Articles tagged with: giorgi gallery
Knox Bronson, curator of P1xels, will be offering classes in the creation of iPhone art. The first class, Introduction To iPhoneography, given by Knox, begins January 17, 7:00 p.m., at the former Giorgi Gallery in Berkeley, California, where the first brick and mortar iPhoneography exhibition was shown.
Cameras have been an option on mobile phones since the late 1990’s. By 2006, half of the world’s mobile phones had a camera… less than 10 years after their introduction. The mobile phone camera was originally included as a means to quickly share instant digital snapshots. I doubt that the mobile phone camera was ever envisioned as creating a new art form. But today, some of the most creative and dynamic photographic works today are being shot and processed solely with an iPhone.
This month, March 2010, I am glad and honored to have been chosen as the first featured photographer for Pixels at an Exhibition.
Pixels at an Exhibition at Giorgi Gallery in Berkeley was recently covered by two Bay Area newspapers — The Oakland Tribune and Contra Costa Times
One of the important things that this exhibit accomplishes is to make iPhoneography social in a person-to-person way.
The list of finalists has been posted and this looks to be quite an exhibition. The exhibit features works of dozens of iphoneographers from around the globe
LifeInLoFi.com has been helping to promote Giorgi Gallery’s iPhoneography exhibition for several weeks. The exhibition opens at the end of January. I’ve submitted five images for possible inclusion. In order to again raise awareness of this exhibit (okay, really, it’s a shameless attempt to pimp my pics in order to get votes….)
200 images will be printed and displayed in the gallery for the month of February 2010, and will be sold as individual works of art.