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Touché Collective Presents: Analog Life ended almost 2 years ago

Put a huge circle on your calendar on Saturday the 19th of May! That's when the ‘Touche Collective’ will be organizing their first ever exhibit! Its theme is 'Analog Life' and it takes place in the Baztille in Zoetermeer. It's an exhibit all about analogue photography in an amazing building! Join us for a fun filled soirée with drinks, finger food, and a barbecue!

Touché Collective is a young 6-man collective from Zoetermeer that participates in graphical design, video production, photography, illustrations, and murals. The “Analog Life” exhibit will be opened on Saturday, 19th of May 2012 at their home base: The BaZtille in Zoetermeer with free drinks, food, and a barbecue!

Analog Life is the first event the Touché Collective is organizing. They want to prove that analogue photography is just as current as digital. The pictures that will be on display are all shot with a multitude of analogue camera’s/ From expensive Hasselblad’s to Lomography’s La Sardina.

The exhibit ‘Analog Life’ will contain:

  • Analogue pictures shot by the members of the Touché Collective
  • Analogue pictures by the Lomographers that entered the Homeland Rumble
  • Analogue pictures by Jeroen Verheugd, two Haagse photographers – Riet Vooijs and Lies de Rooij (a.o).
  • An exhibit of analogue cameras made possible by “Fotografica Museum Zoetermeer”.

Come and join us for this awesome opening party on Saturday, 19th of May, 2012 in the Baztille or visit the exhibit until it closes on Sunday June 3rd 2012 on Thursday through Sunday from 1 to 6 pm. Entry is free! After the 3rd of June, the pictures of the Homeland Rumble will relocate to the Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam where you can view them for 4 more weeks!

written by mrmaart and translated by mrmaart

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