NEW EAST PHOTO PRIZE CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY FROM EASTERN EUROPE, THE BALKANS, RUSSIA, AND CENTRAL ASIA
The prize seeks to broaden perceptions of the New East through the medium of photography. In its two previous editions, the prize has received over 1,700 entries from 25 countries.
New East Photo Prize
The New East Photo Prize celebrates contemporary photography from Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Russia and Central Asia.
The New East Photo Prize champions artistic excellence in photography. The prize recognises practitioners offering representations of the social, cultural and physical landscape of the New East and other perspectives on that region.
Although hugely diverse, the countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union are often represented in an outdated manner which negates the rich culture and variety of creative output from these nations.
The prize seeks to broaden perceptions of the New East through the medium of photography. In its two previous editions, the prize has received over 1,700 entries from 25 New East countries.
Alongside the prizes, all finalists for the prize will enjoy international exposure through The Calvert Journal and other media partners. The New East Photo Prize is a project of Calvert 22 Foundation, supported by its online award-winning magazine, The Calvert Journal.
Deadline extended until 20 September 2020.
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Alongside the opportunity to have work featured online on The Calvert journal and partner publications, gaining international exposure as well as feedback from industry experts, the winner of the New East Photo Prize will be offered a cash prize of £1,000 to help develop a body of work further.
In order to support emerging photographers, this prize will give the recipient a £500 voucher to spend at a retailer of their choice.