Photography on a Postcard Open Call

Budding, professional, street, documentary, portrait, fashion, art photographers we need YOU. This year we are delighted to announce that Art on Postcard is bringing back “Photography on a Postcard” for a second year. We have partnered with Photo London and are honored to be The Fair’s official charity partner this year!

Can you guess this anonymous photographer from our lineup? Artists will be revealed once the sales end. 

Photography on a Postcard (POAP) will offer fairgoers the unique opportunity to own a signed one-off edition by a world renowned photographer for just £55.00. But there’s a twist, the images will be anonymous until after the sale. Fairgoers are able to choose which of the 350 postcard sized photographs they would like to buy but the photographer will only be revealed at the end of The Fair. Priority will be given to those pre-registered online. As always, all the money raised goes to The Hepatitis C Trust’s campaign to eliminate hepatitis C from the UK by the year 2025.

Photography on a Postcard will be holding an open call to give emerging talent a chance to exhibit alongside luminaries of the photographic world such as Bruce Gilden, Mark Power, David Hoffman, Dougie Wallace, Maggie Taylor, Karine Laval, Nick Brandt, David Titlow and Laura Pannack. Only 35 photographs will be selected by a judging panel which will include Homer Sykes, Lottie Davies and an industry expert from Photo London.

So don't miss out on your chance. Last year saw works by some fantastic photographers who were not yet 20 years old next to works by some of photography's biggest names. It's a hugely exciting event. The deadline for the open call is 1 April 2018 and entries can be submitted HERE!

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  • Hi, I am trying to enter but when I am on page two its blank and I cannot enter my email so its continually sending me back to the beginning. I hope you can help
    Thank you
    Giovanna

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