MCNY Open for Hurricane Sandy Exhibition Submissions

29th Jan 2013

Museum of the City of New York

On October 29, 2013, Superstorm Sandy devastated much of the United States’ Eastern Seaboard. In New York City – the city that never sleeps – life came to a halt. In addition to physical effects, the psychological tolls on residents have redefined the city and New York’s full recovery remains distant.

To commemorate Hurricane Sandy, the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY) has opened a call for entries for all images portraying the affected region before during and after the storm. Selected imagery will be displayed in an exhibition to open April 2013. Photographers of all levels are encouraged to send in their images that encapsulate the city prior to damaging effects, during the storm’s dramatic landfall and the legacy that has remained.

Entrants have until 12pm EST, 3 March 2013 to submit their imagery. Applicants may submit up to 16 images. Those selected will be printed and become a part of the museum's permanent collection.

For the full guidelines and for more information on how to submit, please visit MCNY’s website here.