Sponsored by Capture12 Gallery and Phoenix Institute of Contemporary Art (phICA)
About the Juror: Mark Klett, world-renowned visual artist / ASU Regents Art Professor. Trained as a geologist, Mark Klett photographs the intersection of culture, landscapes and time. He established his artistic perspective on the American Western landscape as the chief photographer for the Rephotographic Survey Project (1977-79). His primary research interests include landscape photography; the merger of art practice with history and the social and physical sciences; and projects that examine the language of photographic media through technology. His photography is in the permanent collections of prominent museums in the United States and Europe including the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX; the Art Institute of Chicago, IL; the Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, AZ; the George Eastman House, to name but a few (click here for link to source). Klett currently has an exhibition, ‘Then & Now’, at the Etherton Gallery in Tucson.
OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES
1 – You may send up to six (6) jpeg images for consideration
2 – The entry fee is $20 for three (3) images of $30 for up to six (6)
3 – Internationally-renowned juror viewing your work
4 – 12 artists in total will be selected for the exhibition
5 – Photographs must be ready to hang
6 – Collaborative marketing by Capture12 and phICA
1 – Select 12 CAPTURED $20 or $30 from the drop down menu under the ‘Register Here’ heading, fill out the form and follow the instructions to pay the $20-$30 entry fee.
2 – Once the entry fee has been received you will be sent further instruction to forward your work as outlined below.
- Send a single folder labeled with your name.
- Include a maximum of three (3) to six (6) jpeg images sized at 300 dpi, with the longest side at 1000 pixels
- Label all images with ‘Name_Title_Year’
- Also include a Microsoft Word.doc with the image finished dimensions and sales price (you are not obligated to sell your work)
Images without the above information will not be considered.
Entry deadline: February 10, 2015