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Notable: MoMA Curator Sarah Meister to Jury The Photo Review Competition

In Black and White Photography on April 22, 2018 at 5:58 pm

Both aspiring and established artists know that juried shows can make a profound difference on their careers. If they are not yet aware, 2018’s Photo Review Competition should be on the radar. This year’s competition will be juried by the Museum of Modern Art’s own Sarah Meister, curator of the museums photography department.

Museum of Modern Art Curator of Photography Sarah Meister will be the juror for the 2018 Photo Review Photography Competition. Among her many accomplishments, her most recent books include One and One Is Four: The Bauhaus Photocollages of Josef Albers (2016) and Arbus Friedlander Winogrand: New Documents, 1967 (2017). She is a co-editor of and contributing author to the three-volume series Photography at MoMA (1960 to Now, 1920 to 1960, and 1840 to 1920), co-director of the August Sander Project (a five-year research initiative with Noam Elcott, Columbia University), and the lead instructor for the online course Seeing Through Photographs on Coursera.

For years now, the Photo Review has enabled thousands of people across the country to both exhibit and witness some of the most notable photography in the world today, through the publisher’s competition issue and through the website. The fact that Meister will be jurying the show should make this year’s show adds an added element of intrigue.

As an additional bonus the director of Red Filter Gallery, Forrest Old, will select a photographer from the competition for a one-person show on the online gallery.

If you’re interested in joining the competition, submissions will be accepted until May 31st.

For More Information: The Photo Review

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