open call 2023

FE 2022, mostra di Simona Ghizzoni, foto di Matteo Losurdo

FE 2022, mostra di Simona Ghizzoni, foto di Matteo Losurdo

Do you have a photography project that is in keeping with the theme of Fotografia Europea 2023? Join our call!

The call for Fotografia Europea 2023 is open now, so you can take part in this year’s Festival, called Europe matters, due to take place in Reggio Emilia from 28th April to 11th June 2023.

The Open Call is possible thanks to the support of  Iren, a special sponsor of the festival, which supports the search for new talents and new perspectives on contemporary reality.

 

WHO CAN TAKE PART

 

Any photographer, curator or European (or Europe-based) collective of any age, with a project that explores this year’s theme from a creative and unusual perspective.

 

The deadline to submit your entry is 16th January 2023 at 11.00 am CEST. All entries will be assessed by the members of the artistic committee of the Festival.

Why participate

 

The selected artists will receive a fee of 3,000 € for the concept and production of the exhibition that will become part of the festival programme (for details see Terms and Conditions).

How to join

 

 pay the 25€ entry fee by PayPal




 

 download the notice with technical information

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

  download and fill in the application form

 

APPLICATION FORM

 

  Send 5 to 10 pictures, the application form and the PayPal receipt via Wetransfer (don’t send a link) to call@fotografiaeuropea.it

Deadline: 16th January 2023 at 11.00 am CEST

Info: +39 0522 444427 – call@fotografiaeuropea.it

Born in 2015 to give the possibility to deal with an international festival, our Call is now a consolidated appointment.

 

It’s an opportunity to increase visibility in Italy and not only: after Fotografia Europea exhibition, many artists have received important awards also abroad.

 

The Festival has always supported the public call and has always been committed to enhancing the winning projects with site-specific research, experimenting together with the artist.