|2014 Off the Clock APA LA Curated Personal Photography Exhibition|
APA LA has some BIG news!
Now along with the amazing exposure at LA ad agencies TBWA\Chiat\Day and Deustch Inc, APA LA is THRILLED to announce our Off the Clock 2014 APA LA Curated Personal Photography Exhibition will travel to another prestigious LA ad agency: Ignited to be displayed for 2 months as well!
AND there is MORE!!
Off the Clock 2014 APA LA Curated Personal Photography Exhibition has been invited to be displayed at photo la January 2015!
OFF THE CLOCK is APA LA’s third annual curated exhibit of inspired personal photography. Images will be chosen by one curator who will carefully select the top 100 images from the submissions. Give the curator your best shot! The curator for 2014 is Britt Salvesen, Curator and Head of Wallis Annenberg Photography Department at LACMA. (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
ONE RECEPTION, THREE ADVERTISING AGENCIES, UNPRECEDENTED EXPOSURE!
Many of the top creatives in our region will receive special invitations to the reception, so this is a superb opportunity to show them your finest personal work. After the opening reception, the 100 selected images will hang for two months at the legendary advertising agency TBWA\Chiat\Day. After that, the show will travel to Deutsch and Iginited for another two months each. This gives your personal work exposure to creatives (and art buyers) at three of the top advertising agencies in the country.
In addition, we will also display the complete exhibition on our website for a full year and we have been invited to display this exhibition at photo la 2015, so your finest personal work will be exposed to thousands more potential clients. You can enter as many images as you like. To be fair, we’ve limited the number of accepted pieces from any one photographer to their top six as decided by the curator.
YOUR FINEST PERSONAL WORK
Creatives love to see photographers’ personal work because it reveals their true photographic style without anyone else’s influence or input. OFF THE CLOCK is easy to enter. No confusing categories. No series of images. No creation date restrictions. No vastly different size prints or frames. Only strong, original, creative, truly personal work gets accepted. Entries may be black and white, duotone, or color, and should be self-commissioned and must represent what you consider to be your finest personal work. There is no limitation on when your images were created. Alternative print processes are acceptable.
RECEPTION: April 26, 2014
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