Submissions to The Face close in

Exhibits

EXHIBIT Closed on March 26th 2017

Juror: Michael Kirchoff


wedding prep
Juror's Choice by Russ Rowland
NY, NY USA

There’s something inherently different about monochromatic photography. 

The photographer Paul Outerbridge put it this way: In black and white you suggest; in color you state.  The implication is that in black and white something is left to the imagination, and perhaps that explains the revived popularity of black and white photos as fine art; seeing an image in color leaves fewer blanks for the mind to fill in. Constantly seeing images in color becomes “too much Information”.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:2 March 17
Artists' Reception:12 March 17 15:00
Exhibit Closes:26 March 17
BLACK & WHITE (& BLUE)
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

The idea for this exhibition started as strictly black and white, but it occurred to us that black and white is not the only monochrome photographic process, and that the same power to suggest is characteristic of other historic methods that yield images in blue (cyanotype), sepia (albumin), and silver (platinum), for example.  Thus we decided to open this exhibition to all forms of monochromatic photography.

Though we appreciate monochromatic images created with “alternative” processes, we don’t want to exclude any, done on film or digitally. The entries will be evaluated on the basis of their merit as photographs and not on the method that was used to produce them. It’s the creative process that counts!

Juror's Statement:

The amount of creativity and striking talent in the submissions for Black & White (& Blue) was incredible. It was a truly wonderful experience seeing the variety of work sent in for this exhibition. Making selections was difficult from the outset, as the overall quality and content of the submissions was very high. Narrowing down the field of 903 images to the final 53 meant that only about six percent of them made it in. The final choices made all answered the one big question I asked over and over again…is this a print I would add to my own collection and hang in my home? Look through the selections and you will know the answer with absolute certainty.

I was equally happy to see images made with a variety of process, including silver gelatin, cyanotype, platinum, lith, and digital. Process, however, is not merely the tools or materials used, but how the creator responds and connects with them to make their art. The images in this exhibition make this connection.

Drama, mystery, tension, and composition all had to be embraced in order to put it all together. Of the final images chosen for this exhibition, I found myself selecting some that surprised even me (most notable would be the Juror’s Choice), and that is what I like about the outcome more than anything. Thank you to all who submitted and pleased my soul with your work, you have a lot to be proud of.

-Michael Kirchoff


wedding prep
Juror's Choice

Russ Rowland
NY, NY USA
Self Portrait
Honorable Mention

Julie Hamel
Loudon, NH USA
Not yet, already gone #25
Honorable Mention

Thomas Zamolo
Årsta, Sweden

Freckles 1`
People's Choice
Honorable Mention

Gabrielle Robinson
New York, New York USA
Poppy seed heads (Papaver orientale)

Alexis Doshas
West Wardsboro, VT USA
Legs

Anita Schiedeck
Nürnberg, Germany

Blue

Anna Pepe
Leeds, West Yorkshire United Kingdom
Liriodendron tulipifera

Ansel Oommen
New Hyde Park, New York United States
into the fire

Barbara Kyne
Oakland, CA USA

Wish

Beth Pelton
Winchester, NH USA
Muster Field

Beth Pelton
Winchester, NH USA
Ghost steps in sand

Bill Motley
San Antonio, TX United States

Web of Roots

Billy
Missouri City, texas USA
Jonesport #596

C E Morse
Cumberland Center, ME USA
Tableau No.1 – 6, Sediment Deposits Near the Rincon NE, Lake Powell, Utah 2016

Carsten Meier
Logan, Utah USA

Lost at Sea

Chelle Delaney
San Antonio, Texas USA
School Boy: Haiti

Cheryl Clegg
Waltham, MA USA
Migration

Connie Lowell
Hartford, CT USA

Reflection, Luang Prabang, Laos, 2006

Dave Rudin
Brooklyn, NY USA
Man-Handled

Diana Nicholette Jeon
Honolulu, HI USA
The Pole Star

Diane Fenster
Pacifica, California (CA) USA

Moonflowers

Don Rice
Carbondale, Illinois USA
Ice Storm

Don Rice
Carbondale, Illinois USA
The San Remo

Edi Chen
Brooklyn, NY USA

Susanne's Window

Gary Pikarsky
Abiquiu, NM USA
In Shadow

Holly Thompson
New Braunfels, TX USA
Paper and boat

Iryna Glik
Bensalem, PA United States

Self Portrait, Paris, 2016

Joanna Epstein
Alberite, La Rioja Spain
Geometry of Tennis

Jolanta Mazur
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Malecón at Night, Havana, Cuba

Jordan Douglas
Jericho, VT USA

Arches

Kathryn Reichert
Fairbanks, Alaska USA
Flux

Keith Parks
La Mesa, CA USA
Old North Barn

Melanie Considine
Randolph, VT USA

Close

Merethe Wessel-Berg
Oslo, Norway
Olympus

Mihai Florea
Wheelers Hill, Victoria Australia
Sunshine Skyway Bridge

Nancy Stalnaker Bundy
Minneapolis, MN USA

Night Time on the Midway

Nick Roberts
Louisville, KY USA
No Place to Go

Peggy Reynolds
Essex Jct., VT USA
Forrest Mandala 2

Pete McCutchen
Alexandria, VA USA

The Sculptor

Rachel Portesi
Saxtons River, VT USA
Succulent #1 - 2012 ©Richard Greene

Richard Greene
Los Angeles, CA USA
Deep Space

Rob DePaolo
Newburyport, MA USA

Ganges Boats No. 2, Varanasi

Robert Moore
Dallas, TX USA
A Tale of Two

Russ Rowland
NY, NY USA
2nd Avenue, Snow Garden

Ryota Kajita
Fairbanks, Alaska USA

Swimming

Scott Herndon
Washington, DC USA
Bauhinia variegata 0

Steve Engelmann
Culver City, Ca USA
Happy, Texas

Steve Knight
Baytown, TX USA

New Mexico Museum of Art

Steve Knight
Baytown, TX USA
Marching Trees

Stuart Clook
Teddington, Lyttelton, Canterbury New Zealand
Not yet, already gone #1

Thomas Zamolo
Årsta, Sweden

Eternally Dazzling

Tristan Pinto
New York, New York United States
chrysanthemum

Vivien Goldman
Chestnut Hill, MA USA

  • All selected entries are exhibited in our gallery and included in a full color exhibit catalog;
  • Juror's Choice receives a 30x48" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image, free entry into a future exhibition, a free exhibition catalog;
  • Honorable Mentions receive free exhibition catalogs and free entry in a future exhibition. 
  • People's Choice gains free entry into a future exhibit.
  • We offer free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.

Juror: Michael Kirchoff

Michael Kirchoff straddles the worlds of both fine art and commercial photography. A commercial shooter for twenty-five years, it is his fine art work that has set him apart from others, with instant film fueling more than a few bodies of work, both completed and ongoing. His consulting, training, and overall support of his fellow photographic artists continues with assistance in construction ones vision, reviewing portfolios, and finding exhibition opportunities, which fill the gaps in time away from active shooting.  

Kirchoff’s fine art imagery has garnered recognition from the IPA Awards, the Prix de la Photographie in Paris, Photographer’s Forum, and Critical Mass. His photographs have been published in Black & White (US and UK) Seities, Esquire (Russia) New Statesman, Blur, Adore Noir, Fraction, SHOTS, and website like Lenscratch and Light Leaked. He continues to exhibit prints internationally in solo and group exhibitions. Kirchoff is also an editor at Blur Magazine, a charter member of the LA Center for Photography, and has been a board member of the LA chapter of the American Photographic Artists (APA).    

EXHIBIT Closed on April 23rd 2017

Juror: Gary Samson


Juror's Choice: The Sleep by Florin Ion Firimita

"And if the body were not the soul, what is the soul?" - Walt Whitman 

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:30 March 17
Artists' Reception:9 April 17 15:00
Exhibit Closes:23 April 17
BODY/IMAGE
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

In the earliest days of experiments in photographic methodology the various emulsions available were too slow to permit the portrayal of the human form, and even more advanced processes like daguerreotype and tintype required lengthy motionless sitting times by the subject. Nevertheless, the human figure has been mainstay of the photographer since almost the inception of the medium. Figure photography imitating the style and subjects of classical painting constituted some of the fine art photography of the time. As technology advanced, photographers began to create their own figure photography sub-genres, ranging from the crass to the sublime.Fine art figure photography is now routinely taught in art curriculums.

For this exhibition we're looking for examples of accomplished photography that present the human body as subject. The nude in nature, in the studio, and in more candid situations are all appropriate. And nudity is not necessary; any photo that depicts the body as an artful form to be celebrated is appropriate. 

Juror’s Statement:

I want to start out by saying how impressed I am with the quality and breadth of this show, it was extremely difficult to make the final selections presented here in the gallery. This exhibition very successfully explores both traditional approaches to photographing the figure as exemplified by the direct portrait studies and the nude figures integrated into natural landscape as well as more experimental work where real risks were taken to push the idea of the figure into new and exciting visual territory. It is very apparent that the photographers included in the show have a solid understanding of the history of photography and how the nude figure fits into the medium as fine art subject matter.

The great intimacy found in some of the work here is to be highly commended as well as the willingness to push boundaries and reinterpret the figure through the use of bold color, strong compositions and innovative ways to look at the human form. 

Gary Samson
Chair, Photography Department
New Hampshire Institute of Art
Manchester, NH


The Sleep
Juror's Choice

Florin Ion Firimita
Winchester, CT United States
Suliya and Aja
Honorable Mention

Cory Rice
Brooklyn, New York United States
Crash Landing 3
Honorable Mention

JOSEPH RUESING
HILO, HI USA

untitled
People's Choice
Honorable Mention

Scott Kuckler
Exeter, NH USA
Reflected Bodies

Andreas Theologitis
Athens, Greece
Adam & Eve

Ángel Gurría-Quintana
Cambridge, United Kingdom

Torso

Basil
Nashua, NH USA
Woman and Wall

Bert Halstead
Belmont, MA USA
Insomnia (2017)

Billy Monday
Frederick, MD USA

Wake Up Older (2016)

Billy Monday
Frederick, MD USA
Sliver

Brittney Cathey-Adams
Santa Cruz, California United States
Unfair Winter #1

Candi S. Kalinsky
Omaha, Nebraska USA

"Rising" (Limited Edition 1/30)

Carl Rubino
Wilmington, New York United States
Self Made

Chadric Devin
Lincoln, NE USA
Awaiting Perseus

Charles Laurier Dufour
Belfast, ME USA

Boiling River

Chloe Schoppmeyer
Manchester, NH USA
Bodies 1

Courtney Stannard
medusa, new york USA
Kat and Brooke in Wirepass Canyon

Dave Levingston
Springfield, Ohio USA

Melissa and Stevie

Dave Levingston
Springfield, Ohio USA
New Mexico Nude, 1998, #4

Dave Rudin
Brooklyn, NY USA
Nude, Nevada, 2010, #1

Dave Rudin
Brooklyn, NY USA

Bare Bulb 2

david henningsen
poughkeepsie, new york USA
The Visitor

Florin Ion Firimita
Winchester, CT United States
The Reader

Florin Ion Firimita
Winchester, CT United States

Dew Drops

Gary Field
Tewksbury, MA USA
Man and Dictionary

George Reisch
CHICAGO, IL United States
Water Nymph

Jocelyn Young
Placentia, CA USA

Ink

john prochera
Averill Park, New York USA
Mountains

Katarina Silva
Newport News, VA USA
"Window to the world"

Kent Potter
Hampton, Virginia USA

Dell

Kris Enos
New York, NY USA
K at Bolton, 2016

Lance Keimig
Pembroke, MA USA
Untitled (2497)

Lucas James
MILFORD, NH USA

A Study in Beauty

Mara Zaslove
Santa Monica, Ca USA
Memories Past

Mara Zaslove
Santa Monica, CA USA
Suspension

Melissa Peterson
Manchester, NH USA

Illuminated

Merethe Wessel-Berg
Oslo, Norway
The Widow

Michael Berkowitz
Kew Gardens, NY USA
Creekside

Michael Pannier
Greenville, SC USA

Strength

Patrick Whitaker
Newcastle, WA USA
Passing

Ron St. Jean
Dover, NH USA
Salix alaxensis

Sarah A Manriquez
Fairbanks, AK United States

untitled

Scott Kuckler
Exeter, NH USA
untitled

Scott Kuckler
Exeter, NH USA
Beauty to Landscape

Shivani Goel
Chicago, IL USA

Ascension

Stephen Milne
Alliston, Ontario Canada
Escape from the tunnel

Stewart Atkins
Ealing, London UK
Second Time Around: Bonsai Back

Susan Rosenberg Jones
New York, NY USA

The River Won't Hold You

Timo Evon
Burlington, VT USA
My Maja

Ward George
East Palo Alto, California USA
Brooke

William Earle
Coatesville, Pa USA

Rhus

William Earle
Coatesville, Pa USA

Juror: Gary Samson

Gary Samson is an award-winning filmmaker and photographer. His work is in private and public collections including the Currier Gallery of Art, the University of New Hampshire and the National Archives, Washington, D.C. He is the author of three books on New Hampshire history and has photographically illustrated other books on Ghana, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia and New Orleans. 

After graduating from Franklin Institute in Boston in 1971, he came to UNH as the photo lab technician in Media Services, Dimond Library. In 1974, he began producing films and exhibitions on New Hampshire history and culture. It was during this period that he came to appreciate the importance of creating and preserving photographic collections for future generations. He later worked with German photographer Lotte Jacobi creating a film biography and establishing an archive of her work at Dimond Library, UNH. 

Gary left the university in 2000 when he was appointed the chair of the BFA Photography program at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. He has had a long relationship with the Institute starting in 1981. He  established the Certificate in Photography Program in 1984 and has taught photography courses and workshops there for thirty-six consecutive years.

 His personal approach to photography is to make extended portraits over a period of time. “I see the process of creating a portrait as a collaboration between myself and the subject in the subject's familiar environment. That environment is an instrumental part of the portrait, revealing a facet of the subject's character. While I am setting up my camera, I try to draw the subject out in conversation and the ensuing dialogue will shape my portrayal of the individual. And like the portrait photographer Arnold Newman, I often prefer to use a view camera and black-and-white film to create my photographic portraits.”

 Gary’s most recent exhibition was “Unburdened Beauty: A Decade of Nude Portraits” at the Vermont Center for Photography in September, 2016.

  • All selected entries are exhibited in our gallery and included in a full color exhibit catalog;
  • Juror's Choice receives a 30x48" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image, free entry into a future exhibition, a free exhibition catalog;
  • Honorable Mentions receive free exhibition catalogs and free entry in a future exhibition. 
  • People's Choice gains free entry into a future exhibit.
  • We offer free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.

EXHIBIT Closed on January 25th 2015

Juror: Tim Clark

Juror's Choice: "Call Me"  by Mark Indig from Valley Village, CA USA

They say, "a picture is worth 1000 words". For Con[text] we examine the relationships between textual symbols and images. 

Combining written word with images has a long history in art.  Medieval manuscripts in Christian Europe are interlaced with pictures that exist in a rhetorical relationship with the written text to create layered meaning and verbal or visual puns.  William Blake, eighteenth century British poet, published books of his writing with his own illustrations and quickly learned that the synthesis evoked meanings beyond the power of words or pictures alone.  Dadaists in early twentieth century Europe combined fragments of found text with appropriated photographic images to open alternative, sometimes irrational, paths of communication they felt were missing from art itself.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:2 January 15
Artists' Reception:18 January 15 16:30
Exhibit Closes:25 January 15
Con[text]
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Darkroom Gallery is calling for photographs that spell it out: images that utilize written language to get across meaning, add visual value and/or compositional balance.  Even those images that have letters hidden or barely noticeable within them, for one to subconsciously read and process.  From street signs to handwriting to collaged compositions all words, symbols & languages that read.  

Juror's Statement:

The 'Grocery image' really piqued my curiosity and stood out as a firm favourite. It's a simple yet deceptive picture, photographed from a cool, analytical distance. Graphic, textured and verging on abstraction, the formal qualities are all there on the surface for us to see. But it also subtly speaks of time and its passing through the traces left via scrawlings and notes which coupled with a gentle humour makes it very human.

 Tim Clark 


Call Me
Juror's Choice
Honorable Mention

Mark Indig
Valley Village, CA USA
Only Now Exists
Honorable Mention

Edson F. Scudder, Jr.
Charlotte, NC USA
Twenty 3
Honorable Mention

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA

Irene I see you in my dreams
Honorable Mention

Gioia Kuss
Weybridge, VT USA
"
People's Choice

Rebecca Moseman
Purcellville, VA USA
Kenmore Square 11

Alan Strassman
Weston, MA United states of america

ATM

Alexandria Donovan
Westport, Connecticut USA
Fish Ma

Alison Nguyen
Brooklyn, New York USA
Advisor

Alison Nguyen
Brooklyn, New York USA

Untitled

Alison Nguyen
Brooklyn, New York USA


Amy Kanka Valadarsky
Santa Monica, CA USA


Ashley Hansen
Ogden, Utah USA



Ashley Hansen
Ogden, Utah USA


Ashley Hansen
Ogden, Utah USA
Love and Hieroglyphics

Bert Halstead
Belmont, MA USA

Times Square, NYC

Betsy Chapek
Underhill Center, VT USA
This System Destroys Humanity

Bruce Berkow
New York, NY USA
Morning ritual

Christine Hinz Lenzen
Marquette, MI USA

Taylor Swift made you cry

Christine Hinz Lenzen
Marquette, MI USA
The morning you left

Christine Hinz Lenzen
Marquette, MI USA
Keep Out

Dave Levingston
Springfield, Ohio USA

Second Amendment

Edson F. Scudder, Jr.
Charlotte, NC USA
To Do

Erica Brown
Burlington, VT USA
Carcosa Beach

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA

ATM Alley - Laramie, Wyo.

John Flynn
White River Junction, VT USA
True Blood

Judith Monteferrante
Gloucester, MA USA
Apartment 3B

Ken Van Dyne
Cincinnati, OH USA

"

Lora Mancini
Shaftsbury, VT USA
Emergency Supply

Louise Halstead
Belmont, MA USA
Hygenic Dog Food CO

Lucas Krech
New York, NY USA

Composition with Sign Fragment 1

Lucas Krech
New York, NY USA
A Light Into the Dark

Maddie
Westport, USA
"

Magda Lates
Paris, France



Marti Belcher
Vienna, Virginia USA
Untitled 9

Morgan Ford Willingham
Vincennes, Indiana USA


Pamela Korman
Philadelphia, PA USA



Pierre Hauser
New York City, NY USA


Pierre Hauser
New York City, NY USA
Soon

Richard K. Kent
Lancaster, Pennsylvania USA

Afterimage Bananas

Richard K. Kent
Lancaster, Pennsylvania USA
Krakow Graffiti

Robert Heller
Knoxville, TN USA
untitled

Sam Beasley
Covington, TN USA

untitled

Sam Beasley
Covington, TN USA
untitled

Sam Beasley
Covington, TN USA


Sandra Chen Weinstein
Lake Forest, CA USA



Sheila Newbery
Berkeley, CA USA


Sheila Newbery
Berkeley, CA USA


Sheila Newbery
Berkeley, CA USA



Vicky Martin
Leek, Staffordshire UK


Vicky Martin
Leek, Staffordshire UK


  • All selected entries are exhibited in our gallery and included in a full color exhibit catalog.
  • Juror's Choice receives a 30x48" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image, free entry into a future exhibition, and a free exhibition catalog.
  • Honorable Mentions receive free exhibition catalogs and free entry in a future exhibition. 
  • People's Choice gains free entry into a future exhibit.
  • We offer free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.

Juror:Tim Clark

Tim Clark is the Editor-in Chief and Director of 1000 Words Photography Magazine, an online magazine dedicated to contemporary art photography in the UK and beyond. 

His writings have appeared in The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, FOAM, Time Lightbox, The British Journal of Photography and Next Level amongst other publications as well as in exhibition catalogues. He also regularly organises workshops with high-profile photographers such as Antoine d’Agata, Anders Petersen, Erik Kessels, Roger Ballen and Jeffrey Silverthorne in various cities across the globe. Clark has judged a number of awards and competitions such as The Paul Huf Award, freshfacedandwildeyed and The Google Photography Prize, and in 2011 joined the Academy of nominators for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. 

He has also been invited to review portfolios at The Saatchi Gallery, The Photographers’ Gallery, FORMAT International Photography Festival, Les Rencontres d’Arles, Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, Encontros da Imagem and FotoFest Houston. Clark has previously held positions at galleries in both the public and private sector including Michael Hoppen Gallery, London.

Recent curatorial projects include 'Rebecoming: The Other European Travellers' at Flowers Gallery, London from 10 September-11 October 2014.

 

EXHIBIT Closed on February 22nd 2015

Juror: Johan Hallberg-Campbell

Juror's Choice:"Funeral of Father" by Adrienne Norman from Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Time-oriented photography; vintage, futuristic or rhythmic imagery. 

Photography is a medium renowned for freezing time. However, there are many facets and dichotomies this theme of chronology can visually explore.
 
We live in time - it holds us and molds us - but I never felt I understood it very well. And I'm not referring to theories about how it bends and doubles back, or may exist elsewhere in parallel versions. No, I mean ordinary, everyday time, which clocks and watches assure us passes regularly: tick-tock, click-clock. Is there anything more plausible than a second hand? And yet it takes only the smallest pleasure or pain to teach us time's malleability. Some emotions speed it up, others slow it down; occasionally, it seems to go missing - until the eventual point when it really does go missing, never to return.
Julian Barnes, The Sense of an Ending

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:29 January 15
Artists' Reception:22 February 15 16:30
Exhibit Closes:22 February 15
Chronograph
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Clocks, watches, pendulums and metronomes tick the seconds away.  At a most elemental level, the moon, sun, stars and shadows tell us time as the tides and waves of the oceans create a rhythm we exist within.  A river can cut away a rock face in time as waves can clear a beach.  People become worn, gnarled and aged over time as the rings of a tree count the decades. Retro furniture, fashion or surrounding atmospheres can automatically date a place. Darkroom Gallery is calling for explorative visual depictions of time.  Pasts and futures can often collide...and what of time travelers and quantum physics?  Lastly, photographs can be truly devoid of time, they can have a sort of classic "timelessness". 

Juror's Statement:

Once I began looking, the literal description of time became almost arbitrary, a consideration, but not the reason for choice. How do you record time in a photograph? Essentially, as soon as you click the shutter you are recording a moment, a moment created conceptually or literally, a moment made by you, a moment of time. Each photograph was something special, the artist’s attempt to connect with the viewer, their version of time and what that meant. I liked that thought.

I looked for images that had connection, that felt honest, made me pause and made me think. The stranger the picture the more I was drawn in. I felt I could make my own story. 

 Johan Hallberg-Campbell


Funeral of Father
Juror's Choice

Adrienne Norman
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Family Vacation
Honorable Mention

Ben Davis
Rochester, NY USA
Cadere [To Fall] I
Honorable Mention

Kristin Reeves
Murray, KY USA

Grandmother, Granddaughter
People's Choice
Honorable Mention

Julie O'Connor
Weston, CT USA
De heer Roodenburg with great grandson; commissioned family portrait by the grandson and father

Adrienne Norman
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Teen Angst

Amanda Marie Harner
Damascus, Maryland USA

Time Still No. 2

Anita Licis-Ribak
Barcelona, Catalunya Spain
Unexpectedly So

Anita Licis-Ribak
Barcelona, Catalunya Spain
Baptism

Antonia Small
Port Clyde, Maine USA

Penelope

Antonia Small
Port Clyde, Maine USA
Untitled

Ben Davis
Rochester, NY USA
Last Supper

Ben Davis
Rochester, NY USA

Graduation

Ben Davis
Rochester, NY USA
remembered

Bernie Kubiak
Amherst, MA USA
Bound

Brittany
Youngstown, Ohio USA

Far Away

David Quinn
Setauket, NY USA
Fingers of Thought

Denis Sivack
Brooklyn, New York USA
Romeo y Juliet

Denis Sivack
Brooklyn, New York USA

Fifth Term

Denis Sivack
Brooklyn, New York USA
Untitled #15, From The Drive-by Series

Diane Gabriel
Burlington, VT USA
Ebb and Flow

Greg Buening
Cincinnati, Ohio USA

Reentry

Jeff McCrum
Cranford, NJ USA
If Only

Joan Brook
Austin, Texas USA
in the lead.

katy tuttle
Issaquah, Washington USA

Mechanoreceptors 1-3

Kristin Reeves
Murray, KY USA
Je Ne Sais Plus [What Is This Feeling] #1

Kristin Reeves
Murray, KY USA
Hands, Philadelphia

Len Speier
New York, NY USA

Summer Breeze

Lynn Albanese
Clermont, Florida USA
Rocking Horse

Marta Manning
Midland, MI USA
Woman on Horse

Merlin Ortner
Teltow, Germany



Nana Lutea
Vancouver, BC Canada


Nana Lutea
Vancouver, BC Canada
Liftoff

Nate Forman
Austin, TX USA

Time Capsule

Olga Rook
Rotterdam, Netherlands
The Tension Between

Patricia
Harrisonburg, Virginia USA
Residual

Patricia
Harrisonburg, Virginia USA

Faded Glory

Pete McCutchen
Alexandria, VA USA
Only Trees Will Tell

Rebecca Moseman
Purcellville, VA USA
Time, In Pictures

Rebecca Moseman
Purcellville, VA USA

Boy, in time

Rebecca Moseman
Purcellville, VA USA
Entropy

Ron Rothart
El Cerrito, California USA
Las Vegas

Sandra Chen Weinstein
Lake Forest, CA USA

Shadow of the self 01

Silvino Gonzalez
Bogotá, Cundinamarca Colombia
Birdscapes: Voting Day 2014

Valerie Steinkoenig
Austin, TX USA
Time for Memories

Warren A. Flick
Athens, GA USA


  • All selected entries are exhibited in our gallery and included in a full color exhibit catalog.
  • Juror's Choice receives a 30x48" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image, free entry into a future exhibition, and a free exhibition catalog.
  • Honorable Mentions receive free exhibition catalogs and free entry in a future exhibition. 
  • People's Choice gains free entry into a future exhibit.
  • We offer free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.

Juror:Johan Hallberg-Campbell

 

Johan Hallberg-Campbell was born in the Highlands of Scotland and has been living and working in Canada since 2007. He is a Graduate of The Glasgow School of Art.  
 
As a freelance photographer, he has worked for numerous publications and institutions worldwide, shooting assignments globaly. Johan's commissioned and personal work has been published and exhibited internationally. As a freelance Curator, he has curated 45 photographic exhibitions in galleries such as VII gallery, New York and Pikto gallery, Toronto, showcasing the works of local, national and international photographers. Johan is the photo editor at Raw View magazine alongside Donald Weber. 
 
His work explores what it means to belong to a community and have traditions rooted in heritage, and alternatively what happens when one's "place" is altered, removed, distorted and shifted.  He continues to develop his book length project 'Coastal', a project photographing the Canadian coastline in which he was awarded a Canada Council for the Arts grant to make work in 2014. He will continue producing 'Coastal' in 2015.

Login

Upcoming Exhibits

 

 

 

Go to top