Published on : Thursday, May 7, 2020
The Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) recently announced that it is planning to organise a photo exhibition open to the public as and when permitted. The exhibition aims to bring together the emotion and the unforgettable moments of the health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in the form of a photo tribute.
The exhibition is set to take place in the port’s Clock Building upon allowance from the authorities. PAV is currently looking forward to inviting all photography fans, professionals, or amateur to participate in order to carry out the exhibition. Participants are required to send their capture to the Port of Valencia in order to enter the exhibition.
A group of photojournalists has been bestowed with the responsibility of selecting the pictures that will be exhibited in the Clock Building. The images should serve as a sample of the most representative moments and human experiences lived during this health crisis: at work, with the family, in a shop, in the hospital among others.
PAV has arranged for an official ID for the collection of the photos that can be translated in English as “come hell or high waters”. All images should be uncompressed (unless required by email capacity) and should be sent in the size at which the image was captured. The title of the picture and the full name of the author which will be named in the physical and virtual website exhibition should also be mentioned alongside the entry.
PAV has also mentioned that the submission of pictures automatically implies that Port Authority is authorised to use the images received for the indicated exhibitions and other promotional supports to promote the campaign. In addition to the physical exhibition, the APV will also organize a “virtual exposition” that will collect all the pictures at the official site of the port.