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EXHIBITION OPENING - LONDON REFRAMED on Thursday 26th Feb 5:30 to 7:30, Resource Centre for London, Holloway Road, London N7 to 29th April 2015
Delighted to announce that I'll be holding my first photography exhibition, see link above! Would be great to see you there and to have a pint or two afterwards at the adjoining Coronet pub. The exhibition is on for a full 2 months to end of April if you're interested but unable to make the opening.
Apologies for the repost of another re-edited image taken a couple of years back, but have just been so busy!
The exhibition & is an attempt to dive into artistic practice and aesthetic experience. It is an invitation to enter a world composed of mazes, déjà-vu, subtle similarities, strange symmetries and unexpected discoveries.
(..)Not only minimalism and abstraction are strongly linked historically to the concepts of difference &repetition, also the actual technologies that we use in our everyday activities are regulated by these words. They become the rules of a game that could be a labyrinth, an artwork, the Internet, our lives, but where, at the end, we might not find an exit.
Artists: Cécile Dupaquier, Aneta Grzeszykowska, Henryk Morel, François Morellet, Anna Orlikowska, Wacław Szpakowski, Suzanne Treister
Coordinator: Katarzyna Mróz
Photography editing in collaboration with Picpro studio
"RealizzARTI" EXHIBITION. Project for people with disabilities.
RealizzARTI è promosso dall'Associazione Il Tulipano Bianco in collaborazionee con Cooperativa Oltre.
I laboratori si sono svolti presso i padiglioni della Città dell'Altra Economia, Testaccio.
Antoine d'Agata, Most scandalous collection of the International Photography Festival in Jaffa-TelAviv 2012
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Exhibition of artists and robots at the Paris Grand Palais
This flyer announces the brand new exhibition of photos from the flickr@paris's members - or at least 19 of them.
It's entitled "little photographic walk in the 11th - Conceptual Exhibition in 20 points".
The Concept :
At one street corner of the 11th disctrict of Paris, a photographer took a picture of the street in front of him.
Somewhere on that street, on a different corner, another photographer was taking a picture of another street (crossing the first one).
On that second street, a third photographer was taking a picture too.
And so on...
Until the last photographer had the first one in sight.
So from street to street, you'll be able to follow us on a short walk through that neighborhood, in 20 pictures.
It's a first. We don't really know if it's going to work out as an exhibition. But, hey, we had to try.
Not all the spots were really interesting, but the goal is the overall, not the pictures on their own. We'll see.
The map and the pictures will be uploaded on our streams after the opening of the exhibition, the 28th of September.
If you're in Paris at that time, feel free to join for a drink on the opening night or come by during the 3 weeks the exhibition will last.
Here is the list of the photographers who participated, in the same order as on the "little walk" :
Built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. A great example of Regionalism Architecture with elements of the Renaissance Revival and Moorish Revival.
Köln, Dezember 2018
Galerie Thomas Zander, Ausstellung "Die Farbe Grau", Gerhard Richter und Michael Schmidt
with Κατερίνα and 4 other artists
My next exhibition opens tonight
Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum
65 Jumel Terrace (between 160th and 162nd streets) in Manhattan
5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Exhibit runs through August 25th.
If you're in New York please stop by the reception this evening.
I'm doing another exhibition over the holiday weekend at Prospect House in Bingley Sat June 2nd to Tues June 5th as part of the Bradford Open for Art weekend. I am one of the FOUR4ART exhibitors. Please drop around if you are not having a street party for HM Queen. I made a large print of one of these tree shots onto aluminium, looks great! If you want to know how it looks, drop by!
The exhibition plane. Legendary Yak - 42 in the original coloring in the Exhibition Center in Moscow. Yak - 42 in the original coloring in the Exhibition Center, Moscow. delivered on the day of the 65th anniversary of victory over fascism.
september; Art exhibition /1998/; ”Kolory lata”; Art Gallery SIENNA BRAMA, Warsaw, Poland www.facebook.com/193031898000785/photos/a.277503156220325...
MUJER CON FLOR POR YKAY LEDEZMA - publication: youtu.be/Fo81laDkZRo Musica: Ykay Ledezma; Arte: Alice Alicja Cieliczka; Poesia: Ludovico Silva
Ultima Thule 2011 exhibition in Rovaniemi, Lapin Maakuntakirjasto, Lapponica-gallery and
The Provincial Museum of Tornio Valley, Finland.
exhibition - Nadya Bertaux forme des sculptures vaporeuses avec des fils de métal.
OLYMPUS E-P1, KERN SWITAR RX 25mm F1.4
Some of my pictures in one fantastic place... Maria Vai com as Outras, Rua do Almada.
From 4 of December until 3 of January.
See more here
you are all invited !
at an outdoor photo exhibition in Innsbruck
you can also find me on Google+
" Table with colourful potatoes" (1973) by Antoni Starczewski
The opening of the permanent exhibition of 20th and 21st century art - new exhibition space of the Lodz Art Museum - Europe's oldest museum of modern art.
Aka the "Russian House". The Shanghai Exhibition Center (上海展览中心) was built after the revolution with Russian help (one can see this from the architectural style).
Located on Yan'an Road. Used for art exhibitions.
Trade fairs are held at the new Pudong Exhibition Center (aka EXPO center, though it has nothing to do with the EXPO 2010) or the new National Exhibition Center near Hongqiao Airport.
Photo taken from a car while driving on Yan'an Elevated Road.
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Exhibition Centre, Shanghai, China, September 2014, RayPfortner.com
Exposition des oeuvres d'art de mes élèves de CM1 (9-10 ans). Je suis vraiment fière d'eux. Têtes à la manière de Picasso.
Exhibition of works of art (9-10 years old students). I'm very proud of them. Heads after the manner of Picasso.
A low PoV of the entrance of the Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ont. Canada.
Using a Nex-7, it was effortless to go this low and capture 3 handheld exposures. Merged in Photomatix Pro.
Interaktion zwischen Menschen und Dingen
MAK Museum für Angewandte Kunst
I was this weekend at a exhibition of bronze horse sculptures. It was very nice and at a beautiful location~ Ruïne van Brederoode.
The Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens were completed in 1880 for Melbourne’s first international exhibition, a product of the optimism, enthusiasm and energy of the people of Melbourne in the late-19th century. Melbourne was a prosperous city, basking in the wealth from the richest gold rush in the world. How better to publicise the achievements and opportunities in the colony of Victoria than by hosting an international exhibition?
Today, the Royal Exhibition Building flourishes as one of the world's oldest exhibition pavilions, symbolising the great 19th-century international exhibition movement.
Street exhibition in Embu das Artes. (Embu das Artes - São Paulo - Brazil). The Art Street Market (Feira de Artes) was created in 1964 and visitors can buy art items, rustic furniture, toys, plants, antiques, etc.
If you are on O'Porto next Sunday, 1 of April, don't forget to visit my exhibition.
Clube literário do Porto . Rua nova da Alfândega, 22.
From 1 to 30 April
An event called Melbourne Open House was on last weekend, where numerous interesting and historic buildings around central Melbourne are open to the public. Of course the Royal Exhibition Building is regularly accessible when hosting exhibitions and events, but this is the first time I have been there with the building completely empty (apart from a few other visitors). Some of the venues attract large crowds of people with long queues to get in but that's not really my scene. So this is the only building I visited since I thought it might be relatively quiet, and I waited until late in the afternoon on Sunday so the light for photography would be the best possible.
This is a 'vertorama' image digitally stitched from four hdr frames each composed from five handheld photos. For more information on the best way of doing this please refer to farbspiel's excellent HDR Cookbook (farbspiel.wordpress.com/2010/08/16/hdr-cookbook-introduct...)
View from the balcony at the Nicholson St end of Melbourne's Royal Exhibition Building