What's On at RPS House
International Photography Exhibition 162: 15 February - 22 March 2020
Stark landscapes of the American West awarded in IPE 162.
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IPE 162 Exhibitors
Congratulations to the 43 international photographers selected for the International Photography Exhibition 162.
About IPE 162
The RPS International Photography Exhibition (IPE) celebrates photography from across the globe. Each year, the touring exhibition is selected from a worldwide open-call, encouraging submissions from international photographers of all levels. Alongside the opportunity to exhibit, £4,000 is awarded to support future photographic projects.
The 162nd edition of this historic exhibition, opens at RPS House, Bristol, in February 2020. We are very grateful to both theprintspace and the selection panel for their support of the IPE.
IPE 162 Selection Panel
Learn more about this year's panel of respected industry leaders.
History of the IPE
The International Photography Exhibition (IPE) is an annual international open-call to photographers and image-makers of all ages. Each year, a touring photographic show is curated by some of the most influential people in photography today.
Steeped in history, the IPE has been held almost every year since 1854, the year after The RPS was founded and is the longest running exhibition of its kind in the world. In the early years, the exhibition included work from some of the world's most eminent photographers including Julia Margaret Cameron, Roger Fenton, Edward Steichen and Paul Strand.
Submit your work
The IPE 163 call for entries will open in Autumn 2020!
Open to photographers of all ages and abilities, the next call-for-entries to the International Photography Exhibition (163) will open later in the year. To be notified when entry is open please send a reminder request to the Exhibitions Department
RPS Journal - IPE 162 Issue
The award-winning RPS Journal is exclusively available to RPS members.
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