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10th Annual Self-Published Photobook Show

One Call -Two Exhibitions: Davis Orton Gallery, Griffin Museum of Photography, Online Catalog

Davis Orton Gallery   /   Deadline: 11/01/19

Up to 3 books may be submitted. Juried by Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director & Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography and Karen Davis, Curator, Co-Founder, Davis Orton Gallery

Location

Davis Orton Gallery114 Warren St.Hudson NY 12534andGriffin Museum of Photography67 Shore RoadWinchester MA 01890

Fees

$35

Eligibility

Calls for Work are open to all photographers, internationally, over the age of 18

Requirements

Books may be any size, format or style. May be printed via online, print-on-demand, small run offset or web printing/publishing firms. They may be multiples printed by the artist. They may be hand or machine bound. Editions must be at least 25.

Awards

All winning photobooks will be exhibited and for sale at the Griffin Museum of Photography and in the Online-Catalog-Gallery. Twenty of the winning books will be exhibited and for sale at the  Davis Orton Gallery.

Considerations

Exhibition at Griffin Museum of Photography will be 2020, dates TBA.
It is understood that others may contribute to your book such as writers, designers, editors.

Evaluation Criteria

Submissions will be judged on the basis of: book design including page layouts, text, cover; strength of the photography;  and emotional impact of the overall book.

Contact Information

Karen Davis
114 Warren St.
Hudson, NY 12534

P: 617-645-1616
W: http://davisortongallery.com
E: karen@davisortongallery.com

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