london (PRWEB UK) 15 May 2013
The concept of 'home' or 'homeland' takes on a whole new meaning. Whilst in the past homeland was represented by one’s place of birth, now it is the place where one feels most at home. From this perspective, ‘political’ barriers between states lose their meaning with everyone becoming citizen of the world.
Submissions for this edition will pay tribute to the concepts of homeland, identity, tribalism and social integration, positive and negative.
Home, my Place in the World is under the Patronage of Amnesty International, the British Council, The European Commission and the International Organisation for Migration.
Entries opened on 5th April and are free. The closing date for entries is 28th May 2013
Entrants will be assessed by leading figures in the field of Photography:
Andreas Brünglinghaus, Head of Photography, Paris College of Art
Anne Williams, Director for Photography, London College of Communication
Francesca Marocchino, Curator, Guimet Museum, Paris
Jennifer Faure Francis, Director of Communications, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Neil Couzens, Director, Wandsworth Museum
Michael Pritchard, Director General, The Royal Photographic Society
Keith Barnes, Director, Oxford School of Photography
Roberta Cremoncini, Director, the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
Roger Tooth, Head of Photography, The Guardian
Sara Sist, Director, 3-D Gallery, Venice
Sarah Eti Castellani, Consul of Italy in London
Tom Martin, Photoreporter, Martin & Martin
Accademia Apulia UK offers the winner a group exhibition in which the winning works will take centre stage at the Wandsworth Museum in a prestigious exhibition running until 14th September.
Download the terms & conditions here: http://bit.ly/YsE3eu
"Home, my Place in the World" has been sponsored by Gattarella Resort, E. Marinella, San Domenico House, Fedeli Cashmere, EU Advisory Partners, Casa Londra, Harrods.