Fisheye x Gacilly : Call for applications

The Photo Festival La Gacilly is celebrating its 15th birthday this year. For this new edition, it reaffirms its commitment towards environmental issues with a new theme: ‘Empreinte(s)’, (French word meaning track, print, trace or fingerprint). The call for applications closes on March, 15th 2018.
15 February 2018   •  
Written by Anaïs Viand
Fisheye x Gacilly : Call for applications

For fifteen years, the Photo Festival La Gacilly has made its mission to raise awareness about environmental protection. Every year, more than 300,000 visitors wander around the village’s gardens, discovering around thirty exhibitions. In 2018, to celebrate its fifteenth birthday, the Festival reaffirms its support towards contemporary photography, and its commitment to the preservation of our environment.

Partnering with Fisheye Magazine, the Photo Festival La Gacilly invites everyone to reflect on the theme ‘Empreinte(s)’, a broad subject covering environmental issues and the ecological impact of mankind on its territory. Questionings prints, tracks and traces also means reflecting on photography as a medium, a sustainable tool.

How to participate

To apply, you must send a selection of 10 to 20 pictures to, under a single PDF file, along with the application file available here : application file La Gacilly.

Three photographers will be selected by a jury who will deliberate at the end of March. It will be composed of members of the Fisheye redaction team, Cyril Drouhet, curator, Florence Drouhet, artistic director, and a photographer sponsoring the 2018 emerging gallery.


  • Editing and preparing the exhibition at the Photo Festival La Gacilly, in the presence of the jury members, in mid-April, in Paris.
  • Invitation to the inaugural week-end, from June 1st to June 3rd : meeting with the press and several photography professionals
  • One-on-one meetings with the photographers exhibited during this 15th edition.

More information on the festival’s website.

© Manon Lanjouère

© Zhen Shi, lauréat 2017

© Teo Becher, lauréat 2017

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