Issue 14 – YES TO ALL, guest edited by Sylvie Fleury
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Issue 14 Theme

We are pleased to announce Sylvie Fleury as the guest editor for issue #14.

YES TO ALL is Fleury's framework for the open call.

Originating as a computer command, YES TO ALL is a recurring theme in Fleury's oeuvre used to comment on an increasingly uncontrollable consumer desire.

For issue 14, Fleury proposes to use YES TO ALL as a paradoxical leitmotif for selecting submissions. Fleury aims to challenge familiar photographic structural tropes of 'families', 'categories' and other groupings with the submitted material, by collapsing these very notions through the inclusivity YES TO ALL calls for.

Why submit to issue 14?

  • Have your work seen by artist Sylvie Fleury

  • Get the chance to be published in issue 14, become part of a truly collective work of art, guest-edited by Sylvie Fleury and get a free copy plus additional copies at a highly discounted rate

  • Get the chance to publish an Artist Feature on dergreif.org, a highly-frequented international source of photographic art

  • Be part of related events Der Greif will organize in relation to the release of issue 14

Voluntary Donation

Der Greif is a registered non-profit. We believe this organizational structure best reflects our artistic and cultural mission. As always, your artistic contribution makes our work on Der Greif possible.

This year we are asking you to consider making a financial contribution as well. That's why we're suggesting a voluntary donation of 12 € as a submission fee. 100% of the funds we collect from your donations will go towards helping us produce issue 14.

We believe in inclusivity. We don't want this suggested donation to stand in the way of your submission. If you are unable to contribute financially, please send an email to extravoucher@dergreif.org to receive a voucher code which will allow you to enter for free.

Timeline

Call for entries open
4 March 2021
Submission deadline
9 May 2021
Notification about selection
May 2021
Publication of DER GREIF Issue 14
November 2021

Requirements

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    1 to 5 images per submission

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    File type must be JPG

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    At least 3000px on the long edge

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About Sylvie Fleury

Engaging with the mechanics of materialistic desire, aesthetics and the construction of value, Sylvie Fleury's sleek, alluring works provide a lens through which contemporary politics of gender, beauty and consumerism can be re-evaluated. Fleury's diverse practice encompasses a variety of media and references, including luxury clothing, accessories and cosmetics, magazine covers, the world of Formula 1 racing, spaceships and icons of modern art.

The Swiss artist was born in 1961 in Geneva, where she lives and works. Fleury has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States. In 2018 she was awarded Switzerland's Prix Meret Oppenheim and in 2015 received the Société des Arts de Genève Prize. Her work is held in international institutions.

About Der Greif

DER GREIF is an award-winning organisation for contemporary photography. As a print publication, international online platform, and as a curatorial team, DER GREIF’s aim is to facilitate and help shape dialogues between image-makers and the images themselves. The artistic core and root of the project is our annual, ad-free print publication. The website is an exhibition-, communication-, and information platform for participants and anyone interested in contemporary photography. DER GREIF connects the digital (global) and the analogue (local), exploring and expanding the borders and limitations of image distribution and reception in a digital era. All DER GREIF projects connect virtual, physical and / or printed spaces.

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