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Photo: Ed Spence

Intricate photo collages created from hundreds of handmade “pixels.”

Photo: Ed Spence

Intricate photo collages created from hundreds of handmade “pixels.”

Photo: Stephanie Borcard and Nicolas Metraux

Portraits of Thai hairdressers and their humble living quarters

Photo: Stephanie Borcard and Nicolas Metraux

Portraits of Thai hairdressers and their humble living quarters

Photo: Herra Kuulapaa

High-speed ballistics photography

Photo: Herra Kuulapaa

High-speed ballistics photography

After last year’s successful collaboration with Boston’s Flash Forward Festival, this year The Fence, the unique, site-specific and outdoor photographic exhibition brought to you by the fine folks at United Photo Industries, expands to a third location, Atlanta, teaming up with Atlanta Celebrates Photography. This year photographers from around the world have the opportunity to submit work to be considered for all three exhibition locations—NYC, Boston, and Atlanta—all through one submission.

Photographers are invited to submit their best image series that captures the essence of ‘community,’ exploring one or more of these categories: home, people, streets, creatures, or play. Work will be reviewed by an internationally renowned jury of over 30 photography professionals from all corners of the art world.

With an expected audience of over 1.5 million people, The Fence provides unprecedented visibility and opportunities for photographers, so don’t miss out—submit here http://fence.photovillenyc.org/register/

After last year’s successful collaboration with Boston’s Flash Forward Festival, this year The Fence, the unique, site-specific and outdoor photographic exhibition brought to you by the fine folks at United Photo Industries, expands to a third location, Atlanta, teaming up with Atlanta Celebrates Photography. This year photographers from around the world have the opportunity to submit work to be considered for all three exhibition locations—NYC, Boston, and Atlanta—all through one submission.

Photographers are invited to submit their best image series that captures the essence of ‘community,’ exploring one or more of these categories: home, people, streets, creatures, or play. Work will be reviewed by an internationally renowned jury of over 30 photography professionals from all corners of the art world.

With an expected audience of over 1.5 million people, The Fence provides unprecedented visibility and opportunities for photographers, so don’t miss out—submit here http://fence.photovillenyc.org/register/

Photo: Nobuto Osakabe

Leisure Time in Japan

Photo: Nobuto Osakabe

Leisure Time in Japan