5 Under 30 photography competition

The Daniel Blau Gallery in London has launched a competition to find five emerging photographers under the age of 30 to be part of a group show this July

The Daniel Blau Gallery in London has launched a competition to find five emerging photographers under the age of 30 to be part of a group show this July…

The gallery, based on Hoxton Square in east London, will stage its 5 Under 30 exhibition exhibition from July 5 to July 31.

For further information including eligibility, submission guidelines, terms and conditions and entry form please download the PDF here on the Gallery’s website. Or email fiveunderthirty@gmail.com.

The exhibition will run July 5 – July 31, Tuesday – Saturday, 11am-6pm. The opening will take place on Thursday July 4, 6-8pm at 51 Hoxton Square, London N1 6PB.

From today, Daniel Blau is showing the exhibition 79 AD which documents a series of nineteenth-century photographs of Pompeii and other architectural sites in Italy. See danielblau.com.

 

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