4–30 October 2018 theprintspace gallery, 74 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, London E2 8DL

CALL FOR ENTRIES – Deadline for submission 3 September 2018

PHOTOMONTH EAST LONDON International Photography Festival is pleased to announce the call for entries to the open photography show to be held at theprintspace gallery in Shoreditch. The aim is to give photographers more opportunity to participate in photomonth and exhibit their work to the public, press, publishers, curators and collectors.

THIS YEAR THE PHOTO-OPEN WILL LAUNCH PHOTOMONTH and we are inviting photographers to submit images about WOMEN – in the 21st century. This subject is open to interpretation and may be captured in a single image or portrayed in a sequence of images. Entry is open to female and male photographers.

PHOTO-OPEN ENTRIES will be continuously screened during the exhibition and a number of images will be selected for printing, mounting and hanging in the gallery space.

ENTRY IS OPEN to all kinds of photographers, professional and non-professional, students and young people from all over the UK and the rest of the world. There are no restrictions on the number of entries made per photographer.

Entry Fees are £5 per image.


ALL IMAGES must be submitted via creative hub -

Click here for full instructions on how to submit.


EXHIBITED WORKS may be for sale. Submitted images may be used for publicity purposes. Image copyright remains with the photographer. The management reserves the right to reject work not deemed suitable for exhibition.

ALL PARTICIPATING PHOTOGRAPHERS will be sent invitations to the Opening Preview of the Photo-Open on Thursday 4 October 2018 from 7.30pm to 9.30pm at the theprintspace gallery and may bring guests.

THE PHOTO-OPEN EXHIBITION will be open Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm and the public will be invited throughout the show to vote for the ‘BEST IN SHOW’ image. The winning photographer will be given two tickets to the SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS to be held in London in April 2019.

PHOTOMONTH PHOTO-OPEN is supported by Tower Hamlets, The World Photography Organisation, Alternative Arts and theprintspace.