The PhMuseum 2023 Women Photographers Grant Is Now Open For Submissions

Present your work for €10,000 in cash plus a solo show at PhMuseum Lab, screenings at Photo Vogue Festival, and much more.

The 7th edition of the PhMuseum Women Photographers Grant is now open for submissions, aimed to empower the careers of female and non-binary professionals and support the growth of new generations.The main prize recipients will share €10,000 in cash.

Up to 40 shortlisted works will be screened at Photo Vogue Festival in Milan, while Vogue Italia photography department, led by Alessia Glaviano will further select a work among all of the submissions for an online featured interview. The call also offers 6 free 1-hour online consultancies and the opportunity to work with our team for a solo exhibition at PhMuseum Lab in 2024.

To participate, you are invited to submit one or more projects. All approaches are welcome from classic narratives to more experimental works. The submissions review is delegated to an independent jury comprising Anna Goldwater Alexander (WIRED), Bindi Vora(Autograph), Holly Roussell (UCCA & Paris Photo), and Taous Dahmani (The Eyes Publishing & Louis Roederer Award Arles). 

The deadline is 12 October, and there is a reduced entry fee option until 21 September. Learn more and apply at phmuseum.com/w23,  we look forward to receiving your works! 

© Plantation, Finalist PhMuseum 2022 Women Photographers Grant
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© Plantation, Finalist PhMuseum 2022 Women Photographers Grant

© Alexandra Polina, Finalist PhMuseum 2022 Women Photographers Grant
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© Alexandra Polina, Finalist PhMuseum 2022 Women Photographers Grant

© Youqine Lefèvre, Finalist PhMuseum 2022 Women Photographers Grant
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© Youqine Lefèvre, Finalist PhMuseum 2022 Women Photographers Grant

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