Borders define our daily existence; they are created by nature and created by man. Borders control our movements and act as guidelines for everyday life. There are at least two sides to every border. They can be concealed; they can be visible or just exist in our minds. westPHOTO in collaboration with Aalto University, Helsinki and Lette Verein, Berlin invites you to submit your images on the theme of Border. Finalists will be selected by a panel of judges (see below) to exhibit in London, Helsinki and Berlin. Prizes will be awarded in two categories – Single Image and Project Work.
As well as Westminster photography students, the competition will also be open to those studying photography at the prestigious Aalto School of Art and Design in Helsinki, Finland as well as the Lette Verein Berlin, Germany.
The judges are:
Cheryl Newman – Photography Director Telegraph Magazine
Edgar Martins – Photographer
Wolfram Schnelle – Director Mummery + Schnelle Gallery
P3 Gallery Space, London, UK
Lette Verein, Berlin, Germany
Aalto School of Art and Design. Helsinki, Finlan
Peter Watkins Framing
The Letterpress House
ONIMAGE – Picture Agency
pic.london is a not-for-profit photo festival that is initiated, led and run by artists and photographers, launching its first edition this autumn.
It aspires to support emerging artists and engage the public in thinking about photography.
Fun, accessible, and intellectually inspiring.
1st Opening Thursday 26th October at Gallery SO
The Biennial and associated conference is in part organised by Mia Cuk – an Alumna of the MA Photographic Studies
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This is to inform you that the deadline for applying to the World Biennial of Student Photography has been extended.
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