Call for entries – BJP’s International Photography Awards 2016

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British Journal of Photography’s annual International Photography Award is now open for entries, offering the winners the chance to show their work at TJ Boulting, an innovative gallery in the heart of Fitzrovia, central London.

The winners will also have their work printed and framed by one of Europe’s leading professional photography labs, theprintspace.

Now in its 10th year, the IPA has established itself as one of the photography world’s leading showcases for new work, with last year’s series winner, Dominic Hawgood, attracting rave reviews in The Guardian and Time Out.

This year’s elite judging panel, drawn from the worlds of photography, art and media allow entrants to get their work in front of the most influential people in the industry.

This year’s panel includes:

Kate Bush, head of photography at Media Space within The Science Museum, London
Sean O’Hagan, photography critic at The Guardian and The Observer
Emily Graham, culture & education manager at Magnum Photos
Bruno Ceschel, founder of Self Publish, Be Happy and photobook expert
Hannah Watson, director of Trolley Books and TJ Boulting Gallery in London
Ewen Spencer, award-winning photographer and filmmaker
James Reid, director of photography at Wallpaper* magazine

Photographers may enter projects on any topic, with two categories to choose from: one awarding the best series of images, and the other the best single image. Both winners will have their work printed and framed by theprintspace and exhibited at TJ Boulting gallery in central London for two weeks.

We are currently offering a 35% off early bird entires until 31st August 2015.

The closing date this year is Sunday 08 November 2015.

For more information, and to enter, visit