#ReunionCalling: PhEST2021 social call telling stories of future reunions in times of Covid19. PhEST – International festival of photography and arts in Monopoli, has decided to try and virtually reunite ourselves, in order to keep us together. With a social photo call collecting images where, through digital post-production or via a traditional collage, we try…
BLOW UP PRESS announces the second edition of BUP Book Award – a competition for all photographers around the world, regardless their age, gender or nationality – which goal is to promote photobook as a way of expression. All artists with photo/visual art projects (not book dummies!) which are intended to be published as a…
Rotterdam Photo is an annual photo fair with a festival flair. Taking place during ArtRotterdam Week, this event gives art lovers have the opportunity to visit numerous art and design events. The event, located at Nieuw – Mathenesse, Rotterdam (NL), celebrates the wide spectrum of photography as it presents itself in our contemporary image culture.…
Circulation(s) – – European Young Photography Festival is dedicated to emerging photography in Europe. Each year, at the Centquatre-Paris and satellite sites in France and abroad, it reveals the vitality of young creation and speaks for the diversity of photographic expressions through unique exhibitions and events.
GETXOPHOTO’s Open Call provides an opportunity for visual artists and photographers to exhibit their work in the Festival’s next edition, in September 2021. To Share will be the theme of GETXOPHOTO’s 15th anniversary, aiming to create and use non-conventional installations in physical and digital spaces.
PHOTO IS.RAEL invites photographers, designers, artists and creators from all fields which use the language of photography to engage in a creative and inspiring 24-hour exploration of various aspects of the "Chaos" theme. "Chaos" represents opportunity, a way of contending with the uncertainty and ambiguity of a time and a world that is constantly changing.
GUP suggests the exhibition “The Outsider” a collection of works by Bart Koetsier.
Belfast Photo Festival is offering artists/photographers the opportunity to exhibit their work in the main Festival gallery alongside some of the biggest names in the field of photography and have their work taken on tour to be exhibited at the 2022 Photo Schwiez (Zurich, Switzerland), with a number also having the opportunity to be featured…
The PHmuseum Photography Grant is an annual initiative that recognises the importance of photography and visual storytelling. Now in its 9th edition, the initiative is designed to support the production and promotion of visual projects through cash prizes, educational activities and exposure across international festivals, and online media.
Each masterclass will take place over 2 weeks with 4 training session days. Each class with 15 participants will work together with 3 NOOR authors as tutors, to share experiences, work on portfolios, improve editing skills, and learn how to create more impactful visual stories.
GUP suggests the online exhibition A story to Tell, or: Regarding Male Eating Disorders by Mafalda Rakoš.
The call for submissions emphasises a predilection for projects intended for book form: visual art projects that find a voice through the book. Submissions can include texts, collage and experimental approaches to book-making.
A global photography award and collaborative exhibition dedicated to documenting the defining matter of our time: the climate crisis.
An Open Call for Fotofestiwal Open Program gives you an opportunity to present your works to the audience of the International Festival of Photography held in June 2021 in Łódź (Poland).
From Saturday, December 5 until Thursday, December 24, Kahmann Gallery will host a group exhibition of GUP New 2021.
FOTO WIEN, Mois européen de la photographie Luxembourg and Imago Lisboa invite artists to submit their photographic work in the open call for Slide Show: Rethinking Nature. The selected photographic works will be arranged into an audio-visual slide show, which will be set to music by musicians.
Twice per year, Hapax Magazine will seek to commission four artists and two curators (£500 each) to produce new photographic projects. Alongside this, the editors will commission new writing that engages with this contemporary practice.
Two grants are available to develop photographic projects focusing on community initiatives that present local solutions to global issues with a view to social and ecological justice. The exhibition is integrated in the Bienal'21 Fotografia do Porto and PHotoESPAÑA 2021 program (May 14 to June 27, 2021).