Anybody, from anywhere, practicing any form of expression, can submit an entry entirely free of charge (Access Members can submit up to ten entries).
Photographs, moving images, digital art, musical compositions, spoken word and videos are all eligible, and the work can relate – whether directly or indirectly – to any of the significant events that have occurred in the last year.
The work should be created between 11 March 2020, when the World Health Organisation officially announced a global pandemic, and 10 March 2021: 365 days, captured in 365 artworks, by a vast and dynamic array of creators from around the world.
Izabela Radwanska Zhang – Editorial Director, British Journal of Photography
Sammie Veeler – Multidisciplinary Artist & Gallery Director, New Art City
d0n.xyz – Interdisciplinary/Internet Artist & Founder, New Art City
Nadine Wietlisbach - Director of Fotomuseum Winterthur
Bernadine Bröcker Wieder – Co-Founder & CEO, Vastari
Rhiannon Adam – Photographer
Helen Starr – Curator, and Founder, The Mechatronic Library
Rhonda Holberton – Interdisciplinary Artist
Wade Wallenstein – Founder and Director, Silicon Valet
Be part of a major virtual exhibition in collaboration with newart.city, transcending the boundaries of what is possible in the confines of physical space
Get published in a once-in-a-century collectible photobook
Your work will be part of a collection that is sold in limited editions, via an NFT auction in partnership with a major environmentally conscious (layer2, PoS) NFT platform — with winning artists sharing 70% of the net income generated
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
Each entrant will be deemed to warrant they own the entire copyright for the work or that they have permission from the licensee and/or copyright owner/s for the uses.
No copyright is transferred to the 1854 Media & British Journal of Photography in respect of any works entered or accepted.
1854 Media & British Journal of Photography reserve the right to display, reproduce and publish in any media, any entry, without payment, for the sole purpose of Portrait of Britain – this year and in future – and its promotion and publicity.