Don’t Take Pictures exists to showcase the work of emerging photographers. In addition to publishing photographers in print, and online in our monthly columns, we also publish online quarterly exhibitions.
Literally or figuratively, everyone has worn a mask at one time or another. Masks offer anonymity, or alter the wearer’s persona, transforming them into someone else. Rich with historical, religious, and cultural significance, masks can be complex works of art or as simple as a paper bag. For this online exhibition, Don’t Take Pictures seeks photographs that incorporate the varied uses of masks theatrical, practical, or humorous.
The exhibition will be published online from November 23 — February 21.
Deadline: November 20
- 72 dpi
- No less than 1024 pixels and no more than 1500 pixels on the longest side.
Email up to three photographs to:
firstname.lastname@example.org with “Masks” in the subject line.
Include your name, title of photograph, and a link to your website (if applicable). Ex: Kat Kiernan, Untitled, www.katkiernan.com