The exhibition has amazing reviews and is running from 22nd June till 2nd September 2018. For more information click here.
The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is the leading international photographic portrait competition, celebrating and promoting the very best in contemporary portrait photography.
The Prize has established a reputation for creativity and excellence, with works submitted by a range of photographers, from leading professionals to talented amateurs and the most exciting emerging artists.
The winner of the competition will receive £15,000. In addition the judges, at their discretion, will award cash prizes to one or more shortlisted photographers.
The prize winners and exhibition selection is judged on an equal and anonymous basis. In 2017 the exhibition featured over fifty works and was seen by over 40,000 people at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
After the success of the 4th Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary photography in Berlin, the 5th edition will be held in Barcelona in October this year.
The Biennial will take place in several galleries in Barcelona, during the month of October 2018, with a central hub in the Gallery Valid Foto. Final venues will be announced shortly.
Professional & Amateur Photographers worldwide, working in all mediums and styles and are welcome to submit their work. Images can be color or black and white, and there's no restriction regarding the time the image was taken.
SUBMISSION FOR SELECTION TO EXHIBIT AT THE 5TH BIENNIAL ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED UNTIL MARCH 6, 2018 - for more information about the registration click here.
ART WORKS Projects (AWP) is pleased to announce its Open Call for the 2018 Annual Emerging Lens Mentorship Program. The 2018 competition is open to young photographers currently working on a human rights, social justice or humanitarian issue related to women and/or girls. Although the entrant must be a resident of the United States, the project may focus on international issues. The winning entrant will have an opportunity to receive a stipend to expand and/or finish their project and to exhibit the final project in May 2018 at the ART WORKS Projects Studio Gallery in Chicago.
AWP is accepting submissions until January 31, 2018. Please click here for more information.
Beetles & Huxley Gallery, London, celebrates the 90th birthday year of photographer Elliott Erwitt, with a new exhibition. The exhibition includes over 50 photographs surveying Erwitt's career, ranging from photographs of New York in the late 1940s, to portraits of well-known figures and rare vintage prints from across Erwitt's career.
If you are in London, be sure to visit the Beetles & Huxley Gallery (3-5 Swallow Street, London, W1B 4DE) from 24th January till 17th February. It will be a very exciting exhibition, you can get more information by clicking here.
Lensculture is seeking the new photographic portrait from all the corners of the world! For the first time Lensculture offers two exceptional exhibition opportunities: the winners, jurors’ picks, and finalists will show their work at Photo London in May and during the opening week in Arles this July. These are two of the world’s most important photo events—don’t miss this incredible opportunity to be seen alongside the biggest names in photography!
The Deadline for your submission is Tuesday, February 27, 2018. For more information click here.
I am very happy to announce that Angie McMonigal is having a group exhibition at the Perspective Gallery in Chicago from 5-29 October. We have interviewed Angie about her architectural work in 2015, you can read the full interview clicking here.
The Perspective Gallery shows now a few pieces of her fantastic „Cloudscrapers“ series.
"Much of my work has a tie between the structures we create and the juxtaposition with nature. With this particular series, I want to emphasize the contrast in the hard lines and geometry of these structures with the soft, fluidity of the clouds. Showing how the two can complement each other"_ Angie McMonigal
So if you are around in Chicago make sure to visit the exhibition. Beside Angie’s "Cloudscrapers“ series you can see work from Verna Todd, Howard Hart, Doug Haight, Stephen Murphy and Christopher Schneberger.
1310-1/2B Chicago Avenue, Evanston IL 60201
Saturday, October 7, 5-7 pm
October 19 at 7 pm
The American photographer Francesca Woodman (1958–1981) created a world of intimate and emotional pictures during her intensive life. Before her death at just 22 years old, Woodman became one of the most seductive and haunting photographers of all time.
The Finish Museum of Photography in Helsinki shows her work "On being an angle" till October 15th. for more information click here.
"Women in Colour" is a show at RUBBER FACTORY in NYC. The exhibition exploring the pioneering role of women in the use of colour in photography. The show was curated by Ellen Carey and shows work of Cindy Sherman, Laurie Simmons, Penelope Umbrico - just a few to name.
The exhibition runs until September 27th. Find out more HERE
Emma Elizabeth Tillman (b. 1986, Santa Barbara) is an American writer, director and photographer based in Los Angeles. Tillman works with analogue film photography, as well as moving image and has made her directorial debut with the short film The History of Caves in 2013.
Left to right: p.37 Kingman, 2008, p.110 Iceland, 2010, p.50 Joshua Tree, 2011
Entitled Disco Ball Soul, her debut show features work created over a ten year period. Formed from fragments from her personal diaries it is an attempt to capture time in a series of beautiful analogue photographs and collages comprising handwritten extracts capturing the artist's life as it unfolds across various geographies, including France, Arizona, Iceland and California. Much of her never-seen-before work features intimate images of her life with her husband, Josh (the musician Father John Misty).
If you are in London, don't miss to see the show. The show runs from 11. August till 30th August at GALLERY 46, 46 Ashfield St, London (Tube: Whitechapel).
All images: © Emma Elizabeth Tillman, by courtesy of the artist
South African photographer and visual activist Zanele Muholi investigates, documents and depicts the black LGBTQI identity in contemporary South Africa in her work.
Her powerful, moving and intrusive portraits analyse and comment in a sensitive and often witty manner the stigmatising representations of black lesbian women.
If you are around in Amsterdam don't miss to visit this exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum. It is running from 08. July till 15 October.