The 2018 New York Photo Review Is Seeking Applications
Sponsored by The New York Times Lens blog, the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism and United Photo Industries, the 2018 New York Photo Review is a free portfolio review open to any photographer over the age of 18.
Set to run on April 21 and 22, the event will bring together 160 chosen applicants with 75 top photo editors, publishers, video producers, gallery owners and curators. Reviewers include Michele McNally, the director of photography at The New York Times; Kathy Ryan, the director of photography at The New York Times Magazine; David Walker, the executive editor of PDN; Chris Boot, the executive director at Aperture; Sarah Leen, the director of photography at National Geographic Magazine; Steven Kasher, the founder of Steven Kasher gallery; and Alessia Glaviano, the senior photo editor of Vogue Italia.
Applicants must submit no more than 20 photographs from one or two projects to this form. Photographers who have participated in the past are not eligible.
The first session, on Saturday, April 21, will be for photographers 21 and older. These photographers will receive six private critiques. The second session, on April 22, will be exclusively for photographers aged 18 to 27, and will include four private critiques as well as workshops on how best to present, promote and publish photographs.
All accepted applicants will be informed by February 20.