A juried international photography exhibition
October 26 – November 18, 2017
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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.
Sandra Bacchi: Untitled No. 4
Imola Balázs: Memory of my mother
Bruce Berkow: White Dress
Vicky Martin: Somewhere
Judi Altman (Ocean Springs, MS, USA), Sandra Bacchi (Pittsburgh, USA), Imola Balázs (Budapest, Hungary), Bruce Berkow (New York, NY, USA), Hilde Charlotte Blomberg (Hemnes, Norway), Eva Brunner (Berlin, Germany), Dóra Csörögi (Budapest, Hungary), Linda De Nobili (Rome, Italy), Thouly Dosios (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Evgeniya Efremova (Saint Petersburg, Russia), Marien Gadea (Valencia, Spain), László Gálos (Salgótarján, Hungary), Iwetta Gintowt (Krakow, Poland), Gary Justis (Bloomington, IL, USA), Susan Keiser (Ossining, NY, USA), Epiphany Knedler (Greenville, NC, USA), Matt Lawrence (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Hubert Lebaudy (Paris, France), Joanna Madloch (Montclair, NJ, USA), Vicky Martin (Staffordshire, UK), Tatiana Mavromati (Athens, Greece), Livio Morabito (Paris, France), Boris Nazarenko (Moscow, Russia), Victor Necho (Lyon, France), Wayne Palmer (New York, NY, USA), Thomas Pickarski (New York, NY, USA), Matthew Portch (Melbourne, Australia), Natasha Rudenko (Moscow, Russia), Elena Santucci (Perugia, Italy), Heather M Schmaedeke (Berlin, Germany), Dina Sirat (Jerusalem, Israel), Márton Takács (Budapest, Hungary), Zoltán Vadászi (Budapest, Hungary), Merethe Wessel-Berg (Oslo, Norway)
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