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photo-eye Gallery photo-eye Gallery Call for Entries – F R A C T U R E D photo-eye is excited to announce F R A C T U R E D, our first ever open call for art, in celebration of our 40 year anniversary.
Announcing:
F R A C T U R E D
photo-eye Gallery's 2020 Juried Exhibition

Above Image: Christopher Colville, Citizen 13 [cropped], from the series Beyond Reckoning


photo-eye in Santa Fe, New Mexico is celebrating 40 years with our first-ever Open Call. Our gallery seeks photographic submissions for F R A C T U R E D, a juried exhibition to take place in our physical gallery and online.

We invite the submission of photographic works exploring the concept of “fractured.” Artists are encouraged to be creative in their interpretation of the theme. Photographic works” may include any light-based images, or works created using any photographic process or materials.

Today, our world can seem divided in a multitude of ways. Between debates over the climate emergency, corporations literally breaking our earth with fracking, families split at national borders, and our divided political systems, societal unity and harmony feel like a distant hope. Even on a personal level, humans have the capacity to feel fissured, split, and incomplete in our thoughts and emotions. Shifts in perspective, breaks from tradition, and experiences of loss can all encompass the idea of the fracture. This concept can have both positive and negative connotations. However, acknowledging that something is broken is the first step in working toward healing. How can art be a platform for expressing, and ultimately bridging these personal and social divides? What role does the photographer play in observing, documenting, and healing the fractured landscapes around and within us all? This exhibition will be juried by the photo-eye Gallery staff. The gallery is looking for new work, and submissions to the open call are also considered for future representation.

Submitted photographs may come from photojournalistic or documentary projects, commercial assignments, as well as photographs made as expressive artworks.


Cig Harvey's Gardening at Night installed at photo-eye Gallery

Jurors: photo-eye Gallery Staff, including:

Rixon Reed, Founder & Director
Anne Kelly, Gallery Director
Alexandra Jo, Gallery Assistant
Lucas Shaffer, Artist Relationships
Vicki Bohannon, Preparator


Overview:
Fractured is an international call for entries open to all artists making photographic work that has not been previously exhibited by photo-eye or has appeared on our website. Fractured is a physical exhibition to be installed at photo-eye Gallery, 541 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, MN, 87501 with digital representation online at photoeye.com/gallery.

Fee for Entry:
Fractured requires a $35 non-refundable application fee that permits 3 submissions. Additional submissions cost $5 each, with a maximum of 20 submissions per application. Applications will be evaluated and accepted on a per-artwork basis, not on a per-project or per-artist basis.

Application Process:
Applications are only being accepted online through CaFÉ. Applicants are responsible for monitoring their CaFÉ account for updates regarding application status and jury results. A valid email address must be provided through CaFÉ for correspondence. Notifications regarding the Jury’s decisions will be sent on Monday, January 20, 2020.

Open Call & Exhibition Timeline:

  • Entry Deadline: January 12, 2020
  • Notification of Results: January 20, 2020 (by email and posted to CaFÉ accounts)
  • Artwork Received at photo-eye Gallery: February 14– 20, 2020
  • Exhibition Opening: Friday, February 28, 2020
  • Artwork returned the first week of June



For more information about Fractured and the Call for Entries,
please contact photo-eye Gallery Staff:
(505) 988-5152 x 202 or gallery@photoeye.com

photo-eye Gallery
541 South Guadalupe Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
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