The Washington Post and the Visura artists’ platform are launching the 2017 edition of their photography contest. This award is designed for photographers all over the world. To participate, you must propose to the jury a project of at least fifteen photographs, having a visual narrative potential and dealing with everyday life. Topics related to global warming, weapons control, living conditions and culture will be of particular interest to the jury. It is composed of Adriana Teresa Letorney (Founder and Director of Visura), MaryAnne Golon (Director of Photography, The Washington Post), Kenneth Dickerman (Foreign Photo Editor, The Washington Post) and Dee Swann (Senior Photo Editor for Digital Engagement, The Washington Post).
Another condition to fulfill, you must at least be a member of the Visura platform to compete.
The winner will be able to exhibit his project or a future project on the In Sighti site of the Washington Post. Applications will be submitted by July 17, 2017.