IWPA & TAF Photography Award 2024 For Women Photographers

  • Opens
    16 Feb 2024
  • Deadline
    16 Mar 2024
  • Link
  • Entry fee
    FREE
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In collaboration with the Tbilisi Art Fair, International Women in Photo (IWPA) France & Georgia welcomes all women photographers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia Moldova and Ukraine to apply.

Overview

Committed to showcasing the work of women photographers since 2016, IWPA has recently expanded its reach to eastern neighboring countries and opened a new branch in Tbilisi, Georgia. In light of our commitments to fostering gender equality, this photography challenge encompassing six countries in the region – aims to provide a platform for women to share their daily challenges and victories, considering the complex socio-economic, political, and human rights landscape.

Practical Info

The open call is open to all women photographers, and those who identify as such, from any field of photography, amateurs, or professionals originating or residing in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine. Applicants must submit a coherent series of 7-10 images, a series statement and a short bio. The winners will be selected by an international jury and be presented at the Tbilisi Art Fair April 2024 running from April 11th to 14th. TAF is an international art fair spotlighting emerging artists from the wider Europe. Its mission is to boost visibility and opportunities for artists & galleries, develop professional skills, and foster sustainable cross-border projects and mobility.

About IWPA

International Women in Photo is a French non profit aiming to create global change and reach gender equality and women empowerment. IWPA acts as a platform by promoting and highlighting women’s voices around the worlds providing exposure and support to women photographers and visual storytellers. The roots of IWPA’s goals lie in the underrepresentation of women photographers, who do not receive sufficient recognition or assignments, and whose work comprises a tiny percentage of all the photographs we see daily in the press, social media, museums and art exhibitions.

© Louise Amelie
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© Louise Amelie

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© Rayito Flores Pelcastre

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© Lee-Ann Olwage

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© Alena Grom

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