Event Date: June 7 & 8 - In conjunction with the Currents New Media Festival opening weekend

Where: Santa Fe Railyard

The Big Reveal: Telling Truth in an Age of Fiction
Photography today can feel invisible. It saturates the news, social media, advertising, and vernacular uses in everyday life. Yet, photography’s ubiquitousness gives it a quiet power in numbers. It aids in the telling of important truths and lies; reinforcing rhetoric and debunking myths. Photography has the power to tell a story from an individual perspective and to be understood by the masses. The Big Reveal: Telling Truth in an Age of Fiction explores how photographers today are revealing truths and addressing the roles of fact and fiction in contemporary society.

Photographers working in all subject matters are encouraged to apply. 

About the Summer Slides:

CENTER hosts a juried and curated thematic slide show as part of the PhotoSummer offerings in Santa Fe. The ‘slide’ projection takes place at a different outdoor venue every year. Up to 50 artists are invited to join the presentation each year. The event is free and open to the public and typically takes place over the course of two evenings. In 2019, Summer Slides will take place at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe as part of the CURRENTS New Media Festival. 


Juror: Angie Rizzo, Exhibits & Programs Manager, CENTER

Angie Rizzo is a Curator, Writer, and Arts Administrator based in Santa Fe, NM. Currently, she is the Exhibits and Programs Manager at CENTER where she works with award-winning photographers and professionals in the field of photography. She regularly contributes to THE Magazine, for whom she writes about Southwest-based photographers. Before CENTER, she was Visual Arts Curator at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe where she curated up to twelve exhibitions annually in a 6,000 square foot gallery space and commissioned several large-scale sculptures and installations. She was Curator for A Very Long Line by Postcommodity, a video installation that was included in the 2017 Whitney Biennial in New York, NY. She has worked with many artists of note, including: Allison Smith, Paula Wilson, Robert Williams, Cannupa Hanska Luger, Jill O’Bryan, Micol Hebron, The Institute for New Feeling, M12, Postcommodity, Joel-Peter Witkin and more. 


DEADLINE
// May 22, 2019 at 11:59pm MST
SUBMIT
// 10 - 20 images from a body of work or series
// Digital images must be in jpg format, 1920 pixels on the longest side, with a recommended closed file size 300 - 900kb
PROJECT STATEMENT
// Project statement limited to 325 words. At the top of the statement include project title, medium and size of the prints.
QUESTIONS
Call 1-844-CENTER-1 in U.S. and Canada and 505-984-8353 internationally during business hours or email programs@visitcenter.org