A juried cell phone exhibit will be taking place in the SF Bay Area. Open call for entries ends March 9, 2013.
Join Cindi Hobgood on a photography expedition in sultry Charleston, SC, the town Conde Nast Traveler has named both top U.S. City and top destination in the world.
Online iPhoneography courses taught by professional iPhoneographer Teri Lou Dantzler are now open for enrollment.
IPA artist Karen Schulman leads a summer photography workshop in the resort community of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, offering photography field trips & workshops July 7-12. The workshop will guide you in the creating and improving of your personal photographic vision. iPhones are encouraged!
The Latitudes International Photography Festival is now underway in Huelva Spain. 5 IPA Photographers currently have their work on exhibition in the Huelva Museum side-by-side with the leaders of the Photography world. Carlein, HelenBreznik, CPatrickPhoto, Tabiwallah and SFurusho. Take a look at our interview with Elsur, and find more links and information on our Interviews Page about this landmark event.
A new spot has been added for interviews with IPA Artists. Our first one is with carlein, winner of the 2011 IPA Mobile Art Grant. So take a look as Carlein sits down to answer a few questions about her work. Future interviews will be posted in the same place - which you can access via the IPA Interviews link in the left-side menu of your screen.
Showcasing the creative edge use of mobile technology in visual arts; photography and moving image. Submit your mobile photography and mobile films for show and screen events at the Fringe Festival 2012. MINA at Fringe presents a combination of a mobile visual showcase and "pop-up" public screenings around the Wellington Fringe Festival 2012. To submit, email your work to email@example.com before February 20th, 2012. Users of the app iSupr8, can also submit work directly via the app. Check the MINA website for more information.
Results for iSpy: Camera Phone Photography, presented by the Kiernan Gallery have been released. Congratulations to kdivineboulder, kimberlypostrowe, jq_gaines, dougmcnamee, jeanette_Serrat and the many other artists included in the show. Take a look at the Kiernan Gallery site for more details.
The International Festival Fotografia began four years ago. A festival of the arts that has presented the work of Cariter Bresson, Brassai, Morenatti, Gaumy, Catany, and many other leading photographers. This year, M GarcÃa Quintana (elsur), a member of the Latitude team, has succeeded in making a place for the work of 5 IPA artists in the festival: Carlein, Helen Breznik, Cindy Patrick, Souichi Furuse, Alan Kastner, as well as Jordi V. Pou will have their work on exhibition in Room 4 at the Museum of Huelva. Latitudes is open from February 14 until April 1. It is an exciting moment for iPhoneography, and for IPA, to be displayed side by side with such leaders of the photography world. More details to come.
The eyephoneography #3 exhibition, an open call for entries, will open in April 2012, in the gallery of the recently inaugurated Castellana FNAC flagship store in the heart of Madrid. Eyephoneography #3 will have the same format of the previous two editions, offering an overview of various mobile photography trends along with the right amount of room for each photographer to present his/her vision.
Some of the eyephoneography #3 photos will also be included in the ongoing Mobile eyephoneography exhibit that is likely to continue touring after the final provisional stop in Seville in January 2013. There will also be a catalog accompanying eyephoneography #3.
IPA is thrilled to announce the Nacho Cordova Memorial Book that many of you helped put together is now complete and viewable on blurb: http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2833220
For more information please take a look at this morning's Studio Talk post: http://www.iphoneart.com/studio_talks/423
With warm regards to Nacho and best wishes for a happy holiday season,
Daria Polichetti, Nate Park, and all the members of IPA.
On December 15th at the flagship Apple store in San Francisco, Mansi Bhatia (mansibhatia) will present her self-portrait series in an Open Show iPhoneography exhibit.
Jack Hollingsworth is teaching a 2-day iPhone photography workshop in Seattle, Washington on January 6-7. The workshop promises to be in-depth, covering a wide range of iPhoneography topics, and a lot of fun. Click the link above, check out the video and register for the event. It's FREE.
Andrew will be presenting an iPhone photography event Wednesday, December 14 at 6pm at the YooBee Store Newmarket in Auckland, New Zealand. This is the first event of its kind in New Zealand, where he will be speaking about his experiences with mobile photography, and showing work from over 25 of the world's leading iPhoneographers.
The Kiernan Gallery in Lexington, Virginia has an open call for entries for the exhibition "iSpy: Camera Phone Photography" juried by Aline Smithson. Submission deadline is January 26, the exhibition will run from March 6 - April 7.
On Monday, December 5 at the 14st Apple Store in NYC, Dan Marcolina, author of âiPhone Obsessed,â is speaking about how he creates images with his iPhone. The event starts at 7pm.
The Mobile Photo Awards heads into the final week of submissions for itâs open gallery call for entries and a competition designed to celebrate the explosive growth of cell-phone photography and art. The winning 25 entries will be a part of a traveling gallery exhibit featuring images in 25 categories. Submission deadline is November 30.
International iPhoneography Show is a project by MacPhun - the developers behind the popular app, FX Photo Studio. The contest is open to everyone and the first exhibition will take place in New York, December 16-22. The 100 best entrants will have their work shown a the Soho Gallery for Digital Art. For more information on how to enter and what prizes will be offered, check out the entry page at http://fxphotostudioshow.tumblr.com/abouttheshow
The upcoming MINA conference will be held in Wellington, New Zealand, the first iPhoneography presentation in that area. In addition to Roger Guetta (DraMan) and Miss Pixels who will both be making an appearance via Skype, Andrew White (andrewbwhite) will be speaking in person, presenting an overview on iPhoneography, featuring works from 25 well known iPhone artists around the world including many who are members here at IPA. For more information on this upcoming event, please take a look at the MINA.pro website.
DraMan's video documentary will be shown at the upcoming MINA Mobile Creativity and Innovation Symposium on November 26, 2011. Roger has also been invited to speak via Skype at the symposium which aims to explore the possibilities of interaction between people, content and the emerging mobile industry. Take a look at MINA.pro for more information about this upcoming event.
This coming Saturday, November 12th, at 3.00pm in the presentation theatre of the Regent Street Apple store in London, some of the UK's leadingÂ iPhoneographic artists will be doing a series of short 10 minute presentations covering many of the genres within this emerging art form. From candid streetÂ photography to conceptual art, the presentations are expected to have something for everyone.
Participants: Alvaro Arregui, Andy Chapman, Daniel Holland (Danny Dutch), Gordon Fraser (inologist), Kevin Thornhill, Matt Brock, Nettie Edwards (Lumilyon), Robson Santos
The New, an exhibition featuring work of young, up and coming artists will open with a reception on December 9, 2011 and will run through February 3, 2012. The Arts Council New is being planned as a breakout event for a new era of art, artists and art collectors to view and acquire groundbreaking work. Details to be found on the PocoArtist's website.
On Friday, 4 November 2011, Mobile Eyephoneography makes its second stop. The show will open with a number of activities including a photo walk, a debate, a workshop and two contests. The show will stay at this venue until 7 January 2012. For more details visit the Mobile Eyephoneography website.
Roger Guetta's (DraMan) first show, The Autumn of Love, begins on November 5th at Visual Voice Gallery. The show takes place in 3 acts: the Live Feed, the Exhibition, and the Interactive After Party.
"Roger Guetta evokes figments of thoughts and memories by providing a variety of points of perception within a single image."
For more information on this unique and innovative show, please take a look at the Visual Voice Art Gallery website.
As many of you already know, Karen Divine (aka. kdivineboulder) has been named a finalist in the 2011 International Photography Competition for Discovery of the Year, gaining recognition for her iPhone Art series, Strange Things Are Happening in Barbara Hepworth's Bed, viewable in her gallery here at IPA. Karen will be recognized at the 9th Annual Lucie Awards on October 24th at Lincoln Center in New York City where the Discovery of the Year will be announced. In addition, Karen won five first place awards, two second place awards, and is an overall winner in the Special Effects Category. A huge congratulations to Karen! We are very excited on behalf of the iPhone Art community to see work like this gaining such recognition in the world of contemporary art.
Kimberly Post Rowe's first solo iPhoneography exhibition is titled Mobile Natura: Botanical iPhoneography. Kimberly's exceptional botanical works will be on view at Art House Picture Frames in Maine from August 8 to 31, 2011. Opening reception begins at 5pm.
Gordon Frazer (iNOLOGIST) will be presenting work and speaking about iPhoneography at the Apple Store in Covent Garden on August 18, 2011 at 7pm.
Nathaniel "Nacho" Cordova, a beloved member of the IPA community was tragically killed yesterday in a scooter accident on the Oregon Coast. IPA would like to take this week to feature Nacho's work in memory of one of our most supportive, caring, creative and intelligent members. We will all feel his loss deeply and will, in the coming days, work to honor his memory. RIP, Nacho. You will be so dearly missed.
Studio B in Florida is currently exhibiting The Best in iPhoneography: 40 Photographers from around the globe. The installation is a grid of 40 iPads, featuring the work of many outstanding iPhoneographers, half of them members of IPA. Congratulations to the following for an excellent show:
Robert Herold (herro), Jenny Markley (mennyj), Jamie Stewart (Mineowneye), Passicos (amo), Giuseppe Navone (Driver), Chris Shaw (catcalledmorris), Amy Hughes (amapixel), Joan R. Bada SuÃ±e (joanrbada), Star Rush (StarRush360), Aik Beng Chia (AikBengChia), PocoArtist, Alan Kastner (tabiwallah), T.S. Elliott (tselliott), Nacho Cordova (Nacho), David Weekes (DaveWeekes), Allessandro Greganti (algrega), Stephanie Chappe (stephieseye), Nettie Edwards (lumillyon), Laura Peischi (iSnob)
Daniel Holland, Robson Santos, Matthew Burlem (aka. MattBurlem) and Leyla Bile, four members of the London iPhoneography Group will be showing their work at the Apple Store on Regent Street in London at 7pm on July 11. This event will be the first iPhoneography show taking place in an Apple store in England, and will coincide with the London Street Photography Festival which runs from the 7th to the 17th of July.
KimberlyPostRowe takes second place in "Through the Lens" a juried fine art photography exhibit and competition at Gallery 5 in Lewiston. Four of Kimberly's photos were accepted in total - the only iPhone images in the show. Through the Lens runs from June 10 - July 16.
AppQueen and Dezyn will be presenting a joint talk at an Apple Store in Chicago this August called: how the âiâ sees. They are currently inviting IPA members to submit work to be featured during the presentation. Take a moment to a look at the group theyâve created called âApple Presentation â Summer 2011â for more details and help IPA support AppQueen and Dezyn by submitting some of your great works.
The top 25 images have been selected by your peers. Check out the ProCamera contest group to see the finalists, presented in alphabetical order by artist name. The ProCamera jury will now review the top 25 and announce the 6 winners on May 18, 2011. Congratulations to everyone who entered!
PocoArtist will be exhibiting his iPhone Art at the Steinhausen Gallery in Florida from August 8 - September 6. Click the link below to see some of his work or check out his video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3re8vDWS2NQ&feature=youtu.be
Laurie Tennent recently invited IPA artists to submit work for her studio's Phone Art Exhibition. Elise London (AppQueen) and Cindy Patrick (cpatrickphoto) were both accepted and will have works on view at the Laurie Tennent Studio in Birmingham, Michigan. The show opened May 6 and runs for a month.
Harry Sandler, aka Dabrucke has spent the last 40 years traveling with musical acts as tour manager, film and video producer. On May 21, he will be presenting many of his older works, converted and developed on the iPhone and iPad at the Apple store in Indianapolis. Visit the iPhone-aNtics blog for more information on Harry's presentation: Music and iPhone.
The work of Clint Cline, aka Clix2020 was recently seen on IPA, garnering him an invite to exhibit his work in the Exposition d'Iphonographie in Venarey les Laumes, France, about an hour's drive north of Dijon. Clint will be exhibiting 5 works in the show revolving around the theme of "Ephemeral". The show runs through June 25.
iPhoneArtist Benamon Tame will be featured in the Scattered Art temporary exhibition at The Fish Factory in Falmouth, Cornwall, UK. For more info about the temporary exhibitions that will be happening all summer long, visit the website http://scatteredartcornwall.co.uk/
Take a look at the Business Insider article on ProCamera Contest: UNCHARTED. Many works by IPA artists are features and congratulated. Take a look to see if you are one of them!
Last call for entries to ProCamera Contest: UNCHARTED. The submission period ends at midnight EST on May 7th, so please add any last submissions you want to be considered. Ten submissions max. Submissions over 10 will be randomly disqualified, so please make sure you remove any additional images, leaving only your best 10 works for consideration. And good luck! Voting will begin on May 8, and each member of IPA will be allowed one vote per day for the duration of the week.
Pairings of images from three cultures to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of Harper Leeâs To Kill A Mockingbird - opened Friday with strong crowds and heavy interest. The show, featuring 27 works from unruly-e and Alan Kastner, as well as an educational display on the art form of iPhoneography, is running through May 15th at The Gallery at Lost Nation, City Hall Arts Center, Montpelier, Vermont.
Many iPhone Photography apps are featured in this New York Times article written by David Pogue. Check out the video, too!
Hipstamatic Show opens at Nevada State College Library on April 29th and runs through the end of May. Visit the website for more details: http://www.vegasfromthehip.wordpress.com
10 photographers will be featured and works from the contest will be printed and included in the show. The âPhone Artâ Exhibition also includes a contest open to the public. Images entered into the contest will be voted on by the public. The top 50 will be chosen and professionally printed, then shipped to the artist at the end of the exhibition. Of those images, the top 3 artists with the most votes will receive a 20 Ã 20 canvas print of their work and will also be included in the âPhone Artâ Exhibition. Like Laurie Tennent Studio's on facebook and visit the Contest Page for details. Laurie, also a member, is interested in having IPA Artists submit their work.
Harry Sandler, aka Dabrucke, is teaching a class in iPhone-Ography at Peters Valley Craft Center in New Jersey on May 14 & 15. Another class at Foto-Care on 22nd Street in New York City will be coming up on June 4. Check it out if you're in the area and take a look at Harry's gallery of work here on IPA.
Exhibit + on and off-line discussion series featuring the artwork of Matt Burrows, Stefano Giogli, Jordi V. Pou, Carlein van der Beek opens on April 15 in Madrid, Spain, and runs until May 29, 2011.
This two-artist exhibition, featuring work by Penny Perkins and Julie Casper Roth, is the first mobile photography exhibition in Rochester, New York. The show runs through April 2011.
This is Giulio's 2nd Hipstamatic showcase after being featured in the Orange Dot Gallery in London, UK. This exhibition will be in Piacenza, Italy opening March 19.
Chan-wook Park, director of the classic revenge thriller Oldboy, shot his latest short film, "Paranmanjang" exclusively on the iPhone. The film opend in Seoul, South Korea on January 27. Click the link above to watch the teaser trailer.
With no previous art or photography experience, Derrick has been in five iPhone Art Exhibitions, including his first solo exhibition which opened January 21 in Norman, Oklahoma, and will be running for a full month. Congratulations, Derrick, keep up the great work!
There are many beautiful works here, click the link to check them out.
Here is a link to a video of the exhibit. Take a look at the terrific work and show!
iPhoneArtist Kimberly Post Rowe: accepted into Maine's statewide, multidisciplinary virtual exhibition. After being accepted, the jury was shocked to discover Kimberly's image was created on an iPhone! Click on Kimberly's name, then look for the image "Crazed With the Love of Light"
Photographer John Nichols, aka Sespe, was written about in the Santa Paula Times. A nice articles you might want to check out. Some interesting thoughts on the new medium of iPhoneArt.
This app was removed from the app store because it enabled photographers to snap pictures using the volume buttons, which is a violation of the development license agreement. We are glad they got this violation sorted and it's good to see this app back in the store.
Click the link above and check it out.
naptownphoto, a law enforcement photographer, used Hipstamatic to shoot an image of K2 & Spice. It is posted on the DEA homepage. Pretty cool use of a Hipsta shot!
A trailer for the exhibition in Las Vegas.
This is a video that documents David Hockney's current all iPad exhibition.
iPhoneArt.com was recently listed as one of the top 10 essential iPhoneography sites on Mashable. Check out the article.
If you have news to share relevant to the mobile art community, send an email to info@iPhoneArt.com