In the In-Between seeks contemporary B&W photography in all its forms for its next online exhibition. Primal Sight will be juried by NYC-based curator and writer, Efrem Zelony-Mindell.
“The world of color has no curiosity because it is literal. Regardless of differences, there is something universal in how humans try to make sense of the world. We become comfortable or unsure and Black-and-White imagery becomes something else. There is a feral looker sinking into the eyes of such frames. They are unimaginably photogenic. These images are not looked at; they brood at you.”
– Efrem Zelony-Mindell
-This exhibition is open to all photographic styles and techniques (in keeping with the theme of B&W)
-Please submit up to 20 jpegs sized to 72dpi and 1000 on the longest side. Images must not exceed 1MB in size.
-We request a $6 submission fee, which helps to offset our administrative costs and support future programming.
-If you can’t afford the fee or are otherwise opposed to it, you may email your submission to: editor (at) inthein-between (dot) com
Selected entries will be included in the online exhibition Primal Sight, to be published on In the In-Between in March 2020. All entries will be considered for future iterations of this ongoing curatorial project.
Submission deadline: January 12, 2020
Acceptance notifications: January 30, 2020
Publication/opening: March 2020
About the juror:
Efrem Zelony-Mindell is a curator, writer, and artist. Their curatorial endeavors include shows in New York City: n e w f l e s h, Are You Loathsome, Familiar Strange, and This Is Not Here. They write about art for FOAM, Unseen, DEAR DAVE, VICE, Musée Magazine, SPOT, and essays for artists’ monographs. Their first book, n e w f l e s h, was published in August of 2019 by Gnomic Book. They received Their BFA from the School of Visual Arts.Submitted by Gregory Edward Jones. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org