The self(ie) and the other:
A juried international photography exhibition
August 6–26, 2015
These are exciting times for portraiture. Professional and amateur photographers alike have responded to the cultural, social and technological changes by reinterpreting the age-old genre of creating portraits of themselves and of others. Preserving and renewing traditions go hand in hand in contemporary photography, and portraiture have gained much along the way. The possible contexts are endless, and remaining neutral is almost impossible. Portraiture has changed, and we may as well take a closer look at where we are now.
Nancy Oliveri: Coney Island Venus
Russ Rowland: Through The Looking Glass (Caroline)
Ana Tornel: Hidden No. 4
Michelle Robinson: Mourning
Jennifer Bacon (Seattle, WA, USA), Yiyun Chen (Cleveland, Ohio, USA), Cecil EciAm Gresham (Bloomfield, CT, USA), Michael S. Honegger (Nice, France), Diana Nicholette Jeon (Honolulu, HI, USA), Susan Keiser (Ossining, NY, USA), Josiane Keller (Cleveland, OH, USA), Hwa-Kyung Kim (New York, NY, USA), Judit Kis (Budapest, Hungary), Nathan Klein (Reading, UK), Kristina Martino (Iowa City, IA, USA), Dan McCormack (Accord, NY, USA), Trevor Messersmith (Marlboro, NY USA), Paul O'Leary ( Leicester, UK), Nancy Oliveri (New York, NY, USA), Andrew Ortiz (Arlington, TX, USA), Jodi Patterson (Richland, WA, USA), Edyta Pękala (Olsztyn, Poland), Betty Press (Hattiesburg, MS), Michelle Robinson (Adelaide, Australia), Eunika Rogers (Memphis, TN, USA), Russ Rowland (New York, NY, USA), Jade Sips (Antwerp, Belgium), Philippa Stannard (Perugia, Italy), Ana Tornel (Paris, France),
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