Competitions interPHOTO’ International Juried Photo Exhibition
International Deadline: August 1, 2018 – interPHOTO is a project whose mission is to host juried exhibitions providing opportunities for professional and non-professional photographers worldwide, to have their work evaluated by a panel of judges with stellar credentials in international photography.
Selected work will be exhibited in Salon des Expositions, Bâtiment du Canot Sauvetage in Roscoff, a coastal resort-town on the Finistère peninsular in NW France. Works will also be displayed on our website.
The body always expresses the spirit whose envelope it is. And for him who can see, the nude offers the richest meaning. — Auguste Rodin (1840–1917).
interPHOTO focuses on the fine art genre to enable photographers explore a challenging picture of reality and express their emotions in specific circumstances. The viewer will thereby be encouraged to encounter aesthetic moments closer to the artist’s experience. Our theme is the Body/Image in black and white. Celebration of the nude in nature and the studio is accentuated by the absence of color functioning as an incentive that unlocks poetic feelings and leads to new paths of aesthetic realization.
All photographers, aged 18 years and older, from all countries of the world are eligible.
Lourdes Delgado (Spain) holds a PhD in Humanities, a Master’s in Comparative Studies in Literature, Art, and Thought from Universitat Pompeu Fabra and a Bachelor’s in Informatics Engineering from Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya. She teaches photography at GRISART, IDEP, and IEFC in Barcelona. She has worked as a freelance photographer for publications such as GQ, Elle, Newsweek, People, El País, and La Vanguardia. Delgado has also exhibited her artistic projects at several museums in United States (notably, Duke University and Instituto Cervantes of New York) and Spain (Universidad de Cádiz and Museo Etnológico del Montseny).
Jim Gabbard (USA) resides in Fort Wayne, Indiana and holds a BA in English from Indiana University. In 1989 he opened a wedding and portrait photography business, which he operated for 15 years. For the past 11 years he has worked for Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne as a Professor of Photography in the Department of Visual Communication and Design. He continues to create and exhibit his photography in various galleries and museums in the United States and Internationally. In 2017 his work was accepted into five juried exhibitions including themes such as black and white and portraiture, and the human figure.
Beatrix Reinhardt (Germany/USA) grew up in Jena, Germany. Since the completion of her undergraduate studies at the Freie Universität Berlin, an MA in Media Studies from The New School for Social Research and an MFA from Illinois State University, Reinhardt has been living, working, curating, and teaching in different parts of the world. In 2005 she was appointed Professor at City University of New York and lives and works the majority of the year in New York City. Reinhardt’s work has been exhibited in Europe, North America, Africa, Australia, and Asia, and is included in corporate, museum, private, and university collections worldwide.
Riichi Yamaguchi (Japan) was born in Tokyo and studied photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Upon graduation, he worked for a Japanese artist, Hiroshi Sugimoto, for 6 years. Since returning to Japan, Yamaguchi has been working in the printing industry in Tokyo. As part of his artistic practice, Yamaguchi has worked on several projects focusing on the human body, such as “A Sense of Detachment” (Tokyo Gallery) and “Modernity Stripped Bare: Undressing the Nude in Contemporary Japanese Photography” (University of Maryland). Yamaguchi presently resides in Tokyo, where he continues to explore new directions in photography.
25 images will be selected by the panel of judges for exhibition in Roscoff, France under the auspices of interPHOTO. They will, along with 25 additional selections, also be displayed online at the interPHOTO website. A Grand Prix of €500.00 (EURO) will be awarded to the work so adjudged by the panel of judges. Second Prize of €250.00 (EURO) and Third Prize of €150.00 (EURO) will also be awarded. Each participant in the gallery and online exhibitions will receive a Certificate of Participation. Vulgar, pornographic, or profane images will be disqualified.
€35.00 for 3 images, €60.00 for 6 images, and €90.00 for 10 images.
Visit us for more information and to apply.
Entry Deadline – August 1, 2018
Notice of Acceptance – August 20, 2018
Receipt of High Resolution Files – August 29, 2018
Exhibition Dates September 29 – October 13, 2018 (Open and free to the public)
Gala Opening Cocktail – September 29, 2018 (Attendance by invitation only)
Contacts: +33 7 81 60 84 28