January 3, 2013
NO ENTRY FEE – Submit up to THREE images via email made in the last two years. Open to all photographers working in all mediums and styles.
The exhibition seeks images that celebrate the photographer’s eye, discovering beauty, banality, and the everyday; images that make the unseen visible through light, exposure and the photographic frame are desired.
“I really believe there are things nobody would see if I didn’t photograph them.” – Diane Arbus
January 19, 2013, 6-9pm
January 16 – February 8, 2013
Gallery Hours Th 1p-8p; Fri-Sun 1p-6p
6518 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, 90028
The exhibition is open to all photographers, student, amateur and professional working in all mediums and styles. Works selected will be included in the WUHO Gallery brick and mortar exhibition as well as online at https://theunseenimage.wordpress.com
Photographers may submit up to THREE entries made in the last two years for consideration. Jurors will review digital images of artwork sent email submission requirements. Jurors will not have access to artist statements, or other artist infomration. No actual artwork will be reviewed by the jurors prior to the selection process.
JURORS Lesley Krane and Niku Kashef
Lesley Krane grew up in Los Angeles. She earned an M.F.A. in Studio Art with a minor in Photography History at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque in 1995. Committed to the practice of “slow photography” and the advantages of waiting, Lesley teaches her students to have a reverence and sensitivity for the medium. A member of the Freestyle Advisory Board of Photographic Professionals, she has exhibited and presented her work at local, national, and international venues. Lesley is a Professor of photography and the Associate Chair in the Department of Art at California State University, Northridge.
Niku Kashef is a visual artist and educator living and working in Los Angeles. Her process stems from the desire to question through collection and collaboration. Most of her works are paper-based: photographs, monoprints, and installations dealing with ideas of displacement and the uncanny. Niku has shown work locally, nationally and internationally. She serves on both local and national committees for the arts including the College Art Association’s Services for Artists committee and as President of the Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art. With her MFA in Visual Communication she is currently a Lecturer of photography at California State University, Northridge and a Participating Adjunct at Woodbury University.
– NO ENTRY FEE
– Submit up to THREE images made in the last two years as 300DPI JPGs (no larger than 1MB per image) via email to zoneV@woodburyuniversity.edu. Files should be labeled with Artist’s First and Last Name, Underscore, Image Title. (ex: JaneDoe_Bluesky.jpg)
– Film and video pieces will also be considered, and artists will submit a link to view the work (either a YouTube, Vimeo or URL)
– In the body of your email please include Your Name, the Title of Each piece, the File Name of each piece, Size of artwork, medium, and date. Please include your Name, Contact Phone #, Contact Mailing Address, Email Address, and Website URL (if applicable) in the body of your email.
EX: Jane Doe, “Blue Sky”, JaneDoe_Bluesky.jpg, 20×20″, chromogenic print, 2012
– Jurors will review only digital images of artwork sent via email. NO ACTUAL ARTWORK WILL BE REVIEWED BY THE JURORS prior to the selection process. Please follow the aforementioned file labeling and submission information. Improperly labeled entries and incomplete submissions will not be considered. Zone V and the WUHO Gallery are not responsible for lost or damaged entries. Do not send resumes, bios or artist statements. ENTRIES MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN EMAIL WITH REQUIRED INFORMATION. Submitted images of accepted work may be used by ZONE V and the WUHO Gallery for press and promotional materials. ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY 5PM on December 30, 2012.
11:30PM on January 3, 2013
DELIVERY OF ACCEPTED WORK
Work must be delivered to the gallery on Thursday January 10 or Friday January 11, 2013 between the hours of Noon-6p or Saturday January 12, 2013 between the hours of 9am-11am only. All work must be properly framed and/or ready to hang (no saw tooth or clip-on hangers, no exceptions). Works requiring specific hardware must be provided when work is delivered. Glass may not be used in frames exceeding 40″. At the jurors discretion, work that is dirty, in disrepair or otherwise deemed unfit for display may be excluded from the show. All decisions of the jurors are final. Work must be unwrapped by artist upon delivery. The gallery will not store any packing materials.
Notification to Accepted Artists – January 7, 2013
Physical Artwork Dropoff to Gallery – January 10-11, 2013
Opening Reception – January 19, 2013, 6-9pm
This exhibition is organized by Woodbury University’s Zone V Photographic Organization, a cross-disciplinary student-run organization, furthering photographic opportunities for the Woodbury community through club-sponsored photographic events, guest-lectures, workshops, exhibitions of photographic work and group projects. “unseen” is an exhibition initiative organized by Zone V members who participate in exhibition development, marketing, gallery preparation and related events.
This exhibition is sponsored by the WUHO Gallery and Woodbury University’s School of Media Culture and Design and Woodbury University’s School of Architecture.