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Call for Submissions: The Fence 2014

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After last year’s successful collaboration with Boston’s Flash Forward Festival, this year The Fence, the unique, site-specific and outdoor photographic exhibition brought to you by the fine folks at United Photo Industries, expands to a third location, Atlanta, teaming up with Atlanta Celebrates Photography. This year photographers from around the world have the opportunity to submit work to be considered for all three exhibition locations—NYC, Boston, and Atlanta—all through one submission.

Photographers are invited to submit their best image series that captures the essence of ‘community,’ exploring one or more of these categories: home, people, streets, creatures, or play. Work will be reviewed by an internationally renowned jury of over 30 photography professionals from all corners of the art world.

With an expected audience of over 1.5 million people, The Fence provides unprecedented visibility and opportunities for photographers, so don’t miss out—submit here.

Top 15 Things to Do and See at Photoville 2013

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Photoville, the pop-up photo destination like no other, kicks off this week and there is no shortage of things to do and see—we’re talking 47 exhibitions and installations, 51 talks and workshops, and 7 nighttime events. Now in its second year and brought to you by United Photo Industries, Photoville opens its gates this Thursday, September 19 and runs through Sunday, September 29. We decided to compile a list of our top 15 exhibitions, panels, and events at this year’s festival.

Photoville, Brooklyn Presents a Stellar Lineup of Photo Exhibitions, Panels and Workshops

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Photoville 2013 is just around the corner. Now in its second year and presented by the good folks at United Photo Industries, Photoville is a Brooklyn-based pop up photo destination built from freight containers-turned-exhibition spaces. Occupying more than 60,000 sq. feet in the heart of Brooklyn Bridge Park, in its first year Photoville was located on the uplands of Pier 3, along the Brooklyn Waterfront and attracted close to 40,000 visitors over 2 long weekends.

Call for Submissions: ‘Adventures Across the Seven Seas’ Multimedia Presentation

Aline SmithsonPhoto: Aline Smithson

United Photo Industries (UPI) is currently accepting submissions for Adventures Across the Seven Seas: a curated multimedia presentation of diverse photographic images that explore humanity’s deep relationship to water—traveling a world connected, dominated, and defined by water.

Tokyo International Photography Competition Call for Submissions

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Photographers living or working in the USA and Japan are invited to submit their work to be considered in the Tokyo International Photography Competition (TIPC). Presented by Tokyo Institute of Photography (TIP) and Brooklyn-born United Photo Industries (UPI), the competition was created to provide an opportunity for American and Japanese photographers to present their artistic visions beyond their country’s borders, opening up the possibilities for cross-pollination and cross-border collaborations. TIPC is the first step of a three-year plan to launch an international photography festival in Tokyo, starting in 2015.

Tintype Portraits of Active Duty Military and Veterans During War and Peace

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Call for Submissions: THE FENCE at Photoville

Stefan FalkePhoto: Stefan Falke

Don’t miss out on the call for submissions for THE FENCE 2013, the 1000-foot long photographic installation that drew over 1 million visitors during its 10 week run at Brooklyn Bridge Park in 2012. This year the great folks behind PhotovilleUnited Photo Industries, Photo District News (PDN), and Brooklyn Bridge Park welcome their newest partner, Flash Forward Festival to curate and produce the annual summer-long outdoor photo exhibition.

Anew: a Photo Exhibition that Explores Seeing Beauty in Everyday Objects

Christopher-JonassenPhoto: Christopher Jonassen

I am thrilled to have teamed up with United Photo Industries to curate Anew, a group exhibition featuring nine photographers who unearth beauty in the seemingly irrelevant, everyday objects that most people disregard, revealing that unnoticed and banal items can sometimes be quite magical.

International Call for Submissions: ‘Anew’ Group Show at United Photo Industries, Brooklyn

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ANEW
A GROUP SHOW
CURATED BY ALISON ZAVOS
PRESENTED & PRODUCED BY UNITED PHOTO INDUSTRIES