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Time
A curated international photography exhibition
November 17 – December 10, 2022
 
Time Lapse
Radici No. 5
Corner
Yesterday. Magritte Home
Making Alcoholic Beverage Tuica No. 1
Making Alcoholic Beverage Tuica No. 2
Entrance into Contemplation
Remmants from Life
Rizoma
We are the ancients
Wanderer
Eight years down and a lot of ink ago: Lori 2022 vs 2014
Untitled
Untitled
Between
Era
Timeless No. 1
Timeless No. 2
Radici No. 1
Parallel Universe
Time Dancer
Nature's Cycle
Here's Looking At You
Sands of Time
There Was...
5th Nude of 19th August, 2022
Virtual – Chloé Lula
Erosion
Someone I never met
Seasons
Snow in Summer
Check
Post Pandemic Big Bang nº 1
Post Pandemic Big Bang nº 8
On a Well-Traveled Road
Reflections
L'invitation Au Voyage
Once Upon a Time 7
Cart
Wine
Cet Heurt
Time
After Master. Magritte Attic
Wildgrass March
Wildgrass May
Living Room 1
Living Room 2
Living Room 5
L'Attente
Untitled
Disseminate
Yellowstone Trees
Yellowstone Trees
An Extension of Clouds
Drawing the Light Curtains
Interruption of time
Autumn leaves
Behind the curtains
HB Humor in Death
Time Flies
No Time
Withered rose No.1
Withered rose No.2
Untitled
Untitled

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Calls for Entries

Feminine / Masculine

A curated international photography exhibition

February 9 – March 4, 2023

Portrayals of femininity and masculinity are, without doubt, central to a number of art forms, photography not being an exception. The past few decades have given rise to – often heated – discussions and criticisms of past, recent, and current photographic practices for their lack of reflection on the assumptions, stereotypes, and prejudices surrounding photographic approaches to femininity and masculinity. Fine art and commercial works alike have been critiqued for the potential consequences of their approach and presentation. Historically femininity and masculinity have been conceived, among others, as oppositions, as complements of each other, or as positions on a continuum. There are hardly any ways of portraying femininity and masculinity that would or could not be considered trivial, conservative, pretentious, demeaning, distasteful, clichéd or even offensive by some. It often seems that everything has been both said and photographed about this subject, and yet, it is not possible to ignore the persistence of the theme in our contemporary visual culture. What is it that we can still value and possibly revive from the rich history of photography; are there any novel ways left to approach this subject with a fresh critical eye?

 

PH21 Gallery invites photographers to submit their work for a group exhibition themed Feminine / Masculine. We are looking for submissions from all photographers who are interested in this subject and would like to share their work with a wider international audience through the exposure of PH21 Gallery. The theme is broadly construed, as the photographic portrayal of femininity and masculinity is independent of generic or stylistic constraints. Indeed, we are interested in all possible creative photographic interpretations of the theme.

Submission deadlines:

  • Early bird deadline: December 5, 2022

  • Final deadline: December 12, 2022

Read more and submit your work here.

Upside down

A curated international photography exhibition

March 9 – April 1, 2023

While photographs are valued for their depictive potential and representative content, the non-depictive, non-representational aspects of photographic works are also strongly related to their aesthetic significance. In this spirit, art photography has always aimed for the unity of form and content. Abstract photography has gone even further, celebrating abstract compositions for their own sake, without the need for appreciating or even recognising depictive content in the images. Turning a photograph upside down tends to strip it from its representative function, because the depicted scene and objects are difficult if not impossible to recognise when the image is turned to its side or upside down. However, the formal, compositional aspects of photographs become more pronounced that way, as our attention is steered away from scene and object recognition. In our Upside down exhibition, we would like to show photographs that are indeed turned upside down. Any photograph is eligible if the artist is willing to show it in this unusual way. Abstract photographs might be considered to be the most suitable candidates for this experimental exhibiting method, but there are many depictive works as well whose compositional qualities might also be appreciated in novel ways when turning them upside down, thus liberating us from studying and concentrating on their representational content. Landscapes, bodyscapes, symmetrical compositions, or even architectural and street photography may be good candidates for turning images upside down, but images in other photographic genres may also be considered for this exhibition.

 

PH21 Gallery invites photographers to submit their work for a group exhibition themed Upside down. We are looking for submissions from all photographers who are interested in this subject and would like to share their work with a wider international audience through the exposure of PH21 Gallery. The theme is broadly construed, as this topic is independent of generic or stylistic constraints. Indeed, we are interested in all possible creative photographic interpretations of the theme. 

Submission deadlines:

  • Early bird deadline: January 2, 2023

  • Final deadline: January 9, 2023

Read more and submit your work here.

Upcoming exhibitions

Dis/harmony
A curated international photography exhibition
December 15, 2022 – January 7, 2023  

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