Black and White Spider Awards is open to professional and amateur photographers shooting in all forms of black and white photography using traditional or digital methods. We encourage classic styles, new creative ideas and photographers who are driven by their artistic eye and a desire to excel in this classic art form.
Member Ari Salomon was featured in an article in the SF Examiner SF-Photography Blog.
Some photographers, and Ari Salomon is among these, skirt the artificial distinction between subjective and objective uses of photography by concentrating on camera vision. Cameras can see things that human eyes cannot.
Hearst 8×10 Photography Biennial is a competition to identify and promote new and emerging talent among photographers in the United States and abroad. Eight 8 winners, chosen every other year, will:Showcase selected works in an exhibition under the title, “8×10” in the Alexey Brodovitch Gallery and the Hearst Gallery at Hearst Tower in New York City.Be published in the accompanying “8×10” catalog and on www.hearst.com and www.hearst8x10.com.
There is no entry fee for the competition.
All U.S. and international freelance, amateur and professional photographers and students, 18 to 35 years of age. Applicants may apply as individuals, or as collaborators.Hearst Corporation full-time employees and former employees are not eligible. Freelancers for Hearst Corporation are eligible to apply.Applicants may only submit one 1 entry, which may include up to 16 photographs. Sizes may vary.
All entries must be emailed between the dates of January 4, 2010 and May 31, 2010.
LANDSCAPES • UNFEIGNED OR ILLUSORY
Submission Deadline: March 8, 2010
A landscape, as defined by this Call for Entry, can be representational or nonrepresentational, urban, suburban or rural.
Begin Accepting Entries: 15 January 2010
Deadline for Entry: 8 March 2010
Results Announced: 18 March 2010
On Exhibit: 23 April -13 June 2010 at the Mpls Photo Center
Opening Reception: 23 April 2010
Exhibit Juror: Todd Brandow
Cost for Entry: $35 for the first 5 images submitted; $10 for each additional image
The Nocturnes.com invites all interested artists to enter their latest online Night Photography Exhibition, The Panocturnists. This competition is open to all Night Photographers, all photo media – digital, pinhole, glass plate, film cameras…
Entry Fee $25 for up to 3 entries; each additional entry is $5. ‘hard copy’ of entry form and fee due Jan. 30th.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS – FEBRUARY 1, 2010
2010 ” ALAMEDA ON CAMERA” – 48 Hrs, 48 Artists, 48 Pcs of the Map
A Juried City-wide Event Challenge & Exhibit
48 photo-based artists explore and document Alameda neighborhoods, favorite places, and secret hideaways. Traditions and cherished nostalgia, families, friends, and town characters, share the lens with candid shots of our skeletons and dirty laundry.
All “photo-based” artwork mediums and techniques welcome! Traditional, contemporary and experimental photo-based 2D, 3D, functional, decorative, wearable and jewelry artwork included. All photographic techniques and mediums welcome, including but not limited to, new photographic mediums, photo transfer, digital, Polaroid, snapshots, collage, pieces of film, altered books, assemblage, textile, creative manipulations, etc.
The Forty-eight Hour Photography Challenge Event: Forty-eight selected Artists will photograph a unique geographic area of Alameda between 9PM Friday, February 27 and 9PM Sunday, March 1.
Alameda On Camera Exhibit: Each of the forty-eight artists will exhibit their final artwork pieces created from the photographic images taken during the challenge event.
Application/prospectus: Alameda on Camera.
The focus for December is Bright Lights, Big Holidays.
Larry Sultan, California Photographer, Dies at 63
Larry Sultan, a highly influential California photographer whose 1977 collaboration, “Evidence” — a book made up solely of pictures culled from vast industrial and government archives — became a watershed in the history of art photography, died on Sunday at his home in Greenbrae, Calif. He was 63.
iGavel is an international network of fine art and antiques professionals with Consignment Centers conveniently located in many major metropolitan areas. Our regional network enables consignors to minimize handling and shipping expenses while reaching an international marketplace of buyers.
In participation with Daniel Cooney Fine Art and iGavel Associates, iGavel is pleased to present our Emerging Artists Auctions. These auctions include a curated selection of works of art by promising emerging talent. The auction is a showcase before an audience of collectors, dealers, museum professionals and gallery owners. To ensure equal and fair representation all works are presented with reserves set at $200.
Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis. To submit you must meet the following requirements:
– Undergraduate student works will not be accepted
– All mediums are welcome besides installation works
– Artists cannot have gallery or commercial representation
– Some prior exhibition or publication experience is required
Deadline for submissions:Monday, December 14, 2009, 12:00 midnight
Eligibility: Open to photographers of all levels, who use any photographic process. All art submitted must be original work created by the applicant. Accepted work must be professionally presented and ready to hang.
Non-Refundable Entry Fee payable online via PayPal
Individual Photo Alliance Membership + Submission: $60
Artists who registered for SF Open Studios in 2007, 2008, and/or 2009 are eligible to submit artwork for Selections, ArtSpan’s biennial juried exhibition. California Modern Gallery, located at 1035 Market Street, will host the Selections 2010 exhibition for two weeks. This exhibition, featuring 20 SF Open Studios artists, is a unique and exciting opportunity to have your work selected by prominent arts professionals and displayed in a gallery setting.
The Selections 2010 jurors are:
– Ray Beldner, artist
– Alison Bing, author and arts writer
– Inga Fischer, director of California Modern Gallery
3rd Annual Plastic Camera Show – The competition is open to artists working with plastic cameras with plastic lenses. The more obsolete, flawed, and lo-tech, the better. Images should be taken with cameras with limited controls, such as Diana, Holga, Lubitel, Lomo, Banner, and Ansco cameras. Beautiful prints from less-than-gorgeous cameras – that’s what we’re looking for! Click the link above to download the submission form and entry guidelines.
We are a nonprofit organization committed to building a community of photographers. Our work ranges from fine art to documentary, color to black and white, traditional darkroom to digital imaging. We nurture each other’s professional and artistic growth through member activities such as artist talks, portfolio reviews, workshops, salons, and exhibitions.
Upcoming member events
Magnetic Pull at Arc Gallery 1/16 – 2/20
BAPC Artists in Conversation:
with Ann Jastrab: 1/28
with Meg Shiffler: 2/9
with Daniel Nevers: 2/20