Fine Art Photography
We're not going to hold you back. Express your vision, your creativity, and your photographic eye.
Competition Deadline is October 12th
A winner will be awarded for both Single and Series Categories
1-4 images – $12/image
5-9 images – $10/image
10+ images – $8/image
Up to 6 images - $40/series
Wendy A. Grossman, Ph. D.
Curatorial Associate at The Phillips Collection and lecturer in art history at the Washington DC program of New York University and at the University of Maryland, College Park. She is an art and photo historian with expertise in the history of photography, European and American Modernisms, the intersections between non-Western and Western art, Surrealism, and the artist Man Ray.
Her numerous publications include the award winning Man Ray, African Art, and the Modernist Lens, the catalogue accompanying her 2009-2011 traveling exhibition that opened at The Phillips Collection in 2009. Most recently, she co-curated the international touring exhibition, Man Ray—Human Equations: A Journey From Mathematics to Shakespeare, and was contributing author and co-editor of the accompanying catalogue. She has juried photography competitions in D.C. at the Cosmos Club and the Goethe Institute and, in Middlebury, Vermont, for PhotoPlace Gallery.
Professor and Program Head of Photography at the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design at George Washington University. She is the recipient of numerous distinctions, including a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship, the Howard Chapnick Grant of the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund, a Fulbright Scholar grant and Individual Artist Awards in Photography and Media from the Maryland State Arts Council.
Her photographic works are internationally exhibited and are in private and public collections such as: Art Museum of the Americas, District of Columbia Art Bank, En Foco, Lehigh University, University of Texas, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France.
Caitlin Teal Price
Caitlin is a is a fine art photographer. She has exhibited both internationally and nation wide and her work is part of numerous private and permanent collections. Her work has been featured in publications including The New Yorker, The New York Times and Vogue, and she has worked directly with Sony Music and Universal Pictures. Caitlin is currently a professor of photography at American University