On March 12th, the Analogue Gallery will be hosting their fourth annual Sound Image: Photo Exhibition and Contest, giving music photographers a chance to showcase their work to the public. This competition is an excellent opportunity for both amateur and professional photographers to exhibit their work to the public. Attracting industry insiders, art lovers and people from the art community alike, the Sound Image: Photo Exhibition and Contest helps celebrate the talented photographers who have captured some of the best moments in music on film. In addition to chance of win top prizes in the competition judged by special celebrity guests, music executives, and international tastemakers, every year some of the favourite pieces from this exhibition are chosen to be part of the Analogue Gallery’s permanent collection. Vote for your favourite photograph by their featured photographers for the People’s Choice Award here.
Curated and hosted by the Analogue Gallery, the Sound Image: Photo Exhibition and Contest is a chance for emerging and established musical photographers to display their work to the public. Last year’s celebrity judges included Brendan Canning of Broken Social Scene, Taylor Kirk of Timber Timbre, and renowned music photographer Barrie Wentzell. This year’s judges will be announced closer to the event.
Photo Credit: Lee Yip
Located in the heart of Queen West, the Analogue Gallery has become Canada’s premiere Rock & Roll gallery. It has become a home for an incredible collection of images depicting some of the most iconic musicians in rock history and an institution for culture showcasing established and emerging bands in a unique event space. With an ever-evolving collection of images, Analogue Gallery contains an impressive collection of photographs of rock legends such as The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Diana Ross, Jimmy Hendrix, and many others showcasing the such talented photographers that includes Ken Regan, Janette Beckman, Barrie Wentzell, Lynn Goldsmith, Jill Furmanovsky, Neal Preston, Don Hunstein, and more, the collection ranges in style and era, genre and form.
“We are honoured to once again bring to life pieces of passion and culture that showcase iconic moments in music history,” says Lucia Graca, Analogue Gallery Owner and Photographer. “We have been dedicated to sharing incredibly rare images and being a home for all things music in Toronto for the last five years. Sound Image Competition has always been an engaging way to find new and exciting shots and talent.”
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