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LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards 2022

LensCulture wants to discover remarkable B&W photographers from all cultures and all experience levels, and connect them with global audiences and career-changing opportunities including an exhibition in London during Photo London 2023.

The competition is open to all types of Black & White photography: fine art, experimental, fiction, documentary, visual storytelling, portraits, landscapes, staged/constructed, street, mixed media, alternative processes, conceptual.

Winning photographers will be exhibited at the fabulous Somerset House in London during Photo London, the premiere international photo fair that brings together hundreds of galleries, publishers and collectors, as well as an ambitious program of exhibitions, conversations, artist book signings and curated fair events.

An opening reception will be held for LensCulture artists, invited media, photo editors and industry insiders for a night of art appreciation and networking during the world’s largest international art fair dedicated to photography.

LensCulture is one of the most comprehensive and far-reaching resources for discovering contemporary photography talent around the world. Over 15 years, LensCulture has built a global online audience of more than three million photography makers, lovers and thinkers from 160 countries and we’re proud to offer career-changing opportunities through our photography awards, exhibitions in leading cities, festival screenings, and books.

Please visit the official website for further information.

LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards 2022 – Entry Fees

First single-image entry per person is free! Each additional photo costs $10.

5 images are $35. Each each additional photograph costs $10. Students get a 30% discount on the entry fee.

The series entry fee is $65 for up to 10 images per submission.