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A curated international photography exhibition

November 17 – December 10, 2022                                                       newsletter

Time Lapse
Radici No. 5
Yesterday. Magritte Home
Making Alcoholic Beverage Tuica No. 1
Making Alcoholic Beverage Tuica No. 2
Entrance into Contemplation
Remmants from Life
We are the ancients
Eight years down and a lot of ink ago: Lori 2022 vs 2014
Timeless No. 1
Timeless No. 2
Radici No. 1
Parallel Universe
Time Dancer
Nature's Cycle
Here's Looking At You
Sands of Time
There Was...
5th Nude of 19th August, 2022
Virtual – Chloé Lula
Someone I never met
Snow in Summer
Post Pandemic Big Bang nº 1
Post Pandemic Big Bang nº 8
On a Well-Traveled Road
L'invitation Au Voyage
Once Upon a Time 7
Cet Heurt
After Master. Magritte Attic
Wildgrass March
Wildgrass May
Living Room 1
Living Room 2
Living Room 5
Yellowstone Trees
Yellowstone Trees
An Extension of Clouds
Drawing the Light Curtains
Interruption of time
Autumn leaves
Behind the curtains
HB Humor in Death
Time Flies
No Time
Withered rose No.1
Withered rose No.2

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Time is a central concept in our lives, yet no one has ever seen it. It is the measure of our everyday life, but we rarely reflect on the fact that this fundamental organizer of our life is also a human creation. Throughout history, humankind has developed countless artifacts to perfect the measurement of time, documenting the cycles in nature, the change of the days and seasons. The changes of our own bodies as time is passing by also confront us with our own mortality. In urban spaces, clocks and bells help us track the passing of time, so that we don’t miss the train, our date, or we are not late from work. It is peculiar that when we are having a good time, we feel that it passes faster, while when we are bored or are having a bad time for some reason, it seems to be passing very slow. Depicting the passing of time in a still image has been a welcome challenge for photographers, as well as capturing a fleeting moment. Timelessness and eternity are also present in nature, in human life as well as in our built environment.


Curator's choice

Béla Bertók: Time Lapse 

Honourable mentions

Leonardo FioriRadici No. 5

Paul Kessel: Corner

Inna Rogatchi: Yesterday. Magritte Home

Exhibiting photographers

Andreea Andrei (London, UK), Marea Atkinson (Adelaide, SA, Australia), Paola Francesca Barone (Naples, Italy), Béla Bertók (Mürzzuschlag, Austria), Brian Cann (Waldenbuch, Germany), Victoria Crayhon (Pawtucket, RI, USA), Rosemary Davis (Golden Valley, MN, USA), Paul Delpani (Vienna, Austria), Leonardo Fiori (Fosciandora (Lucca), Italy), Florin Ion Firimita (Winchester, CT, USA), Sari Fried-Fiori (Katy, TX, USA), Roger Gaess (Brussels, Belgium), László Gálos (Capelle aan den Ijssel, Netherlands), Rytis Gervickas (Kaunas, Lithuania), Margrieta Jeltema (Bolsena, Italy), Paul Kessel (New York, NY, USA), Jose Ney Mila Espinosa (Kissimmee, FL, USA), Janet Milhomme (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Fern L. Nesson (Cambridge, MA, USA), Torsten Pauer (Vienna, Austria), Léna Piani (Ajaccio, France), Inna Rogatchi (Turku, Finland), Joseph Dominic Roman (Modesto, CA, USA), Amy Shapiro (New York, NY, USA), Dina Sirat (Netanya, Israel), Adrian Stavovy (Melbourne, Australia), Allan Syphers (Gwynedd Valley, PA, USA), Fie Tanderup (Aarhus, Denmark), Tamás Varga (Budapest, Hungary), Eddy Verloes (Boutersem, Belgium), Trudy L Waterman (Naper, NE, USA), Brigitta Witek (London, UK), Eiji Yamamoto (Saarbruecken, Germany), Root Yarden (Upper Galilee, Israel)

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