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Street Shooting Around the World

Juried by Gus Powell

Los Angeles Center of Photography   /   Deadline: 12/28/17

Fourth Annual Street Shooting Around the World Exhibition! The exhibit will run from February 16 – March 16, 2018, with opening night reception scheduled for Friday, February 16, 7-10 pm, 2018. The theme is street shooting in Los Angeles and around the world. The juror, Gus Powell, has been published in Aperture, Harpers, Vogue, Le Monde, Wired, Fortune and W, and he has been a regular contributor to The New Yorker magazine for a decade. He is a member of the street photographers' collective In-Public and is faculty in the MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department at the School of Visual Arts, NY.

Location

Los Angeles Center of Photography1515 Wilcox AveLos Angeles, CA

Fees

25-75

Awards

1st Prize: $1,000 cash prize, plus an invitation to show your work during the STREET WEEK in LA weekend presentations (February 17 & 18, 2018).
This prize is awarded to the photographer with the best "body" of work. (NOTE: To be eligible for the 1st place prize, you MUST submit at least SIX IMAGES.)

2nd Prize: $500 scholarship toward any LACP street class or travel street workshop. This prize is given to a single outstanding image.

Evaluation Criteria

Gus Powell, will select between 40-50 images based on creativity, originality, and quality.

Contact Information

Kevin Weinstein
1515 Wilcox Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90028

P: 323-464-0909
F: 323-464-0906
W: https://lacphoto.org/call-for-entries/street-shooting-around-the-world-exhibition/
E: Info@lacphoto.org

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