Pixels at an Exhibition at Giorgi Gallery in Berkeley was recently covered by two Bay Area newspapers — The Oakland Tribune and Contra Costa Times. Here’s a link to The Oakland Tribune article, “iPhone enthusiasts mount Berkeley photography exhibit”. The same story was run in both papers. I’m not sure how long this link will stay active.

“While hundreds of the cell phone camera’s fans are passionate about their medium and flock to Web sites such as flickr or use blogs to share their photos, iPhone photography is still very much on the fringes of the mainstream art world. So using a selection of grainy, artful images from his Web site, Bronson and Oakland resident Rae Douglass have mounted “Pixels at an Exhibition” at Berkeley’s Giorgi Gallery, which they believe is the world’s first gallery display devoted exclusively to iPhone photography.”

Read the full story here. >>>

It’s a good read, great publicity for the gallery show, and more good exposure for the art of iPhoneography.

Pixels at an Exhibition runs through February 27, 2010 at Giorgi Gallery in Berkeley.