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The Shape of Things

A juried international photography exhibition

November 23 – December 16, 2017

Ruler No. 1
Dutch Curtain
Flowers No. 2
Columns, Prato
Ripples In Still Water
Becoming an Island No. 1
Turning Point
Hidden places No. 2
Hotel Cross Section
Sibiului No. 1
Untitled No.1
Forum District
Missed Call
Tenth Avenue
OI Aliens In Pasta Hot Tub
Arcs No. 1
Tangential Perspectives
Untitled, Ridge Spring, SC
The Human Print
Mirrors No. 1

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Objects in our visual environment come in many forms and photographers are often intrigued by the shape of things. In some photographic genres the images of things have a simple, depictive function; they are merely part of a complex image that may consist of several recognizable objects but their shape is not significant in the overall composition of the image. At the other end of the spectrum, abstract photography concentrates on shapes and forms for their own sake up to a point when we can no longer recognise the objects themselves. Between being either insignificant or the only significant element, the shape of recognisable things may also be the driving compositional component of an image. That is, the shape of things may be of central importance to the composition of photographs not only in abstract photography but also in other genres. These images capture our attention and stand out for their creative form.

Juror's choice

Barnabás Gajda: Ruler No. 1 

Honourable mentions

Marco de SarorceDutch Curtain

Marek Kubień: Untitled

Roma Sazonov: Flowers No. 2


Exhibiting photographers

Bruce Berkow (New York, NY, USA), Michael Cardinali (Jamaica Plain, MA, USA), Jessica Chen (New York, NY, USA), Declan Connolly (Liverpool, UK), Dóra Csörögi (Budapest, Hungary), Marco de Sarorce (Lille, France), Jake Freedman (Bozeman, MT, USA), Barnabás Gajda (Budapest, Hungary), Rob Gordon (Fayetteville, AR, USA), Kathleen Gulley (New York, NY, USA), Paula Haapalahti (Vantaa, Finland), Pierre Hauser (New York, NY, USA), Niki Helley Ward (Pleasanton, CA, USA), Margrieta Jeltema (Vermezzo, Italy), Neil Kirtlan (UK), Arsenia Kovaleva (Moscow, Russia), Marek Kubień (Andrychów, Poland), Mónika Kurucz (Besnyő, Hungary), Péter M. Nagy (Érd, Hungary), Yoshitaka Masuda (Tokyo, Japan), Trevor Messersmith (Marlboro, NY, USA), Márton Mikulás (Budapest, Hungary), Raheleh Mohammad (Cleveland, OH, USA), Annabella Pál (Budapest, Hungary), Anna Pepe (Leeds, UK), Hélène Petite (Bruxelles, Belgium), Rēvo (Cluj-Napoca, Romania), Roma Sazonov (Moscow, Russia), Charles Andrew Seaton (Gyeongju, South Korea), József Serfőző (Budapest, Hungary), Dina Sirat (Jerusalem, Israel), Nancy Stalnaker Bundy (Minneapolis, MN, USA), Peter C. Stitt (North Augusta, SC, USA), Maarten Vromans (Rotterdam, Netherlands), Ekaterina Zhingel (Moscow, Russia)

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