Moritz Arnold of F/Stop - the International Photography Festival in Leipzig, Germany got in touch to spread the word about this year's festival. They are currently accepting submissions from photographers worldwide for the 3rd installment of the festival, which will be held from July 1st - 7th. As their press release states:
"The theme of our 3rd F/Stop competition 'Where do we go from here?' asks questions about the coordinates of our existence. From what perspective do we look at the “whereto“? Is it a place, a mood? Where do we fi nd the impulses that show us the way? And on what does it depend, our here and whereto? The international photography festival F/Stop is looking for ambitious single or serial photgraphical works that deal with the 'unknown whereto.'
A select jury of curators, gallery designers, and art critics will choose the best works that are going to be presented at the festival. The winner of the competition will have the opportunity to present his or her works in front of professional critics at the portfolio reviews of the Houston/Texas-based FotoFest in 2010."
Here's what you need to know...
1. APPLICATION FORM
Please fill out the application form completely.
2. GRAPHICAL MATERIAL
Apply with at most 3 single works or 3 series. Submit your images on a CD with a maximal size of 1280 × 1024 pixels (jpeg format). Please make sure that all works are labelled with the exact title, size, technique/method and year of production.
3. ARTIST STATEMENT
Please include a short description. In which way does your work resemble the theme of the competition? Characterize your work.
4. CURRICULUM VITAE
5. ENTRY FEE
Please include a € 20 processing fee for each submission.
Entries will be accepted until Monday, April 6th. Submissions received with postmarks after April 6th cannot be considered. Overseas contestants: Please make sure your application is being shipped ahead of time. All participants will be notified about the results of the contest by the first week of May.
You can download the submission form here.