Field Notes: Landscape and Architecture
Theme: Landscape and Architecture
This juried group photography exhibition will examine contemporary landscape and architectural photography. What is the process and diversity of observation, interpretation and documentation of these two photographic genres? How do we look for and create compelling, significant and relevant photographic work that engages the aesthetics, craft, tradition and concepts of landscape and architectural photography?
Juror: Tricia Hoffman
Tricia Hoffman is a photographer and non-profit arts administrator living in Portland, Oregon. She has an MFA in photography from the University of Hartford and is currently the Executive Director of Newspace Center for Photography. She has been published in "The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes," 2nd ed by Christopher James and her work is in held in private, public, and corporate collections.
Deadline to submit: May 7th
Deadline Extended to May 9th
Exhibition Dates: June 1-20, 2013
Each exhibition will have 24 photographs included by the juror for exhibiton at the gallery.
An additional 30 photographs will be selected for inclusion in our new On-Line Gallery Annex.
All photographs from the show will be included in a printed catalog availble through Blurb Books.
Rules/Guidelines: Black Box offers free framing, matting and printing for our exhibitions. The photographers who are selected into the exhibition by the juror will provide a high resolution Tiff or JPEG file for our gallery to print. If the photograper prefers, they can send in framed work or prints that we can frame for the exhibition.
We have 18” x 24” black frames. Our white mats are pre cut for 12” x 18”, 12” x 12” and 12” x 16” prints (we also have a few other odd sized matts). We print on an Epson Stylus Pro archival ink jet printer, on Epson Premium Luster Photo paper, in a color-calibrated environment. This is a very accurate custom print, just like a custom lab would print, we have over 20 years of custom printing experience.
All exhibition prints will be kept in a flat file after the show for future sale and promotion for the photographer, unless the photographer makes other arrangements. This will allow the gallery to further promote our photographers and exhibitions to collectors, curators, critics and to the general public. Black Box will return ship the exhibiton print to artist if preferred.
File agreement for accepted photographers who will be using our free printing services. Black Box will only print one exhibition print. If there is a sale inquiry, the photographer will be notified before a sale is confirmed, edition information will be discussed with photographer, the photographer will be sent a authentication document to be signed and go with the print to the collector. No sale or printing of file will happen without prior consent and agreement of photographer. All rights remain to the file and print with the photographer, to be used only with their prior consent. Exhibition print will not be sold, but used in our flatfile at Black Box Gallery only to promote the photographers work.
Black Box Gallery takes a 50% commission on all sales, 50% goes to the photographer. If artist prefers the print does not have to be for sale. Print will be for exhibition and promotion only.
Notification: All photographers will be notified 7-10 days after the deadline about juror selections.
Entry Fee: $35 per entry (an entry includes up to 5 photos). Use Pay Pal or send check to:
Black Box Gallery, 811 East Burnside St. Suite 212, Portland Oregon 97214.
How to apply: Send in the entry fee and then send an email to: email@example.com
Title the email: Field Notes: Landscape and Architecture
In the body of the email please include the following info:
File Set Up: Jpeg files, 1024 pixels on the longest side at 72 DPI, 2MB or less each (saved).
Name Files: firstname_lastname1.jpg, firstname_lastname2.jpg, firstname_lastname3.jpg, etc…
Eligibility: The exhibition is open to all photographers world wide, both amateur and professional.
Copyright: All rights to the photographs remain with the photographer.