Life Framer is a platform for discovering, sharing and exhibiting contemporary photography. We run monthly calls for entries, each with a different theme and judge – renowned photographers, curators, editors and gallerists – and at the end of every 12 months we exhibit the winners in gallery settings around the world.
Founded in London in 2013 by a team of photography lovers, we saw a space for something innovative and engaging – for an award with artistic integrity that felt accessible to emerging photographers. Since then we’ve evolved, expanding the team and our collaborators, exhibiting in further-flung locations, publishing photobooks and adding new features such as our Journal, memberships, public photographer profiles and portfolio reviews, but the passion remains the same – to celebrate creative photography online and in the flesh.
There’s no place like home as they say. This month we’re interested in ideas of the home – as a place and as a feeling. Your household or haven, your home country or your culture. Family life, domesticity, lockdown monotony and creativity, work and play. Be it literal or metaphorical, yours or someone else’s, from inside or out, show us what home means to you.
Documentary, architecture, conceptual, still life, portraiture, landscapes, editorial, food or fine art… all genres, approaches and interpretations welcome.
COMPETITION JUDGED BY MARION TANDÉ
For the last 10 years, Marion Tandé has been the Manager for the Department of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Before life at MoMA, she held managerial positions in fashion companies working with photographers such at Steven Klein and Bruce Weber among others, and in art galleries such as Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects.
Deadline: 30. April 2021