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THE WORLD – Faces. Places. Spaces | Second Edition

Calls | November 13, 2014 |

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THE WORLD – Faces. Places. Spaces | Second Edition
Submission deadline: November 14th, 2014

It’s LIQUID Group is proud to launch the second edition of its International Photography Award: THE WORLD.

FREE submission and participation

Jurors’ vote:
It’s LIQUID Team will select the winning work which will be showcased during the next International ArtExpo’s exhibition in Venice (Italy) in June 2015. An interview about the winner will be published on It’s LIQUID website.
Public Vote:
1st place: the winning work selected by public vote will be showcased during the next International ArtExpo’s exhibition in Buenos Aires (Argentina) in March 2015. An interview about the winner will be published on It’s LIQUID website.
2nd place: an interview about the winner and his/her work will be published on It’s LIQUID website.

All photographers are invited to participate FOR FREE!

THE WORLD – Faces. Places. Spaces” offers a vast field of possibilities for photographers to explore: from simple and every-day subjects related to city-life and people, to complex hybrids of identities, cultures and places as results of our contemporary WORLD.

To take part in the award send a maximum of 10 photos (1 HD image of each of your works), along with work’s title, photographer’s name/surname, e-mail address and website (if you have one) to

Submission deadline: November 14th, 2014

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It’s LIQUID will SELECT all works received (following the criteria of quality of the work) and will publish the selected ones on its official Facebook page on November 17th 2014 in order to be voted!

As soon as the photos are uploaded on It’s LIQUID Group Facebook page, follow these steps to win the Contest:
1. like It’s LIQUID Group Facebook page
2. share your photo (from our Facebook page album) on your profile
3. invite your friends to like It’s LIQUID Group Facebook page and to like your image

Photographers with the greater number of “like” will be the winners. Winning artworks need to reach a minimum of 500 likes.

Public vote will close on November 24th, 2014.
Winners will be announced on November 27th, 2014.

Good luck and make sure you and your fans complete all the steps. We will check if the winners and his/her fans followed all the steps. The organization has the right to moderate and confirm the final public vote score.

For more information write to

Are you an artist, architect, designer? Would you like to be featured on ITSLIQUID platform? Send an e-mail to or fill the form below


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