The Photographic Museum of Humanity (PMH) has announced an extension to its PMH 2014 Grant, which is now officially set on 12 March 2014. The PMH 2014 Grantan international photography contest offering $4000 in cash prizes. The jury features Alec Soth (Magnum Photos), Iata Cannabrave (Brzilian curator, creator of the Latin American Photography Forum of Sao Paulo), Olivier Laurent (Associate Editor for the British Journal of Photography) and Diana Markosian (PMH 2013 Grant New Generation Prize winner). To participate, you have to submit a series of maximum 15 photos. The contest has no entry fee.
PMH Press Release
February 26th, 2014 – Due to the great amount of work submitted, the Photographic Museum of Humanity has announced an extension to its Photographic Museum of Humanity 2014 Grant, which is now officially set on March 12th, 2014.
The PMH 2014 Grant is an international photographic contest that aims to finance talented photographers and discover new talents. Magnum photographer Alec Soth, Brazilian Curator Iatã Cannabrava, Associate Editor of British Journal of Photography Olivier Laurent and PMH 2013 New Generation Prize Diana Markosian compose the jury that will award a 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize of respectively USD 2000, USD 1000 and USD 500 in cash. There will be also a New Generation Prize (USD 500) dedicated to photographers under 25 and a number of honorable mentions according to the material received.
To participate, you have to submit a Series of maximum 15 photos before March 12h, 2014. The contest has no entry fee.
About Photographic Museum of Humanity
The Photographic Museum of Humanity is an independent project founded in August 2011 with the aim to create the first online museum dedicated to photography, made with the best works of its international community members. A place where photographers will have the opportunity to show their talents and get known. A space where people, regardless of their age, culture, education, religion and nationality, will have the possibility to learn and get closer to the photographic arts.
The web platform that hosts the Museum was launched in July 2012, while the Museum within the website has been inaugurated in January 2013, featuring curated individual and collective exhibitions that will renew in time.