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Am I Invisible? Photography Open Call 2016

CONGRATULATONS!

First Prize: Oliver Emil Andersen “White Stripes”

Second Prize:  Joanna Smith “First Time on Two (Four) Wheels”

Third Prize: Marcelo Bernardini “Pico do olho D’água”

entry-9P (Copenhagen, Denmark) "I often go exploring on my bike in and around Copenhagen. Although it is a small city there is always something new to see, and my bike allows me to see my city from another perspective. This gloomy shot is a product of just that."

Oliver Emil Andersen “White Stripes” (Copenhagen, Denmark)
“I often go exploring on my bike in and around Copenhagen. Although it is a small city there is always something new to see, and my bike allows me to see my city from another perspective. This gloomy shot is a product of just that.”

Joanna Smith "First Time on Two (Four) Wheels" (Brooklyn, USA) "I helped organize a day to celebrate all things kids and bikes in Bed-Stuy this Spring. It was this tiny (brave!) kid's first time on a bike. He got an assist from an officer from the local precinct which was pretty darn cute."

Joanna Smith “First Time on Two (Four) Wheels” (Brooklyn, USA)
“I helped organize a day to celebrate all things kids and bikes in Bed-Stuy this Spring. It was this tiny (brave!) kid’s first time on a bike. He got an assist from an officer from the local precinct which was pretty darn cute.”

Marcelo Bernardini "Pico do Olho D'água" (Brazil)

Marcelo Bernardini “Pico do Olho D’água” (Brazil)

Many thanks to everyone who participated in the Am I Invisible? Open Call 2016

About Am I Invisible? Open Call 2016

Biking is for everyone! Am I Invisible? A Portrait of New York City Bicyclists is a juried open call for photography and art that celebrates the diversity and unique experience of urban bicycling.

Am I Invisible? Open Call is open to everyone in the world. The entry fee for the first photo is $30, and $10 for each additional entry. A portion of each entry fee is donated to Recycle-A-Bicycle.

The three best images will be selected by a panel of judges from New York City’s art and bicycling communities. All the submitted images will be exhibited at the Lomography Gallery in New York City. A portion of each entry fee will be donated to Recycle-A-Bicycle.

WHEN:  Entries will be accepted beginning April 25 through June 15, 2016.

WHO:    Submissions are open to everyone, and accepted online.

HOW IT WORKS:  The three best images will be selected by a panel of judges from the New York City art and bicycling communities.  Everyone who enters will receive a 10% discount at participating bike shops from April 25 to June 15, 2016.

PRIZES:

First prize: $500

Second prize: $250

Third prize: $100

EXHIBITION: The entries will be displayed on bicycleutopia.com and at the Lomography Gallery in June, 2016.