"The 21st century arguably began on September 11, 2001 when terrorists attacked and brought down the World Trade Center in New York. As the world approaches the tenth anniversary of that cataclysmic event, SDN invites photographers from around the world to submit photographic essays offering us glimpses of the visual landscape of the 21st century.
We encourage photographers to think broadly about the term "visual landscape". We are interested in how the world looks different today than it did on September 10, 2001, particularly as a result of the political, cultural, economic, and interpersonal changes brought about in the wake of the events of September 11, 2001. "
Judges are: Nina Berman, Lori Grinker, Ed Kashi, Fred Ritchin, Glenn Ruga, Tomasz Tomaszewski, and Amy Yenkin
The Grand Prize is $1,000 plus work in a group show at the PowerHouse Arena.
SDN will accept entries from March 1 to May 31.
All of the details are here.