During two weeks 8.000 people visited and were inspired by the lomowall exhibition at the Dirty Deal Expo in Riga! Have a look at the photos...
The Lomographic Society Baltics organized the second lomowall exhibition with the title “Lomography in Baltic colors” on the 12th of September during the contemporary culture festival White Night. It was two weeks on display and totally more that 8.000 inhabitors from Riga and guests visited it. During this time visitors could see more than 3.000 snapshots that were collected from Baltic lomographers. The main idea was to inspire and show the visitors different lifestyles, full of the lomography spirit, colored by colorflash, dazzle by cross-processing, doubled by multiexposure.
For all of you who haven’t been lucky enough to see this lomowall in real we prepared some photos.
BEFORE the event started:
DURING the exhibition:
Thanks to everyone who helped organizing this exhibition!
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