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A curated international photography exhibition

October 22 – November 14, 2020                                                          newsletter

India On The Move No. 4
Diptych AKIM a
Diptych AKIM b
Abandon Control No. 2
Step Lively
Marius and his Wardrobe
Tender Leaves
Pizzica Pizzica - Focu Meu 2
Pizzica Pizzica - Focu Meu 3
Beyond Present No. 2
Beyond Present No. 3
India On The Move No. 3
Latex in Motion #3
Car Wash
Driving in the Driving Rain
White Car Traveling in the Opposite Direction
Eternal Youth
Impersonal Illusions
Eiszeit 1
Eiszeit 2
Water No. 2
Water No. 3
Sziluett Sziszi szellemeivel
Float No. 1
Float No. 2
Dream is a dream
In the depths
The Chrome Bather
Autumn Breath No. 2
First Morning's Light
The Art of Fire
Veiled 1
Veiled 2
Into the Forest No. 1
Into the Forest No. 2
Tammy Bouncing
Velodrome #52
Take me higher (Part 1)
Shadow Trail
Children Walking Through Street
People Walking By
Echo No. 2
Echo No. 3
A mirror
Plane Descending
Slim In Her Home , 2020
Alix, En Passant, var
In the Wind
Flamenco #1
Flamenco #2
Covid Dreams Paper Planes I.
Covid Dreams Paper Planes III.
Change dress
Pleated skirt swing

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Photography is a medium of still images; it cannot create the illusion of motion the way in which moving images such as film, video or cartoons can. The static nature of the image itself, however, has never prevented photographers from putting motion in the centre of their endeavours. Instead of freezing the moment they often strive for capturing movement and the passing of time in a variety of ways. The fragile moment might be broken by showing the sweeping power of motion. Capturing motion is never a mere given in photography because it is not a default option of the medium. Depicting or expressing motion is a welcome challenge for photographers; it is also the source of some of the most creative images in diverse photographic genres.

Juror's choice

Jenny Chernansky: Transfer

Honourable mentions

Thomas BundschuhIndia On The Move No. 4

Karmen Corak: Diptych AKIM a,b

McKenna SandersonAbandon Control No. 2

Exhibiting photographers

Mildred Alpern (New York, NY, USA), Ygor Bahia (Münster, Germany), Elizabeth Bailey (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Maria Grazia Becherini (Rome, Italy), Ruth Bruckner (Vienna, Austria), Thomas Bundschuh (Vienna, Austria), Brian Cann (Waldenbuch, Germany), Jenny Chernansky (New Orleans, LA, USA), Dan Cook (Philadelphia, PA, USA), Karmen Corak (Venice, Italy), Michael Corthell (Millis, MA, USA), Dorie Dahlberg (Long Branch, NJ, USA), Sofia Dalamagka (Arkitsa Fthiotidos, Greece), Claudia Dorninger-Lehner (Perchtoldsdorf, Austria), Sari Fried-Fiori (Katy,TX, USA), László Gálos (Salgótarján, Hungary), Lara Genovese (London, UK), Pelin Guven (Beijing, China), Elena Haliczer (DeKalb, IL, USA), Theodosis Karamanos (Nafplio, Greece), Alexandra Kinevskaya (The Hague, Netherlands), Debra Klawetter (Sachse, TX, USA), Markus Korenjak (St.Margareten im Rosental, Austria), Stefanie Lebowski (Paris, France), Yoshitaka Masuda (Tokyo, Japan), Debbie McCulliss (Greenwood Village, CO, USA), Jim McKinniss (Orcutt, CA, USA), Sabine Nagel (Potsdam, Germany), Satoko Nishioka  (Tokyo, Japan), Megumi Otsuka (Tokyo, Japan), Léna Piani (Ajaccio, France), Simona Ramponi (Rome, Italy), Sébastien Rannou (Bretagne, France), Joseph Rovegno (New York, NY, USA), Marian Rubin (Montclair, NJ, USA), McKenna Sanderson (Edmond, OK, USA), Szilárd Schlauszky (Székesfehérvár, Hungary), Carol Colby Tanenbaum (New York, NY, USA), Róbert Tasnádi (Szombathely, Hungary), Eiji Yamamoto (Saarbruecken, Germany)

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