The deadline to submit images to The Curator, the Search for Outstanding Fine Art Photography, is just hours away. The jurors for this fine-art photography contest include Brian Clamp of Clampart, Ariel Shanberg of Center of Photography at Woodstock, Gravelle Pierre of Kris Graves Projects, Julie Grahame of aCurator.com and other creatives. Selected winners will be exhibited in a group show at MILK GALLERY NYC, featured in PDN and on PDNonline and receive some cool prizes.
The opening for The Curator exhibit last summer was a blast, and we were delighted the six winners were able to attend the event — including those who flew in from England, Italy and Poland for the celebration. (Check out the Fuji Instax pics that PDN’s John Gimenez shot during the gallery opening.)
For details on The Curator rules, prizes, judges and how to enter work by midnight EST tonight, go to www.pdncuratorawards.com/
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Multimedia stories created by Zachary Canepari, The Washington Post, Justin Maxon and Jared Moossy have been honored in the World Press Photo 2017 Multimedia Contest. World Press announced the winners of their seventh annual Multimedia Contest on February 14. The competition honors multimedia projects in four categories: Immersive Storytelling, Innovative Storytelling, and Long- and Short... More ›
Protesting the election of Donald Trump in Los Angeles. ©Los Angeles Times/Marcus Yam Los Angeles Times photographer Marcus Yam has won 2016 Newspaper Photographer of the Year honors at the 74th Pictures of the Year International competition. Yam won for a portfolio that included images from stories about the 2016 wildfires in California, the emotional... More ›