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Black Box Gallery - Street + Night + Architecture Photo Contest

Black Box Gallery

• Deadline: June 12th, 2024

• Prize: Exhibition in Portland + Sales

• Theme: Street + Night + Architecture

• Entry Fees: Yes

• REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE


Black Box Gallery - Trees and Water



Black Box Gallery is excited to announce a group photography show on Street + Night + Architecture. This show will be dynamic and have a balance of work from these different subjects. The show will explore the creativity and passion to make great photography within these different subjects. The show will look to push the boundaries of traditional exhibitions and celebrate the visions and styles of these important photographic concepts. The gallery encourages photographers to explore techniques and aesthetics and ideas that represent the creativity and possibility of contemporary photography within these different subjects.  

Juror: Todd Johnson

Todd Johnson is the founder and director of Black Box Gallery. Todd received his MFA in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute. He has been a photography portfolio reviewer for Photolucida (PDX OR), Critical Mass (PDX OR), Dodho Magazine (Barcelona, Spain) and Blue Sky Gallery (PDX OR). Todd has worked as an independent curator for exhibitions at Linfield College (McMinnville, OR), Gallery Homeland (PDX OR), Mile Post 5 (PDX OR), The Waiting Room Gallery (Minneapolis, MN), 4X Gallery (PDX OR) and The Gorilla Art Gallery (San Francisco, CA). He has worked in arts education and arts administration for 25 years. 

Johnson has exhibited his photographic work in Portland OR, at The University of Oregon (White Box Gallery), Marylhurst University (The Art Gym), Pacific Northwest College of Art, Reed College, Linfield College, FalseFront Gallery and Augen Gallery. National exhibitions include Bushwick Open Studios (Brooklyn, NY), Carroll Square Gallery (Washington, DC), Hi Lo Gallery (Olympia, Washington), Davis and Cline Gallery (Ashland, Oregon), Midway Gallery (Bloomington, Illinois) and The Diego Rivera Gallery (San Francisco, California).

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