Gravity Photo Contest 2021: The Beauty Of Nature now is over!
Gravity Photo Contest 2021: The Beauty Of Nature: The Gravity Photo Contest, a side event of the GRAVITY FESTIVAL, the first urban arts festival serving the planet, has been recently opened for entries inviting all professional and non-professional photographers from all around the world to participate.
The Gravity Photo Contest 2021, a side event of the Gravity Festival now is opened for entries!
The purpose of the festival is that all contributors, artists and speakers, contribute to raise awareness of the gravity of the current ecological situation. The topic of the contest is “the beauty of nature” in its broadest sense.
The presented photographs can either focus on environment and its protection, the ecological situation but also on the animal or vegetal world, landscapes.
We add an important point, beauty alone does not really make sense, a strong message must be associated with it. Furthermore, the equipment used is of no importance in the eyes of the jury, as is the professional or amateur aspect of the photographer. We simply want to see beautiful and strong pictures of nature. The first edition of the Gravity Festival will take place on 15th and 16th May, 2021 at Yann Arthus Bertrand’s Foundation GoodPlanet in Paris.
This festival will have various aspects but the two main ones are:
➜ An artistic component with 10 graffiti artists, recognized at the world level, that will paint live in front of the public 10 artworks on the topic of the protection of environment. Also, visitors will have access to Matthieu Ricard’s open air exhibition and the Planet Ocean exhibition inside the Foundation’s castle.
➜ An informative component with six conferences by leading actors of the ecology. Also, visitors will have access to all the Foundation’s workshops.
No Entry Fee!There is no entry fee to participate!
The Gravity Festival invites professional and non-professional photographers from all around the world to participate.
The 20 finalists will be exhibited at Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s Foundation GoodPlanet in Paris. All twenty finalists will receive a diploma and the best three works will be awarded with monetary and non-monetary prizes.