SHADOW STORIES: the art of Mobile black & white

The Mobile Photography Awards is pleased to announce an open call for entries for photographers and artists worldwide to submit Black & White photographs and images created on mobile devices (phone and tablet) for Shadow Stories: The Art of Mobile Black & White. The exhibit will have a digital premiere at the SOHO Arthouse in New York in May, 2014 and a print exhibit follows for a three week run at the Holcim Gallery near Toronto from June 9-28, 2014. If you already have an MPA account please sign-in or register and enter with a new account right here

The exhibit will feature between 25-30 images, as chosen by our jury, and will accompany the 3rd Annual MPA winners presentation at the Holcim Gallery.

We welcome all genres and styles of black and white mobile photography: from straight photography to the more painterly and illustrative. We want to feature the finest black and white (and duotone) images made on mobile devices.

Entry Deadline and Fees

The call for submissions is open for just under three weeks – from April 3rd through April 24th, 2014. Images accepted into the exhibit will be announced the week of May 10th, 2014. Submission fees are in US Currency and are $15 for 1 image, $30 for 3 images, $50 for 6 images and $100 for 15. You may purchase as many blocks of entries as you like. Further information on the entry process and terms of entry are available on our FAQ.

About Soho Arthouse

Named as one of the best contemporary art galleries in NYC, SOHO ARTHOUSE is a multi-purpose event space, art gallery and theater. Centrally located in an iconic NYC neighborhood, the gallery is the “heartchild” of John Ordover, son of the late lawyer Jerry Ordover, a leading figure in the Modern Art community. Jerry’s clients over the years included artists such as Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella, Richard Serra, Nam Jun Paik and preeminent gallery owner Leo Castelli. “Growing up around the brilliant, spontaneous and off-beat crowd my father introduced me to,” Ordover said, “that creative energy drove my work as a writer and editor; opening a gallery is simply coming full circle.”

About the Holcim Gallery

A beautiful gallery space with clean lines and multiple viewing angles, the Holcim Gallery is inspired by the surrounding natural wonder of the Niagara Escarpment. Housed in the remarkable new Milton Centre for the Arts building near Toronto, the gallery draws crowds from the theatre, workshops and regional library as part of the arts complex. It has become a must visit space for arts patrons from the greater Toronto area. The MPA is thrilled to have been invited back following the success of our 2013 exhibits.

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