Deadline: Midnight, Sunday 8 November 2015
British Journal of Photography’s annual International Photography Award is one of the world’s leading showcases for contemporary photographic talent.
Now in its 10th year, the competition has established itself as an important springboard for future voices in photography. The elite judging panel, drawn from the worlds of photography, art and media, provides an opportunity for entrants to get their work in front of the most influential people in the industry.
Winners will receive a two week show at TJ Boulting, an innovative gallery in the heart of Fitzrovia, central London’s burgeoning new gallery district. They will also have their work printed and framed by one of Europe’s leading pro labs, theprintspace, and receive international exposure from WeTransfer and British Journal of Photography.
Winners of the IPA 2016 receive a two-week exhibition at TJ Boulting, an innovative gallery in the heart of Fitzrovia, central London’s burgeoning new gallery district, printed and framed by Europe’s leading pro lab, theprintspace.
Winners will also have their work showcased for four weeks on the WeTransfer homepage, reaching over 70 million creatives worldwide, and published across British Journal of Photography’s print, online and social channels.
IPA 2016 has the following categories open for entry:
Single Image Award – for an outstanding single image and supporting statement.
Entry fee: £10
Series Award – for an outstanding body of work (of up to 20 images) and supporting statement.
Entry fee: £35
The judging panel will select a winner from each category to receive an exhibition in central London and global exposure.
For full details, visit the competition website: http://www.bjpipa.com/