Entries in category: Exhibitions

FotoBodega on international exhibition VI Continente in Palacio de la Merced of Córdoba, Spain

Please come and join us at the exhibition of European art in Córdoba, Spain. Wojtek Lukowski (owner of FotoBodega) will present two big photos „Dorian” and „In the other” there. We invite all FotoBodega’s Friends!

„Black and white… or color” Wystawa fotografii Wojciecha Łukowskiego (FotoBodega)

Zapraszam w dniach 27 maja – 30 czerwca 2013 do Galerii Przy Teatrze w Warszawie!
Pierwsza od lat wystawa zdjęć Wojciecha Łukowskiego (szef projektu FotoBodega) w Polsce prezentująca kilkadziesiąt zróżnicowanych zdjęć, pozwalających widzowi na odbycie wraz z nim drogi od ogólnego planu, pierwszego spojrzenia na świat, przez dostrzeganie fragmentów, elementów rzeczywistości aż po przetworzenie realistycznych obrazów w wizje, abstrakcje, fantazje i niedopowiedzenia.

Wernisaż wystawy odbędzie się 27 maja 2013 roku (poniedziałek) o godzinie 19.00 w Galerii Przy Teatrze, Teatr Narodowy, Warszawa, Plac Teatralny 3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The exhibition “20 Years of LUX Prizes”

I was there! Amazing exhibition! My photos of photos special for FotoBodega’s friends 🙂
The Palau Robert (Barcelona) presents a selection of winning photographs from the last 20 editions of the LUX Prizes, a reference in the world of professional photography. The show is jointly organised by the Association of Professional Photographers of Spain and Palau Robert. The exhibition “20 Years of LUX Prizes. A Gaze at Professional Photography”  shows the development of commissioned professional photography and demonstrate the huge variety of styles and tendencies in this field, as well as illustrating the transition from analogue to digital. Exhibition is curated by Michele Curel, Xavi Mañosa and Joan Roig.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Metamorphosis animal by Enric Macià

 

I love Enric Macià photography. He is great photographer and my friend. Today starts his exhibition „Metamorphosis animal” in Spain.

 

Author about photos: „Metamorphosis animal” comes from fear of finding oneself, the obligation to be like society wants us to be, how are we really? One of the best ways that exist to rediscover what we were, is undressing in front a mirror, and the result will be a personal catharsis. All the fear that causes this reunion is to not like we are.
The only way I’ve been struggling to find power, is creating an army of animals and metamorphosed, to make me stronger to fight the fear of my staff reunion.

 

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C/ Segrià, 45, bxs. Lleida, Spain

Maurizio Galimberti. Paesaggio Italia

16 February – 12 May 2013

Maurizio Galimberti at Palazzo Franchetti, Venice. One of the greatest authors of italian photography who works only in Polaroid. From Milan to Sicily, the exhibit showcases Galimberti’s research on mosaic but also on manipulation and the Dadaist disrespect of his ready-mades. 30 years of work.

See gallery of photos!

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Exhibition: South Africa in Apartheid and After

 

 

 

South Africa in Apartheid and After
David Goldblatt, Ernest Cole, Billy Monk

01 December 2012 – 05 March 2013

 

 

 
This exhibition illuminates a vital, difficult, and contested period in the recent history of South Africa from the perspectives of three photographers: David Goldblatt, Ernest Cole, and Billy Monk. The son of Eastern European immigrants, documentary photographer Goldblatt came of age under apartheid and observed the increasing entrenchment of racial inequality in his country. His early project In Boksburg (1982) portrays a typical suburban white community shaped by what the artist calls „white dreams and white proprieties.” Included at Goldblatt’s request, photographs by Cole and Monk expand the exhibition’s field of view. Cole, a self-taught black South African documentary photographer, observed the other side of the racial divide in the 1960s, making photographs that are eloquently observant and deeply humane. Monk’s work offers a raw and witty record of The Catacombs, a rowdy Cape Town nightclub where he worked as a bouncer in the 1960s. These three groups of pictures are complemented by a selection of Goldblatt’s recent, post-apartheid photographs, sober yet hopeful records of an imperfect, still-evolving democracy.
(Source: SFMOMA)

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