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A curated international photography exhibition

June 30 – July 23, 2022                                                                        newsletter

The Way We Were
Perchance to dream 17
Irene 1
Baby Grand, Leaving Home
Alive Desert No. 1
Alive Desert No. 3
Alive Desert No. 5
Perchance to dream 05
Where wild things slept last night #1
Where wild things slept last night #2
Phone Cord
Toward the Light
Room 831 1
Room 831 2
The Arc
Determination bend
Mellkép 1
Mellkép 2
Irene 2
Mind Body Problem
A Geography of Lines, 1
A Geography of Lines, 2
Anonymous Nude (IV)
Anonymous Nude (V)
Anonymous Nude (VI)
Connections No. 1
Connections No. 5
Dakota Studio Session
Lior Studio Session
This Is My Body
Portrait 5562
Portrait 7769
Masculine Adventures
Primary Colors
Full Frontal
Pensive Beauty
Untitled #1, Leaving Home
Between Worlds
Many Are Injuries of the Heart
The Gate-like Heart She Would Differently Enter
Her Back
Her Elbow
Dancers No. 1
Dancers No. 2
Unity No. 1
Unity No. 2
Untitled 1
Untitled 2
Untitled 3
Inertia No. 1
Inertia No. 2
Inertia No. 3
Unknown #1
Dog #1
With the shadow

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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

Robert S Johnson: The Way We Were

Honourable mentions

Eva BrunnerPerchance to dream 17

Lucilla Incarbone: Irene 1

Ann Prochilo: Baby Grand, Leaving Home

Exhibiting photographers

Fahimeh Abdollahi (Kortrijk, Belgium), Slim Blanks (Halifax, Canada), Eva Brunner (Berlin, Germany), Brian Cann (Waldenbuch, Germany), Jo Ann Chaus  (Edgewater, NJ, USA), Paul Delpani (Vienna, Austria), Ekaterina Denisova (Moscow, Russia), Mark A. Dierker (Dubuque, IA, USA), Michael Epps (New York, NY, USA), Aleksandra Golubchikova (Votkinsk, Russia), László Hegedűs 2 (Csákberény, Hungary), Chris Heintze (River Vale, NJ, USA), Lucilla Incarbone (Venegono Inferiore, Italy), Erin Jennings (Memphis, TN, USA), Robert S Johnson (New York, NY, USA), LART - Ágnes Réka Tóth (Budapest, Hungary), Michael Kelly-DeWitt (Sacramento, CA, USA), Micha Klimczak (Nuremberg, Germany), Steve Lease (Doylestown, PA, USA), Stefanie Lebowski (Paris, France), Joseph O’Neill (New York, NY, USA), Allison Plass (New York, NY, USA), Becca Pollak (Nashville, TN, USA), John Potter (Sherrill, IA, USA), Ann Prochilo (Swieqi, Malta and San Francisco, CA, USA), Inna Rogatchi (Turku, Finland), Barbara Simcoe (Omaha, NE, USA), Katalina Simon (Winchester, MA, USA), Dina Sirat (Netanya, Israel), Karolina Tutaj (Kraków, Poland), Esther Vitalini (Remedello, Italy), Giovanna Wilson Morello (Valparaíso, Chile), Natcha Wongchanglaw (Edwardsville, IL, USA), Eiji Yamamoto (Saarbruecken, Germany), Root Yarden (Upper Galilee , Israel)

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