Friday, September 7, 2007

Harriets Alter Ego - Open Call


The Gallery @ Harriet’s announces an open call for a juried photo exhibit curated by fashion and celebrity portrait photographer and filmmaker Kareem Black. Kareem’s photography has graced the pages of magazines such as Vibe, Sports Illustrated, Trace, Blender, Mass Appeal among many others. His client list is vast and varied including Sony Music, Samsung, Budweiser, MTV, W Hotels and Comedy Central and more. You may have caught Kareem shooting on America’s Next Top Model last season. Check out Kareem Black on the web at

ACCESS curated by Kareem Black
The lens will often give access to an individual in a mode that no other medium can. The photography works to be included in the ACCESS exhibition will have a peculiar composition that incites a feeling of exclusivity and causes the viewer feel privy to the photographed subject matter. This exhibit will examine how we receive and perceive intimate moments and public occurrences.

Show Dates:
October 14 – November 15, 2007
Opening Reception – October 14, 2006, 3pm to 6pm

There will be 25 photographers selected for this exhibition. Selected photographers are encouraged to print their works from sizes 8x10 – 12x18

Public Program:
November 1, 2007. – “From Stills To Reels”: Transcending from Photography to Film. Three photographers, including curator Kareem Black, screen their films. Q & A to follow screening.


Deadline for entries:
Friday, September 14, 2007

Entry Fee:
Submission Fee is $10US.

Submission Rules:
Submission are done electronically only. Maximum of 4 images at 72dpi. Please include a bio and resume in your package.

Please do not send materials to via snail mail to The Gallery @ Harriet’s. All materials sent to the gallery will not be viewed and cannot be returned.

To submit go to the gallery page at

Exhibition Guidelines:
All selected photographers will be responsible for delivery of work to be featured. Photographers will be responsible for picking up work at the end of show. All work should be framed.

Sales of Artwork:
Gallery retains 35% of all sales. Participants retain ownership of all intellectual property rights to their artwork.

Opened in the spring of 2006 in Prospect Heights, the Gallery at Harriet’s Alter Ego focuses on showcasing the work of emerging artists, and has become an important resource and support vehicle for Brooklyn-based artists. The Gallery and all of its programming are free and open to the public.

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