The CONCEPTUAL effect. Is it live or is it CONCEPTUAL?


Conceptual photography is a type of photography that illustrates an idea. The 'concept' is both preconceived and, if successful, understandable in the completed image. These photographs are therefore produced to visualize a predetermined concept. Conceptual photography is all about ideas, symbols, and themes. It’s the perfect way to express yourself and make the most of your creative freedom. A picture is worth a thousand words, which means a variety of ideas can be condensed into a single photo. Photographs also offer a seemingly more real, tangible depiction of concepts that otherwise seem abstract or elusive. The conceptual photographer strives to bring a message to the viewer. It might be a political statement, a social commentary, or the portrayal of a psychological idea about people, relationships, and emotions. States of mind and subjective human experiences tend to be more challenging to represent as the concept of a visual image. They are often subtle, elusive, and intangible. So we want to see your ideas, your feelings, your imagination.


From all the participating artists, the gallery will choose the best artist. The best photo will be exhibit on the home page of the gallery, on the exhibition poster and on the cover of the album of the CONCEPTUAL exhibition.  All the selected works will be exhibit online and published in CONCEPTUAL album. The best photographer will be nominate as gallery ARTIST,  will receive the exhibition album and paper diploma. All the accepted photographers will receive online diplomas.



Copyrights & Usage Rights:

By submitting works to this contest you confirm that for each work submitted:

You alone are the author of your work and that it is your original work.

You are the sole copyright holder.

You have not licensed any rights in the work that conflict with the usage rights required by More Art Please.

The photos will be used in order to promote the future contests, the artists and gallery, in any way, as long as it is needed.

You have the permission of any persons in the work, or if they are under 18, the consent of their parent or guardian, to grant the usage rights required by More Art Please.

That it does not include trademarks, contract rights, or any other intellectual property rights of any other third person or entity.

That it does not contain names, likenesses, or other characteristics identifying celebrities or other public figures, living or dead.
You will be responsible for any claim made by any third party in respect of your entry and for fully indemnifying More Art Please and its sponsors in respect of all royalties, fees and any other monies owing to any person or entity by reason of your breaching any of the foregoing.
More Art Please reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to disqualify any entry that does not comply with any of the above, even after the entry is submitted on the competition website.