“Darkness” Photography Exhibition

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Grayscale Photography ExhibitionHumans have always had an entrancing relationship with the dark. Within our minds Darkness breeds mystery, fantasy and occasionally fear. Darkness is the space in which stories are born. As photographers we capture these stories and feelings in a moment to better explore them and our own dark passenger. We look forward to exploring the darkness in your photography.

At least 26 images will be selected by the juror for exhibition at Decode Gallery. The gallery handles all printing for accepted photographers for free

EXHIBITION DATES: July 8 – Aug 5 2023

Online submission of digital images via the website.

Photographers will be notified by email of acceptance on the Monday following the submission deadline. High Resolution JPGS will be due two days after acceptance email.


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