Articles in Exhibitions
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.
“Studio b. is excited to bring the Light Impressions installation to the Russell Collection’s 10-Year Anniversary Celebration. Our installation features 40 of the movers and shakers in the newest art movement, iPhoneography.” -Colleen Duffley, Studio b.
The Los Angeles Mobile Arts Festival opened this past weekend to big crowds, a lot of press and rave reviews. P1xels’ Knox Bronson shares some of his exclusive photos of the event, the artists and their works.
If you’re in or near Los Angeles this week, do not miss the Los Angeles Mobile Arts Festival which opens today and runs through Saturday, August 25.
Dan Marcolina, the author of the critically acclaimed book/ iPad series “iPhone Obsessed” will show you how the combination of picture choice and multiple app processing can turn a simple snapshot into a statement. This is a free event.
Here’s a call for entries for a high profile, curated mobile photography exhibition this October in San Diego, California — this one with a unique twist. The App Wars is currently accepting submissions — photographs which are processed by Hipstamatic and Instagram apps only.
The LA Mobile Arts Festival have released a PDF version online of the program for this week’s LA Mobile Arts Festival opening this Saturday at the Santa Monica Arts Studios.
Here’s a call for entries from the Center For Visual Artists Gallery in Greensboro, NC for OH SNAP! Cell Phone Exhibition.
The Los Angeles Mobile Arts Festival opens next Saturday, August 18. Works from iPhoneographers from around the globe will be on display at the prestigious Santa Monica Art Studios. The Festival has published its full schedule.