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Stories: Narrative Photography

A curated international photography exhibition

June 2 – 25, 2022                                                                                newsletter

Our Comfortable World
Prickly Pear and Stars
Morning after
Woman Smoking At the Window
Click Clack
Dreams Are a Great Journey
The Squabble
To be Eaten by Dogs
No Land Without a Lord
Bridge Crossing
On the Bridge
Possession No. 1
Possession No. 2
Day After Day, After Week, After Year
Splash Triptych
Tell me more
Left Out
The Norn's Lament
From the Thorn series No. 2
From the Thorn series No. 3
Valvular Oblivion
Arteria Femoralis
Morning After
Strange World No. 2
Strange World No. 4
Külvárosi történet I
Külvárosi történet III
I expect it
Shhh, it's a secret
14th Street
The Grass Is Greener
Sorry Wrong Number
Every Girl Should Be Married
Sadness No. 1
Late August
Number 66
2 Girls, Buenos Aires
In the Flow of Others, St. Petersburg
Super Blue Blood Moon
Our Lady
The emptiness of a toy
Traces of caring
Mother's Lair
Father's Lair
Brodsky in Venice
Hidden history
One summer
A reindeer herder in Lovozero reserve
Hereditary Saami reindeer herder
Transitions No. 4
Transitions No. 5
Garage Girls: C @ the Garage, #44
WakingDreams: Yamamba, #927
Disappearing Woman
Mrs Green
Education: The Only Hope
Nine 11 Memorial
Drops of Fear -  (Self Portrait)
Face It -  (Self Portrait)
And nothing else matters
Get connected
Children's curiosity
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While photography is popularly associated with capturing the moment, it has always been a sensitive medium of storytelling as well. Looking at a photograph may allow for understanding much about the past that has led up to the moment frozen in time; it may also enable the viewer to imagine the possible future unfolding of events that may evolve from the still record of the here and now. Photographers portraying people, objects, and places can tell us inspiring stories, provided we take the time to study and interpret the images. A narrative told in a single photograph is an exciting challenge for both photographer and viewer alike. Hopefully we appreciate these works with the care and curiosity they deserve.


Curator's choice

Andrew Boynton: Our Comfortable World

Honourable mentions

Ann ProchiloPrickly Pear and Stars

Jane Ross: Morning after

Diana Sosnowska: Woman Smoking At the Window

Exhibiting photographers

Mildred Alpern (New York, NY, USA), Emmanuelle Becker (Paris, France), Susan Borowitz (West Harrison, NY, USA), Andrew Boynton (Chicago, IL, USA), Lynne Breitfeller (Emerson, NJ, USA), Jenny Chernansky (New Orleans, LA, USA), Dorie Dahlberg (Long Branch, NJ, USA), Paul Delpani (Vienna, Austria), Mark Dierker (Dubuque, IA, USA), DK (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Diane Fenster (Pacifica, CA, USA), Francisca Filleul (Ottawa, Canada), Sari Fried-Fiori (Katy, TX, USA), Leena Holmstrom (Oulu, Finland), Éva Horvát (Budapest, Hungary), Stefanie Lebowski (Paris, France), Joanna Madloch (Montclair, NJ, USA), Lawrence Manning  (Nampa, ID, USA), Vicky Martin (Staffordshire, UK), Paola Panatta (Rome, Italy), Vasilios Papaioannu (Washington, DC, USA), Jürgen Pawlik (Woerthsee, Germany), Ann Prochilo (Swieqi, Malta and San Francisco, CA, USA), Dieter Provoost (Zedelgem, Belgium), Leonard Vincent Rode (Linköping, Sweden), Inna Rogatchi (Turku, Finland), Jane Ross (London, UK), Natalya Saprunova (Paris, France), Caroline Sattler (Montreuil, France), Michele Serchuk (New York, NY, USA), Diana Sosnowska (Rome, Italy), Allan Syphers (Gwynedd Valley, PA, USA), Leanne Trivett (Johnson City, TN, USA), Rebecca Uliczka (San Luis Potosi, Mexico), Eddy Verloes (Boutersem, Belgium), Eiji Yamamoto (Saarbruecken, Germany), Root Yarden (Upper Galilee, Israel)

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