1 / 5       From the exhibition Despite Similarity to Reality - This is a Work of Fiction. © Ryan Spencer Reed.

2 / 5       From the exhibition Non ti scordar di me. © Daniele Pasci.

3 / 5       From the exhibition Across the River Tales of a Divided City. © Jasper Bastian.

4 / 5       From the exhibition Mongolia's Urban Youth - Between Tradition and Globalization. © Marika Dee.

5 / 5       From the exhibition A Route of Melancholy. © Didier Bizet

COTM 2016: OFF Circuit is back

After the successful 2015 edition, that featured 120 works from all over the world, at this year's edition of Cortona On The Move the selections of OFF Circuit have already started and will allow 5 artists to show their works during the event. On top of these, other ten authors will have their works projected «in a public space during the event's opening night of the 2016 festival».
In order to access the selection, participants will have to present an original work around the topic «the trip intended as movement, discovery and inner change» by the 31st of March 2016. In order to be accepted the works submitted will have to have a minimum of 10 images and a maximum of 20, in JPEG format of maximum 2 MB each. A text of maximum fifteen rows should explain the work, which will have to be completely original. Moreover, in this year's edition one work, among the works left outside the selection, will participate in Paratissima, in Turin next November. Taking part to the contest is free and open to any photographer, without distinction of age, gender and nationality.
It is also possible to participate with two different works, to both OFF Circuit and Happiness on The Move. The latter is in fact an international contest that will open on the 15th of April 2016 and organised with the collaboration of Consorzio Vino Chianti.
This year Cortona On The Move – as anticipated by its Executive Director, Antonio Carloni, in last year's interview with FPmag – will last more than the past editions opening on the 14th of July and closeing on the 2nd of October and will still be under Arianna Rinaldo's artistic supervision. Lastly, it is worth reminding that FPmag will be Cortona On The Move's media partner.
In the gallery section it is possible to view the pictures of the awarded authors of last year's edition.

deadline: March 31st, 2016
entry fee: free
prizes: five photographers will have the chance to exhibit their works during Cortona On The Move 2016 edition. Other ten authors will have their works projected
info: off@cortonaonthemove.com
www.cortonaonthemove.com


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[ INTERNAL RESOURCES ]
[ FPtag ] Cortona on the Move 2015
[ video ] Interview with Antonio Carloni

[ EXTERNAL RESOURCES ]
Paratissima
Cortona On The Move

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