Now Accepting Entries for the Best Photo Book 2011 of Latin America

Editorial RM announces the second edition of The Best Photo Book of Latin America competition. The Mexico- and Spain-based publisher is dedicated to celebrating the best in Latin American art, and its latest call for entry seeks photo books—with or without text—where the work’s primary message is carried through photographs.

The competition is open to all photographers residing in Latin America, regardless of nationality. Registration is free and open through July 15th at All submissions must be previously unpublished, shot within the last five years, and prepared for high quality book publication.  Submissions will not be returned.

The winner will be announced November 1st on RM’s website.  His or her work will be published in book form (in both English and Spanish) and promoted internationally by RM. The winner will also receive fifty complimentary copies of the book. In addition to the winning project, RM will display fifteen to thirty outstanding projects on its website as well.

This year’s highly esteemed jury includes Martin Parr (U.K), Horacio Fernandez (Spain),  Ramon Reverte (Spain / Mexico),  Jonathan Rockemore (U.S.A),  Dierre Neubert (Germany),  Iata Canabrava (Brazil), Marcos Lopez (Argentina), Paolo Gasparini (Venezuela), and Andreoti Olivier (France).

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For questions, email [email protected].


And coming later this week on EXPOSURES: look for behind-the-scenes coverage of Aperture’s upcoming fall release,

The Latin American Photo Book!

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