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July News

How can we Grow and Conserve?

Syngenta Photography Award open for entries

Deadline: 22 August, 2016

The Award invites professional and amateur photographers to submit applications in two categories – The Professional Commission and the Open Competition – and offers total prize money of US$65,000, including a US$25,000 professional commission.

This year’s theme is Grow-Conserve. As the world’s population continues to increase, so does the tension between our growing demand for more food, energy and resources, and the protection of our planet. How can we manage economic, social and technological growth in a way that supports the needs of today as well as for future generations? Bold and transformative action is needed. More

I’ll Fly Away: The Nature of Birds

1650 Gallery Group Photography Exhibition

Ah, birds. Uniquely beautiful, ceaselessly fascinating; elusive and unreachable, except by the camera lens. What is it about the bird that affects us so? Are they everything we want to be; beautiful, carefree and literally above it all? Do we envy their freedom? A life lived literally “on the fly.” Oh! Fickle-feathered freeloader of heaven and earth, thy name is bird! For the rest of us, wingless, bored and earthbound, photographs of you must suffice. Now open for submissions. Opens Sat, July 23

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2016 Moscow International Foto Awards

MIFA Winners Exhibition in Moscow!

You are invited to celebrate the opening of 2016 MIFA Winners Exhibition in Moscow on 20 July at 7pm.

40 main winners of 2016 MIFA Photo Awards will be exhibited in Na Kashirke Gallery in Moscow from 20 July – 7 August 2016.

Among such photographs as an iceberg by Antarctic, dusty storm in Morocco desert, Flatiron building during last year catastrophic blizzard as well as U2 band and Al Pacino portraits, you will also see unique shots of refugees arrival to the greek Lesbos island made by Russian photographer Sergey Ponomarev, a Pulitzer, WorldPressPhoto and many other international prizes winner.

2016 MIFA Winners Exhibition will be held in “Na Kashirke” Gallery. Na Kashirke was founded in 1986 and is a part of Moscow Center of Museum Development and Moscow Exhibition Halls Union which are managed by Moscow Culture Department. This beautiful and spacious gallery will exhibit 40 works of MIFA 2016 Winners as well show Moving Images, Subcategory and HM winners on big screen.

Date: 20 July – 7 August 2016
Time: 7 pm
Venue: ArtGallery NaKashirke, Ac.Millionshikov str, 35/5, Moscow

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4th Ozone Zone Photo Salon is Open!

Enter Photographers’ Preferred Competition
Early Bird discount ends on July 15, 2016

Over 120 awards! Fine international competition under high patronage of RPS, IUP, FIAP and PSA. Accepted photos count towards their photography distinctions. Win CASH, publicity, prestige, recognition.

Up to $15,000 (Grand Prix), prestigious medals, 1X Pro accounts, more. Best photos published with interviews in a known photo magazine. Acclaimed judges, free catalogue for all.

Themes: Open Color, Open Mono, Change, Portrait and Nude.
Enter Now! Early Bird ends soon – very low entry fee! More

Tokyo International Foto Awards calling photographers around the world

After successfully holding the MIFA | Moscow International Foto Awards for three years, the organizers have decided to take it further and go east to Tokyo with TIFA. Photographers all over the world are therefore invited to submit their photographs to participate in this annual competition. The deadline is on 31 August, 2016. Photographers from all corners of the world are encouraged to enter their work.

Along with cash prizes of over $6000 the most outstanding photographs will be presented at the annual TIFA Exhibition to be held in a gallery in Tokyo. They will also be included in the international traveling Winners Exhibition that reaches different countries annually.

The competition has a new jury panel comprising of an international pool of photography industry professionals chosen from gallery owners, art directors, photo editors, art buyers, curators, publishers, art directors, and other influential luminaries like Sujong Song (Co-Founder / Co-Director, Seoul Lunar Foto), Koji Orimoto (Editor in Chief, Digital Camera Watch), Alessandro Scali (Researcher, Nanoart, OKKULT Motion Pictures), Patrick Brzeski (Asia Bureau Chief, Hollywood Reporter, People Magazine) and many others.

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Px3 Winners Announced!

Check out the most outstanding winning images.

Sergey Ponomarev from Russia won the title of the Photographer of the Year with his photo essay covering the refugee crisis in Europe.

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Family of Man Winners Announced!

Winning images cover the broad spectrum of human emotions and experiences: from birth to death, from childhood to old age.
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June News

The EPSON International Pano Awards

US$60,000 prize pool, including $25,000 cash

The 7th EPSON International Pano Awards is dedicated to the craft and art of panoramic photography.

Advances in digital photography and editing software has resulted in an ever-increasing rise in the popularity of image stitching, especially in the panoramic format. Panoramic film photography also remains alive and well.

The EPSON International Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers worldwide and is the largest competition for panoramic photography.

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TREES International Call for Entry

New York City Gallery Show – Cash Prizes

Deadline: June 19, 2016

Trees are essential to the lifeblood of the world. Roots hold the soil so erosion is mitigated. They are home to birds, squirrels and many other of nature’s creatures. They bear fruit and in the fall the colors enhance our lives. Trees can also be looming, ominous, and, in cases of stormy weather, dangerous. They are integral to forests and jungles. They stand alone on a hillside creating lovely shadows; shade a child on a hot day; are sturdy posts to tie up the pet dog, hold a hammock off the ground. Remember the lost art of the backyard laundry line.

Send us your images of trees as you experience them – forests, single trees, branches, roots….
All selected images will receive an NYC4PA certificate, and be included in both the NYC4PA online gallery and the TREES 2016 catalog.

– Grand Prize: One photographer will receive $750. The image will be exhibited in the New York Gallery show and be featured on the home page of NYC4PA website.

– First Place: 3 photographers will each receive $300 and be exhibited in the New York Gallery show.

– Second Place: 3 photographers will each receive $250 and be exhibited in the New York Gallery show.

– Third Place: 3 photographers will each receive $200 and be exhibited in the New York Gallery show.

– Jurors’ Selections: 15 additional images will be exhibited in the New York Gallery show.

– Honorable Mention: 20 additional images

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10th Annual Px3 Photography Competition

Final Deadline: June 30, 2016

P×3 Photographer of the Year—$5,000 cash prize

P×3 Best New Talent (Non-Professionals and Students Only)—$2,000 cash prize

Px3 10-Year Anniversary Commemorative Prize—$10,000 cash prizes!

This year Px3 will select 10 additional winners — 1 from each of the remaining categories (5 Pro and 5 Non-Pro) — to receive a special $1,000 Cash Prize, to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Px3! These winners will also gain worldwide publicity, receive the spotlight at all events, will participate in exhibitions in Paris, and be published in the P×3 Annual Book. More

Focus Iran 2: Contemporary Photography & Video Competition

Submissions: June 1, – August 8, 2016

Focus Iran 2: Contemporary Photography and Video, is the second biennial international juried exhibition of contemporary photography and video works relating to Iranian culture and heritage. Organized by the Los Angeles based Craft & Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) and Farhang Foundation, the exhibition is an opportunity to expose and feature photographers and media artists from around the world.

Approximately 40 selected photographs and videos will be displayed in a group exhibition to take place at the Craft & Folk Art Museum and at the University of California, Irvine’s Viewpoint Gallery.

Selected artists will be determined from among all eligible entries reviewed by a distinguished panel of jurors.  The jurors will consider pertinence to Iranian culture and heritage, originality, skill, and artistic vision in the final selection process.

The distinguished panel of jurors will consider each photograph or video submission’s pertinence to Iranian culture and heritage, skill, artistic vision, and impact. More

Disguise: Masks and Global African Art

Exhibition: April 29 – September 19, 2016

Brooklyn Museum of Art
200 Eastern Parkway – Brooklyn

Disguise: Masks and Global African Art connects the work of twenty-five contemporary artists with historical African masquerade, using play and provocation to invite viewers to think critically about their world and their place within it. By putting on a mask and becoming someone else, artists reveal hidden realities about society, including those of power, class, and gender, to suggest possibilities for the future. More

2nd Annual Lucie Technical Awards Nominations Now Open!

The Lucie Technical Awards aim to honor the large and small companies, as well as the individuals who have advanced the photographic industry in a given year.

Experts in the field of photography, as well as members of the public, can contribute to the nomination process with the goal to recognize and reward deserving companies and individuals whose work has advanced the careers of so many.

The Lucie Technical Awards is the newest initiative of the Lucie Foundation and the sister-program of The Lucie Awards.

Deadline to submit: August 15, 2016

To nominate, please visit:

Celeste Prize 2016, 8th edition

Applications are open for Celeste Prize 2016, discover what’s new!

Deadline: June 30, 2016

There’s more prize money 23,000 €, and more artists will be invited to the final exhibition in London, The Bargehouse, OXO Tower Wharf, 7-10 October.

Celeste Prize is an international contemporary arts prize which every year awards rewarding benefits to emerging and mid-career artists.

23,000 € prizes

  • Project Prize 4,000 €
  • Painting & Drawing Prize 4,000 €
  • Photography & Digital Graphics Prize 4,000 €
  • Video & Animation Prize 4,000 €
  • Installation, Sculpture & Performance Prize 4,000 €
  • NEW Super-Young Prize 3,000 € (under-26 years)

Entry fees:

  • 50 € for a single work
  • 90 € for a project (up to 10 works)
  • 30 € for a single work (in Super-Young, under-26 years)

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International Photography Awards

Normal Deadline: June 15, 2016

The International Photography Awards conducts an annual photography competition for professional, non-professional, and student photographers on a global level, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. The IPA recognizes photography’s leading talents who are creating, shaping and defining the world of photography today. More

Lillian Bassman

(American, 1917-2012)

Exhibition: May 12 – July 8, 2016

Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York

Edwynn Houk Gallery is pleased to announce its exclusive representation of the Estate of Lillian Bassman and its first exhibition of the artist’s photographs. On view 12 May – 8 July, the show will feature more than 30 photographs tracing the legendary fashion photographer’s stylistic development from early vintage prints to her reinterpreted prints made in the 1990s.

A seminal figure in the history of fashion photography, Lillian Bassman’s photographs appeared on the pages of Harper’s Bazaar from the 1940s through the 1960s. She trained and worked under famed art director Alexey Brodovitch, eventually becoming art director of Junior Bazaar in 1945, until the magazine’s closing in 1948. While working as art director, Bassman regularly hired photographers such as Richard Avedon, Arnold Newman, and Robert Frank. By 1946, Bassman began taking her own photographs and swiftly transitioned from art director to fashion photographer. Her first photograph was published in Bazaar in 1946 and her first editorial story in 1948. More

Magali Lambert – Derrière les paupières closes

Exhibition: May 13 – July 2, 2016

Galerie Arielle d’Hauterives, Brussels

Magali Lambert may resemble us but she loots with her eyes open. She assembles our dreams in broad daylight. Exiled in consciousness, she weaves our fantasies. She sifts through the junk shops, the flea markets, the streets, the forgotten drawers, keeps what we have discarded, what life has left behind but time has preserved, what could have been disposed of for good but was saved from the landfill by its very insignificance. From these impoverished materials, both natural and man-made, from the obsolete, the baroque, the damaged, she extracts artefacts, eerily familiar machines that ignite our imagination and leave us feeling disconcerted, for we have encountered in real life what is only activated in dreams.  More

May News

We Are What We Eat

Exhibition: April 28 – June 30, 2016

United Nations Headquarter, New York

We Are What We Eat is an exhibition exploring the global food concerns mankind faces in the new millennium.

Both industrialized and non-industrialized countries share growing concerns about viable water sources for human and livestock consumption, sustainable farming as well as food production. The selected works of artists Liu Bolin (China), Edward Burtynsky (Canada), Jim Draper (United States), Pepe López (Venezuela) and Vik Muniz (Brazil) delve deeply into concepts linked to population and economic growth, malnutrition, free range versus farmed proteins and over consumption. The exhibition is developed in conjunction with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2, to highlight the need for global food security through sustainable agricultural practices, and improved nutrition through activism and education.  More

Ryan McGinley: Body Loud!

Exhibition: April 16 – July 10, 2016, 

Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Japan

Ryan McGinley is widely known as one of America’s most important photographers today. His work has been used for the CD jacket of rock band Sigur Ros and appears frequently in art and fashion magazines. McGinley already has a well-established fan base in Japan. The majority of the figures who appear in his works are nudes. Often seen scampering across fields, leaping from trees, or lying in the snow, these characters are not professional models, and their sense of vulnerability and freedom is captured at the moment they remove their clothes. More

10th Annual Px3 Photography Competition

Final Deadline: May 31, 2016

This year’s winners will get a chance to receive $10,000 in additional prizes!

P×3 Photographer of the Year—$5,000 cash prize

Professional photographers compete for the top award – the title of “P×3 Photographer of the Year” and $5,000 cash prize. 1st prize winners in each of the 6 Pro Categories will compete for the title Photographer of the Year. The winner’s work will gain worldwide publicity, receive the spotlight at all events, will participate in exhibitions in Paris, and be published in the P×3 Annual Book.

P×3 Best New Talent (Non-Professionals and Students Only)—$2,000 cash prize

Non-professional photographers compete for the P×3 Best New Talent Award and $2,000 cash prize. The winner is chosen from the 1st prize winners in the 6 Non-Pro/Student categories. Winner’s work will gain worldwide publicity, participate in exhibitions in Paris and published in the P×3 Annual Book.

Px3 10-Year Anniversary Commemorative Prize—$10,000 cash prizes!

This year Px3 will select 10 additional winners — 1 from each of the remaining categories (5 Pro and 5 Non-Pro) — to receive a special $1,000 Cash Prize, to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Px3! These winners will also gain worldwide publicity, receive the spotlight at all events, will participate in exhibitions in Paris, and be published in the P×3 Annual Book. More

The Destiny of Men

Gérard Rancinan & Caroline Gaudriault

Exhibition: May 14 – May 29, 2016

Urban Spree Galerie, Berlin


French acclaimed contemporary photographer and visual artist Gérard Rancinan teamed with author Caroline Gaudriault to produce a series of large format photographs conceived as post-apocalyptic “tableaux vivants”.

“Modern Man can be seen as a post-apocalyptic angel, at once Messenger and Punk Demiurge.” For Rancinan and Gaudriault, Berlin and Urban Spree represent a perfect communion where his monumental photographs become incarnated, where context and situation add a new dimension to his corpus of works, where decadence and redemption linger in unexpected corners. More

International Photography Awards

Early-Bird Submission Deadline: May 15, 2016

The International Photography Awards conducts an annual photography competition for professional, non-professional, and student photographers on a global level, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. The IPA recognizes photography’s leading talents who are creating, shaping and defining the world of photography today. More


Lucie Foundation’s First Annual Spring Fundraiser


LUMINOSITY is Lucie Foundation’s first annual spring fundraising event to make collecting fun and adventurous. The letters of the photographers names will be scrambled for you to play “Guess Who” and to inspire you to collect photography that you love based on your aesthetic sensibilities.
Don’t miss this opportunity to collect work from emerging, mid-career and master photographers and support the Lucie Foundation’s annual programming. All “Guess Who” photographs will be uniformly priced and sized at 12×16 inches for $300.00.



Nataal – New African Photography

Exhibition: May 7 – May 15, 2016

Red Hook Labs Gallery, Brooklyn

Nataal is pleased to announce the group show New African Photography in association with Red Hook Labs. Opening 7 May in Brooklyn, the exhibition features six artists – Atong Atem (Sudan/Australia), Delphine Diaw Diallo (Senegal/France/US), Kristin-Lee Moolman (South Africa), Lakin Ogunbanwo (Nigeria), Namsa Leuba (Guinea/Switzerland) and Owise Abuzaid (Egypt).

The work of these selected photographers, both emerging and internationally recognised, express the diversity of narratives informing Africa’s rich visual language today. Encompassing documentary, fashion and portrait photography, the exhibition will explore multiple themes that challenge accepted notions of belonging and identity, the everyday and the fantastical; the past and the future; the public and the private. More

Guido Mocafico: Blaschka

Exhibition: March 18 – May 24, 2016

Hamiltons, London

Italian still life photographer Guido Mocafico’s fascination with Leopold and his son Rudolf Blaschka’s glass models of marine invertebrates and plants is revealed in his most recent series Blaschka. It has been Mocafico’s longstanding dream to photograph these masterpieces that took Leopold (1822-1895) and Rudolf (1857-1939) Blaschka a lifetime to create, and to pay homage to their unparalleled dedication to their craft with his photographs. More

Geschenkt. Gekauft. Gefunden

Given – Bought – Found

Exhibition: May 13 – July 31,  2016

Münchner Stadtmuseum, München


In “GIVEN – BOUGHT – FOUND: Acquisitions and donations over the last ten years”, the Münchner Stadtmuseum Photography Collection will exhibit a careful selection of its acquisitions over this time. In addition to the 8,400 superb images on the theme of “Germany in the 19th century” purchased from the Dietmar Siegert Collection, the Museum now also possesses the complete archives of German-American photographer Hermann Landshoff (1905–1986) and a generous donation of contemporary photographic works by private Munich collector Wolfgang Begatik (1955–2013). This thematically diverse exhibition brings together and showcases photographs from 1845 up to the present day not only enriching the Collection but also adding new photographic perspectives. More

April News


Exhibition: December 11, 2015 – August 7, 2016

Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York

At key moments in history, artists have reached beyond galleries and museums, using their work as a call to action to create political and social change. For the past hundred years, the term agitprop, a combination of agitation and propaganda, has directly reflected the intent of this work. More

Jimmy Nelson – Before They Pass Away

Exhibition: March 23 – April 30, 2016, Vienna

With his unique photo project “Before They Pass Away” Jimmy Nelson has attracted worldwide attention. In four years, the British photographer has travelled to more than 40 countries around the globe. With his historic plate camera, he portrayed members of indigenous peoples from Ethiopia to Papua New Guinea, whose land and way of life is endangered by the industrial civilisation. Nelson’s large format pictures oscillate between visual anthropology and subjective idealization and grasp the subject in fantastic images of inebriated impressiveness. More

10th Annual Px3 Photography Competition

Regular Deadline: April 30, 2016

The “Prix de la Photographie, Paris” (Px3) strives to promote the appreciation of photography, to discover emerging talent, and introduce photographers from around the world to the artistic community of Paris. A selection of work from this competition is displayed in Paris and the winners are published in the Px3 Annual Book. More

Michael Najjar – Outer Space

Exhibition: April 1 – May 14, 2016

Benrubi Gallery, New York


The “outer space” work series deals with the latest developments in space exploration and the way they will shape our future life on Earth, in Earth’s near orbit and on other planets. By leaving our home and flying to the moon or other planets, we change our understanding of two of the most fundamental questions confronting humankind – who we are and where we come from. The attempt to penetrate the far reaches of space bears witness to our innate sense of curiosity and our unquenchable desire to push back frontiers and go beyond them. Yet the point is not merely to leave the Earth behind us, but to reflect on what our own spaceship earth means to us and will mean to the generations who come after us. More

Michel Medinger – 50 Years in the Darkroom

Exhibition: March 10 – April 16, 2016, 2016

Galerie Clairefontaine, Luxembourg


In honour of Michel Medinger’s 75th anniversary, the Galerie Clairefontaine, Espace 2, dedicates an exhibition to his recent and past work.

Ironical images of keepsakes and unusual objects from his “cabinet of curiosities”, as well as singular images of earlier series, provide an insight into his extensive photographic oeuvre, especially in black and white, – straight out of the darkroom. More

Moscow International Foto Awards

MIFA annual photo awards

Deadline: April 30, 2016

MIFA PHOTO AWARDS mission is to recognize, reward and expose talented photographers from around the world and introduce them to the creative community in Russia. Photographers from all corners of the world are encouraged to enter their work. More

With Different Eyes. The Portrait in Contemporary Photography

Exhibition: February 25 – May 8, 2016, Bonn-Cologne

For the first time Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur, Cologne, and the Kunstmuseum Bonn simultaneously show two group exhibitions with the shared title “With Different Eyes. The Portrait in Contemporary Photography”. Not only in the history of painting, but especially in the history of photography, the portrait has always been one of the most important and constantly re-innovated pictorial contents. More

Family of Man

Final deadline: April 30, 2016

In 1939 Edward Steichen was given the assignment to curate a show for the Museum of Modern Art, in New York City. He asked 30 photographers including Cartier Bresson, Eugene Smith, and Dorothea Lange, to document the common links of humanity worldwide. Steichen asked the photographers to photograph the commonalities of Birth, Childhood, Love, marriage, and Death. More

Roe Ethridge – Shelter Island

Exhibition: April 8 – June 5, 2016

Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Foam presents Shelter Island, the newest work of Roe Ethridge (1969, US). At the eastern end of Long Island, New York, the photographer turned to his family and the characteristically American ‘Kit House’ they rented for the summer of 2015. There he became fascinated by a range of stored away possessions from the homeowners and their children. More

March News

Total Records – Vinyl & Photography

Exhibition: 27 Feb – 16 May 2016, Winterthur, Switzerland 

Vinyl records and analogue photography have become emblematic media of the twentieth century. The nostalgic value of a record is as much indebted to the cover image as the actual musical recording. A look into the history of records and photography reveals their complex interrelationship, which can be traced by a retrospective look at the sleeves of the most prevalent and commercially successful audio format of the past century. Presenting some 500 album covers, Total Records chronicles the multi-faceted interplay between these two media from the 1960s to the 2000s – taking us both on a journey through a cultural and media history of the twentieth century as well as through our highly intimate worlds of memory that we link to the images and the music. More


Early Bird Deadline: 31 March, 2016 

Submit your best work for a chance to win the title of Px3 Photographer of the Year, cash prizes, be selected by our curators for the PX3 exhibition in Paris and inclusion in the Annual Px3 book. More


Helena Blomqvist 

Exhibition: 17 March – 23 April 2016, Berlin 

Lars Bohman Gallery is pleased to announce the first solo show by Helena Blomqvist at the gallery since merging with Angelika Knäpper Gallery. In her new series, “Florentine”, we are submerged in the memories and dreams, or maybe even fantasies, from the life of the leading lady, Florentine Stein. With her customary sense of light, shadow and palette, Helena Blomqvist stages the personal life of the former ballerina as it is played out in the midst of the cataclysmic political movements of the 20th century. Existential issues such as loneliness and aging are set against a backdrop of historical achievements and political trauma. More


Deadline: March 10th, 2016

Artists Reception: March 31st, 2016

Aesthesia Studios is proud to announce, in partnership with Month of Photography Los Angeles, The Analogue Project 2015: a photography contest designed to re-inspire by embracing what captured many a photographer’s creative eye to begin with—shooting on film. To enter your analogue film project, please go here.

Nick Brandt – Inherit the Dust

Exhibition: 10 Mar – 30 Apr 2016, New York

Edwynn Houk Gallery is pleased to announce the debut exhibition of Nick Brandt’s newest photographic series Inherit the Dust. The exhibition marks the artist’s first show at the gallery and is accompanied by a book of the same title published by Edwynn Houk Editions. More

Helmut Newton
Pages from the Glossies

Exhibition: 4 Dec 2015 – 22 May 2016, Berlin 

The exhibition “Pages from the Glossies” offers us a new perspective on many of Helmut Newton’s iconic photographs. Spanning more than four decades, the images are presented as facsimiles of the original magazine pages in which they were first published, between 1956 and 1998. During this considerable length of time, Newton was regularly commissioned by publishers and editors from renowned magazines around the world to impart his version and vision of contemporary fashion. This continuity remained an exception in the otherwise fleeting fashion business.

February News


Photography Email News from Lucie Foundation

We are proud to announce a new service to serve the photography world, Lucie Shouts: a highly curated, email newsletter where we feature the highest quality, most interesting photo related news, events, exhibitions from around the world. More



In 1939 Edward Steichen was given the assignment to curate a show for the Museum of Modern Art, in New York City.  He asked 30 photographers including Cartier Bresson, Eugene Smith, and Dorothea Lange, to document the common links of humanity worldwide. Steichen asked the photographers to photograph the commonalities of Birth, Childhood, Love, Marriage, and Death. The photographic documentation for this exhibition became the biggest-selling photography book in the history of photography. This year IPA takes inspiration from the Family of Man, to document parallel circumstances in the world today, which produced those iconic works. More

One and a half Meter

in Robert Morat Galerie, Berlin

Robert Morat Gallery presents the photographic series “One and a half Meter” by Hungarian artist Peter Puklus in cooperation with C/O Berlin. Peter Puklus, born 1980, studied at Moholy-Nagy University for Arts and Design in Budapest and at the École Supérieur de Création Industrielle in Paris. His work has received wide international attention over the last couple of years and from February to May 2016 C/O Berlin now presents his first major museum show in Germany in the context of a series of exhibitions titled “Thinking about Photography”.  More

Noémie Goudal – Cinquième Corps

Le Bal, Paris

LE BAL is delighted to present the first monographic exhibition in France devoted to the work of Noémie Goudal. In Cinquième Corps the three series “In Search of the First Line” (2014), “Observatoires” (2014) and “Southern Light Stations” (2015) will be displayed alongside new pieces specially produced for the LE BAL space. More


Extended Deadline: 29 February, 2016 

Inspired by and in tribute to polish filmmaker kryzsztof kieslowski’s 1990s “three colors trilogy”, Px3 has been conducting a three-year, three-color themed photo competition. The first color and theme was blue for 2014, the second was white in 2015, and the third color is red for the 2016 theme competition. Anything Red, we are looking for your red-inspired photographs that include or reference the color literally or figuratively. Let your imagination run free – we are looking for creative minds to think beyond normal. More

Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty is drawn entirely from the extensive holdings of the Smithsonian American Art Museum. On display are 146 photographs from the museum’s permanent collection, including the debut of 100 photographs recently donated to the museum by The Irving Penn Foundation. The exhibition presents several previously unseen or never exhibited photographs. More

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