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Räume - Der fotografische Sprachraum als Expression

Im Zeitraum von Juni 2017 bis Juli 2018 hat plainpicture Fotograf Uwe Nölke ein Fotografie-Projekt zum Thema „Raum“ auf Instagram betrieben. Die Ergebnisse seines Projektes sind vom 7 - 24. September 2019 in der Ausstellung im Atelier Meerkatze in Königswinter zu sehen.

Vernissage: Samstag, 7 September 2019, um 18 Uhr

Verzasca Foto Festival - edition VI

During Verzasca Foto Festival main days you can enjoy open-air exhibitions, photo nights with live music, presentations, meetings and workshops held by professional photographers. The festival aims to promote emerging international photographers and to support visual arts in Southern Switzerland, by giving free space through connection and dialogues with nature, offering access to different forms of expression and ways of visual storytelling.
5th to 8th September 2019
Sonogno, Valle Verzasca, Switzerland

Visa pour l'image

Now in its 29th year, and once again taking place in the French city of Perpignan, the festival Visa pour l'Image features more than 20 public exhibitions of the work of top photographers from across the globe, and covers everything from conflict and nature to people and the environment.
Every day from 10am to 8pm, Saturday, August 31 to Sunday, September 15, 2019.

Sabine Bungert at Wiesbadener Fototage

plainpicture photographer Sabine Bungert presenting two projects at the 11. Wiesbadener Fototage 2019:
Kudzu - Sabine Bungert und Stefan Dolfen, Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst
Wilde Orte - Sabine Bungert, Frauen Museum Wiesbaden
17.8. - 1.9.2019

Reporter Akademie Berlin - Workshop

Ein Hinweis auf ein Workshop für Fotografen, Journalisten, Filmschaffende, die eigene Seminare halten wollen. Der Workshop "Train-the-Trainer" an der Reporter-Akademie Berlin möchte zeigen, wie man als Trainer/in auf hohem Niveau
Kompetenzen weitergibt. Workshopleiter Michael Obert verfügt neben preisgekrönter journalistischen Expertise über hochkarätige methodisch-didaktische Kompetenz als Dozent und Coach.
Berlin, 2.-6. Oktober 2019
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Art Photography Awards 2019

Lensculture announcing the Winners o f the Art Photography Awards 2019 plainpicture photographers Philip Provily and Ute Behrend are finalists of this visionary creative award.

Lensculture - Emerging Talent Awards 2019

Now in its sixth year, the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards offer an unparalleled opportunity for new and exciting voices in photography to gain massive exposure and recognition for their work.
An opportunity for early-career photographers wordwide who demonstrate great promise and a distinct creative vision; artists and storytellers who are ready to step into the spotlight and those who could be future leaders in our industry.
Deadline for Entries: Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Red Bull Illume

Red Bull Illume has returned for its fifth bi-annual edition. It showcases the most creative and captivating images on the planet, while illuminating the passion, lifestyle and culture behind the photographers that shoot them. Login, choose from the 10 categories, and upload your best adventure and action sports image before the deadline on July 31, 2019 to become part of the Image Quest!

Moonstruck - Photographic Explorations

The moon landing on 20 July 1969 was one of the events of the century. Fifty years after man first set foot on the surface of the moon, Fotostiftung Schweiz looks at the photographic representation of this celestial body, which has always inspired people's fantasies. The "de-mystification" of the moon is a shock that has also released artistic energies. In addition to selected historical works, contemporary works and installations are primarily presented.

until 6 October 2019
Fotostiftung Schweiz, Winterthur

Helsinki Photo Festival 2019

Helsinki Photo Festival is to push the boundaries for exploring photography in Finland and brings photography back to the streets presenting  cutting-edge work from Nordic and international photographers, encouraging the audience to meet and interact with the arts directly in the public sphere.
July 5th - September, 9th 2019

photo: Karolin Klüppel