Open Call to exhibit at Revela’t 2024 

The call for submissions aims to select three projects carried out in the field of analog photography that will be awarded (production, transport, and fee) and displayed at the next edition of the Revela’t Festival, that will take place from May 18th to June 16th, 2024. Apart from these first three awarded projects, several more can be selected for exhibition if their authors wish, but in this case without the award benefits.

The exhibition opportunity at the festival includes support for the travel and stay of the winners, international promotion and meeting spaces with other professionals in the cultural field and specifically photography.

The call is open to all photographers who have an analog project and the ambition, desire and motivation to show it to the world. Revela’t is a projection platform that places internationally renowned and emerging photographers at the same level and welcomes them every year, because we believe in the strength of projects and the importance of giving opportunities to authors who do not yet have a career consolidated, Revela’t means international projection at any level of the author’s path.

All the participants, selected or not, will have the opportunity to share their work in a digital projection that will take place at the festival’s main venue.

Call closed. The deadline was in October 18th, 2023.

About the Festival

The Revela’t Contemporary Analog Photography Festival is the first analog festival in the world and has been held for twelve years in Vilassar de Dalt (Barcelona, Spain). The festival is a month-long celebration of analog photography that includes exhibitions, markets, workshops, portfolio reviews, residencies… and many other activities, bringing together in the same space relevant and emergent artists, some of them being exhibited for the first time.

During the MainWeekend of the festival, all the authors meet in person, a multitude of activities and meetings are prepared such as a brunch with gallerists, curators, editors and other professionals in the photographic field, guided tours, presence in the media, conferences … One of the most valuable things you will get from the Revela’t are the important contacts you will meet and the relationships you will create here.

Who can apply to this Open Call ?

Amateurs or professional photographers of any nationality, origin or place of residence, who have a project in the field of chemical or analog photography and that is related to the theme of the 2024 edition, IDENTITY, can register for the call.

How to Submit

For the third consecutive year, we are doing it through Picter, a platform widely used for this type of call, very easy to use and that allows you to save your projects to submit them to other calls around the world. It is also a very practical tool for the jury, making voting quicker but also more mindful and accurate.

When you go to upload the project, you will be asked for a BIO (up to 1500 characters) and a PROJECT DESCRIPTION (up to 2500 characters) and between 10-15 images of a minimum of 1500px on the longest side and in JPG format. That’s all. If you prepare it in advance, you will go through the process very quickly.

Of course, more than one project can be submitted, but as separate entries.


Rafa Doctor (Calzada de Calatrava, Ciudad Real, 1966)
Art historian and independent manager

He has worked at MNCARS, Casa de América, Canal de Isabel II. He created and directed MUSAC, he was director of CAF. Currently, he directs Encuentros de Nuevos Artistas in Santiago de Compostela and Editorial Los Doscientos.

He is the founder of Animal Capital and author of Monstersforanimals.

David Hill (Southampton, Reino Unido, 1969)
Director of David Hill Gallery

He studied photography at Berkshire College of Art & Design, David Hill worked in the music industry before opening David Hill Gallery in West London in 2015. The gallery stands out for its insightful selection of artworks, which have often been overlooked, but which representatively capture the changes cultural and political aspects of their context.

Špela Pipan (Eslovenia, 1987)
Curator and project manager at Photon Gallery

Špela Pipan is a curator and project manager at Photon Gallery (Ljubljana and Vienna), specializing in modern and contemporary photography. She has curated several exhibitions and researched the history of photography in her native country. Co-organizer of the educational program of Photon Gallery, aimed at young photographers and their introduction to the international art market.


The three winners will receive the following prizes. For full details, see the Terms and Conditions

  • Production or transport of the project
  • Travel support to come to the festival during the Main Weekend
  • Accommodation for 1 night during the Revela’t Main Weekend
  • National and International visibility and promotion
  • FULL PASS and access to the exclusive BRUNCH
  • Inclusion in the festival program
  • Meet with industry professionals during the Main Weekend
  • Presence in the media

All the participants will have the opportunity to exhibit their project in a digital projection throughout the month of the festival, which will take place in the same space as the other exhibitions. By registering on the form and giving your consent, your project will automatically become part of the digital projection.


I would like to submit more than one project. Is possible?

Yes, sure. You can submit as many projects as you like, each of them counts as one entry.

Can I participate as a duo or collective?

Yes, you can do it. Every year we have collective and duo exhibitions.

Who covers the production costs of my work?

The first three winners will have the production and exhibition of their work (valued between €1500-€500 depending on their score in the call). Every year we select some additional projects to give them the opportunity to exhibit at our festival. However, the festival will not cover the costs of non-winning productions.


Is my exposure guaranteed?
Your works will be insured for the period they are on display at the festival centre.
Will I be able to sell my work?

Yes, the organization will provide the public with dossiers with the sale prices of the works throughout the festival period.

What does the registration fee cover?
The €20 fee helps to cover the administrative costs that include the selection process, as well as the promotion of the call, the festival and individual exhibitions. If you are a Friend of Revela’t, since you already contribute to the festival, you get a 50% discount on each registration.
Can I submit my project if I already did it last year?

Of course! You can even submit the same project if you wish! The theme has changed, and maybe this year suits it better!

Does the project have to be exclusive or unpublished?
No, your project may have been shown or presented in other calls or festivals.
If I'm a Reveal Friend, how do I get my 50% discount?
All Revela’t Friends will receive a CODE by mail to access the call with the discount.
Will I receive feedback on my work?
Due to the large number of entries received, the jury will not be able to provide specific comments.

The 2023 Winners

Jean-Marc Caimi y Valentina Piccinni
Umana Natura

John Sanderson
Railroad Landscapes

Jenni Haili
Songs of Wit and Wisdom

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