XVI Edition of the Photography Festival in Capri

Deadline Date: June 30, 2024

Donor Name: Capri Foundation

Grant Size: Not Available

Applications are now open for the XVI Edition of the Photography Festival in Capri.

In March 2024, the Capri Foundation launched an open call on its channels open to all photographers, professional and otherwise, to talk about the theme of the Interior Landscape. The objective is to interpret the infinite facets that make up the human soul, with particular attention to the sphere of intimacy and identity.

Since 2009, the Capri Foundation has organized exhibitions of great photography artists, who over the years have photographed and returned the island of Capri with their own personal peculiarity, from Baron von Gloeden to Ferdinando Scianna and Giovanni Gastel, passing through Mimmo Jodice, Olivo Barbieri and Maurizio Galimberti. Deeply aware of such an authoritative role of images, each of them investigated the spirit of this magical place; he poetically translated its essence; he managed to translate the most abstract and complex forms into stupendous portraits, disruptive architecture and uniquely breathtaking views. Now, thanks to a democratic and absolutely contemporary outlook, the Capri Foundation, chaired by Gianfranco Morgano, takes up the challenge of a constantly changing society, opening its doors to a new festival of authors.

The Exhibition

  • The sixteenth edition of the Festival, held in the Certosa di San Giacomo in collaboration with the Campania Regional Museums Directorate, the Academy of Fine Arts of Naples and the sponsorship of Fuji Instax, will be presented to the public in September 2024.

Eligibility Criteria

  • All photographers, amateurs and professionals, from all over the world can participate. 
  • The submission of a single photographic project linked to the theme of the current edition Interior Landscape is requested, consisting of a minimum of 10 shots and a maximum of 20. 
  • At the end of the open call, only one winning project will be selected from those received. 
  • To proceed with the submission in this section you will need to present your project in a single zip file of maximum 10Mb containing a synopsis of the project of at least 1500 characters and a biography of the author. 
  • The winning project will be exhibited at the Certosa di San Giacomo in Capri starting from September 2024. 
  • The production of the exhibition and its display are the responsibility of the Capri Foundation.

For more information, visit Capri Foundation.

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