Eighth Annual Street Photography Around the World Exhibition – 2022
Call for Entries
Deadline for Submission: Tuesday, March 1, 2022
Deadline for Submission: CLOSED
Notice of Acceptance: Tuesday, March 22, 2022
Framed prints (if accepted) due in gallery: N/A
Show Opening (Virtual): Thursday, April 7, 5 pm PST, 2022
Show Dates (Virtual): April 7 – June 7, 2022
About the Exhibit
We are pleased to announce our Eighth Annual Street Photography Around the World Exhibition! The exhibition will be virtual and will run from April 7 – June 7, 2022, with a virtual opening night reception Thursday, April 7, 5 pm PST, 2022. The theme is street shooting around the world. The juror, Meryl Meisler, will select images for exhibition based on creativity, originality, and quality.
There is no limit to the amount of images which can be submitted.
Single Image Competition
Three prize winners: 1st Place receives a $500 gift card plus a one-year Membership to LACP (or renewal of existing Membership) ($595 value); 2nd Place receives a $350 gift card; 3rd Place receives a $200 gift card plus a one-year Membership to LACP (or renewal of existing Membership).
Series Competition (at least six images from a body of work)
One prize winner: $1,000 cash prize and guest speaker appearance during “Street Week in LA Festival” (April 4-10, 2022).
What is Street Shooting?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
STREET PHOTOGRAPHY is a genre of photography that features subjects in candid situations within public places and does not necessitate the presence of a street or even the urban environment. ‘Street’ simply refers to a place where human activity can be seen, a place to observe and capture social interaction. The subject can even be absent of any people and can be that of object or environment where an object projects a human character or an environment is decidedly human. Framing and timing are key aspects of the craft, with the aim of creating images at a decisive or poignant moment. Alternatively, the street photographer may seek a more prosaic depiction of the scene, as a form of social documentary.
Meryl Meisler (http://www.merylmeisler.com/) was born in 1951 in the Bronx and raised on Long Island, New York. Inspired by Diane Arbus, Jacques Henri Lartigue, her dad Jack and grandfather Murray Meisler, she studied photography with Cavalliere Ketchum at The University of Wisconsin–Madison and Lisette Model in NYC. Upon moving to NYC in 1975, Meisler photographed the streets by day and the legendary discos at night. Upon retiring from 31 years as an NYC public school art teacher, she began releasing large bodies of previously unseen work in exhibitions and books. Her monographs A Tale of Two Cities: Disco Era Bushwick (2014), Purgatory & Paradise SASSY ‘70s Suburbia & The City (2015), and New York PARADISE LOST Bushwick Era Disco (2021) are internationally acclaimed. A new book of her street photography from 1973 to 2021 is forthcoming.
Meryl has exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Historical Society, ClampArt, Dia Art Foundation, MASS MoCA, Islip Art Museum, Annenberg Space for Photography, Center for Photography at Woodstock, New Museum for Contemporary Art, LightWork New-York Historical Society, Steven Kasher Gallery, Fotogalerie Friedrichshain (Berlin), the Whitney Museum and in public spaces including Grand Central Terminal, Photoville and throughout the NYC subway system. Meryl lives and works in NYC and Woodstock, NY, continuing the photographic memoir begun in 1973 – a uniquely American story, sweet and sassy with a pinch of mystery. ClampArt represents her work.\
This exhibit is open internationally to both amateurs and professionals.
The deadline to send digital files for consideration is Tuesday, March 1, 2022 by midnight PST. There is no limit to the amount of images which can be submitted.
The selection process will be judged anonymously. Once the juror has made selections, all entrants will receive an email from LACP with a list of images and artists selected for the show. The selected images and artists’ names will also be posted on LACP’s website.
LACP is not responsible for connecting the selected artists with the juror. In addition, LACP reserves the right not to use a particular selected image(s) for promotional purposes if the image(s) is deemed inappropriate for use on LACP’s social media, newsletter feed, and/or on in any other marketing material.
There is no limit to the amount of images which can be submitted. If submitting more than 25 images, please repeat the payment process as necessary.
$50 for 1-5 images ($25.00 for LACP Members)
$75 for 6-10 images ($37.50 for LACP Members)
$100 for 11-15 images ($50.00 for LACP Members)
$125 for 16-20 images ($62.50 for LACP Members)
$150 for 21-25 images ($75.00 for LACP Members)
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Liability and Agreement
Each photographer retains all copyrights to his or her images. Photographers whose submissions are chosen for the exhibition grant the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) the right to use their images for display on LACP’s website and for the purpose of promoting exhibitions, promoting LACP’s programs, and promoting the artist. Promotions and images may also be placed on social networks for LACP with artist credit. Artists grant the use of their image(s) as stated without further contact from LACP. The artist understands that LACP will not be held responsible for loss, theft or other damage, whether caused by the negligence of its officers, members, or others. Photographers are welcome to sell their photos at the exhibit, with 25 percent commission to the LACP. Submission of application will constitute an agreement to all these terms and conditions.
How to Enter
We now use a cloud-based software called Submittable for submitting entries and making payment.
To enter SINGLE IMAGE competition please click HERE.
To enter SERIES competition please click HERE.
Call 323-464-0909 or fill out the form below.