Mobile Symphonies Online Exhibition and Gallery Announced
We are delighted to announce the launch of our Mobile Symphonies Online Exhibition and Gallery today. This is the culmination following our original call for entries to the Mobile Symphonies Competition announced in late May 2020. This competition was focused on the influence music has upon mobile artists works. We had an overwhelming volume of entries and after much debate the winners were announced in mid September 2020. The jurors involved with this competition included Peter Wilkin, Jane Schultz, Lorenka Campos, Clint Cline and myself. The twelve winning works were awarded to Armineh Hovanesian, Carlos Paz, Carol Wiebe, Dale Bradshaw Botha, James Ellis, Joyce Harkin, Kathleen Magner Rios, M. Cecilia…
Mobile Symphonies Exhibition – Special Awards Announced!
We are very excited today to announce the Special Awards of the Mobile Symphonies Exhibition. We have three categories and these include the Gold Record Award representing our Best in Show ~ this image gained the majority of votes from our esteemed jury. The second award is Best Pairing awarded to the image that most closely matches the chosen song, music or album. Finally, the third award is entitled Best Score and the criteria is based on the originality, creativity and composition of the image. The three winners are! GOLD RECORD – Sarah Bichachi for ‘Blackbird’ BEST PAIRING – M. Cecilia São Thiago for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ BEST SCORE – Armineh…
Introducing the Jury for our Mobile Symphonies Photography & Art Exhibition
We are delighted to introduce our jury for our Mobile Symphonies Photography & Art Exhibition. Our new Mobile Symphonies Exhibition will explore the influence music has upon your digital art. We hope to feature digital paintings and photographs that have been moulded into complex experiences relevant to our theme, drawing a direct connection in the minds of the viewers. Our Exhibition will feature juried selected images, focusing on the connection between music & visual art. Music that is instantly recognisable within the image will be selected, representing a pure and honest connection. It is the collaboration of music and digital art that is explicit in this exhibition, raising awareness and…
mDAC 2020 – Mobile Art & Creativity Virtual Exhibition – Call For Artists – Free to Enter
I am very proud to announce the launch of the prestigious mDAC 2020 Mobile Art & Creativity Exhibition. I am one of two judges for this exhibition based in Silicon Valley, California, United States, along with highly accomplished digital artist Lisa Cirenza. mDAC 2020 celebrates the very best of mobile art offering the opportunity to have your work seen by media, industry leaders and peers – all leading to a boost in your exposure to potential art collectors, galleries and client inventory. The potential of art to accurately capture the human subject bears witness to the theme ‘Art in Isolation’. Our resolve is to champion the role of digital creativity at a…
Exclusive TuMobArt ‘Mare Nostrum’ Exhibition Opens in Paris and Online Today – 28 October 2019
Journey through ‘Mare Nostrum’ – ‘Our Sea’ as twenty two mobile photographers from the Turkish Mobile Artists Group (TuMobArt community), exhibit their unique and limited edition art at La Petite Galerie 35, rue de Seine Paris 75006, between 28 October 2019 to 4 November 2019. Organised by Sukru Mehmet Ömür, this exhibition is unique in many ways; for one, it is common to read “It is forbidden to touch the works” at other exhibitions but within this exhibition, you are welcome to touch . Each artwork that you view within this exhibition has been created purely on a mobile device. The second reason this exhibition is unique is because is the…
Exhibition News – We Share Your Questions with Tracey Emin!
One of my New Year Resolutions for 2019 is to accept an invitation to at least one Private View Art Exhibition per month and naturally, I do not want to attend these on my own. So, for each Exhibition that I am invited to and accept, I will give our readers the opportunity to put a question to the artist. On 4 February 2019 I will be at the White Cube, Bermondsey, London with Tracey Emin. She’s one of my favourite artists and I have not had the pleasure of meeting her previously. Emin has a major solo exhibition entitled ‘A Fortnight of Tears’ featuring new painting, photography, film, large-scale…
After Nyne Launch West London Gallery with Olympus Support & Inaugural Exhibition
The After Nyne Creative Services Group, parent company of arts publication After Nyne Magazine, today announced a collaboration with Olympus. Together they will launch a brand new permanent gallery space After Nyne Gallery in West London. Building on their already established success from a series of well-received pop-ups, After Nyne Gallery are proud to unveil their first exhibition space in Holland Park. This inaugural exhibition will display some remarkable works by Olympus brand ambassadors such as Martina Govindraj, whose work engages with architecture and concepts of space, and award winning Steve Gosling renowned for his signature black and white atmospheric landscapes.
Short Film Series & Photo Exhibition Launches Featuring the Work of Five Extraordinary Photographers
A series of five short films followed by a London photo exhibition launches today featuring the work of five photographers overcoming their own personal battles to shoot extraordinary images across a dynamic range of subjects. Ian Treherne is profoundly deaf and almost totally blind. He shoots portraiture that evokes the way he sees the world Jim Mortram’s own recovery from anxiety and depression started when he was gifted a camera. He now trains his lens on others living on the margins of society in his award-winning photo-documentary blog Hannah Laycock uses photographic art to raise awareness of Multiple Sclerosis Giles Duley stepped on an IED while shooting in Afghanistan. Told…
Mobile Camera Club Presents ‘Outsiders’ – Exhibition Open To 28 March 2015
We are pleased to publish news of this wonderful gallery exhibition at the Mobile Camera Club in Paris. It poses the question, “Is street photography almost exclusively the domain of men? All evidence seems to point to this. Firstly, look at the big names: Cartier-Bresson, Doisneau, Evans, Frank, Winogrand, Meyerowitz, Klein and many others. Andthe plethora of exhibitions and articles celebrating street photography where not a single piece bearing a woman’s name is to be found? So many male photographers, and yet just a handful of women? Are Abbott, Arbus, Levitt, Model, Franck, or Maier just exceptions?” Of course we have our own very special Women’s Mobile Street Collection within…
Second Edition Eyephoneography Exhibition Opening In Madrid Soon
After the success of the first edition exhibition of eyephoneography, eyephoneography #2 will take place in Madrid, Spain from April 15th to May 29th, 2011. The goals of eyephoneography are to link the digital world back to the physical one and to support mobile photography by offering various interaction opportunities for photographers and their audiences and by promoting its artistic and social potential. In this context, eyephoneography #2 will have two components: on the one hand, an exhibit featuring the work of four international mobile photographers, and on the other hand, a series of talks and discussions about fields related to mobile photography, namely photography and the arts, communication and…