PhotoBangkok with the PHototoESPAÑA and the Spanish Embassy in Bangkok organizes a portfolio review next 24th and 25th of July in 6th Floor, Friends of BACC room at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
This program gives photographers the chance to show their portfolio to international experts in one-to-one appointments of 20 minutes. There will be an open call to select the participants. During these reviews, photographers receive suggestions, constructive feedback about their work and advice on possible career opportunities.
PhotoBangkok with the PHototoESPAÑA and the Spanish Embassy in Bangkok organizes a portfolio review next 24th and 25th of July in 6th Floor, Friends of BACC room at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre This program gives photographers the chance to show their portfolio to international experts in one-to-one appointments of 20 minutes. There will be an open call to select the participants. During these reviews, photographers receive suggestions, constructive feedback about their work and advice on possible career opportunities.
Call for entriesYou can submit your work until 15 July
Tel : +66 81 490 4085, +66 82 458 4455
Instructions to participate
- You can register yourself and send all the information firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com
- 1,200 bath entry fee (30 Euros) / person
- Send 15 photos maximum in 1,200 pixel, 72 dpi, 4mbs / photo, series description and your biography
- 30 participants will be selected for the portfolio review.
- Travel expenses will be covered by the participants.
If you are selected you can show your work to up to 3 reviewers.
Claude BussacDirector of PHotoESPAÑA, Spain
Since 2006 Claude Bussac has been Director of PHotoEspaña, the International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts. She was the Director of Artistic Studies at the Casa de Velázquez of Madrid for seven years and the Assistant Director of the Círculo de Bellas Artes from 1996 to 1999, where she was formerly Head of the Press Department. She contributed to the organization of the Autumn Festival of the Community of Madrid, the International Festival of Classical Theatre in Almagro, and the Teatro de Bellas Artes de Madrid from 1990 to 1993. She has lectured on arts administration at diverse universities in France and Spain, and has participated in juries in Spain, France, and Portugal. Claude Bussac holds a bachelor’s degree in International and European Economy from the Universidad de París Pantheón Sorbonne, a DEES in the Management of Cultural Institutions from the Dauphine University of Paris, and a DEA in European Social and Cultural Transformations. In 2005, the French Ministry of Culture honoured Claude Bussac as “Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters”.
Ana MoralesDirector of production and programs, PHotoESPAÑA, Spain
Is the Director of Production and Programs at La Fábrica (www.lafabrica.com) and Responsible of Professional Programs in PHotoEspaña, International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts, Spain. With a Degree in Media Studies and Master in Management and Production of Visual Projects, she is manager of cultural programs related to photography, visual arts and literature in Spain, Europe, Asia and South America. Previously she has been involved as coordinator in different projects such Ingrafica ( graphic arts festival) or La Nuit Blanche, Madrid. She also collaborated as freelance with different independent initiatives and she has been participate as reviewer in Arles or Sâo Paulo and she prepared participants for professional approaches.
Cristina de MiddelPhotographer, Spain
Cristina De Middel is a photographer whose work investigates photography’s ambiguous relationship to truth. Blending documentary and conceptual photographic practices, she plays with reconstructions and archetypes in order to build a more layered understanding of the subject she approaches.
After a 10 year career as a photojournalist, Cristina stepped outside of the straight documentary gaze and produced the acclaimed series “The Afronauts” (2012), which explored the history of a failed space program in Zambia in the 1960s through staged reenactments of obscure narratives that challenged the traditional depiction of the African continent. De Middel continuously produces new bodies of work. The series This is what hatred did (2014), Sharkification (2015) and Jan Mayen (2015), to name a few examples were all published as books in 2015. De Middel’s work has received numerous awards in both the editorial and the artistic field, including PhotoFolio Arles 2012, Finalist of the Deutsche Börse Prize, and the Infinity Award from the International Center of Photography in New York. Cristina became a Magnum nominee in 2017 and 2018 is in charge of PHotoESPAÑA carte blanche curating five exhibitions