Deadline: November 22, 2020
Entry Fee: €22
Prizes: €1,000 Cash Prize, €2,500 Purchase, participation in the exhibition, publication in the journal
Les Boutographies is a Festival of Contemporary Creative Photography open to all photographers living in Europe.
Since 2001 The Boutographies – Rencontres Photographiques de Montpellier have been oriented towards young, emerging European talent. After seven years in the Boutonnet district (hence the name) the event moved in 2008 to the centre of Montpellier, where it now offers photographers, public and partners one of the finest exhibition spaces in the south of France.
A jury composed of professionals concerned with the image selects fifteen works to be exhibited, and a further fifteen to be projected.
The criteria for selection by a jury of professional in the photographic field are a height creative level, originality and a coherent personal vision.
There is No Theme
- The official selection (on the walls)
- The selection Jury Projection (in projection)
You don’t need to choose. If you are selected by the Jury, your work will automatically be assigned to one of these two selections.
- The Jury Prize
– The prize is an award of 1000 euros, plus the purchase to the value of 2500 euros, of one or more prints by the Town of Montpellier for its permanent collection.
– This prize rewards a young European photographer whose development is deemed particularly worthy of encouragement. It is not intended simply to honour a particular body of work, but to send a signal of support to a photographer who the jury believes has the potential to go much further. This prize is awarded during the first weekend of the festival.
- The Public Prize
– Offer part production by Photon.
– This prize rewards a photographer chosen by the vote of the general public. This prize is awarded during the final weekend.
- The Reponses photo Prize
– The prize consists of a portfolio published in Réponses Photo magazine.
– Chosen by the editor of the magazine, this prize is awarded during the first weekend of meetings.
- The Photon Prize
– Production of an exhibition for 3 months at Toulouse’s Photon laboratory.
– It awards a photographer participating in the Jury’s projection.
- Les Jours Prize
– Publication of a portfolio in Les Jours web magazine.
– This prize is awarded during the last weekend of meetings.
- 22 euros per dossier sent (it is possible to submit several).