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Even the most mundane of human activities leaves evidence of its existence. Old letters and shopping lists, a once-loved stuffed animal left on the swing set, fragments of an old wedding dress, traces of writing on a long-since erased chalk board, all speak of the passage of time. Larger human activities leave boarded-up storefronts, crumbling infrastructure and repurposed structures. No matter the scale, they all leave a nostalgic hint of irretrievable past and, ultimately, of our mortality.

For this exhibition, we seek images that hint of humans come and gone by the evidence left behind.

We are very pleased that Jeff Curto will be jurying and curating this exhibition. He will select approximately 35 images for exhibition in the gallery, and 40 for our Online Gallery. All 75 selected images will be reproduced in the exhibition print catalog and remain permanently on our website, with links to photographer’s URL.

Fees:

Paid

Prizes:

Exhibition with distinctions of Juror's Award, Director's Award, and Honorable Mention.

Eligibility:

All photographers 18 years of age and up

Copyrights & Usage Rights:

You retain all rights to your work. Our mission is to promote photographers and photography in general; we will never exploit your work or use it without your permission. Should your work be accepted by the juror, you grant PhotoPlace Gallery the specific right to reproduce your image in the exhibition catalog, on the PhotoPlace Gallery website*, on social media, and, where appropriate, to help promote other PhotoPlace Gallery exhibitions. We will always credit you and your copyright wherever feasible. We will use your image for no other purpose whatsoever without your specific permission.

*We may use your juror-accepted images as website thumbnails or banner-style images for exhibits in addition to the "Exhibition" and "Online" galleries. If we do, we often must crop images to suit the allotted space/proportions. You may opt out of that use if you'd like.

Theme:

Black and White Conceptual Culture Fine Art Landscape Nature People