Thursday, July 3, 2008

How I See Germany - International call for entries

The OMC Gallery for Contemporary Art is calling for entries:

September 26 to November 25 the OMC Gallery will present an international photography exhibition entitled:


Therefore photographers worldwide are invited to submit one original photograph, visualizing her/his interpretation of the theme.

The exhibition aims to show case a wide spectrum of approaches and point of views and is segmented in the following categories: people, still life, documentary, city, country, design, culture, abstract, history, contemporary, future, fiction.

The image has not to be taken necessarily in Germany. It can also show an imagination or fantasy of Germany or anything what may symbolize the country for you.

Assuming OMC will receive fascinating and inspiring results OMC intends to not only exhibit the work, but also cooperate with competent partners to publish and market the selected images to the benefit of all selected participants and involved partners.

All entries will be reviewed by Tyler Stallings (Curator and director of the Sweeney Art Gallery of the University of California, Riverside), Alan Griffiths (creator, founder and owner of, the world’s top website for collectors and connoisseurs of Fine Photography) and Rolf Goellnitz (owner of OMC Gallery for Contemporary Art). The jury decision is binding and is final.

Participants agree to the terms and conditions, which they will please request by contacting: or

Final entry date: August 31, 2008
Image size: minimum 8x12 to maximum 16x20 inches, unmounted
Technique: Color or Black & White

Send your photograph professionally packed to:

OMC Gallery for Contemporary Art
Rolf Goellnitz
7561 Center Avenue #32
Huntington Beach, CA 92647

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