Exhibit your work at the Museum of London alongside the major exhibition London Nights, featuring work from the likes of Chloe Dewe Mathews, Bruce Davidson, Brian Griffin and Tom Hunter.
What goes on in one of the world’s biggest cities after the sun goes down?
From neon lights to mysterious nocturnal pursuits, a new competition by the Museum of London supported by British Journal of Photography invites photographers to submit work that explores London after dark.
The competition is free to enter and open to anyone in the world over the age of 18. The deadline to enter is 11.59pm (GMT) 20 March 2018.
• Have your work exhibited at the Museum of London as part of Dark Corners.
• Receive coverage from British Journal of Photography and Museum of London.
• Receive the bespoke framed prints of your exhibited work included in the show.
• Be given a private tour of London Nights by the exhibition’s curator and invited to the VIP launch.
Thank you for entering, the competition is now closed and the shortlist will be announced in the next few days!
‘Dark Corners’ is a Museum of London competition supported by British Journal of Photography. Please click here for more information on sponsored content funding at British Journal of Photography.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Dark Corners” in the subject line.