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artrom gallery – the consequence of light

Calls | January 26, 2006 |

ARTROM Gallery – The Consequence of Light

Location: via Faiti #6 – 00195 Rome, Italy
Deadline: February 28, 2006

 

Call for entries: The Consequence of Light – Black and White or Monochrome Juried Online Photography Competition. Deadline date for submissions: February 28, 2006.

For full details and on-line entry form: www.artromgallery.com

ARTROM Gallery, Rome,Italy is inviting photographers worldwide, to participate in The Consequence of Light. All photographic processes, traditional and digital, are welcome. The theme or subject matter for the Competition is open.

Photography is changing and changing fast, but the power of the black and white or monochrome photograph to transmit and express emotion remains. Today we live in a full color world, but black and white (and monochrome) is back because it’s beautiful, and feels real. Dedicated purists have never left it, and lately artists and designers are returning and rediscovering it. This International Competition is dedicated to showing the continuing validity of this mode of revealing what the artist sees from behind the lens, translated into lights and darks. The juror is the acclaimed Italian photographer Andrea Bastogi.

All photographers and artists who submit images will be presented in the on-line Exhibition – the Consequence of Light, which opens March 30, 2006 at www.artromgallery.com. This Exhibition will be heavily promoted in the media press.

Entry fee: 30 euro to submit up to 5 images, 25 euro for previously participating artists, free for AG GUILD Members.

Gallery Information: ARTROM Gallery, Rome, Italy, focuses on supporting initiatives which help promote artists and their creative research, through Competitions, Exhibitions, One Person Shows, and Membership in the ARTROM Gallery GUILD.

www.artromgallery.com
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