Articles in Exhibitions
The international iPhoneography Group (TiiG) will hold their inaugural iPhoneography exhibition at the prestigious Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) in Denver, Colorado. The Show’s opening reception will be Friday, May 3rd and a closing reception will be held on June 14th, 2013.
The 2013 1197 Conference concluded last week at New York’s Soho Gallery For Digital Art, in combination with the opening of the 2013 Mobile Photo Awards Exhibition there. I’ve got my wrap up post here and Daniel Berman of the MPAs has put together a short video with highlights.
The Mobile Photo Awards have announced iPhone artist Sarah Jarrett as their Artist of the Year for 2013. More than just iPhoneography, her works invoke the look and feel of many classic art influences. Sarah is truly an outstanding and unique iPhone artist. We’ve got more from The MPAs as well as a gallery from Sarah’s body of work after the jump.
The deadline for submissions is approaching for the Second Annual Mobile Photo Awards, also known as The MPAs. Submissions will be accepted for the various categories through tomorrow, Saturday, December 15, 2012.
Light Impressions: A Celebration of iPhone® Photography will be part of Red Dot – Miami, running concurrently with Miami’s huge Art | Basel event. Huge crowds are expected to the event over the next five days. If you’re in or near the Miami area, be sure to check out Red Dot and find Light Impressions.
Instagramers London is presenting a photographic event, Iconic London 2012, running from 12th to 16th December 2012 at the Truman Brewery, London. Thirty top London Instagramers will exhibit images reflecting their view of London in 2012, a most momentous year in England’s capital city.
iZZi Gadgets invites you to “LA Enhanced”, an iPhoneography exhibition to help benefit Skateistan on December 1st at Crewest Gallery in Los Angeles.
“The Mobile Photography Awards were designed to celebrate and focus attention on the explosive growth of mobile phone photography and art,” says Berman. “The majority of pictures these days are taken on smartphones and there are many talented people in the world who are dedicating their time to this craft, creating amazing art.
Mobile Photo Paris, the first major exhibition of mobile photography in Paris opened yesterday at the Bastille Design Center. The show features works from iPhoneographers and other mobile photographers from France and around the world. It runs through November 25.
Three years ago, P1xels—The Art of the iPhone changed the face of the iPhone photography movement by announcing the first ever juried gallery show of what we now call iPhonic Art.
The OCCCA is very supportive with iPhoneography and iPhone Arts. Along with P1xels: The Art of the iPhone, they hosted one of the larget iPhoneographic expositions at the time and one of the first major iPhoneography shows in the Los Angeles area. The gallery has released a call for entries for an upcoming show. We’ve got links and more info.
UrbanMegaEye is an exhibition around the theme of urbanism that includes the work of four international mobile photographers: Nadine Bénichou, Richard “Koci” Hernandez, Graham Preston and Rafael Ricoy.