Photography Competition 2024

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THE ARTISTS FORUM is proud to announce the finalists for this year’s PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION, featuring 2 works that best highlight our 2024 Competition Theme – TECHNO-FEUDALISM.

These works have been created by independent artists originating from the United States. 

The Finalists are (in no particular order):

“The Techno-Ragers” by Alexis Krasilovsky (US)
“Sacrifice” by Charles Warren Lane (US)

Congratulations to all our Finalists!

Thank you to our 2024 Photography Competition Jury: Leah den Bok, Julie Mardin, Todd Ford, Amos White V

Finalists works will be showcased and winners announced the same day by invitation only during our Juried Arts Awards Ceremony on June 22, 2024 at MNN Studios – El Barrio Firehouse  — 175 E 104th Street in Manhattan.


THE ARTISTS FORUM PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION, part of our juried arts programming, is open to photographers of all levels seeking to gain exposure in the New York City and international arts and media market.

Its mission is to provide an accessible platform for photographers to present their best work for juried selection, increase artist communication and business contacts, provide career advancement opportunities, and publicly award talented artists.

THE ARTISTS FORUM INC., now in its 25th year, is a New York City based non-profit arts service organization specializing in events, juried competitions, and media for artists. The organization provides an unparalleled platform for emerging and mid-career artists to share their stories with the world’s creative communities.

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2024 PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION FINALISTS

FINALISTS SUBMISSIONS

THE TECHNO-RAGERS

(2021)
Photographer: Alexis Krasilovsky (US)

The photographer states: “Puttering around outside the post office, I came upon this broken machine. It reminded me of cyborg goddess: half-broken but regal, perched on a line of someone’s blood…” “I gave her a clone to avoid leaving her alone without hope.”

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SACRIFICE

(2020)
Photographer: Charles Warren Lane (US)

(Synopsis coming soon)

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JUDGES

Leah den Bok

Canadian-born fashion, beauty, and portrait photographer, Leah den Bok, has been traveled to cities around the world photographing people experiencing homelessness. She has authored a book series entitled Nowhere to Call Home.

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Julie Mardin

Julie Mardin is an NYC-based artist/photographer. She uses toys in her work since the mid-90s after noticing the prevalence of violent military weapons fancifully displayed on toy store shelves, finding they offered visual shortcuts for her themes when deconstructing society, and using them to evoke pleas for pacifism in lieu of violence.

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Todd Ford

Todd Ford is a Berlin-based American artist with a focus on live performance, cultural events, and corporate photography for real estate development.

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Amos White V

Amos is an inter-disciplinary multimedia artist, event producer, and exhibit designer. A graduate of the College of Human Ecology at the University of Maryland, College Park, Amos bridges his passion for the arts and human relations with the formation of THE ARTISTS FORUM.

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