GOMMA PHOTOGRAPHY GRANT 2019

GOMMA PHOTOGRAPHY GRANT 2019

This Deadline Expired: Monday, November 4, 2019

Opens 15 May 2019 
Early Bird Deadline: Saturday 31 August 2019
Final Deadline: Monday 04 November 2019
Shortlisted announcement: 25 Jan 2020 
Winners announcement: 20 Feb 2020

Now in its sixth year, Gomma Photography Grant is a grant contest tailored to fund photographers, both emerging and established, working among various genre. Gomma Grant is structured so to award undetected photographers from around the world. 

Gomma Grant has quickly obtained a reputation of being ethical and quality-focused, with an eye to spot fresh talents. Winners and shortlisted photographers of this Grant are continuously supported and published throughout the world thanks to the wide network that Gomma has been able to gain during all these years.

Gomma Grant is open to everyone. Any medium, black & white or colour, analogue or digital. What we are looking for is consistency, personality and courage. 

Photographers that have been recognized through the Gomma Grant are known to have evolved their career to a higher level, both professionally and artistically.

“Few photo contests dare to award unsigned photographers. Gomma Grant does it!” Luca Desienna, Gomma’s founder.

Established in 2004, Gomma has vowed to be a platform dedicated to photographers, a fresh, new space, unconditioned by trends and politics. A publishing company that allows established photographers to be represented and unknown artists to be noticed.

Gomma Books Ltd is a bijou publishing house committed to producing exclusive, highly qualitative photography books. Since its establishment in 2004, it has always had an out-of-the-box approach in contrast to conventional publishing. 

Gomma Grant 2019 Jury:
Brigitte Schaller Art Director — LFI Leica Fotografie International
JH Engstrom and Margot Wallard – Atelier Smedsby 
Marigold Warner – British Journal of Photography. 
Sandrine Hermand-Grisel – Founder of all-about-photo.com
Joao Linneu – Founder and Curator of VOID. 
Luca Desienna – Founder of Gomma.

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