Life in Quarantine 2020
Win cash prizes and gain exposure
- Deadline: 1 December 2020
- Entry fee: Single image 15 EUR; Up to 5 images 30 EUR; Up to 10 images 45 EUR
- Website: https://artgallery514.com/photo-contest
The competition aims to discover photography that shows the mark that the pandemic has left in our lives, the photography that is executed from a different point of view, from a different situation, from an agonising environment and from frustration, denunciation and hope.
The contest is open to professional and amateur photographers who are 18 or older. Collectives can participate as long as they exclusively present under the collective’s name.
The Jury is composed of six members working in the field of visual arts. Judges look for photographs of good composition, creativity, and exceptional quality. They will choose the best image. The main prize is 500 EUR cash awards. There will also be a winner of the public vote through likes on the social media of Art Gallery 5’14. Public Choice Prize is 150 EUR.
Rewarded photos will be published on our website and will be showed at finalists’ exhibition, which will be hosted online at www.artgallery514.com.
All genres and styles of photography are accepted: Architecture, abstract, fine art, landscape, lifestyle, nature, wildlife, portrait, street, travel, food, fashion, science, sports, documentary, etc.
Subject: LIFE IN QUARANTINE
- The Prize: 500 EUR cash awards;
- Public Choice Prize: 150 EUR;
- A Finalists Virtual Exhibition up to 20 shortlisted photographs;
- A digital copy of the winner certificate;
- Publishing in catalogue of the contest.
The competition is open to professional and amateur photographers who are 18 (eighteen) or older. Collectives can participate as long as they exclusively present under the collective’s name. In this case, the name of each of the artists will not be added.
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
The artist participating in the competition grants Art Gallery 5’14 the right to use these photographs to promote the Competition on its website, social media, newsletter, catalogues, exhibition or through its partners. However, the copyright is retained by the artists.
Abstract Architecture Conceptual Documentary Fine Art Urban Culture Black and White Other Portrait