“Color Photography” Exhibition

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Theme: Color Photography

This exhibition will look at what is the possible range of color photography and how do contemporary photographers use color to captivate, compose and stylize their subjects. In 1974 William Eggleston had the first solo show of color photography at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The MoMA show is regarded as a watershed moment in the history of photography, by marking the acceptance of color photography by the highest validating institution in the art world. A lot has changed and evolved in the field of photography in the last 38 years, but we are still captivated by dynamic, bold, vivid, colorful photographs of diverse and fascinating visual subjects.

Juror: Todd Johnson


  • 20 photographers will be slected for this exhibition in Black Box Gallery, Portland Oregon  (March 1-23, 2012)
  • Black Box will provide all framing, matting and printing for our exhibitions. Each exhibition will have 20 photographers included by the juror.

You may submit up to five images. Email them to:  with email title: Color Photography

Image requirements: Jpeg files, 1024 pixels on the longest side at 72 DPI, 2MB or less each (saved). The photographers who are selected into the exhibition will provide a high resolution Tiff file for our gallery to print for the exhibition.


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