Picturing America Photography Exhibition
Hot dogs, baseball, apple pie, jazz, military interventions, cowboy boots, gay marriage, bad tv, great tv, vacations, kids, dudes, crowds, buses, concerts, houses, hotels, churches, chevrolets, Hollywood, Washington DC, small towns, inner cities, city slickers, hillbillies, hippies, tough guys and girls, girls girls! The U.S. is all this and much more, so this July 4th, 1650 Gallery hosts PICTURING AMERICA, a photo essay of all views of the multi-layered American experience, from photographers home and abroad. Wherever you live, whatever your viewpoint; 1650 wants the good, the bad, the beautiful and the ugly.
So as July 4th approaches, grab your camera and get ready to go full ROBERT FRANK as you delve into the mix of Americana near and far; big town, small town, Motown, rent-to-own town. This time, an honest eye is the best policy as we photograph what surrounds us in PICTURING AMERICA.
- Approximately 50 works will be chosen from submitted photographs to be shown in the PICTURING AMERICA Photography 2015 exhibition at 1650 Gallery in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Juror: Andrew Overtoom
Image requirements: JPG format; 72 ppi, image width up to 1024 pixels on the longest side.
Online submission of digital images. All accepted entries must submit a high res jpegs to be included in the printed catalog. E-mail JPGs and an application form to firstname.lastname@example.org All accepted entries must submit a high res jpeg (300-360 dpi , minimum size 5×7") to be included in the printed SHOW CATALOG.