In December of 2009, Knox Bronson approached Rae Douglass at the Giorgi Gallery in Berkeley, California with the idea of presenting the first ever gallery exhibit of iPhone photography. Rae said yes, and within days, Knox had created a website and had put out a call for submissions through iphontography bloggers and flickr groups.
Pictures flooded in from all over the world. Amazing pictures, all done on iPhones. No editing on a computer was allowed, and suspect images were checked and removed if found to have been edited elsewhere.
Well, now Pixels: The Art of iPhone has just posted a call for entries for an iPhone Photography exhibition at the Orange County Center For Contemporary Art in Santa Ana, CA. The exhibition runs March 31-April 30, 2011.
All photos MUST be shot with and processed using an Apple iPhone. No computer-based processing allowed. Any model of the iPhone may be used. Any image found to be taken with another device or processed on a computer or iPad will result in entrant being disqualified and forfeiture of entry fee.
Winning entries will be printed and exhibited in the month-long exhibition. There will be a program printed with all works, which will be available for sale.
The Entry Fee is $30.00 for five entries. Deadline for entries is February 27, 2011.
The exhibition runs March 31 – April 30, 2011 at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art. The Opening Night Celebration is Saturday, April 2, 2011, 6 PM-10 PM
Click here for much more information and entry submission on the Pixels: The Art of the iPhone website.