The MPA Weekly Showcase for April 11-18

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Welcome to the Mobile Photo Awards Weekly Showcase for April 11-18. This week’s selection features more excellent work from Michal Koralewski, a stunner from Paul Moore, mobile art from Olive Charlene and Catherine Restivo, a 9 image panorama from Safeco Field by Paul Marsh and much more from some of the bright lights on the mobile photography and art scene. Please enjoy the showcase!

Please keep those images coming and thank you for sending! Please visit the submission page to enter your images.

Sunset Surfers by Paul Moore

Portrait by Michal Koralewski

Pigeons in the Old Marketplace by Michal Koralewski

Walk this Way by Jen Pollack Bianco

Daphne by Nico Brons

Follow your Path by Olive Charlene

Cipolla in Florance by Robert Herold

Leap of Faith by Melissa Vincent

Time to Breathe by Deb Evans Braun

The Magic Vase by TJ Thomas

She Looks Alright to Me by Lu Guada

Untitled by Dirk Dallas

Children by Christian Cannon

I am Sam by Max Berkowitz

Still Life by Pay Marken

Altered State in Real Time by Catherine Restivo

When a Man Fails by Jamari Rushdi

Safeco Field – Opening Day 9 image Panorama by Paul Marsh




MPA Exhibition Catalog


The Mobile Photo Awards are pleased to offer our inaugural exhibit catalog, published exclusively by Blurb.

A beautiful edition containing all of the printed images from the ArtHaus exhibit, rendered on premium lustre paper in full color, is available for worldwide purchase as of today. The 60 page book is available in three versions: softcover, hardcover with dust jacket, and a hardcover with burned in image wrap. We prefer the hardcover with dust jacket – but all of the editions are lovely.

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The Mobile Photo Awards were founded to promote the global phenomenon of mobile photography and art.  The awards are committed to presenting the art-form in galleries and exhibits. The MPA is the world's largest open gallery call and competition of its kind.
The Mobile Photo Awards were founded to promote and celebrate mobile photography and art. With fine-art exhibits, competitions and open gallery calls, the MPA is the world's largest event of it's kind.