A juried international photography exhibition
May 11 – June 6, 2017
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Monochrome photography is usually associated with black and white images. However, in the history of photography other hues, such as sepia and cyan were also used, and today there are countless examples of monochromatic images whose photographic qualities are based on the tonal range of various other colours. While monochromacity used to be a technological limitation for a long time, today it is more of an artistic choice. Photographers may opt for working with the shades of just one colour for compositional reasons or for reasons related to the expressive content of their images, and therefore their decision is to be interpreted. Our appreciation of contemporary monochromatic images is rooted in the knowledge that the lack of colour range is significant and meaningful, not merely a technological limitation.
Oliver Frohner and Ingmar Vinzenz (0640AM collective): Untitled No. 1
István Kürti: V2- Junction
Dane Strom: The Puppet Master Adjusts His Hat
Alexander Vedernikov: Reindeer Herder
Eliza Badoiu (Constanta, Romania), Tamás Bernáth (Budapest, Hungary), Julia Biro (London, UK), Eric Bladholm (Chicago, IL, USA), Xavier Blondeau (Gisors, France), Steven Bowers (Portland, OR, USA), Nancy Stalnaker Bundy (Minneapolis, MN, USA), Shauna Caldwell (Boone, NC, USA), Antonio Domingues (Paris, France), Oliver Frohner and Ingmar Vinzenz (0640AM collective; Vienna, Austria), László Gálos (Salgótarján, Hungary), Julie Gautier-Downes (Spokane, WA, USA), Luke Harby (Northampton, UK), Margrieta Jeltema (Vermezzo, Italy), Neil Kirtlan (London, UK), Nasu Kiyoshi (Kawasaki, Japan), Reka Komoli (London, UK), István Kürti (Budapest, Hungary), Keith Livers (Austin, TX, USA), Ioana Lodromanean (Timisoara, Romania), Beata Mamrol (New York, NY, USA), Anda Marcu (London, ON, Canada), Trevor Messersmith (Marlboro, NY, USA), Avijit Mukherjee (Kolkata, India), Ko Mumu (Tokyo, Japan), Michael Nemlich (Har-Adar, Israel), Khunya Lamat Pan (Austin, TX, USA), Asis Kumar Sanyal (Kolkata, India), Juergen Sarge (Cologne, Germany), Dane Strom (Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico), Zoltán Vadászi (Budapest, Hungary), Alexander Vedernikov (Moscow, Russia), Joshua White (West Jefferson, NC, USA), Marjan Zahed-Kindersley (Hastings, UK/Iran)
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