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Wanted: Photo Contributor for NYC Art Fairs by New American Paintings
February 17, 2012, 8:15 am
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We try to cover as much contemporary painting as we can on the NAP/Blog, and sometimes we need your assistance. Are you going to be visiting the art fairs in NYC March 7-11? Do you have a nice camera? Are you the type of person that likes to document visits to your favorite gallery? If so, we could use your to help covering the fairs for our blog. We want to post photographs of your favorite artworks and installations while at the fairs next month (Armory, Volta, Scope, The Art Show, etc..). Share your art fair experience with our blog readers all over the globe.

The selected “photographer” will receive a two-year subscription to New American Paintings, a dedicated blog post for the photographs (with full credit, of course), and a link to their personal website or blog.*

To be considered as our guest photo contributor, please fill out the form here by February 26th. We need to know a little bit about you and get a few samples of some photographs that you’ve taken while gallery-hopping or visiting an art fair.

Thanks for participating and good luck! We will introduce our guest contributor(s) at the end of the month.

*Photographers will be responsible for their own transportation and admission to the fairs. All images must be submitted by Sunday, March 11.
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Reblogged this on OH!PEN and commented:
“New American Paintings” needs your help!

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