CALL for ENTRIES: SoHo Photo
My mother hates refrigerated tomatoes, mayonnaise and cucumbers. I think all produce is best eaten cold. Homemade mayo is a guilty pleasure, and gyros would suck without cucumber. We eat very differently. But my mother also taught me that just because something isn’t done MY way doesn’t mean it is done the WRONG way. This next Call is about doing things a little differently. Time is almost up…
Check out this Call for Entries from SoHo Photo (New York, NY) for the 8th Annual Juried Alternative Processes Competition. The deadline is NOW, so don’t delay…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists
MEDIA: Alternative Process Photography including (but not limited to) Albumen, Cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown, Platinum/Palladium, Gum Bichromate, Bromoil, Salt Print, Ambrotype, Tintype, Image Transfer and Ziatype. 19th century photographic processes dominate this genre, however some modern methods have joined the accepted ranks. Alternative photographic printing processes result in the creation of one-of-a-kind handmade images, with the imprint of each photographer’s special individuality and artistry.
DEADLINE: August 31, 2012
September 20, 2012
1-5 images: $40, 6 -10 images: $65 or 11-15 images: $85
JUROR: Elisabeth Biondi broke new ground in the magazine world by establishing photography’s place in The New Yorker. During her 15 years there in the newly created role of Visuals Editor, photography grew to be an integral and highly regarded part of that iconic weekly. In 2011, she left The New Yorker to work as an independent curator. In just over one year, she has curated shows at The Steven Kasher Gallery, The Howard Greenberg Gallery, NYPHOTO 2011 and the South Street Seaport Museum.
Ms. Biondi came to The New Yorker from Stern, the German newsweekly, where she served as the Director of Photography. Prior to that, she worked as Director of Photography for six years with Tina Brown at Vanity Fair. Earlier, she served for eight years as Picture Editor of GEO, which received the prestigious National Magazine Award for Visual Excellence.
AWARDS: The juror will choose approximately 35 photographs for the exhibition. First, second and third place prizes will be awarded. At least two honorable mentions will be given at the discretion of the juror. Winning participants will be listed on their website: www.sohophoto.com.
SALES: Soho Photo Gallery asks for a 20% donation for any sales. Although Soho Photo will make every reasonable effort to protect your work while it is in our possession, we are not legally responsible for it, and insurance may be advisable for the duration of the show.