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Diverging Mediums: Photography vs. iPhoneography
Exhibition Dates: May 10 - 31st, 2012
Reception: May 10th, 6-8pm, during 2nd Thursday Art Night

This exhibition aims to raise discussion on iPhoneography, a movement that is transitioning from solely a social media into a fine-art form of its own right. The exhibition will be in the main hall of the Torpedo Factory Art Center, on the first floor.

The show juxtaposes fifteen digital or film photographs of established fine-art photograhpers from the Torpedo Factory with fifteen iPhoneographs, the majority of which comes from P1xels, a photo group based in California that is using the iPhone as their chosen vehicle of self-expression and creation.

Selected Artists: Jim Steele, Maureen Minehan, Min Enghauser, Craig Sterling, Michael Borek, Pete McCutchen, Karen Keating, Fran Livaditis, Elodie Hunting, Hans Borghorst, Paul Moore, Maia Panos, Therese Brown, Butow Maler, Jose Chavarry, Glenn Homann, Ramona Gillentine, James Clarke and Knox Bronson.



Pete McCutchen
Arterial
Archival Digital Print

 


Hans Borghorst
Pogo at the Pier
iPhonograph

   

Maureen Minehan
Ethereal Jetty
Archival Digital Print

 


Jose Chavarry
Beach Scene
iPhonograph

   


Pete McCutchen
Headlamp #1
Archival Digital Print

 


Glenn Homann
As It Seems
iPhonograph

     


Michael Borek
Scranton Lace #4885
Archival Digital Print
 


Glenn Homann
Unfurled
iPhonograph

     


Michael Borek
Untitled
Archival Digital Print

 


Paul Moore
End of the Line
iPhonograph

     


Craig Sterling
U.S. Capitol Rotunda
Archival Digital Print

 


Glenn Homann
The Mansions
iPhonograph

     


Karen Keating
Teenager on Cuba Street
Silver Gelatin Print

 


Elodie Hunting
If She Would Be
iPhonograph

     


Karen Keating
Construction Worker
Silver Gelatin Print

 


James Clarke
A Boy With His Head In The Clouds #2
iPhonograph

     


Min Enghauser
Wash Bottom, Number One
Archival Digital Print

 


James Clarke
Dunes
iPhonograph

     


James Steele
Terrific Tum-Tum
Archival Digital Print

 


Butow Maler
Madame de Maniac
iPhonograph

     


James Steele
Male Nude in Profile
Archival Digital Print

 


Knox Bronson
Unmasked
iPhonograph

     


Fran Livaditis
Building Blocks
Archival Digital Print

 


Ramona Gillentine
Dreams of Steel Decay
iPhonograph

     


Craig Sterling
Construction, Doges Palace
Archival Digital Print

 


Therese Brown
Untitled
iPhonograph

     


Min Enghauser
Mine Wash Dawn, Numbers Twenty & Twenty-One
Archival Digital Print

 


Maia Panos
Sophia by the Sea
iPhonograph

     


Min Enghauser
Superior Sunset, Number Four
Archival Digital Print

 


Therese Brown
Untitled
iPhonograph

     

 
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