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In Between Gallery Open Call

The In Between Gallery open call for emerging photographers is open until 14 November, 2022.

Work on display at the In Between Gallery
The In Between Gallery, courtesy of Fabrica

Fabrica Gallery has launched its annual Open Call for submissions for the In Between Gallery.

Emerging photographic artists should submit their work by Monday, November 14.

The annual open call sees work displayed in a 4×3 metre window of Fabrica.

There is no theme. However, artists are asked to submit work that will function well for a large-format print set within the window frame.

The panel will favour work in a square format.

Images which are light or bright will work best as there is a light filter on the window.

In Between Gallery

In Between Gallery is a temporary space displaying contemporary photography between the main exhibition programme at Fabrica.

It is a partnership between Fabrica Gallery, Spectrum Photographic, Photo Fringe and Loupe Magazine.

The window faces directly onto Duke Street – one of Brighton’s busiest pedestrianised quarters.

The judging panel includes representatives from the partner organisations as well as artist and curator Ibrahim Azab and independent curator Cairo Clarke.

Work on display at the In Between Gallery
The In Between Gallery, courtesy of Fabrica Gallery

What you win

The winning image will go on display in the window from December, 2022, to April, 2023.

The selected artist will receive a fee of £200 plus travel costs.

They will also be the featured speaker at the Artist Talk & Photography Networking Event on February 8, 2023.

Information about the artist and their work will feature on the Fabrica website and via promotional materials produced by Fabrica, Photo Fringe, Spectrum and Loupe.

How to apply

There is no cost to enter.

The deadline for applications is Monday, November 14.

To apply, send an email to with the email subject line IN BETWEEN GALLERY SUBMISSION 2022.

Applications should include:

  • One low-res image (jpg or png)
  • Title and contextual information concerning the image (doc or pdf)
  • Biography/CV (doc or pdf)
  • A website link showing a range of work

Applications must be in English and are open to UK residents only.

Only one image, which can be new or existing work, can be submitted.