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A curated international photography exhibition

February 14 – March 9, 2019                                                           newsletter

Daybreak in the Courtyard
Intersections No. 4
Hide and Seek
Abandoned Bar, Croatia
Food Cart, Fifth Avenue
Altered Landscape
Girls in the town No. 3
Skipping girl
Pretty Fly
Rush Hour
Chelsea Street View
Side Entrance
Fence No. 2
Csepel Works No. 1
TAZ No. 4
Security camera obscura
Broken Lives No. 3
Critical No. 2
Untitled Morocco No. 1
Secure Place No. 1
The Lord Of All He Surveys
Urban Apathy No. 5
Floating through the night
Housing for low-income families
Kaposvar City Centre

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Urban spaces have always been significant sources of inspiration for photographers for a very good reason; the dwelling places of much of humanity provide intensified experiences of how we shape our environment and how we live in the environment we create for ourselves. Cities offer a bounty of visual stimuli for the eye and the camera to catch. The structural beauty of the still lines and shapes of the buildings and streets provide for exciting compositions. The ever-changing swirl of the streets challenges us to capture precious passing moments. Urban life shows an entirely different face during the day and with the lights on at night. There are endless ways of portraying the life of the inhabitants of cities, endless ways for photographers to construct their unique interpretations of what urban environments mean for them.

Juror's choice

Lindsay BriceDaybreak in the Courtyard

Honourable mentions

Brett Leigh DicksIntersections No. 4

Barbora Horská: Hide and Seek

JonkAbandoned Bar, Croatia

Exhibiting photographers

Bruce Berkow (New York, NY, USA), Dimitar Bonchev (Sofia, Bulgaria), Lindsay Brice (New York, NY, USA), Gábor Csanádi (Budapest, Hungary), Duncan Cunningham-reid (Julatten, Australia), Brett Leigh Dicks (Santa Barbara, CA, USA), Vesna Dobričić (Belgrade, Serbia), Suzette Dushi (New York, NY, USA), Gabriela Farias (Puebla, Mexico), Nadide Goksun (New York, NY, USA), Pelin Guven (Beijing, China), Barbora Horská (Martin, Slovakia), Shlomo Israeli (Jerusalem, Israel), Jonk (Paris, France), Paul Kessel (New York, NY, USA), Mónika Kurucz (Besnyő, Hungary), Ema Lancaricova (Trnava, Slovakia), Dóra Lázár and Gábor István Karaba (artist duo) (Budapest, Hungary), Alain Licari (New York, NY, USA), Alexandru Macavei (Timisoara, Romania), Laura Malaterra (Genova, Italy), Yoshitaka Masuda (Tokyo, Japan), Olga Merrill (Brunswick, ME, USA), Trevor Messersmith (Poughkeepsie, NY, USA), Ziad Naitaddi (Salé, Morocco), Shahab Naseri (Sanandaj, Iran), Negyed Négy (Budapest, Hungary), Anil Purohit (Mumbai, India), Russ Rowland (New York, NY, USA), Alfred Schupler (Bucharest, Romania), Wil Scott (Annapolis, MD, USA), Stefan Speidel (Tokyo, Japan), Gábor Szeley (Budapest, Hungary), György Sziraczki (Budapest, Hungary), Zoltán Vadászi (Budapest, Hungary)

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