Call for Entries for the Latin American Fotografia 5. The deadline to submit your work is 3rd of June 2016.
This year, the jury is composed with:
Paula V. Kupfer Photo Editor & Writer formerly Aperture -USA-
Paula is a writer and photo editor. She has a BA in journalism and Latin American studies from NYU and is an MA candidate in Art History at Hunter College, researching the history of photography in São Paulo. Previously, she was managing editor of Aperture magazine and photo editor for California Sunday Magazine.
Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries including the Smithsonian Institution, El Museo del Barrio, and the Museum of the City of NY. She has served with the Center for Photography at Woodstock, FotoWeek DC, PhotoNOLA, FotoFest; NYS Council on the Arts, NYFA, PhotoLucida, United Photo Indstries/Photoville, the Lucie Awards, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance and many others. Her personal work has been published in Taproot Magazine, Motorcycling Excellence, the Americade Times, and Americanos: Latino Life in the U.S., a book, HBO special and traveling exhibit organized by Edward James Olmos.
Romais has curated exhibitions for Aperture (Mexico + Afuera), Light Work (Tracing Memory), SPE (Interstice), Silverstein Gallery, and dozens for En Foco, Inc. She is a former Executive Director for En Foco, Inc.
Edward is Curator of Exhibitions for the Museum of Latin American Art, the only U.S. museum dedicated exclusively to Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art. Hayes holds a BFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago and an MA in Art History from The University of Texas at San Antonio.
García Media Latinoamérica consultant specializing in media consulting company. Based on the experience of his work, he has contributed articles on newspaper design processes. And besides, I shirk the constant laughing at everything and first blunder of myself.
Photography editor, producer, curator, and educator based in Brooklyn, New York. His collaborative work with photographers has received top honors at the Overseas Press Club, World Press Photo, POYi, American Photo, Visa Pour L’image, PX 3, and NPPA. He is on the advisory board of the Photobook Museum and is the co-founder ofScreen and Seen Unseen. He was the International Photo Editor at Newsweek Magazine and is a Knight-Wallace Fellow from the University of Michigan.
More information on www.ai-ap.com/cfe/latin