Call for Entries


International Juried Photo Exhibition / France



All photographers, aged 18 years and older,

from all countries of the world are eligible.


Entry Deadline

November 1, 2019


Notice of Acceptance

November 20, 2019


Receipt of High Resolution Files

November 26, 2019


Opening / Press Preview

December 06, 2019

(Attendance by invitation only)

Exhibition Dates

December 07 – 18, 2019

(Open and free to the public)

Exhibition Venue

Espace Saint-Joseph, Lesneven, France


Entry Fee: €35

The submission fee for entry is €35.00 (EURO) for 3 images, €60 (EURO) for 6 images, and €90 (EURO) for 10 images. Payment is accepted via PayPal. Entry fees are non-refundable.


Exhibition Theme

Our theme is Portraits in Black and White. The enigma caused by the portrait’s combination of simplicity, complexity, and profundity is accentuated by the absence of color, which unlocks poetic feelings and leads to new paths of aesthetic realization.

Panel of Judges

The following experts in international photography will constitute the panel of judges: Prof. Clémentine Bony-Devaux (France), Dr.Lourdes Delgado (Spain), Prof. Jim Gabbard (USA), Prof Beatrix Reinhardt (Germany/USA), and Riichi Yamaguchi (Japan).

Selection and Awards

interPHOTO uses a blind judging system where the authorship of submissions is not disclosed to judges in the selection process. Images will be selected by the panel of judges for exhibition at Espace Saint Joseph in Lesneven, France under the auspices of interPHOTO by special arrangement with Le Comité de fêtes et de l’animation Culturelle de Lesneven (CFACL). Exhibited images will also be displayed online at the interPHOTO website. Purchase Prizes and Honorable Mentions will be awarded. Each participant in the gallery and online exhibitions will receive a Certificate of Participation. Vulgar or profane images will be disqualified.


As an entrant, you agree to indemnify and hold interPHOTO, its subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, agents, representatives, and employees harmless from any loss, liability, claim, or demand, including attorneys’ fees, relating to any claim made by any third party arising from exhibition of your work.

Use of Images

By entering their work for this juried exhibition, all participants agree to allow use of their images for promotional purposes, including, but not limited to, exhibition posters and brochures. Whenever and wherever used authors will be duly acknowledged. No royalties or compensation are payable for these purposes.

Sales and Intellectual Property

All exhibited entries (uneditioned) will be offered for sale per Sale Prices stated by the artist. No sale price should exceed €500.00. interPHOTO retains 50% of all sales. Unsold prints will be discarded at the end of the exhibition. All entries remain the intellectual property of the artist.

Method of Submission

Note 1: On the PAY FOR ENTRIES Page click the button corresponding to the number of images you are entering (e.g. €35.00 for 3 images, €60.00 for 6 images, and €90.00 for 10 images). Then make payment via PayPal when prompted.


Note 2: Submit your images by email to indicating “InterPHOTO 2019” in the subject line. The image file names should be very brief, and contain only letters of the English alphabet and underscores, stating your last name, image title, and number (Example: Smith__RecliningFigure__3.jpg).


Note 3: Each image must be in JPEG format, no larger than 1400 x 1800 pixels, and under 2MB. Entrants whose work is selected for the exhibition will be required to provide high resolution files for printing, matting and framing. As a free service, interPHOTO will print all images on appropriate paper with our EPSON SC-P600 and frame them with contemporary gallery frames — 16 x 12 inches (40 x 30 cm) mat opening. Each entry should therefore conform to the 16 x 12 inches (40 x 30 cm) format.


Note 4: In the body of your email, please include (a) Your first and last names, (b) Your city and country, (c) Titles and descriptions of all submitted images corresponding to the attached files, and (d) The selling price of each work in EURO (Example: €100.00).