A juried international photography exhibition
July 6 – August 1, 2017
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Exploring the possibilities of the different technological means of creating photographic images has always been a challenging aspect of the ever-evolving practices of the medium. This not only pertains to traditional devices such as pinhole cameras, but also to new technological advances like mobile photography. Some consider smartphones with their built-in cameras, apps and special effects to have brought us about a revolution in photography on a par with the industry-changing 1888 Kodak camera and its 1897 successor, the folding pocket Kodak camera. Ever since the end of the 19th century there have always been voices that decried the mass production of images inherent in new technological developments; this, however, has never stopped photographers from exploring the creative possibilities that the new devices may offer. It is mobile photography now that has become the ground for such experimentation and recognition. We would like to contribute to this development by offering a platform for photographers to show how they make use of the creative potential in mobile photography.
Erik Deerly: Databent 54
Nina Weinberg Doran:Untitled
Jiří Havrda: Paris No. 1
Kaz Kondo: Sakura 2017
Emese Altnőder (Budapest, Hungary), Tamás Andok (Budapest, Hungary), Robert Atwater (Southampton, NY, USA), Eliza Badoiu (Constanta, Romania), Bruce Berkow (New York, NY, USA), Nancy Bundy (Minneapolis, MN, USA), Khalil Charif (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Nadia Cianelli (Perugia, Italy), Erik Deerly (Kokomo, IN, USA), Éva Grünwald (Üröm, Hungary), Paula Haapalahti (Vantaa, Finland), Maureen Haldeman (Malibu, CA, USA), Jiří Havrda (Prague, Czech Republic), Hukaya Lipótzy Berta (Tokyo, Japan), Jana Hunterová (Prague, Czech Republic), Miluše Jančová (Ostrava, Czech Republic), Diana Nicholette Jeon (Honolulu, HI, USA), Gary Justis (Bloomington, IL, USA), Linda Kessler (New York City, USA), Kaz Kondo (Tokyo, Japan), Eduard Korniyenko (Stavropol, Russia), István Kürti (Budapest, Hungary), Oleksandr Lykhohrai (Kharkiv, Ukraine), Fréderic Mahy (Enghien, Belgium), María Alejandra Mata (Boston, MA, USA), Trevor Messersmith (Marlboro, NY, USA), Wolfgang Nebel (Oldenburg, Germany), Robertas Raibužis (Vilnius, Lithuania), Wendi Schneider (Denver, CO, USA), Jessica Skelton (Dublin, Ireland), Jessica L. Strachan (Detroit, MI, USA), Cathy Vernet (San Francisco, USA), Nina Weinberg Doran (Mount Kisco, NY, USA), Anastasiia Yehorova (Kryviy Rih, Ukraine), Maurizio Zanetti (Verona, Italy)
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