Fondation des Treilles Photography Prize

Website: http://www.les-treilles.com/activities-2/prizes/photography-prize-of-the-fondation-des-treilles/

The Photography Prize of the Fondation des Treilles provides the means for the production and the promotion of photographic works related to the Mediterranean world. The prize is open to all professional photographers with neither age limit nor nationality considerations. Photographers must have already published or exhibited their work. The subject of their project can be anything from landscape to architecture, social or archeological photography, as long as it is closely related to the Mediterranean world. The prize is a residency of 2-8 months with an allowance of 2650 Euros per month. Accommodation at the Foundation’s estate in Tourtour, France and meals are provided.

0

Expires: October 2, 2016


Similar Opportunities

1st October 2020

ING Discerning Eye 2020

The ING Discerning Eye is calling for entries for a brand-new edition in 2020. The show gives artists the opportunity to showcase their work in a unique virtual exhibition and win a range of prizes, i… Continue Reading ING Discerning Eye 2020

15th October 2020

3 x 1-month Residential Studio Residencies for BNC Alumni with British School at Rome

New Contemporaries, in partnership with British School at Rome, are offering three, one-month residential studio residency opportunities open to artists working in all media. The opportunity is open t… Continue Reading 3 x 1-month Residential Studio Residencies for BNC Alumni with British School at Rome

30th October 2020

Barbican Arts Group Trust’s ArtWorks Open 2020

Submissions are now open for Barbican Arts Group Trust’s ArtWorks Open 2020 prize-winning show selected by Alex Schady & Michelle Williams-Gamaker. There are several prizes for selected exhibiting… Continue Reading Barbican Arts Group Trust’s ArtWorks Open 2020


Related articles / resources


Featured project

Peer Mentoring workshop at the ICA

Z-Crits

Z-Crits is a project that seeks to support artists during lock down by providing an online space for them to connect, share work and reflect on the challenges of working at the current time. The next… Continue Reading Z-Crits

Read more


Comments