Two of my images were chosen recently to be included in the “Diverging Mediums: Photography vs. iPhoneography” show held at the Torpedo Factory’s Target Gallery in Alexandria, VA.
This exhibition aims to raise discussion on iPhoneography, a movement that is transitioning from solely a social media into a fine-art form of its own right. The exhibition will be in the main hall of the Torpedo Factory Art Center, on the first floor.
The show juxtaposes fifteen digital or film photographs of established fine-art photograhpers from the Torpedo Factory with fifteen iPhoneographs, the majority of which comes from P1xels, a photo group based in California that is using the iPhone as their chosen vehicle of self-expression and creation.
Selected Artists: Jim Steele, Maureen Minehan, Min Enghauser, Craig Sterling, Michael Borek, Pete McCutchen, Karen Keating, Fran Livaditis, Elodie Hunting, Hans Borghorst, Paul Moore, Maia Panos, Therese Brown, Butow Maler, Jose Chavarry, Glenn Homann, Ramona Gillentine, James Clarke and Knox Bronson.
The show was also covered by the Washington Post with a very complimentary article written by Michael O’Sullivan.
Click here to see the article.