Postcards from Paris ’15/’16 – photo contest
Centre Pompidou – Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine – Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain – Fondation Dubuffet – Musée du Louvre – Maison Européenne de la Photographie – Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle – Musée d’Orsay – Musée de l’air et de L’espace – Musée de l’art ludique – Musée de l’Orangerie – Musée de la Musique – Musée des Arts et Métiers – Musée Picasso Paris – Musée du Quay Branly – Palais Galliera – Palais de Tokio – Pavillon de L’arsenal, Les Arts Décoratifs …
These are just some of the countless galleries and museum – of art, science, history, fashion, and design – in Paris.
Many of them were closed for security reasons during the days which followed the November 13 attacks. We were impressed by what could appear a secondary consequence of so grievous an event, because it has made real something which was inconceivable only few months ago.
For these reasons, Inexhibit invites who has visited or will visit Paris to participate to an open contest, which purpose is to support Paris and its museums (and indirectly all places which preserve beauty and knowledge worldwide) through a simple yet effective action: to publish some photographs depicting one of the many places dedicated to art and culture in the capital of France.
The best images will be published on Inexhibit and publicized on our social media pages. The authors of the best 5 photos will also receive a certificate of merit and a cotton bag decorated with their image.
Participation in the contest is completely free.
The contest is open from December 10, 2015 through January 24, 2016.
What to send
1 photograph of a museum or cultural center in Paris, Jpg format, maximum size 1MB
Your data: name, family name, address, city, country
Your portrait image (optional)
Subject and, possibly, date of the photo
HOW TO ENTER
Please, send your material by e-mail at email@example.com
Participation is free-of-charge.
Selection and publication of the images
The best images (*) will be published on Inexhibit in a specific section, together with all credits to the author
All images approved and published can be rated by the Inexhibit’s readers.
The ratings will express our visitors’ preference and submitted for consideration to the jurors, which, nevertheless, will be free to select the five winners as they prefer.
(*) Evaluation criteria
1) pertinence of the photograph; photos irrelevant to the theme of the contest, offensive or racist will not be accepted.
2) Expressiveness of the images in relation to the theme; through the example of Paris, photographs should promote the concept of museums as open and public venues, committed to preserve and disseminate beauty and knowledge.
3) Artistic and technical quality of the photograph
All images approved will be prominently displayed on Inexhibit, both in the homepage and in a specific section, together with the author’s name, as well as publicized on the social media pages and the newsletter of Inexhibit. The best 5 images will be featured in a special article published on Inexhibit from February 12, 2016. The authors of the best 5 photos (the winners) will receive a certificate of merit and a cotton bag decorated with their image and the credit line “Winner of the Postcards from Paris photo competition ’15/’16”.
By sending your material to Inexhibit, the sender implicitly declares that he/she is the author of the image submitted and that he/she is not infringing copyrights or privacy regulations. The authors retain all commercial and intellectual rights on the images submitted. By sending his/her images, the author implicitly authorizes Inexhibit magazine to publish them for free on Inexhibit.com as well as to promote them on Inexhibit’s social media pages; under no circumstances Inexhibit will use such images for purposes different from this contest. Any proposal for a potential commercial use of the images submitted will be negotiated with their respective authors.
ADDENDA 18 January 2016: due to the large number of submissions we are currently receiving, the announcement of winners is postponed to February 12, so to give an adequate visibility to all photos.
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