LensCulture Emerging Talent Award 2019 now is over!
LensCulture invites you to enter their 6th annual photography competition titled Emerging Talent Awards for 2019, dedicated to discovering the best 50 emerging photographers from all over the world.
Now in its 6th year, the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2019 offer an unparalleled opportunity for new and exciting voices in photography to gain massive exposure and recognition for their work. They’re searching the globe for early-career photographers 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.
LensCulture seeking entries from members of the global photography community who have yet to receive exposure at an international level. Their aim is to discover fresh and inspiring visions from the next great image-makers.
There are absolutely no limits on age, location, or genre, so gather your best work together and share your work for the opportunity to kickstart your career on the world stage.
All photographers retain full copyrights for their own work.
The work of 25 outstanding talents from all cultures, all points of view, all genres, with no age limit, will be selected by an international jury. All winning photographers will be exhibited in November, 2019 at Galerie Joseph during Paris Photo — the largest international art fair dedicated to the photographic medium! An opening reception will be held for artists, invited media, photo editors and industry insiders for a night of art appreciation and networking during the world’s largest international art fair dedicated to photography.
Each mini-series entry costs $35 (for up to 5 photos reviewed as a single entry). Each series entry costs $60 (for a related series of 10 photos). Currently enrolled students get a 30% of discount.
Who can participate? ⇣
LensCulture is seeking entries from members of the global photography community who have yet to receive exposure at an international level.