Exhibit your work at the Museum of London alongside the major exhibition London Nights
What goes on in one of the world’s biggest cities after the sun goes down?
A new competition by the Museum of London supported by British Journal of Photography invites photographers to submit work that explores London after dark.
From neon lights to mysterious nocturnal pursuits, we are looking for images that reveal London from new perspectives.
Photographers are invited to enter any, or all, of the five different categories – North, South, East, West and Central London – depending on which area of London you feel your images best represent. A maximum of 10 images may be entered per category.
The five winning photographs (one from each category) will be exhibited in a display accompanying the Museum of London’s major, upcoming photography exhibition, London Nights. Featuring the work of over 50 photographers, the exhibition will present a range of interpretations of the capital after hours.
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.
Each category winner will:
Have their work exhibited at the Museum of London as part of Dark Corners.
Coverage from British Journal of Photography and Museum of London.
Receive the bespoke framed prints of their 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.
Please visit the direct link to enter.