Articles tagged with: eyephoneography
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.
The nominations for Spain’s prestigious eyephoneography #3 exhibit have been posted. Out of all the submissions received for this curated exhibit, the finalists have been narrowed down to 14 iPhoneographers.
There is less than a week left to submit your photos to the eyephoneography #3 open call. More information can be found on eyephoneography’s website.
eyephoneography is now accepting submissions for its third series of exhibitions. Like its predecessors, eyephoneography #3 focuses on the iPhoneographer’s body of work, rather than each individual image. Only a handful of iPhoneographers are selected, and the exhibit always generates a lot of publicity in Spain and Europe. This is a very prestigious exhibition.
eyephoneography is proud to announce Europe’s first traveling exhibit of mobile photography will be on the road starting September 2011.
eyephoneography #2 opens in Madrid today, April 15th and runs through May 29th, 2011.
The work of Matt Burrows, Â©arlein, Stefano Giogli and Jordi V. Pou will be featured in this second edition and will inspire off- and on-line debates culminating in an in-person series of talks during the opening weekend.
Among the events are an online community-fed slideshow that all mobile photographers are invited to participate in. Read the full post for more info.
After the first edition of eyephoneography, we are thrilled to announce that eyephoneography #2 will take place in Madrid from April 15th to May 29th, 2011.
Earlier this year, Madrid, Spain hosted its first iPhone photography exhibition, eyephoneography #1. The show was unexpectedly suspended. Marco La Civita has broken the silence and released a little bit of information about the events of last September.
eyephoneography #1 show has now been suspended. It was supposed to last until October 1st, but the 48 exhibited images that had attracted so much interest in the past days were torn down by some people of the HUB-Madrid.
Exhibit your images during eyephoneography #1 Friday, September 17 via the eyephoneography Photo-Jockeying activity
September 17th, that’s about ten days until eyephoneography, a high-visibility exhibition at The Hub in Madrid, Spain. This inaugural show features the works of Sion Fullana, Marco La Civita, Isabelle ï¿½MissPixelsï¿½ Gagnï¿½, and Greg Schmigel.
In the lead-up to the Madrid show, the eyephoneography blog has posted an interview with Sally Gutierrez Dewar, another member of the show’s selection committee.