©	Leah Abrahams

© Leah Abrahams

©	Erika NJ Allen

© Erika NJ Allen

©	Michelle 	Ann

© Michelle Ann

©	Roger Archibald

© Roger Archibald

©	David Berg

© David Berg

©	S. Maria 	Brandt

© S. Maria Brandt

©	Joy	Bush

© Joy Bush

©	KimLien	Dang

© KimLien Dang

©	Dusty Davison

© Dusty Davison

©	Nicholas	Dimond

© Nicholas Dimond

©	Gary Duehr

© Gary Duehr

©	Mitch Eckert

© Mitch Eckert

©	Julie	Fowells

© Julie Fowells

©	Beth Galton

© Beth Galton

©	Rick	Gayle

© Rick Gayle

©	Lingxue Hao

© Lingxue Hao

©	Douglas	Hartford

© Douglas Hartford

©	John Kaminski

© John Kaminski

©	Michaelann Kelley

© Michaelann Kelley

©	Catherine Kunkemueller

© Catherine Kunkemueller

©	Owen Markham

© Owen Markham

©	Oona Nelson

© Oona Nelson

©	Oriana Poindexter

© Oriana Poindexter

©	Kate	Pollard Hoffmann

© Kate Pollard Hoffmann

©	Larry Risser

© Larry Risser

©	Joanne Scherf

© Joanne Scherf

©	Wright Schickli

© Wright Schickli

©	August Schwerdfeger

© August Schwerdfeger

©	Shoshana Spencer

© Shoshana Spencer

©	Meredith	Starr

© Meredith Starr

©	Ron	Testa

© Ron Testa

©	Vanessa R Thompson

© Vanessa R Thompson

©	Tim	Walters

© Tim Walters

©	Shan Wu

© Shan Wu

©	Odeta Xheka

© Odeta Xheka

© Alex Yelenoc

© Alex Yelenoc

 International Juried Photography Exhibition
Opening Night Reception: Saturday, June 18TH 6-8PM
Notification Date: May 25TH 4PM CST

Exhibition Dates: June 18TH - July 2ND, 2022


Juror | Praxis Directors 
Food photography is a still life genre used to create attractive, idealized representations of food to enhance its marketing appeal to the consumers.  Praxis is not interested in idealized food; we are interested in photography that documents the leftovers, the remains, the aftermath of food during or after its consumption. Examples of the aftermath of food include: Meal remnants, food covered plates, utensils and cups. Rotting and molding food. Food waste. Pest infested food. Dries bits, moldy bits. Food dried to surfaces. Burnt food. Food covered faces and clothing. Food dropped to surfaces. Food in environmental settings. People eating food. Food chewing, mashing, gnashing and any unvarnished representations of packaged, processed and frozen food types. 
Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic works that explore any possible concept of the aftermath of food. All genres, capture types, black & white and color, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.