Festival Circulation(s): time to apply!

You want to be part of the photographers exhibited at the 2019 edition of Festival Circulation(s)? You have until September, 16th to apply!
03 September 2018   •  
Written by Lou Tsatsas
Festival Circulation(s): time to apply!

Each year, the Festival Circulation(s) dedicates his programme to the diversity of European photography. Since its creation, in 2011, 225 artists were exhibited. A true springboard for emerging talents. The festival has managed to take a special place in the European artistic movement, and has attracted a wide audience over the years.

The call for applications is open to all European photographers, or photographers residing in Europe, with no age restrictions.

How to participate ?

You simply must sign up and upload your file online, on the festival’s website.

The file must be sent in ZIP format, and contain:

  • A portfolio of 15 images (in jpeg format, 72 dpi, 800 pixels minimum). The images must be named: name_number.jpg
  • A biography of roughly 300 signs (spaces excluded), in French or English, in pdf.
  • A text about the presented series, of roughly 500 signs (spaces excluded), in French or English, in pdf.

Please, note that a fee of 25€ will be asked of you for your submission.

You have until September, 16th, midnight, to apply. The photographers will be selected by a jury who will gather at the end of October.

More information of Circulation(s)’s website.

© Guillaume Hebert

© Guillaume Hebert

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© María Moldes

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© Alessandra Calo

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© Maia Flore

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