20/20 Photo Festival: History Informs the Contemporary
This Deadline Expired: Sunday, July 11, 2021
Show Dates: September 3 – 30, 2021
20/20 Photo Festival is a month-long celebration of photography in all of its forms. Organized by local Philadelphia photographers and photography organizations, and centered around the theme “history informs the contemporary,” the festival will bring together a wide range of perspectives from emerging and established photographers from Philadelphia and beyond.
We enthusiastically invite photographers from around the world to submit work to be considered for the 20/20 Photo Festival group exhibition as a means to share their work with others and connect with like-minded artists. Any artist whose work relates to the theme “history informs the contemporary” is invited to submit photographic artwork to be considered.
Selected works will be included in an exhibition held at Wanderlife Gallery in Philadelphia and published in a printed catalog to accompany the exhibition. All selected artists will receive a copy of the catalog, with additional copies available for sale.
Learn more and apply here!
ABOUT THE JUROR:
Cynthia Rivera is an artist and photographer who has been the Exhibition Coordinator at the Bronx Documentary Center (BDC) since 2016. Rivera graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a BFA in Photography and a minor in art history. In her personal work, she handmakes photo/art books, specializing in works with family and social justice themes.
In her capacity of Exhibition Coordinator at the BDC, Rivera has been involved in the design and production of several significant exhibitions – including Not Forgotten: An Arkansas Family Album, New Documents, Spanish Harlem: El Barrio In The 80’s, Journeys: Immigration Stories, Flint Is A Place, Attacks On The Press: Mexico, War And Peace In Liberia, and the most recent Trump Revolution online series – as well as the NYC’s first Latin American Foto Festival.
The Bronx Documentary Center is a non-profit gallery and educational space that uses community-based documentary practice and education to explore vital issues, stimulate critical thought, and drive social change.