The Contemporary Photography Award by MIA Photo Fair: The Award “New-Post Photography?” intends to promote new photographic languages capable of reflecting the contemporary world in an innovative way. Through this award, open to all authors without any restrictions in theme, age, gender or nationality, the winners will be offered an opportunity to be exhibited at no charge during the 10th edition of MIA Photo Fair from March 18 to 22, 2020.
Deadline Application: 6 December 2019
Unter dem Motto »elementar« lobt der Berufsverband Freie Fotografen und Filmgestalter e.V. (BFF) erneut den »Neuen BFF-Förderpreis« aus. Gesucht werden die zwölf besten Fotokonzepte, die inspirierende und grundlegende Denkanstöße für die Sicht auf die Welt von morgen vermitteln. Noch bis 15. November können sich Studierende der Fotografie ab dem 4. Semester aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz bewerben.
The portraits of plainpicture photographer Philip Provily question identity with a very personal sense of humor and poetry.
Inspired by the great Dutch masters, he works in daylight.
This exhibition features self-portraits, portraits of women, imaginative stagings and instant portraits.
Paris, 6 to 12 November 2019
Vernissage: Friday, 8 November
Starting tomorrow! A platform for discovery and exchange, Paris Photo aims once again this year to unveil the best of photography, over nearly two centuries, proposed by 180 galleries reunited from around the world.
Paris, 7-10 NOV 2019
See more: https://www.parisphoto.com/
Paolo Pellegrin is known today as one of the world’s leading documentary and conflict photographers. The career‐spanning exhibition PAOLO PELLEGRIN – UN’ANTOLOGIA at the House of Photography sheds new light on his creative vision. UN’ANTOLOGIA is a fitting tribute to Pellegrin’s lifelong engagement with the human condition, but it also serves as an important reminder that reportage photography was, is, and always will be far more than simply a medium for news and information.
Haus der Photographie / Deichtorhallen, Hamburg
31. October 2019 bis 1. March 2020
Eröffnung: Thursday, 31. October, 11:30 Uhr
copyright: Paolo Pellegrin / MAGNUM
TAXED TO THE MAX, the 26th edition of the Noorderlicht International Photo Festival, examines the social tensions that international mega corporations create with their enormous accumulation of capital and influence on national and global politics. How does this affect the lives of ordinary people?
06 October - 01 December 2019
Fotodoks is an international and ambitious festival that reflects and discusses contemporary documentary photography in a lively and personal atmosphere. Focusing on a different theme and partner region for each edition,
Fotodoks perceives itself as an independent forum, which takes place in Munich every second year and has established itself since 2008 as the largest festival for documentary photography in the German-speaking world.
16 October, 6 pm
Lothringer13 Halle & Room, Munich
© Carolina Arantes
Portes ouvertes Seiziem'Art - 43 artists - 23 exhibition places to discover - one cultural trip around the Center of Paris
plainpicture photographer Stéphanie Foache is going to take part with her work from October, 11th - 13th - exhibition place: 21, rue François Gérard - 75016 Paris
Galerie Huit Arles is expanding its exhibition space to accommodate the work of photographers responding to the theme, Daily Life. This second group show will be part of the OpenWalls 2020 exhibition.
What makes your familiar fascinating? How is your commonplace compelling? The Galery wants to show photographs of the mundane, the extraordinary, and all the moments that happen in between.
Apply before 9 October 2019 – 23:59 (UK Time)
Der Greif, together with Berlin Photoweek, is interested to explore possibilities and limits of exhibiting photographic images presented in poster-form but being high quality prints.
Image makers worldwide are invited to submit one image in portrait format that is visually powerful and stands out.
Submit work to be selected for a print exhibition during Berlin Photoweek (October 10-13) at Kraftwerk Berlin.
Submit until 29 September 2019