Luminous Eye Gallery launches every two months an open call for the publication of the Luminous Eye Zine, where the work of four different international photographers is presented.
The call is open to photographers of all ages, professional and amateurs from all over the world.
The Luminous Eye Zine is published on paper and on the Luminous Eye site as well as on all its social media accounts.
The final selection of projects presented at Luminous Eye Zine is made by the Luminous Eye team, based on the coherence of all photographs and not individual images.
So far, six editions of the Luminous Eye Zine have been successfully published.
Luminous Eye is a new gallery in Athens, near the Acropolis Museum, dedicated to photography. The gallery was founded in 2019 and aspires to become a meeting and reference place for the art of photography in Greece. Its goal is to identify trends in photography and promote artists whose work deserves to be better known.
Luminous Eye Zine is another way for Luminous Eye to host interesting photographic projects.
Photographers interested to have their photographs published in the Luminous Eye Zine should submit:
- Name and surname.
- 10 pictures in digital format jpg, dimension 1900 pixels on the largest side. The name of the files should be: Name_surname-01.jpg…
- A text presenting the project and the photographic approach up to 250 words.
- A short CV up to 200 words.
- All the above must be sent by WeTransfer to email@example.com
Deadline for the submission of projects for the next Luminous Eye Zine is July 15 to the address firstname.lastname@example.org
By submitting its photographs for the Luminous Eye Zine, the photographer transfers the right to publish its photographs in the digital version and the printing edition of it.
The copyright of the images remains the property of the creator / photographer of the image.
By participating in the Luminous Eye Zine, the photographer guarantees that he/she is the creator and holder of the work, that he/she has the permission of the subject, that the works do not infringe the rights of third parties (including the rights of secrecy, abuse, harassment, misleading copyright, disclosure or publication).