CALL FOR ENTRIES:
2018 ANNUAL JURIED EXHIBITION
JURORS: SEAN MCFARLAND AND COREY KELLER

  Image courtesy of Sean McFarland

Image courtesy of Sean McFarland

SF Camerawork invites photographers to submit work to our Annual Juried Exhibition. This year, our esteemed jurors Sean McFarland and Corey Keller will review all forms of photography ranging from traditional to experimental, including portraiture, landscape, street photography, documentary, conceptual, and beyond. Selected artists will have their work exhibited at SF Camerawork (July 19 - August 25, 2018) and will be featured in an article on LensCulture.com

Use the link below to submit 5 - 10 images that represent your work or are part of a thematic portfolio. You will be asked to include a brief statement and your resume/CV. 

Our applications system is hosted by LensCulture. Participants will be asked to sign in or create a free account before being able to apply. It is a quick and easy process and ensures that we have your contact information. Submission guidelines can be found below.

JURORS:

SEAN MCFARLAND, PHOTOGRAPHER AND EDUCATOR, SFSU
Photographer Sean McFarland works with a variety of photographic forms to explore the complex and often fraught relationship between photography and the American West and the ways in which our experiences of the landscape are mediated. Sean was the recipient of the 2017 SECA Art Award from SFMOMA, 2005 Phelan Art Award in Photography, 2009 Baum Award for an Emerging American Photographer, 2009 John Guttmann Photography Fellowship and a 2011 Eureka Fellowship. His work is the collections at the National Gallery in Washington DC, SFMOMA, George Eastman Museum, Milwaukee Art Museum, Oakland Museum, Berkeley Art Museum and the Whitney Museum of American Art Library. He is represented by Casemore Kirkeby Gallery, San Francisco.

COREY KELLER, CURATOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY, SFMOMA
Corey Keller is Curator of Photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, where she has organized a number of major exhibitions, including  Brought to Life: Photography and the Invisible, Francesca Woodman, and About Time. In addition to authoring several SFMOMA publications, Keller has contributed essays on Eadweard Muybridge, Carleton Watkins, and Jay DeFeo.  Previously, Keller held curatorial positions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. She received her MA in Art History from Stanford, and holds a BA in American Studies from Yale.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

ENTRY DEADLINE:
May 11, 2018, 11:59 PST

NOTIFICATION:
June 1, 2018

EXHIBITION DATES:
July 19 - August 25, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 19, 2018, 6 - 8 PM

ALL ENTRANTS RECEIVE:
1-year SF Camerawork membership
Optional free submission review by LensCulture

ENTRY FEE:
$50 Entry Fee includes 1 - year SF Camerawork Membership
* Current memberships will be extended one year upon entry

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
Up to 10 images may be submitted
Submission must include a CV and a brief statement
Detailed guidelines available at the submission link below
Selected work must be delivered to SF Camerawork ready to hang/install June 22, 2018
Submission Link:https://www.lensculture.com/competitions/sf-camerawork-2018/events

FOR QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR SUBMISSION:
Please contact the gallery.
info@sfcamerawork.org
(415) 487 - 1011

To view finalists from previous years, click here