Deadline for Submission: March 1, 2017, 11:59 PM
Exhibition Dates: March 18, 2017 through April 23, 2017
Curated by John English
All photographers are invited to submit three works for consideration for this upcoming show. All works must be submitted as links via the online entry form. Anyone can submit work, regardless of level of experience, education or geographic location. Artists should keep in mind the progressive and contemporary programming characteristic of ATHICA. Photos can be either black-and-white or color.
Aesthetic Guidelines: Works are sought which represent the spirit of Jeremy Ayers (1948–2016), who had a great eye for strange ODDITIES, the OFF-BEAT. His three photographic books (on his tumblr site) show the scope of his interests. In “Aeronautica,” he shot PORTRAITS of QUIRKY Athenians with hints of NARRATIVES. Those photos capture a sense of an ON-GOING PARTY—OUTLANDISH, SURREAL, SENSUAL, PLAYFUL and HUMOROUS. In “Today in New York,” Ayers took pictures on CITY STREETS, often juxtaposing his subjects with their urban context. Among his themes were AGING and FORTUNE-TELLING. In “Occupy,” Ayers went beyond photojournalism to depict an INSIDER’S VIEW OF CITIZEN ACTIVISM as well as a SENSE OF PLACE. He captures the PRANKS and SERIOUS MESSAGES of the movement, its eclectic mix of the VERY REAL and QUITE ZANY.
For assistance with submission of images as links, see: http://athica.org/call-for-entries/instructions-for-using-google-drive-to-share-images/
An entry fee of $15.00 goes to sustain the gallery. ATHICA provides a limited number of fee waivers for those in financial need.
Selected artists will be responsible for shipping their work to and from ATHICA.
To enter, complete this form, which will link to PayPal for payment of the entry fee: https://tinyurl.com/submitoutthere