Sell your photographs at Photo Historica 2019!
The Center for Photographic History and Technology presents their first photographers’ sale, Photo Historica 2019, a sale of handmade photographs bought directly from the photographer.
Photographers working in historic and alternative handmade photographic processes will be selling their photographs directly to the general public. The photographers will be present to show their prints and answer questions.
The cost to participate in the sale is $500. Included in this price:
Exhibition space: The photographer is provided with a table, table cloth, 2 chairs, and one wall. You may bring additional small display units.
Photographers retain 100% of their sales.
Excellent foot traffic location in the railyard of Santa Fe, in the summer time.
Please click on the product below to sign up:
Activities of the event:
Opening Reception: July 5th 5 pm-8 pm
Photographers’ Sale: July 6th and 7th, 2019 from 10 am-7 pm
Platinum/Palladium printing; an 1880’s process using the metals platinum and palladium and an iron compound as the base of the photographic emulsion.
Wet Plate Collodion: Civil War Era “tintype” on metal
Kid’s Photography Table - kids will be able to make their very own cyanotype prints!
Speaker Presentations on the History of Photography
Large Format Camera Display
The Handmade Photograph juried selections from Bostick & Sullivan’s call for entries will be up and hung in the gallery. To learn more about the call for entries, please visit https://www.photo-historica.com/call-for-entries.
For more information, please call (505) 474-0890 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rules & Information for photographers selling their prints
The most important rule is that your photographs must be printed by you in a handmade historic or alt process. No digital prints are allowed, no exceptions. A digital negative can be used to make your print.
You must staff your table and sell our work directly to the buyer.
You can unload and arrange your photographs on Thursday, July 4th, 2019 between 12pm-4pm. Your table must be set up no later than July 5th at 2 pm.
You must remove and clean up fully on July 7th by 7 pm.
Photo Historica and the Center for photographic History and Technology is are not responsible for any loss of damage of any photographs or property.