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The Hamburg Portfolio Review creates opportunities
for aspiring international
We are pleased to announce the third Hamburg Portfolio Review.
Photographers from all over the world are invited to submit their work.
Our primary goal is to establish a new platform for the international photo scene in Europe. We want to create opportunities for aspiring photographers and contemporary storytellers from all over the globe and convene members of the worldwide photographic community to meet, help each other, have fun and exchange their knowledge and ideas.
The Hamburg Portfolio Review offers photographers the opportunity to present their work to international experts in the photographic industry.
A top-class jury will screen all applicants and select 100 photographers, who will be invited to join the Review in September. Due to Covid the Hamburg Portfolio Review will be held virtually this year. During the face-to-face Portfolio Reviews, the chosen photographers will each meet 4 of over 50 photo experts from a wide variety of sectors and showcase their work in an exhibition.
We will give aspiring photographers a voice and visibility to their work by establishing contacts with publishers, media houses, museums, festivals, foundations, universities and institutions.
There are no genre requirements. However, the focus is on narrative photography, not on advertising imagery.
What winners receive:
The possibility to present and discuss their work 4 of over 40 internationally known experts from different photographic sectors
The chance to showcase their projects in an exhibition
The opportunity to establish relationships with international media houses, festivals, publishers and foundations
Hamburg Portfolio Review offers you the chance to build up a network of contacts and gain recognition within the photographic world
The Hamburg Portfolio Review is a collaboration between Gruner + Jahr with the media brands STERN and GEO and the University of Europe for Applied Sciences. Kindly supported by Canon Europe, Intesa Sanpaolo, the Altonaer Museum, FREELENS and the Hamburg Ministry of Culture and Media.
We are looking forward to your work
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