Rotterdam Photo invites independent practitioners, art students, publishers, and other photography organizations to showcase their work in the context of the festival’s 2019 theme: City Limits. Rotterdam Photo is a photography event located at Deliplein, Katendrecht where artists have the opportunity to present their work during Art Rotterdam Week (7 -10 of February 2019). Image makers can submit their work until the 1st of December 2018.
Rotterdam Photo invites image-makers to submit their work for the next Rotterdam Photo festival 2019. Selected artists and organizations will get the opportunity to showcase their work alongside curated exhibitions and an elaborate fringe programme, offering a mix of activities: from photography exhibitions and screen presentations to workshops and Rotterdam Photo Talks that takes place on the 9th of February 2019. Rotterdam Photo presents a contemporary view on photography as it manifests itself outside the white cube and connects the selected practitioners to a broad audience. In 2018, more than 5.000 people visited Rotterdam Photo.
Theme 2019: City Limits
Rotterdam Photos 2019 theme is City Limits. We invite our applicants to present their images within the context of our theme. Whether you consider yourself an image-maker that exclusively focuses on documenting our living environment or one that manipulates and challenges the representation of urban living conditions, we invite any artist that works in the realm of visual culture to apply for the upcoming edition of the festival. For 2019 we have invited photographer Otto Snoek as special guest-curator and contributor of Rotterdam Photo.
About Rotterdam Photo
Rotterdam Photo is an annual, free, photo manifestation that creates exhibition opportunities for independent artists during Art Rotterdam Week. Located at the Katendrecht district, Rotterdam Photo puts forward a wider spectrum of contemporary photography. The small independent organization, together with the Nederlands Fotomuseum and the fine art photography fair Haute Photographie, will turn the ‘Kop van Zuid’ into the one-stop hub for photography lovers.