International Summer School of Photography will take place from 2-9 August at Rucka Art Residency Centre in Cēsis.
The third edition of the annual Latin American Foto Festival organised by the Bronx Documentary Center (BDC) will feature large-scale photographs throughout the Melrose community by award-winning photographer from the Caribbean and Latin America.
Over the last decade, PhotoIreland has become a key player in the visual arts scene in Ireland, offering an annual festival dedicated to photography, running a cultural hub in Dublin city centre and developing constructive channels with a strong network of organisations worldwide.
GUP is proud to announce the annual Open Call for its 10th edition of New Dutch Talent. Are you ready for the next step in your professional career as a visual artist? All emerging photographers born or based in The Netherlands, who graduated in 2017 or later and/or are working as an autodidact photographer for…
The call for applications targets all European photographers including citizens and residents of Europe, starting their professional career in photography. There is no theme. Following the call for applications, around twenty photographers will be selected and exhibited within CIRCULATION(S), thus creating an overview of the new generation of European photographers.
The exhibition UNITED brings together 25 photographers from Kahmann Gallery in a special way.
The 2020 Meitar Award for Excellence in Photography – Special COVID-19 Edition, a collaboration between PHOTO IS:RAEL and the Zvi and Ofra Meitar Family Fund, will be awarded for the fifth time this year to a photographer whose works demonstrate excellence in the field of photography.
Photolucida's Critical Mass submission deadline has been extended to Monday, June 29th. This is Photolucida's 17th year of connecting emerging photographers to industry professionals and career-changing opportunities – a mission they feel the importance of now more than ever.
The exhibition 'Heroes' is the next collaboration between Roy Kahmann/ Kahmann Gallery and Howard Greenberg Gallery New York. A selection will be presented from the Greenberg collection enriched with special and famous photographs from the Kahmann collection.
The Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award of £2,000, facilitated by FotoDocument and supported by Nikon, will be granted to a professional woman photographer towards the completion of a compelling and cohesive documentary photo essay, which addresses an important social, environmental, economic or cultural issue, whether local or global.
Young Portfolio invites the wider world to recognize the true value of young artists' abilities while simultaneously preserving their work for posterity.
The open call offers $5,000 in cash for the mobile photos of the year, inclusion in the second 200-image photobook on mobile photography, and feature in a physical exhibition in Italy.
FloodZone is Anastasia Samoylova’s photographic account of life on the climatic knife-edge of the southern United States.
For this year’s edition (2019) of PHotoESPAÑA, Susan Bright has been invited as Guest Curator. Her proposal Déjà Vu? includes five exhibitions that together center around the themes of art history and painting (e.g. Sharon Core / Laura Litinsky at the National Museum of Romanticism), but also (mis)communication (e.g. Clare Strand, The Discrete Channel With…
The city of Vienna will be flooded with photography during the first edition of a renewed Foto Wien. The festival, part of the European Month of Photography initiative and organised this time around by a team from Kunst Haus Wien, offers an insight into what’s going on in both the local and international photography scene.…
From October 18 to 28, 2018, Fotofestival Schiedam hosts the sixth edition of its annual celebration of new photography, with activities ranging from exhibitions to screenings and talks by emerging and established visual artists coming from all over the Netherlands. The event is built around the theme of Re:Search, an invitation to re-evaluate the photographer…
In June 1961, Life magazine published a photo essay by Gordon Parks (b. 1912, United States) that would cause a lot of commotion. Called Freedom’s Fearful Foe: Poverty, the piece profiled the da Silva family from a favela in Rio de Janeiro. Parks’ photographs of their incredibly pitiful situation elicited thousands of letters and countless…
For its 49th edition, titled Back To The Future, Les Rencontres d’Arles reflects on what happens around the world today by looking back at events from 50 and 60 years ago. In different sections, visitors are taken through recent American and European history, as well as the most recent developments in politics and technology.
This year’s edition of Fotofestiwal Lodz focuses on nature photography in the context of contemporary environmental problems. In bringing to light current issues such as global warming, mass extinction and ‘plastic soup’, one of the most classic genres of photography might be more relevant than ever.
While most of his European contemporaries in the 1960s and 1970s were working in black and white, and colour photography was considered suitable merely for advertising, not serious art photography, Harry Gruyaert’s (b. 1941) work exploded with colour.