Our free photography contest recommendation of the day!
The works and the days.
Twenty one years revealing the world of work.
The theme of the photographs should focus on human beings (regardless of age, sex, or race) carrying out some form of work or occupation. Additionally, pictures could show the human presence through objects or materials; but the jury will decide on the appropriateness of these concepts. In essence our proposal seeks to focus the gaze of the photographers towards humans in their role as fundamental protagonist of the productive process.
As we are predominantly interested in Latin American workers, we also invite artists to send their photographs that document the social and working conditions of Latin American immigrants in developed countries. As well as those people that migrates between countries in Latin America.
The photographs will be put under the consideration of a jury made up of three well-known figures in the world of photography and documentary. The Jury will choose an only prize in each one of the four categories.
Prize “Working Women” US 1.300
The photographs must to document the work of the women in Latin America. We recommend investigating what new trades that women are playing, how are take part into the world of work.
Prize “Working Children” US 1.300
The photographs must to document the labor of boys, girls, or of young workers in Latin America.
Prize “Working Men” US 1.300
The photographs must to document the labor of the men in Latin America.
Prize “Working Immigrants” US 1.300
The photographs must to document the work and social situation of the Latin American immigrant in developed countries, as well as those people that migrate between Latin American countries.
Prize “Unions and work related conflicts” US 1.300
Invitation to send photographs showing work related conflicts in Latin-American, representing the work of unions and community organizations, showing strikes, workers occupying factories, street protests, protests over land uses, etc.