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Lomography Exhibition @ Picnic Afishi, Moscow ended about 5 years ago

One of the largest photo exhibitions in the history of Lomography in Russia, under the Picnic Afisha'09, will take place on August, 8th.

Lomography Embassy Russia presents:

One of the largest photo exhibitions in the history of Lomography in Russia – under the Picnic Afisha’09.

A few dozen meters of Lomowalls, combining work of lomographers from all over the world, were specially delivered to exhibition in Moscow.
Within the extended online rumble 31 users submitted over 500 photos, with their unique lomographic view through the lens of the Lomo LC-A. 285 pictures were now selected to be part of this huge Lomowall.

Representatives of Lomography Embassy will be presenting directly near the walls throughout the whole exhibition, demonstrating the possibilities of lomographic cameras, films, various devices and answering all the questions!

Additionally you can bring your work (as an electronic or printed version) to one of the stores that are selling lomographic cameras – they will be presented on the website www.lomography.ru.

We sincerely hope that the exhibition of Lomography at Picnic Afisha’09 will push your creativity, give inspiration and present an excellent staff, that will travel with exhibitions in the future not only in Russia, but also in other countries of the world!

Lomographic cameras, films and additional equipment at the Picnic Afisha’09 will be for sale in the following stores:

Event Location:
Moscow – Kolomenskoe Park: the main entrance to the park is about 10 minutes’ walk from Kolomenskaya Metro Station
For questions and requests concerning this event please contact: Sofya Suhova

written by sumsi

3 comments

  1. panelomo

    panelomo

    lovely lomowall!

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  2. grad

    grad

    Great!

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  3. delina

    delina

    great wall :)

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