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Deadline: October 2, 2011
Winner is: Judged
Entry: Paid Entry
Entry Fee: $35


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Nude Photo Contest

Print Theme: The 21st Century Nude in Photography re:nude sources the twenty-first century human body. A body in question, in transition, peril. A body affected by societal de/re-construction via advertising (subliminal, false and otherwise), economic decline and the vestiges (and restraints) of self worth.

This exploration of face value is splintered by reference, scrutiny, wonderment and varying abilities.

re:nude takes a second look at what lies beyond the evocatively thin surface.

Juror: TJ Norris

Norris is a critically lauded multidisciplinary artist, independent curator and writer living in the Northwest. In the past Norris has curated original exhibitions for: the Smithsonian, SUNY/Binghamton Art Museum, Boise State Visual Arts Center, Tufts University/Aidekman Arts Center, Linfield College Art Gallery, Milepost 5 and many others. He has also sat on the Board for the Beaverton Art Commission and Newspace Center for Photography where he was at the helm of their 2008 Annual Juried Exhibition. His own work has been shown internationally and is included in several public and private collections. He studied with internationally lauded photographers Abelardo Morell and Laura McPhee. Norris has participated as a reviewer for Photolucida’s Critical Mass and Portfolio Reviews. Over the years he has written for ARTnews, MIT Press/Leonardo Magazine, Resident Advisor, Oregonlive.com, Grooves Magazine, Paris Transatlantic, Signal to Noise and many others. Currently Norris is at work on a new series ‘No Sign’ which he hopes to tour and publish in the near future.

 

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Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: Work Exhibited ELIGIBILITY: Open to all photographers. Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: All rights to the photographs remain with the photographer. USAGE RIGHTS: Exhibition prints will be kept in a flat file after the show for future sale and promotion for the photographer, unless the photographer makes other arrangements. This will allow the gallery to further promote our photographers and exhibitions to collectors, curators, critics and to the general public

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