This is a new LA-MAF group now open for submission. Here is the spot to place the 5 images you love the most. We ask that you take some time to review all your work, give it some thought and add the 5 you'd most like to see on the gallery walls. A great chance to turn a curatorial/critical eye towards yourself - an artist's greatest challenge.
The LA-MAF is a curated show, and we will be selecting projects and images we feel will best come together as a whole to make an an amazing event. But we are inte...
Based on the idea of a "Cabinet of Curiosities", or an old Dickensonian "Curiosity Shoppe", this room at the LA MAF is going to be one of my personal favorites. Here you will be walking into a whole environment, set up to feel as if you are stepping into an old Curio Shoppe from the 1800's.
Images will be printed, then framed in old vintage wood frames, and hung saloon-style on the walls. Cabinets and shelves will be filled with images printed on metal, then we...
Each day the boundaries of mobile art are pushed, expanded and explored. The creativity, intelligence and spirit of IPA have brought us together: it goes without saying the competition will be steep. So take this opportunity to challenge one another. Push harder. Discover more. Watching this community grow has been a daily inspiration - so it is an honor to start giving back. The 2011 IPA Mobile Art Grant will award $1000 to the artist with the best work. A spot in our Los Angeles 2012 exhibition and inclusion in a b...
With Hipstamatic came the resurgence in popularity of the square-format image, originally made popular by cameras like the old medium format 6x6 Hasselblads, Rolleis and many others. Today, square images are a staple of the mobile art movement. And so we've dedicated this group to the square. Its simplicity. Its elegance. And - its ability to use the full projection of a camera lens, which is inherently circular: a notion argued well by the makers of Hasselblad in "The Medium Format Advantage"
This is a new LA-MAF group now open for submissions.
Botanica or Botanicus is Latin for the english term Botanical: of or relating to plants or plant life.
This group is for the best you've got. Flowers, fruits, gardens, trees. Add your best botanical works and help us with one of the subject-specific projects we're working on for the show.
We will be taken submissions through July 15, but we are beginning the selection process now, so the sooner you get your work in the better.