Uncertain States

Website: http://www.uncertainstates.com/open-call-2016/

Uncertain States invites new submissions via Open Call 2016. The work is curated by a panel of selectors and exhibited at Arts Pavilion Mile End, London. Each judge will select their own best of show and offer the reasons why the work has inspired them. The selected work will also be published in issue 27 of Uncertain States broadsheet which is distributed nationally. The call is open to anyone who is a practising photographer or lens-based artist residing in the UK. There is a £20 application fee for the first three images submitted or £25 for up to the maximum of 5  submitted images.

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Expires: July 14, 2016


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