Entries in category: Architecture

2012 World Open of Photography – $50,000US Cash Prize

From undiscovered photographers to emerging artists to seasoned professionals, everyone is welcome to be a part of The Open. It exists to discover – and rediscover – the most inspiring photographers of our generation. It is for any photographer who wants to open the door to worldwide exposure, connections and opportunity.

It’s simple: photographers submit their best images in any of the 5 categories. A global audience clicks the photos they love. The most-loved images continually move to the forefront for increased exposure. Artists are encouraged to ignite their own social networks to fuel their votes. Half of the 200 finalists are chosen by public appreciation, the other half are chosen by a panel of the sharpest eyes in the business to capture the work of those who may not yet have an online following. The final judging panel awards the category winners and Photographer of the Year. The SOLO prize purse is $25,000.

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“Structure and verse” – Verse

I am presenting at the exhibition 42 photographs focusing around two topics. The first combines urban photography with the classics of world literature. In the presented works, I have tried to present the parts of the surrounding world, cities, urban elements and fragments of cherished books that I find fascinating and that have shaped my way of perceiving reality. The collage made up of these two worlds – photography and literature – is very closely interwoven, giving the recipients the chance to personally interpret the works. The quotes include fragments from the tales of Hans Christian Andersen in Catalan and Don Quixote in Spanish.

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BARCELONA, SPAIN, FOTOBODEGA

 

Les invitamos a la exposición de fotografía de Wojtek Łukowski (Polonia)
”Estructura y verso”.

Las obras se exhibirán entre 1 y 15 de septiembre de 2012 en la Galería aDa en Barcelona.
La Inauguración de la exposición y encuentro con el autor, con una copa de vino, tendrá lugar el 1 de septiembre de 2012 (sábado) a las 20.00 horas.

 

Please come and see the exhibition of photography by Wojtek Łukowski (Poland)
“Structure and verse”.

The photographs will be displayed from 1 through 15 September 2012 at the aDa Gallery in Barcelona.
The opening ceremony and meeting with the author over a glass of wine will take place on 1 September 2012 (Saturday) at 8.00 p.m.

 

 

”Estructura y verso” / “Structure and verse”

 

BARCELONA, SPAIN, FOTOBODEGA


Les invitamos a la exposición de fotografía de Wojtek Łukowski (Polonia)
”Estructura y verso”.

Las obras se exhibirán entre 1 y 15 de septiembre de 2012 en la Galería aDa en Barcelona.
La Inauguración de la exposición y encuentro con el autor, con una copa de vino, tendrá lugar el 1 de septiembre de 2012 (sábado) a las 20.00 horas.

 

 

 

Please come and see the exhibition of photography by Wojtek Łukowski (Poland)
“Structure and verse”.

The photographs will be displayed from 1 through 15 September 2012 at the aDa Gallery in Barcelona.
The opening ceremony and meeting with the author over a glass of wine will take place on 1 September 2012 (Saturday) at 8.00 p.m.

 

Evening in Greece

 

 

I remember my evenings in Greece. Wine, sea, food, dance, sunset… Beautiful memories.

On photo Milos Island, Thalassitra, Greece by Hercules Milas.

 

 

 

 

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Night shot

 

 

I love night. Amazing night photos too.

„Dancer in The Light” by Timucin Toprak.

Karen Knorr

Photographer Karen Knorr asks you to see India in a whole new light. After a life-changing journey Rajashthan, India back in 2008, Knorr decided she would explore its rich culture heritage in a series called India Song. These carefully crafted photographs plant live animals into sacred and secular sites so that can celebrate the visual richness found in northern India’s fables, mythes and stories. She first photographs the color-rich interiors with a large format Sinar P3 analogue camera. Then, she adds live animals into the sites, thereby fusing high res digital images with analogue photography. The animals are first photographed in sanctuaries, zoos and cities and then transplanted into palaces, mausoleums and holy sites. „Cranes, zebus, langurs, tigers and elephants mutate from princely pets to avatars of past feminine historic characters, blurring boundaries between reality and illusion and reinventing the Panchatantra for the 21st century,” she says. (One of India’s most influential contributions to world literature, the Panchatantra is a collection of Indian animal fables.)

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