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A curated international photography exhibition

August 27 – September 16, 2020                                                          newsletter

お風呂 (Bath) No. 5
The Hermit
Monochrome Quarantine Still Life No. 1
Sun Light
Presideo No. 582
Roxie No. 1867
Dunes’ Edge #4
Dunes’ Edge #5
Secret Garden
Dark Bulbs
Fragment 3
Fragment 3
Wait What?
Don't You Remember Me?
la Poetisa Dia de Los Muertos
Juan Lopez New Mexico Silversmith
Gold #2
Into the Woods
Stay the Line
A troubled dream No. 2
Fehér, Szürke, Fekete
The Devil
Seattle Abstract
Under the quilt
Memories of a Midwest Domicile: American Gothic 2020
Kyle, September
Untitled, April
Entangled Reality No. 1
Entangled Reality No. 2
Pace of Nature I
Pace of Nature II
Monochrome Quarantine Still Life No. 2
The Window Above
Mini Donuts
Swing of Time
Man in the light
Cigaret diptych
The sudden beauty of toilet paper
お風呂 (Bath) No. 1
I Was About To Write No. 1
I Was About To Write No. 2
Up There
Winter Brompton
The Office
End of the week
Ferris wheel at nigh
Old man and child

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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 also rooted in the knowledge that the lack of colour range is significant and meaningful, not merely a technological limitation.

Juror's choice

Alex Lobo: お風呂 (Bath) No. 5

Honourable mentions

Nadia GativaThe Hermit

Éva Horvát: Monochrome Quarantine Still Life No. 1

Allan SyphersSun Light

Exhibiting photographers

Byron J. Abels-Smit (San Francisco, CA, USA), Debra Achen (Monterey, CA, USA), Mildred Alpern (New York, NY, USA), Christopher Behrend (Buffalo, NY, USA), Michael J Berkowitz (Shokan, NY, USA), Slim Blanks (Whitehorse, Canada), Catherine Caddigan (Randolph, MA, USA), Brian Cann (Waldenbuch, Germany), Charles Crain (Miami, FL, USA), Brita d’Agostino (Las Cruces, NM, USA), Dorie Dahlberg (Long Branch, NJ, USA), Paul Delpani (Vienna, Austria), Todd Dieringer (Akron, OH, USA), Amirreza Eslami (Behshahr, Iran), László Gálos (Salgótarján, Hungary), Nadia Gativa (Dublin, Ireland), Lars Gesing (Denver, CO, USA), Jeremiah Gilbert (Loma Linda, CA, USA), Nadide Goksun (White Plains, NY, USA), Suzanne Gonsalez-Smith (Grand Forks, ND, USA), Paige Greco (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Pelin Guven (Beijing, China), Maureen Haldeman (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Éva Horvát (Budapest, Hungary), Elizabeth Kayl (Loveland, CO, USA), Michael Knapstein (Middleton, WI, USA), Inbal Kristin (Ashkelon, Isreal), Mónika Kurucz (Besnyő, Hungary), Ladka Kurzrock (Sydney, NSW, Australia), Kristóf Kutschera (Pápa, Hungary), Petra Liljestrand (Berkeley, CA, USA), Alex Lobo (Tokyo, Japan), Yoshitaka Masuda (Tokyo, Japan), Léna Piani (Ajaccio, France), John Pingree (Waterdown, Ontario, Canada), Anil S. Purohit (Mumbai, India), Sébastien Rannou (Bretagne, France), Jane Ross (London, UK), Joseph Rovegno (New York, NY, USA), Marian Rubin (Montclair, NJ, USA), Szilárd Schlauszky (Székesfehérvár, Hungary), Allan Syphers (Gwynedd Valley, PA, USA), Ilya Trofimenko (Dresden, Germany), Eiji Yamamoto (Saarbruecken, Germany)

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