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Photowork 2017 30th Annual National Juried Photography Exhibition
Barrett Art Center
55 Noxon St.
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601


Contact Email: info@barrettartcenter.org
Call Type: Photography
Eligibility: National
State: New York
Entry Deadline: 11/15/16
Application Closed
REQUIREMENTS:
Media
Images - Minimum: 3, Maximum: 8
Total Media - Minimum: 3, Maximum: 8
Entry Fee (Photowork 2017 National Juried Photography Exhibition): $40.00
Media Fee (per sample over minimum):$5.00
Call for Entries
Photowork 2017
Dutchess County Art Association’s/Barrett Art Center’s
30th Annual National Juried Photography Exhibition
 
JURORS:   
Isaac Diggs, photographer, faculty at School of Visual Arts;
Rebecca Morse, Associate Curator, Wallis Annenberg Photography Department, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA);
Robert Stevens,former Photo Editor, Time Magazine (ret., 20+ years); faculty at School of Visual Arts

Exhibition Dates:   Saturday, Saturday, January 21 - Saturday, March 3, 2017
Opening Reception:  Saturday, January 21st
Barrett Art Center
55 Noxon Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

JUROR PROCESS: Each juror will select ten images and award a juror's prize. The 25- 30 works with the highest cumulative ranking from all three jurors will also be included. 
ENTRY DEADLINE: November 15, 2016
Notifications to be sent out December 1-2, 2016
Selected Works Due: Wed.,Jan. 4, Thur., Jan. 5, Fri., Jan. 6, 2017

Photowork is an annual exhibition of contemporary photographs curated from photographers throughout the United States and jurored by leading curators, critics, and processionals in the field. Barrett is proud to welcome Name, Name, Name, and Name as this year's panelists. The theme of the show is reinvention, wherein artists provide a juxtaposition of traditional styles and cutting-edge practices in dynamic imagery. The show celebrates photography's role as fine art and prescient social commentary. Winners in the past have spanned the gamut of photographic output from small to large format cameras, pinhole cameras, silver gelatin prints, pigment prints, chromogenic prints, and everything in between. Cash prizes are awarded.

SUBMITTING ENTRIES:

Care should be taken that images are accurate representations of your work. Accepted work that does not reasonably resemble the image/quality of work that was juried into the exhibition may be refused. No substitutions of work will be allowed.
Work previously exhibited at DCAA/Barrett Art Center is not eligible. Submitted work must have been completed within the last four years. Student projects are not eligible.
Entry fee is non-refundable. For members of DCAA/BAC, it is $30 for the first three images plus $5 for each additional image. For non-members of DCAA/BAC, it is $40 for the first three images plus $5 for each additional image. Members, please email us at info@barrettartcenter.org or call us at 845-471-2550 for coupon code.
SIZE RESTRICTIONS: Submitted entries should be no larger than 36 inches on the longest dimension.
If selected, instructions for submission of artwork will be forwarded to the entrant.
Accepted artwork must be properly mounted, framed and ready to hang.
AWARDS
Recipients of cash awards will be determined by the juror and announced at the Opening Reception. Artists need not be present.
PUBLICITY
Images of accepted works will be retained by DCAA/BAC for publicity and documentation purposes.
For more information, contact our office, at info@barrettartcenter.org, or call (845) 471-2550.
COMMISSION on SALES:
For Members of Barrett Art Center, 25% commission on sale price is retained by Barrett Art Center; 75% of sale price is remitted to artist by Barrett.
For Non-Members, 40% commission on sale price is retained by Barrett Art Center; 60% of sale price is remitted to artist by Barrett.
For Membership Details, visit http://www.barrettartcenter.org/become-a-member/

ABOUT OUR JURORS:  

Isaac Diggs is a photographer and educator. A native of Cleveland, OH, Diggs received his B.A. in English Literature at Columbia University and his M.F.A. in photography from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College. He has received support from the Asian Cultural Council, the Center for Photography at Woodstock, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and the Puffin Foundation.

His work, which is rooted in a committed exploration of the everyday, has been exhibited in the United States and Japan, and is a part of the collections of the New York Public Library, the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, and the Walker Art Center, among others. Diggs has taught at the School of Visual Arts since 2000.

Rebecca Morse is Associate Curator in the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art where she recently curated Larry Sultan: Here and Home. She was previously Associate Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) where she organized Amanda Ross Ho: Teeny Tiny Woman, Cai Guo-Qiang: Ladder to the SkyRodarte: States of MatterThe Artist’s Museum, and Florian Maier-Aichen. She has written about the evolving relationship between photography and sculpture, contemporary photography and the hotel, and photography’s changing role in contemporary art beginning in the 1980s. 

Robert Stevens is a professor of photographic history and senior thesis at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. 
For over twenty years he was foreign photo editor for Time Magazine where he was named Photography Editor of the Year. While there he edited the photographs of James Nachtwey, Christopher Morris, Susan Meiselas, Alexandra Avakian, Alexandra Boulat, Anthony Suau and other international recognized photographers.
He is the author of a book of his own photographs titled Unintentional (2016). He was also editor of a monograph on the French photographer, Yvon, and his images of the 1920s, titled: Yvon’s Paris
He has written about photography for the French magazine Paris Photo as well as other photography publications. 
He has participated in photography conferences in the United States and world wide including Sao Paulo, Moscow, Paris, Berlin, Dresden, London, Edinburgh, Tokyo, and Bursa, Turkey. 
He is presently photographing on the streets of Paris, France for an upcoming book titled Paris en Flanant as well as a book of photographs about New York City titled Street Crimes.


 
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