Lost cart (at Barceloneta)
Jesus Christ on the cross in sand (at Platja de la Barceloneta)
Discussing the Anthropocene with Edward Burtynsky at Kunsthaus Wien. #edwardburtynsky #kunsthauswien (at KUNST HAUS WIEN. Museum Hundertwasser)
“The image of the savage” is an exhibition that explores mans relationship with his savage self in the cultural and technological patina with which the man builds his refuges from reality.
Via N. Odero 13 - 00154 Rome - ITALY
A juried international photography exhibition
PH21 Gallery, a contemporary exhibition space established in 2012 in Budapest, Hungary, presents its latest juried international photography exhibition ’-Scapes’. There are all sorts of natural and artificial scenes that capture the attention of photographers, compel and inspire them to pause, observe and create an image for the sake of the scene and convey a personal interpretation of what they see. These types of photographs go by a variety of names; they are called landscapes, cityscapes, streetscapes, seascapes, waterscapes, cloudscapes, or even desertscapes, treescapes, bodyscapes, and the like. Among these photographs the most successful ones go well beyond the mere recording of the visual qualities of a place as they bear the marks of the interpretive insights of the photographer. They make us contemplate a scene as meaningful and significant. For it is never challenging to merely re-present; it takes a novel conception of the scene to engage us, viewers, through the keen eyes and the creative mind of the photographer.
April 6 – May 1, 2017
Address: PH21 Gallery: H-1092 Budapest, Ráday u. 55.
Michał Amerek (Podłęże, Poland), Tiina Arminen (Helsinki / Budapest, Finland / Hungary), Nándor Balvin (Budapest, Hungary), Bruce Berkow (New York, NY, USA), Courtney Campbell (San Antonio, TX, USA), CenizaPura (Xalapa, Mexico), Marco de Sarorce (Lille, France), Jānis Deinats (Riga, Latvia), Britta Egebjerg (Vejle, Denmark), Gabriela Farías (Puebla, Mexico), Barbara Frye (Jona, Switzerland), Kalen Sheng Fu (Pasadena, CA, USA), Konstantin Grebnev (Moscow, Russia), Éva Grünwald (Üröm, Hungary), Igor Gusev (St. Petersburg, Russia) Sam Heydt (New York, NY, USA), Josiane Keller (Los Angerels, CA, USA), Siyuan Ma (Singapore), Roberta Marsigli (Rome, Italy), Patrick T O'Reilly (Budapest / Sydney, Hungary / Australia), Nancy Oliveri (New York, NY, USA), Adrienn Orlovits (Budapest, Hungary), Anna Pepe (Leeds, UK), Paula Rae Gibson (London, UK), Kathryn Reichert (Fairbanks, AK, USA), Tamás Réthey-Prikkel (Budapest, Hungary), Ryuten Paul Rosenblum (San Anselmo, CA, USA), Myriam Salinas (Monterrey, Mexico), Gerd Schneider (Vienna, Austria), Alexander Shmelkov (Moscow, Russia), Vladimir Slivka (Bratislava, Slovakia), Stefan Speidel (Tokyo, Japan), Jason Tannen (Chico, CA, USA), Maarten Vromans (Rotterdam, Netherlands), Marjan Zahed-Kindersley (Hastings, UK / Iran)
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