NEW YORK CITY -- Artists Wanted is pleased to announce a collaboration with JPG Magazine to present The Focus Project, an international open call searching for today’s best emerging photographers while identifying the most compelling, intriguing and dynamic photographs in the world.
Throughout the course of The Focus Project, selected photographers will be prominently featured on the Focus Project homepage and will have a chance to earn world-wide acclaim and more than $75,000 in awards to fund their passion: taking incredible photos.
One selected photographer will receive a New York City Reception, his/her own featured edition of Artists Wanted’s In Focus Video Series, a $10,000 cash prize and invaluable exposure, including a Feature Editorial published in JPG Magazine.
In addition to the Grand Prize package, The Focus Project is awarding:
- Daily Online Features of hand-selected photographers, published on The Focus Project homepage
- A People’s Choice Prize every week, awarding $500 to the photographer whose portfolio accumulates the highest number of public votes during the given week
- A Monthly Prize of $2,500 and a JPG Blog Feature to one photographer chosen by the Focus Project jury panel, every month
The Focus Project is currently accepting submissions of all photography genres and themes.
The next deadline to enter the Focus Project is THIS SUNDAY 11:59pm EST
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Artists Wanted was created by two Brooklyn based artists, Jason Goodman and William Etundi Jr. Their first hand experience in the art world was the inspiration for creating this bold new platform for finding burgeoning talent and exposing it to the world. After combining their art world connections, promotional expertise and aesthetic sensibility, Goodman and Etundi launched Artists Wanted with the mission of making the discovery of new artists more welcoming, dynamic and expansive.
JPG Magazine is for people who love image-making without attitude. It’s about the kind of photography you get when you love the moment more than the camera. It’s for photographers who, like us, have found themselves sharing their work online, and would love to see that work in print.