Photography Contest

National Competition 2020

Deadline |

CLOSED

Theme |

Open

Territory |

North America

Eligibility |

US Resident 18 +

Entry Fees |

$50

Prizes |

Exhibition
The 2020 National Competition at Soho Photo Gallery is alive and well. In these difficult times, we are still excited to receive your submissions during the next weeks. Although the gallery is currently closed, winning photographs will be exhibited on the gallery's website in July. Once we reopen plans will be made for hanging the work on the walls. We can't wait to see your work!
The gallery, located in lower Manhattan, is New York City's longest-running co-operative photography gallery. All photo-based works are eligible with no limitation as to subject matter or technique.
Soho Photo Gallery is pleased to announce its 25th National Competition. The gallery, located in lower Manhattan, is New York City's longest-running co-operative photography gallery. All photo-based works are eligible, with no limitation as to subject matter or technique. All selected photographs will be exhibited online from June 29 - July 18, 2020. The gallery show dates will be determined when we reopen.
About the Competition
The juror, Kris Graves, will choose approximately 40 photographs for the exhibition. Cash prizes for first, second and third place winners will be awarded and up to four honorable mentions. The chosen photographers, as well as the award winners, will be notified by email on or about June 10, 2020. The juror's selections will also be posted on the Soho Photo website.
Juror Kris Graves is a photographer and publisher based in New York and London. His publishing company, KGP Books, focuses on contemporary photography and works on paper, publishing stories that empower the underrepresented, dealing with issues of race, policy, social awareness, feminism, culture, and wealth. Kris received his BFA in Visual Arts from SUNY Purchase and has been published and exhibited globally, including the National Portrait Gallery in London, Aperture Gallery, New York, University of Arizona, Tucson and the Brooklyn Museum.