Exhibitions

June 28-Aug 31, 2014

THE SPACE BETWEEN: REDEFINING PUBLIC AND PERSONAL IN SMARTPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY
The Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) is pleased to announce its summer exhibition The Space Between: Redefining Public and Personal in Smartphone Photography. On view from June 28 through August 31, 2014, The Space Between features eight international artists and two online collectives, whose work invites us to experience the sublime poetics found in the intersection of image-making and social media tools.

Curated by Henry Jacobson

Jacobson observes, “contrary to popular belief, and common hyperbole, the smartphone hasn’t changed photography. The image still records something real, something that existed in time and space. Regardless of manipulation and editing, the image began with a lens capturing something. What has changed is the space, both physical and social, cultural and historical, in which we collectively approach the medium of photography.”

Featuring Laura El-Tantawy, Henry Jacobson, Chip Litherland, Florence Oliver, Kerry Payne, Mark Peterson, Sofia Verzbolovskis, and the two collectives, Echo/Sight, and Tiny Collective.

*from the exhibition press release:
In Tiny Collective, we witness the emergence of a public dialogue that could not have existed even four years ago, before the launch of Instagram. They communicate with each other as a constant Smartphone salon. They influence each other just as the French artists of the late Impressionist period influenced early German Expressionists, but do so instantly, in real time across continents. Their rapid exchange is witnessed by thousands of followers, providing a constant stream of creative conversation between the members of Tiny Collective, alongside their devoted viewership. Their work, installed here in salon-style serves as a physical nod to their digital collective, momentarily freezing their Smartphone-based dialogue on the gallery wall.

http://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/redefining-smart-phone-photography

http://time.com/3811490/smartphone-photography-at-woodstock/#18

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April 18-Sept 14, 2014

As part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, The Art and Exhibits Program at Toronto Pearson International Airport is pleased to present Hiding in Plain Sight, an exhibition of work by Tiny Collective curated by Lee Petrie

From April 23-Sept 18 at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Terminal 1, directly above the Canada Arrivals Hall. This location is pre-security – a boarding pass is not required to view the exhibition.

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November 20th, 2014 to January 15th, 2015

MOBILE CAMERA CLUB presents TINY COLLECTIVE IN PARIS.

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FOTOISTANBUL

October 18th-24th, 2014

Istanbul, Turkey

http://fotoistanbul.org

FotoIstanbul 3 for FB

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MIRRORED

April 11th – June 7th, 2015

Australian Centre for Photography

Mirrored is a photographic dialogue between Sydney-based photographer Markus Andersen and Instanbul-based photographer Elif Suyabatmaz.

Sharing the same passion for instinctive street photography, they respond to each others’ images with their own imagery, full of contrasts, humour and emotions. Together, they draw a portrait of their respective cities and cultures.

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https://acp.org.au/index.php/exhibitions/85-exhibitions/exc/535-exhibitions-markus-and-elif

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OF LIGHT AND TIME

The Mobile Street Photography of David Ingraham and Roger Clay

October 9th-November 5th, 2014

The Perfect Exposure Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

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Dec 2012 – Permanent installation

• Dan Cristea (Konstruktivist) and Crispin Giles (100Million)
• Group show, The Garrison 1197 Dundas St. West Toronto, Canada
• 20 12″X12″ foam-core mounted giclee prints