Antiparos International Photo Festival Submissions - Deadline Extended

Antiparos International Photo Festival Submissions - Deadline Extended  - The fifth Antiparos International Photo Festival returns to the island of Antiparos in Greece this summer and there's still time to submit entries.

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Antiparos International Photo Festival


The Antiparos International Photo Festival (AIPF) will, once again, be taking place on the tiny Greek island of Antiparos in July. 

The guest of honour at this year's AIPF, which will be held from 7 to 15 July, is the celebrated Greek photographer, teacher and writer Platon Rivellis. Platon will also give a workshop (theme not yet decided) and will be a member of the Selection Committee.

This year, the AIPF hopes to build on the success of previous festivals and, as always, the festival will be held in the evenings in the 15th century Venetian castle. Other events are also planned for around the festival.

The AIPF is held annually in July on the beautiful island of Antiparos in Greece. Often described as the world's smallest international photography festival, the AIPF exhibits the work of 15 photographers carefully selected on the basis of technical and artistic merit. In the past, the AIPF has drawn photographers from around the world, with an emphasis on allowing young, up-and-coming talent to exhibit alongside experienced professionals. Photographs are exhibited in the 'Anti' art gallery and outdoors on the walls of the 15th century Kastro. 

Submissions for the sixth edition of the Antiparos International Photo Festival (AIPF) are now open and will continue until 20 April. Work should be submitted via the festival's website and festival organisers welcome submissions from all over the World.

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