LunchBox Gallery Show
The Lunch Box Gallery, in collaboration with MPA friend and jury member iPhoneographer Jaime Ferreyros, is pleased to announce the call for submissions for its new show “iPhoneography: Updated Visual Dialogs.” The exhibit will be displayed from March 10th to April 7th, 2012.
From the LunchBox Gallery press release:
“It’s undeniable: iPhoneography, understood as the creative process of taking and editing pictures with the Apple’s iPhone, is everywhere; and nowadays, there is more and more people accepting this device as a valid camera within the Photography art form. For this show, The Lunch Box Gallery is aiming to explore the social phenomenon of iPhoneography as a personal tool globally used to generate visual content, be shared and therefore, communicate. Here, the images many times meticulously conceived, some others more intuitively taken – yet all intentionally post-produced – are intended as mirrors of the user’s everyday life; a visual diary of the individual that can become an open book to their interests, curiosities, ideas, intimacy or even artistic take.
As an enabler for creative communication, iPhoneography has become a new medium for massive dialog, where images taken and edited with the iPhone are openly shared, sometimes instantly and some other times preceded by a complex creative process; regardless, is undeniable that all of these images project a part of the user’s self.”
Entry is $15 for 3 images and the deadline is March 4, 2012 – for more information visit THE LUNCHBOX GALLERY