Fotobild’s 6th International Fair for Art Photographers; deadline for applications for “SELLING” is July 22

I received this via email today; event dates are November 8-11 in Berlin:

FOTOBILD is an international event for art photographers providing the chance to promote and support their own work and understand the art market.

FOTOBILD “SELLING” has become the major German fair for producers of photo art. In 2006 more than 14.000 visitors attended the four day event.

International curators, gallery owners, publishers, magazine editors and art buyers from advertising agencies will be invited to meet the exhibitors and review their photographic work

“SELLING” is FOTOBILD’s innovative version of the traditional concept of art fairs:
Present, promote and sell your photographic work directly to the public (select and design your own stand).

Take advantage of this unique opportunity and participate in the portfolio viewings for free

Win a free stand for the best application, selected by the jury

The 25 participants will be selected by an international jury.

For SELLING applications, participation fees and further information please visit our website: www.fotobild-berlin.de

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Selected details from the website; visit it to learn costs and complete terms and conditions:

“CONDITIONS for SUBMISSION:
Selling programme is open to:

Professionals or amateur photographers, artists using photography, communities, organizations, galleries, agencies or schools, without any age or nationality preferences.

FOTOBILD is looking for portfolios containing personal, original bodies of work marked by a unity of thought, vision or theme. The number of submitted projects should – depending on the stand size – range from two to four projects.

The JURY for “Selling” will be:

Manuela Alexejew, Collector, Berlin
Joerg Bader, Centre de la Photographie, Genève
Bernd Fechner, Fotobild Berlin
Klaus Gennrich, stilwerk Berlin
Anna Gripp, Photonews Hamburg
Frank Kalero, Ojo de Pez, Madrid
Celina Lunsford, Fotografie Forum International
Rhonda Wilson, Rhubarb-Rhubarb Birmingham
Esther Woerdehoff, Esther Woerdehoff Gallery, Paris.”

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