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A curated international photography exhibition

November 21 – December 14, 2019, Main Gallery                                   newsletter

Red No. 1
Red No. 2
Lurking No. 2
Hotel Room scene No. 1
Hotel Room Scene No. 8
Beloved Bark
The Pearl
Sleepless 2: Cut Apart
Maestro No. 1
The art class (for traditionalists)
The art class (for naturalists)
I Had a Bad Dream
Duo Power of Balance No. 2
Lady of the Lake
Weaver Leokadia
Frozen Tea Party No. 1
Frozen Tea Party No. 2
#NoFgm No. 5
Napkins and aprons
Wedding is off
Sameheads Stills No. 1
Confessions No. 1
Flight of the Napkins
Landscape without Deers No. 1
Haunted No. 3
Home Remedies
This Is Not a Story
Not Quite Sure
Saint Catherine of Alexandria
The harmony

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Although staged photography emerged as a distinct artistic genre only a few decades ago, staging has been a standard photographic practice from the early days of the medium. For some genres like still life, fashion or nude photography, setting the stage and directing the models are almost intrinsic aspects of the creative process. Photographs belonging to other genres, for instance portraits, may or may not be staged or directed. For this exhibition we are looking for images, which have been constructed to create a unique meaning. We invite works created by artists who, in addition to that of the photographer, also assume other creative functions, such as setting or designing the scene, directing the model(s), sometimes designing the costume and set, or even applying makeup and prosthetics. Staged images, however, do not necessarily have to involve human or nonhuman models as they may rely merely on the arrangements of selected objects into a meaningful scene.

Juror's choice

Stefanie Lebowski: Red No. 1 and No. 2

Honourable mentions

Joe Cancilla: Lurking No. 2

Donna Garcia: Chemistry

Judith MinksHotel Room Scene No. 1 and No. 8

Exhibiting photographers

Aardenburg & De Vries (Beverwijk, Netherlands), Elizabeth Bailey (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Kat Bawden (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Julien Bihan (Montréal, Canada), Lindsay Brice (New York, NY, USA), Joe Cancilla (Montreal, Canada), Brian Cann (Waldenbuch, Germany), Jaina Cipriano (Lexington, MA, USA), David Czernobilsky (Herzliya, Israel), Mark A. Dierker (Dubuque, IA, USA), Sylwia Fornalczyk (Warsaw, Poland) Donna Garcia (Atlanta, GA, USA), Lara Genovese (London, UK), Nadide Goksun (Scarsdale, NY, USA), Paula Haapalahti (Vantaa, Finland), Caroline Heinecke (Berlin, Germany), Neil Kirtlan (London, UK), Stefanie Lebowski (Paris, France), Gene Lee (San Francisco, CA, USA), Yoshitaka Masuda (Tokyo, Japan), Alireza Memariani (Hormuz Island, Iran), Judith Minks (Harlingen, Netherlands), Matei Muntiu (Ipswich, UK), Rachel Nixon (Vancouver, Canada), Robert J Perez III (Gainesville, FL, USA), Léna Piani (Ajaccio, France), Katalin Pusztaszeri (Budapest, Hungary), Zsuzsanna Szatmári (Budapest, Hungary), Zahra Tarkhan (Tehran, Iran)

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