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Cortona On The Move Award 2024

    Cortona On The Move Award 2024 | Graphic Competitions
     Category:  Photography
     Deadline:  May 18, 2024 - expired! April 19, 2024
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    The Cortona On The Move Award 2024, in partnership with LensCulture, marks its third edition as a pivotal platform for photographic innovation and narrative exploration. This free, open call encourages both seasoned photographers and emerging talents to submit their unpublished or ongoing projects. Emphasizing a broad thematic scope, the contest invites a variety of photographic approaches—from documentary to conceptual art—aiming to discover new perspectives and visionary interpretations of contemporary issues.

    This prestigious award is part of the Cortona On The Move photography festival, which is renowned for its commitment to advancing the craft and the visual storytelling community. Each year, the festival draws creative minds from across the globe, offering them not only a stage to exhibit their work but also valuable networking opportunities. By providing a space where photographers can engage with industry leaders and peers, the festival fosters a vibrant exchange of ideas and encourages profound cultural dialogues.

    The call for entries highlights the festival’s ongoing search for originality and creativity in the photographic field. Entrants are tasked with demonstrating their unique viewpoint through a compelling visual narrative, which should consist of 10 to 20 images. This opportunity not only showcases their work at an international level but also boosts their careers through significant exposure. The Cortona On The Move Award is dedicated to elevating the profiles of photographers by integrating them into a dynamic community dedicated to visual and artistic excellence.

    There is no entry fee.


    Open worldwide to individual photographers and collectives.


    The winner of the Cortona On The Move Award will receive €3,000 and the opportunity to exhibit their project at the next edition of the festival. Additionally, two other selected projects will have their work published on the LensCulture website. All finalists will have their projects announced and showcased during the festival’s opening.

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