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A curated international photography exhibition

July 1–24, 2021                                                                           newsletter

Humanopolis No. 4
In a split second
Of flesh and concrete
You can not see them
I was here
In Exile
The Wall
Locked Out
You Say That I Am
Mother No. 3
Adoratio No. 1
Traces No. 2
Traces No. 3
Pictures of an exhibition #2
Pictures of an exhibition #3
Beachbodyscape 1
Beachbodyscape 2
Within Grasp
Skin Deep No. 3
The Moment
Humanopolis No. 3
A Sense of Belonging
Home No. 1
Home No. 2
Ivory Flame, 1
Ivory Flame, 2
Zinn Star
Zoe Celesta West
Divide Me
I'm coming
Black Crane
Hidden despair
The Conversation
A Conversation #3
Checking Her Text Messages
Study of Hands No. 1
Study of Hands No. 4
Palms, 2014
Corp No. 2
Mitochondria of fear 1
Mitochondria of fear 5
Amanda Lying by the Wall
Tiffany No. 1
Tiffany No. 3
Trying to Keep the Essential No. 2
Body positivity No. 2
Body positivity No. 3
Garden bath
Bodyscapes No. 2
Bodyscapes No. 3
Body shape No. 2
Body shape No. 3

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The human body, in full or in part, is often in the focus of various photographic genres. From documentary, event and street photography to fashion photography and the nude, photographers have always found ways of constructing images in which the specific portrayal of the human body gains significance. This may be stemming from the rich layers of meanings determined and shaped by the specific socio-cultural context of the image, the visual interaction of the human body with the surrounding physical space, or the intriguing compositional possibilities offered by the body itself. When focussing on the body, some photographers explore movements, study expressive gestures and postures, or concentrate on the beauty and details of the human anatomy. Some narrate whole life stories through the depiction of the human body. Others may offer stern visual criticism of our normative conceptions of the human body and its mainstream representation in Western media. 

Curator's choice

Jose Ignacio Hernández Larburu: Humanopolis No. 4

Honourable mentions

Viktoria AndreevaIn a split second

Jelena Janković: Of flesh and concrete

Anelyn Radulescu: You can not see them and I was here

Exhibiting photographers

Viktoria Andreeva (Vienna, Austria), Robert Atwater (Southampton, NY, USA), Kevin Bacher (Eatonville, WA, USA), Andrew Be (Brighton, UK), Michael Bomberger (Lancaster, PA, USA), Elizabeth Brown (London, UK), Eva Brunner (Berlin, Germany), Brian Cann (Waldenbuch, Germany), Paul Delpani (Vienna, Austria), Peter Devenyi (Ottawa, Canada), Mark A. Dierker (Dubuque, IA, USA), Mieke Douglas (London, UK), Suzette Dushi (New York, NY, USA), Francisca Filleul (Ottawa, Canada), László Gálos (Salgótarján, Hungary), Dave Hanson (Price, UT, USA), Jose Ignacio Hernández Larburu (San Sebastián, Spain), Ruby Hyde (Shepton Mallet, UK), Lucilla Incarbone (Venegono Inferiore, Italy), Jelena Janković (Belgrade, Serbia), Juta Jazz (Nicosia, Cyprus), Robert S Johnson (New York, NY, USA), Oleg Kamikaze (Riga, Latvia), Michael Kelly-DeWitt (Sacramento, CA, USA), Steve Lease (Doylestown, PA, USA), Stefanie Lebowski (Paris, France), Malcolm Sinclair Lobban (Toronto, Canada), Richard Luxton (Bristol, UK), Michael Marshall (Athens, GA, USA), Jim McKinniss (Orcutt, CA, USA), Ilse Oosterkamp (Arnhem, Netherlands), Khunya Lamat Pan (Austin, TX, USA), Anelyn Radulescu (Bucharest, Romania), Miguel Rozas (Berlin, Germany), Alfred Schupler (Bucharest, Romania), Carl Shubs (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Stuart Skalka (Sparks, NV, USA), Andreas Theologitis (Athens, Greece), Anna Tomaka (Grzebowilk, Poland), Věra Trávníčková (Kojetin, Czech Republic), Johan Vromans (Roosendaal, Netherlands), Eiji Yamamoto (Saarbruecken, Germany), Kata Zabos (Budapest, Hungary), Zheng Zhao (Beijing, China)

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