Shpilman Photography Prize Calls for Submissions
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (IMJ) has invited photographers to submit entries for the Shpilman International Prize for Excellence in Photography.
The $45,000 prize, awarded every two years, was created in 2010 in recognition of photography as an important contemporary medium by the Shpilman family and the Shpilman Institute for Photography in cooperation with the Israel Museum. The prize seeks to encourage original work in the field of photography,
Eligible applicants are artists working with the medium of photography or photographers working in the art world. This year submissions of projects relating to the theme ‘Mirrorlike’ will be accepted.
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