 at midnight EST (Deadline WILL NOT be extended)
“FRESH is the annual summer show produced and presented by the eponymous KLOMPCHING GALLERY. This year, FRESH is partnering with two innovative media enterprises: BLINK magazine and AT LENGTH online.
In 2015, FRESH will crossover from the wall to the page to the internet, reﬂecting the three ways in which photography is displayed, published and disseminated. It’s also gone global and is inviting submissions from photographers worldwide.
Darren Ching and Debra Klomp Ching, Owner of the KLOMPCHING GALLERY, NYC
What FRESH 2015 is looking for:
We are looking for the very best examples of new contemporary fine art photography. Submissions of single bodies of work with a consistent vision and originality—photography that is FRESH!
Open to all photographers worldwide.
- THE WALL: Three to five photographers will be selected for a four-week exhibition, giving each artist the opportunity to show their work at the KLOMPCHING GALLERY in New York City, a highly regarded gallery for contemporary fine art photography.
- THE PAGE: The exhibited photographers will be published in a feature in BLINK magazine, the acclaimed “go-to” magazine for contemporary photography, selected in 2012 as a “Tastemaker” by PDN (Photo District News).
- THE INTERNET: The exhibited photographers will be interviewed in a special feature on At Length, the online culture magazine.
- ADDITIONALLY: Ten additional photographers will be selected for the KLOMPCHING GALLERY’s “FRESH ONLINE SHOWCASE.”
To Enter FRESH 2015 please visit: www.klompching.com/FRESH2015/info.htm.
“Paris Photo and Aperture Foundation are pleased to announce the 2015 edition of The Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards, celebrating the book’s contribution to the evolving narrative of photography.
The First PhotoBook Prize of $10,000 will be awarded to the photographer(s)/artist(s) whose first photobook is judged to be best of the year. The PhotoBook of the Year Prize will be awarded to the photographer(s)/artist(s), and publisher responsible, for the photobook judged to be the best of the year.
The Photography Catalogue of the Year Prize will be awarded to the publication, publisher, and/or organizing institution(s) responsible for the exhibition catalogue or museum publication judged to be the best of the year.
Thirty-five shortlisted entries in total will be exhibited and the award winners will be announced at Paris Photo, November 12-15, 2015.
- First PhotoBook early bird discount:
$30$20 per book.
- PhotoBook of the Year early bird discount:
$60$50 for first entry from a given publisher, $30$25 for each subsequent entry from the same publisher.
- Photography Catalogue of the Year early bird discount:
$60$50 for first entry from a given publisher, $30$25 for each subsequent entry from the same publisher.”
To see the 2014 Photobook Award winners, click here.
For the full prospectus visit: http://www.aperture.org/photobookawards/entry-details.
To submit visit: http://aperture.awardsengine.com/submitentry.
“We are excited to announce our second Black & White National Juried art show, opening August 1, 2015. And again this year, we are privileged to have another of NY’s art elite as our juror, Christiane Paul, a curator of Media Arts at the Whitney Museum of American Art. With her guidance, we look forward to another spectacular show.
This call for submission is open to all residents of the U.S. and its Territories 18 years of age or older. This is a juried exhibition for artists working in all traditional and non-traditional 2D and 3D media, including film/video when part of an installation.All artwork must be original in concept, design and execution. Note: Crafts, kit work or reproductions of original works in other media (such as giclee), unless used as part of a mixed media work, will not be considered.
- BEST of SHOW GOLD: $1000 – At the Opening Reception, the artist whose work is juried as ‘Best of Show’ by Christiane Paul will receive a $1000 cash prize.
- BEST of SHOW SILVER: $500 – At the Opening Reception, the artist whose work is juried ‘Best of Show Silver’ by Christiane Paul will receive a $500 cash prize.
- PEOPLES’ CHOICE: $250 – The artist whose work is voted ‘Best’ by attendees during the course of the show will receive a $250 cash prize. CURATORS’ CHOICE: $250: – The artist whose work the Show Curators choose for excellence will receive a $250 cash prize.
- CERTIFICATE of RECOGNITION: $1000 – $100 each for ten winners. All selections will be made by the juror, Christiane Paul.
Submissions & Fees
Only original works may be submitted. Works may be submitted in one or multiple media.
Early Bird Submissions (through midnight, May 26, 2015): $45 for up to three (3) images plus $5.00 for each additional image.
Submissions between May 27 and midnight June 10, 2015: $65 for up to three (3) images plus $5.00 for each additional image.”
For the full prospectus visit: http://bwac.org/2015/04/black-white-2015.
“Photographer Emmet Gowin talks about his creative evolution over five decades, the genesis of the exhibition Hidden Likeness, and his experience integrating his art with the Morgan’s collections.
The exhibition Hidden Likeness: Photographer Emmet Gowin at the Morgan will be open at 5:30 pm for program attendees.” The exhibition will be on view May 22 – September 20, 2015.
The Morgan Museum & Library
225 Madison Avenue at 36th Street
New York, New York 10016 [map]
Barrett Art Center
Call for Entries: Photowork 15 National Juried Photography Exhibition
Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2015
Fee: Members $30 | Non-members $40 for 4 images
Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM.
“Photowork is a premier national exhibition of new photographic images. The show is visited by art appreciators from a five-county area including parts of Connecticut and New York City. As a national show, this exhibition brings together photographers from across the country with artists from 30 to 40 states represented each year.
The spirit of the show is a juxtaposition of traditional styles and cutting edge images. The show celebrates the photograph both as FINE ART and as SOCIAL COMMENTARY. Winners in the past have included traditional 35mm photographs, silver gelatin prints, digital prints and even pinhole camera pictures! Cash prizes are awarded.”
For the complete prospectus and to apply visit: www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=2547.
2015 PDN Curator Fine Art Contest
Deadline: Thursday, April 9, 2015
Fee: $55 for single and series (2 to 6 images)*
* Please note that a series must be visually related and is limited to six images.
“Six winners will be selected to exhibit their fine-art photography in a group show with an opening reception this summer in New York City. The Curator exhibition has previously been hosted by Industria Superstudio, Industrial Color and Milk Studios.
The winners will also be published in a gallery in the July issue of PDN and an extended online gallery and will receive:
- $200 gift card from B&H
- VIP Expo Pass to PDN PhotoPlus Expo Oct 22–24, 2015
- $250 gift card to moabpaper.com
- PHOTO+ Premium Portfolio Membership
- Brian Clamp, Director, ClampArt
- Sam Barzilay, Creative Director, United Photo Industries
- Matthew Leifheit, Photo Editor, Vice Media
- Michelle Dunn Marsh, Executive Director, PCNW, Founder, Minor Matters Books
- Deborah Willis, Professor, Photographer and Curator
For the full prospectus and to submit visit: www.pdncuratorawards.com.
“In July 2015, Aperture Foundation will host its second open-submission exhibition for which all photographers are eligible. The theme for this year’s Summer Open is Black Mirror, and it will be curated by Michael Famighetti, editor of Aperture magazine.
Do we live in a world wilder than science fiction? The 2015 Aperture Summer Open borrows its title from the British television series Black Mirror, which imagines a dystopian near-future—a Twilight Zone for the age of the smartphone. The name Black Mirror refers to the omnipresent screens through which our lives are mediated today, and the show depicts a society in which technology ominously defines and shapes our relationships and each facet of daily life.
We’re more than thirty years beyond Orwell’s imagined 1984, and yet we continue to live in a moment of anxiety about what the future holds. Aperture’s Summer Open asks contributors to consider the future and the idea that we inhabit a world that is stranger, and in some ways more frightening, than that predicted by the authors of science fiction. What does it mean when our current reality echoes what were once outlandish fictional narratives? As today becomes tomorrow, what might the future look like in photographs? We seek a wide range of submissions, representing diverse subjects and approaches to photography, that are in some way engaged with questions about what the world has become and is becoming.”
For the full prospectus visit: www.aperture.org/summeropen/entry-details.
“We know how hard it is to be a photographer today and that every break counts. That’s why we are again putting together 150 photographers and 75 of the most influential editors, curators, gallerists and book publishers for two days of private photo critiques on April 11 and 12.
And … wait for it … it’s free.
Applications are now open for the Third Annual New York Portfolio review, sponsored by the New York Times Lens blog and the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism. This will be an opportunity for people in the photographic community to meet, trade ideas, help each other — and have fun.
Saturday, April 11 will be for all photographers 21 and older, each of whom will receive six private critiques. Sunday, April 12 will be solely for photographers 18 to 27 and will consist of four private critiques for each participant, as well as talks by Santiago Lyon, director of photography for The Associated Press, on building an editorial portfolio, and by the photographer Phil Toledano on the creative process, as well as a panel on working with galleries. You can find a list of this year’s reviewers at the bottom of this page.
We will screen all applicants and choose 100 participants for Saturday and 60 for Sunday. All kinds of photographic work — from fine art to photojournalism — are encouraged.
Please note: Photographers who attended last year’s review will not be eligible to apply this year. Photographers who attended two years ago can apply for this year’s review, but they must submit new work and expectations will be higher.
To enter, send us no more than 20 photos total, from one or two projects, using the form here. The files should be jpegs, 1200 pixels across and 72 D.P.I. The deadline is Feb. 11 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern time. We will inform those who are accepted by March 4, 2015.”
View the full prospectus and apply at: http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/01/20/third-annual-new-york-portfolio-review/?_r=1.
“The purpose of the Aperture Portfolio Prize is to identify trends in contemporary photography and highlight artists whose work deserves greater recognition. When choosing the first-prize winner and runners-up, Aperture’s editorial and curatorial staff look for innovative bodies of work that haven’t been widely seen in major publications or exhibition venues.
Portfolio Prize – Guidelines
First prize is $3,000 and an exhibition at Aperture Gallery. The first-prize winner and up to five runners-up will be featured on Aperture’s website, accompanied by a brief statement written by Aperture staff. All winners are announced in the foundation’s e-newsletter, which reaches fifty thousand subscribers across the globe, including curators, critics, and members of the photography community. Winners will also have the opportunity to participate in the Aperture Foundation limited-edition print program.
How to Enter
- Become an Aperture Member to enter the 2015 Portfolio Prize!
For more information on membership benefits, visit aperture.org/join.
- Get your passcode.
Upon online purchase of an Aperture membership, you will receive an e-receipt containing a unique invitational call passcode to enter the 2015 Aperture Portfolio Prize. If your annual membership is current through December 3, 2014, there is no additional fee to enter the prize. Please check your inbox for an e-mail containing an invitational call passcode.
- Enter via callforentry.org until Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 12 noon EST.
You will be prompted for free registration with CaFÉ. Once you are registered, click “Apply to Calls” and enter your invitational call passcode to enter the Aperture Portfolio Prize. You will be asked to provide the following:
- 15 images with title/caption information (see FAQ for guidelines on how to submit fewer images)
- Statement of up to 250 words about your work
If you would like to submit more than one portfolio, contact email@example.com.
When examining competition entries, Aperture’s editors and curatorial staff will consider the following criteria:
- Is the work new, i.e., created in the last five years?
- Is a theme or topic carried throughout the portfolio in a consistent manner?
- Do the individual images have strong composition and strong use of color or tone?
- What technical and presentation choices has the photographer made, and are they appropriate for the work? For example, is there a clear reason for using sepia-toned black-and-white versus a digitally enhanced palette?
- Does the body of work take an innovative or unique approach to the subject matter?”
For the full prospectus and to see previous winners visit: www.aperture.org/portfolio-prize.
Desert Days and Nights: A Conversation with Kate Breakey
Tuesday, October 7, 2014, 7:30-9:00 pm
“Please join Tucson-based photographer Kate Breakey and Harper’s Magazine Art Director Stacey D. Clarkson for an evening of lively conversation about Breakey’s expansive, poetic bodies of work about light, place, and the marvelous complexities of the desert. Topics on the agenda for discussion are perseverance, triumph, rattlesnakes, jackrabbits, javelinas, clouds and coyotes in the moonlight.
firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.”
36 E 30th Street
New York, New York 10016 [map]