LAGOSPHOTO FESTIVAL 2015 (@LagosPhotoFest) : TALENT CALL

LagosPhoto Festival is the first and only International Photography Festival in Nigeria. LagosPhoto is on the lookout for photographers working in Africa and from the African Diaspora telling unique and interesting stories.

  • send  5 low res images (preferably from one project), project synopsis, your CV+ bio + date of birth to: outreach@lagosphotofestival.com The subject line: Talent Call_your name
  • Submission policy: Due to the high volume of submissions, they  will contact you if they are interested in working with you. They are interested in all genres of photography. Get in touch!

For more info, visit their site at http://www.lagosphotofestival.com/news/article/lagosphoto-talent-call-2015

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ABOUT LAGOSPHOTO
Launched in 2010, LagosPhoto is the first and only international arts festival of photography in Nigeria. In a month long festival, events include exhibitions, workshops, artist presentations, discussions and large scale outdoor prints displayed throughout the city with the aim of reclaiming public spaces and engaging the general public with multifaceted stories of Africa. LagosPhoto aims to establish a community for contemporary photography which will unite local and international artists through images that encapsulate individual experiences and identities from across all of Africa. LagosPhoto presents and educates about photography as it is embodied in the exploration of historical and contemporary issues, the sharing of cultural practices, and the promotion of social programmes.

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HAABRE, THE LAST GENERATION- “Hââbré is the same word for writing/scarification” in Kô language from Burkina faso. Scarification is the practice of performing a superficial incision in the human skin. This practice is disappearing due to the pressure of religious and state authorities, urban practices and the introduction of clothing in tribes.” © Joana Choumali.

Beautifully Dreaming…. Positively Doing…

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