Winter 2021 Open Call for New Photographic Work

Winter 2021 Open Call for New Photographic Work

This Deadline Expired: Thursday, December 31, 2020

In the In-Between is seeking project submissions their Winter 2021 editorial cycle.

This is an open call for new, innovative, and critical approaches to photographic authorship. They value and promote a diverse and inclusive range of photographic voices that engage deeply with the important social, cultural, and political issues of our time.

All submissions are considered for portfolio features interviews, and special projects. Accepted artists are published on the website and included in their quarterly newsletter, send to an international audience of curators, gallerists, publishers, and the contemporary photography field at-large.

In the In-Between requests a $10 submission fee, which helps to offset administrative costs and supports future programming.

Learn more and submit here

Works on paper using Iranian calligraphy techniques.
Nazanin Moghbeli
Nazanin Moghbeli

Works on paper using Iranian calligraphy techniques.…

Works on paper using Iranian calligraphy techniques.…

Works on paper using Iranian calligraphy techniques.…

Serena Saunders (MsPassionArt)
Serena Saunders (MsPassionArt)
Orlando Saverino-Loeb is a Philadelphia born artist who works primarily in paint. His works change and unfold based on the viewers own experiences and emotions.
Orlando Saverino-Loeb
Orlando Saverino-Loeb

Orlando Saverino-Loeb is a Philadelphia born artist who works primarily in paint. His works change and unfold based on the…

Orlando Saverino-Loeb is a Philadelphia born artist who works primarily in paint. His works change and unfold based on the viewers own experiences and emotions.…

Orlando Saverino-Loeb is a Philadelphia born artist who works primarily in paint. His works change and unfold based on the viewers own experiences and emotions.…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure in combination with images borrowed from art history and other popular cultural sources, Borgen has developed a hybrid visual language which he uses in his digital prints and wall installations to make comment on topics ranging from historical, formal strategies of artmaking to issues within the current political and social discourse.
Matthew Borgen
Matthew Borgen

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure in combination…

Kevin Hetzel
Kevin Hetzel
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