Registration opened today for the annual Critical Mass juried competition organized by Portland, Oregon photography non-profit Photolucida.
The competition boasts a group of 200-plus jurors from all corners of the photography industry, including curators, photo editors, publishers and gallerists from around the world. Winners receive a “book award,” which results in the publication of a monograph, and two entrants will receive solo shows at either Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, or the Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado. The top 50 portfolios entered in the competition are featured on the Critical Mass site and in an exhibition that will be curated by W.M. Hunt.
For more info on fees, prizes and jurors, and to register visit the Photolucida site.
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