A curated international photography exhibition
October 24 – November 16, 2019, Project Room newsletter
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The material nature of photographic subjects might be considered trivial, given the very nature of photography itself. There are, however, images whose photographic meaning emerges from the way the photographer approaches the materiality of objects, such as glass, metal, concrete, wooden, plastic, and all the other natural and artificial materials. Masters of photography often studied the texture, form and other physical qualities of objects with respect to their capacity to enrich the composition and the communicative photographic content of images. From architectural photography to still life, from portraits to experimental photographic images and abstract photography, qualities of the subject’s material often gain significance to be noticed and interpreted by the viewer.
Brian Cann: Net 1, 2 and 3 from the Series 'Networking'
Patricia Littlefield: Accidental Cactus
Szilárd Schlauszky: Wall texture
Dejan Todorović: Glitch
Alfons Cabrera (Barcelona, Catalonia), Joe Cancilla (Montreal, Canada), Brian Cann (Waldenbuch, Germany), Todd Dieringer (Akron, OH, USA), Julie Fowells (Los Angeles, CA, USA), László Gálos (Salgótarján, Hungary), Nadide Goksun (Scarsdale, NY, USA), Leena Holmström (Oulu, Finland), Mario Karlovcec (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Patricia Littlefield (New Paltz, NY, USA), Yoshitaka Masuda (Tokyo, Japan), Malgorzata Mikolajczyk (Warsaw, Poland), Rachel Nixon (Vancouver, Canada), Allison Roberts (St Louis, MO, USA), Szilárd Schlauszky (Székesfehérvár, Hungary), Charles Andrew Seaton (Surat Thani, Thailand), Dejan Todorović (Belgrade, Serbia)
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This exhibition was supported by the Local Government of Ferencváros District (Budapest Főváros IX. Kerület Ferencváros Önkormányzata).