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The Photographic Resource Center (PRC) is thrilled to announce its annual juried show EXPOSURE 2021: The 25th Annual PRC Juried Exhibition with juror Kris Graves, artist, and publisher of Kris Graves Projects. To celebrate this year's momentous anniversary the PRC Board of Directors will be selecting three EXPOSURE 2021 artists to receive the first annual PRC Choice Awards as a way to further the organization's support of the photographic community. The call for entries is now open and applications will be accepted through April 30th, 2021, available on the PRC website,

It was 45 years ago that photographers Chris Enos and Carl Chiarenza turned a newsletter about local photo exhibits and events into a Boston-area center for photography. The PRC has grown exponentially in the past four and a half decades and has become a gathering place for photo enthusiasts, photography students, and photographers at all stages of their careers. Since the inception of EXPOSURE in 1996 more than 300 photographers, working with traditional and non-traditional approaches to photography, have been selected to exhibit their work including an array of those established and emerging in the field. Each year a respected member of the photographic community is asked to select between 10 to 15 artists for exhibition and between 2 and 4 pieces per person, thus offering artists an opportunity to showcase their work at a deeper level than most juried shows, and making for a more enriching experience for audiences.

About Kris Graves
Kris Graves is based in New York and London and is an artist and the publisher of Kris Graves Projects. He received his BFA in Visual Arts from S.U.N.Y. Purchase College and has been published and exhibited globally, including the National Portrait Gallery in London, England and Aperture Gallery, New York; among others. Kris Graves Projects collaborates with artists to create limited edition publications and archival prints, focusing on contemporary photography and works on paper that address issues of race, identity, equity, gender, sexuality, and class