PHOTEX 2018 – Eyes

PHOTEX 2018: EYES

The theme of PHOTEX 2018 is EYES

Don’t turn a blind eye, go eyes out and may your submission be an eye-opener!
Interpret Eyes in any way you like, be it literally, metaphorically, compositionally, technically, socially, linguistically, etc.
Whatever makes sense to you and helps you create your pictures is welcome! Other submissions are welcome, too.
Due to the removal to the new building we do not know yet when and where we can hang the photos.
We will inform you about how to submit and details about the actual exhibition (when, where) in due time.
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Preliminary Submission Guidelines
Participation is open for all Amicale members and family.
• Max. 3 in print to be hanged in the exhibition.
• Size for prints (incl. frame): max. 1m for longer side*.
• Prints or frames should include a sturdy hanging means.
* No exceptions, don’t ask. 😉

PHOTEX 2017

PHOTEX is the annual photography exhibition of the Amicale Photo club at the European Patent Office in The Hague.

PHOTEX has been running for many years and allows for employees and family members to present their creative work to colleagues and friends.

PHOTEX 2017: REFLECTIONS

The theme of PHOTEX 2017 is Reflections. Please, be reflective, watch reflections, make reflections, use mirrors, water, the sky, yourself and friends or whatever you feel like. Interpret ReflectionS in any way you like, be it literally, metaphorically, compositionally, technically, socially, linguistically, etc.

Whatever makes sense to you and helps you create your pictures is welcome! Other submissions are welcome, too.

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PHOTEX 2016

PHOTEX is the annual photography exhibition of the Amicale Photo club at the European Patent Office in The Hague.

PHOTEX has been running for many years and allows for employees and family members to present their creative work to colleagues and friends.

PHOTEX 2016: SHADOWS

The theme of PHOTEX 2016 is “Shadows”. Interpret “Shadows” in any way you like, be it literally, metaphorically, compositionally, technically, socially, linguistically, etc. Whatever makes sense to you and helps you create your pictures is welcome!

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