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LA Mobile Arts Festival: Exclusive Opening Night Photos

Submitted by on August 22, 2012 – 5:18 am 3 Comments
LAMAF opening night

LAMAF Main exhibit room opening night. Far right, Tiffany Trenda performing “Body Code”

The Los Angeles Mobile Arts Festival opened this past weekend to big crowds, a lot of press and rave reviews. It’s the largest iPhoneography and mobile photography exhibition to date. P1xels’ curator Knox Bronson was at the Opening Night Gala of LAMAF and has shared several of his photographs here. Click past the jump for photos of the artists and their work.

The series of snapshots captures several LAMAF artists near their works. For me, it’s always great to put a face with the name of the artist. Several flew in from around the world to attend or present. If you weren’t able to attend the opening, here are some of the faces that you missed.

The LA Mobile Arts Festival runs through Saturday, August 26 at The Santa Monica Art Studios. The festival is presented by iPhoneArt.com and The Santa Monica Art Studios. Life In LoFi is a media partner.

P1xels’ curator Knox Bronson and Adriane Biondo at the LAMAF Opening Night Gala

iPhoneographer Roger Guetta traveled from Montréal, Quebec for this event.

iPhoneographer Karen Divine

iPhoneographer Roger Clay

iPhoneographer Maddy McCoy

iPhoneographer Damian de Souza

iPhoneographer Kimberly Post rowe

iPhoneographer Adria Ellis

iPhoneographer Marie Matthews

All photos courtesy of Knox Bronson.

Knox Bronson is the creator and curator of P1xels – The Art of the iPhone. Currently, P1xels is seeking funding from individuals to help build the next phase of the website. P1xels has been a partner of Life In LoFi since the early days of both sites. Please visit the P1xels Indiegogo campaign to see how you can help.

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Marty Yawnick

Marty is a self-employed graphic designer in the Fort Worth/Dallas Metroplex. He is an avid Rangers baseball, Chicago Cubs, Packers and Highbury Arsenal fan. In addition to capturing random moments with whatever camera is close by (usually his iPhone), his other interests include coffee, film, music, and traveling in seats 5E and 5F with his fiancé.

  • phil

    NIce article, thanks….

  • https://www.facebook.com/robynjoi Robyn Littlefield-Dudley

    I heard it was amazing. Would've loved to have gone there!

  • Lanie

    It was an honor to be in this show. Just wish I could have been there in person. Look at all those smiling faces!! Wonderful.