DEADLINE April 19th, 2017 23:59 EST
This exhibition's juror will privately critique up to 10 images.
Juror: Bruce Gilden
Photo © Bruce Gilden
I love the people I photograph. I mean, they’re my friends. I’ve never met most of them or I don’t know them at all, yet through my images I live with them. Bruce Gilden
|Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)|
|Submissions Close:||19 April 17 23:59 EST|
|Selections Announced:||by 27 April 17|
|On-Line Check-in Due:||5 May 17|
|Work Receipt Deadline:||22 May 17|
|Exhibit Opens:||25 May 17|
|Exhibit Closes:||18 June 17|
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If your pictures aren’t good enough, then you’re not getting close enough. Robert Capa
Getting close enough to one’s subject(s) is difficult for most of us, and yet it’s essential to making effective street photographs. For this exhibit Darkroom Gallery and juror Bruce Gilden will be looking for your ability to step into the interplay of human activity and to seize the moment.
- Juror's Choice receives a 30x48" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image, free entry into a future exhibition, a free exhibition catalog;
- Honorable Mentions receive free exhibition catalogs and free entry in a future exhibition.
- People's Choice gains free entry into a future exhibit.
- We offer free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.
Juror: Bruce Gilden
Bruce Gilden and his photography are inextricably linked. Hours as a child looking at tough guys on the bustling streets of Brooklyn from his second-story window shaped Gilden’s attraction to his photographic subjects. Gilden is a street photographer. He is best known for his candid close-up photos of people on the streets of New York City, using a flashgun. He has had numerous books of his work published, and is the subject of the documentary film: Misery Loves Company: The Life and Death of Bruce Gilden (2007). He has worked in black & white photography most of his life, but recently has begun shooting color and digital in recent years.