A new Open Call for Entries with a street photography theme to launch a satirical look at contemporary society. Special guest Martin Parr. A new Open Call for Entries with a street photography theme to launch a satirical look at contemporary society. Special guest Martin Parr.
Exhibit Around APS and dotART Associazione Culturale launch a new Open Call for entries in view of the Short Street Stories project with special guest Martin Parr.
Short Street Stories is a tribute to the sardonic style of the famous British photographer Martin Parr who will be the special guest of the initiative.
The project will consist of a dedicated photographic exhibition and a photographic volume. Among the photos of the project we would have the honor of hosting some shots by Nick Turpin.
To female photographers from all over the world interested in submitting single photos , but also projects and portfolios , which tell little street stories.
The participating photographers will have the opportunity to become part of an important photographic volume and an exhibition dedicated to the project.
The project will consist of rigorously street photos, capable of launching a humorous and satirical look at contemporary society. The lesson to be inspired by is that of Martin Parr , or that of the collectives In-Public , Un-posed and Burn My Eye : "anthropological" photography with an ironic slant , able to tell the modern world, the social differences through a new perspective and the changes going on.
For this Open Call, works that pay homage to the ironic style of Martin Parr or the surreal one of the In-Public and Un-posed collectives are requested . For this call we want to avoid "sad" photos and dark tones : the challenge is to tell the dark sides of society with a satirical eye.
Each photographer is therefore free to give his works the style he prefers, in compliance with the guidelines indicated above.
The call is open to all and registration is free. To submit photos, simply register or access the Exhibit Around user area , select the Short Street Stories call and follow the procedure for Single Photos and/or Projects/Portfolios .
We will select the works that will be part of the prestigious dedicated exhibition and photographic volume . A selection of photos and/or projects will become part of the festival catalogue .
Following a precise curatorship work, Exhibit Around APS will select the Best Author of the project.
The award event will be held on the occasion of the Trieste Photo Days international photography festival .
Where and when will my photos be on display?
The best photos will be exhibited in an exhibition within the Trieste Photo Days international photography festival.
Is participation free?
Participation in the Open Call is free.
Exhibit Around is a social promotion association, therefore it is not for profit. The selected authors will be contacted by the Exhibit Around staff by February 2019 and will receive a proposal for publication and an expense contribution to become part of the project and the Exhibit Around circuit.
The contribution will cover the costs of logistics, organization, printing of the photos and volume, merchandising, visual communication, transport, set-up and photographic reportage, which will be managed by Exhibit Around.
What technical characteristics must the photos have?
A candidate photo will be selected as the cover. Authors wishing to submit their photo explicitly for the cover should add the word "cover" to the name of the uploaded file.
Photos must not contain signatures, watermarks, watermarks or frames. Images must be in '.jpg' format and the color mode must be RGB. The size of the single file must be less than 9 MB while the dimensions required for the photos are:
The file name must not contain special characters but only letters and/or numbers.
Who does the rights to the candidate photos go to?
Each photographer retains the moral and intellectual property rights on their works submitted for the call. Each author grants the Exhibit Around and dotART association the non-exclusive right to use the winning / selected images to promote and/or advertise the association's non-profit activities, subject to official communication to the author (whose name will always be attributed to the 'Opera).