Be part of the longest running photographic exhibition celebrating photography from across the globe. Entries now open to everyone with one free entry available to all.
Entries are now open for the International Photography Exhibition 163 (IPE 163). The world's longest running exhibition welcomes submissions from new, emerging and established photographers, of any age and working in any subject or genre.
Awards include a group exhibition at the Royal Photographic Society, Bristol, a two-week solo show, and a £4000 prize fund to support future projects.
Entry cost: One free entry is available to all entrants, then £18 - £30.
Submit your images before 1 March and be entered into a prize draw to win Yukari Chikura's photobook ‘Zaido’.
Entries close 27 April 2021.
ENTER NOW: rps.org/ipe163
How To Apply
1. Anyone of any age can submit their images to the IPE - this includes student, amateur, professional and non-professional photographers and image-makers worldwide.
2. The IPE is an open-call exhibition; therefore all subjects and approaches can be submitted, including alternative photographic processes and experimental work. There are no predefined categories, allowing for a completely open submission.
3. Entry is made online using our submission platform. After the closing date, 27 April 2021, the online selection is made and shortlisted entrants are invited to submit prints for the final stage of selection. Entrants remain anonymous throughout the online and print selection process.