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International Photography Exhibition

Midwest Center for Photography   /   Deadline: 06/01/20

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Encompassing the structures of the places we call home, our sanctuaries, and the locations providing places of business where we work and conduct commerce - this is suburban architecture. Buildings bring shape and urban design to the neighborhoods in our towns, cities and throughout the countryside in rural communities. We appreciate the functionality and the visual design elements of architecture in all its structures, shapes and forms. From the tall buildings dotting our land to the farm structures cutting through the earth, to the rooms we use everyday in our homes, architecture provides the most universal necessity of shelter. All interpretations and styles are welcomed, from the abstract to the literal to the understated, captured with an overview of landscape and cityscape shots to the close up details. The exhibition aims to represent varied takes on how urban, suburban and rural architecture shape our world.

Exhibition dates: August 7 – 28, 2020


Midwest Center for Photography, 1215 Franklin, Wichita, KS 67203




Open to all photographers internationally.


To enter: Submit .jpeg images to the gallery via email, and follow the online instructions found on our website at Please note that there is not an image upload form and simply email .jpegs to the gallery email address.


Each photograph will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each artist. Theme based entries are not necessary. A brief artist statement is optional.

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Curator: Linda Robinson, Gallery Director, MWCP

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Linda Robinson
1215 Franklin
Wichita, KS 67203


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