Guatemalan Festival call for entries

GuatePhoto 2012, the international photography festival in Guatemala, has an open call to photographers worldwide. Closing date Friday 31 August. There is a submission fee of US$20 per portfolio submitted.

Submissions will be judged by a panel including the famous Guatemalan photographer, Luis Gonzalez Palma along with Clara de Tezanos and Juan José Estrada the co-founders of La Fototeca. 15 portfolios will be selected for exhibition at the festival. All printing and display costs are covered by the festival. A winning portfolio is selected from the final 15 and the photographer will receive US$3,000 in cash, a solo exhibition in La Fototeca’s new gallery space, an all-expenses paid trip to Guatemala to attend the inauguration of the festival and a seven page spread published in RARA magazine.

The International Photography Festival GuatePhoto was established in 2010 by the contemporary photo centre La Fototeca to provide an opportunity to exchange views on photography and to promote talent in an international context. As such, it is an open platform for artists, curators, collectors, enthusiasts and photo promoters. Importantly, GuatePhoto accepts and celebrates photography in all its forms including works created digitally and through computer manipulation, and welcomes submissions from emerging artists.

The 2012 edition runs from 7 to 25 November.

More information on GuatePhoto here…


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