Macedonian Photographs to Be Promoted at Louvre Museum in Paris
RAM memory photograph by Anita Palceska from Skopje is one of the photographs which will be digitally displayed at the Louvre Museum in Paris within the Exposure Award ceremony presented by See.me organization.
Professional and amateurs photographers from 191 countries of the world participate at the competition whose photographs were selected via online voting at See.me website.
See.me is a web-based arts organization located in New York. See.me specializes in providing online profiles that creatives can use to display, promote, and gain support for their work.
The site caters to artists, photographers, musicians, designers and creative enthusiasts.
Exposure is a photography award, a book and a global celebration of the image, awarding over ,000 in prizes.
The jury panel will select the one photographer to be honored at the reception at the Louvre Museum in Paris.
With submissions from 191 different nations over the past five years, the photography submitted to Exposure has been seen by over three million viewers.
Palceska’s photograph competes in the “Still Life” category and represents a great success for the Macedonian amateur photography since it was chosen from thousands of photographs that have been submitted at the competition.