A great opportunity for Lomography moments and a visit with artists and art cars
This is a little story of a event location at the screening of Automorphosis.
Where ever the film maker Harrod Blank screens his latest film Automorphosis, the location often becomes an art car and sometimes art bike event, great for any style of lomography shooting opportunities. Alpacaangel and I (blue-dog) collaborate on an Art Car and we were able to be a part of this great event for the three nights screening of Automorphosis at Webster University in Webster Groves Missouri. Alpacaangel and I painted a Ford Ranger truck with chalkboard paint a few years ago, so we are able to make chalk art on the truck. We like to invite people to add what they want, so we provide lots of chalk everywhere we take the truck. When we heard Harrod Blank was coming to St Louis with his new film Automorphosis we knew we had to be there. If you are anywhere near one of his event screenings, GO… you will not be disappointed and you will find some great Lomography moments. Please say hi to Harrod for us, blue-dog and alpacaangel.
Also see Harrod Blank’s film “Wild Wheels” and check out his book “Art Cars”. And keep a lookout for his film about Burning Man..He has been working on it for 15 years and will soon be closer to a wrap.
It's one thing to see celebrities on screen, and another thing in real life. Photographer Antonio Castello shares to Lomography Magazine his first-time experience at the 68th Berlinale as he documented the event with two brassy lenses — the Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens and New Petzval 85 Lens.
Adrian Piper is known as a mixed medium artist known for tackling socio-political issues regarding gender, race, class, and identity. This show at the Museum of Modern Art explores her retrospective on photo-collage and drawing.
The TEN AND ONE Residency Week has been very intense and full of activities. From 11 to 18 November, we did LomoWalks around Vienna, guided visits to museums and magazine editorial office, a workshop, a trip to Bratislava, worked on our LomoWall and of course LomoLunch and LomoDinner. We had the opportunity to attend a Cyanotype Workshop at Lomography Head Quarter held by Michael Wuermer, a young and nice photographer and printer.
The best artists are not the popular or the wealthy ones. Not all the time, and definitely not 'often'. It's the passionate artist, who's a hero of his or her own right. Japanese photographer Mii Yatogi breathes, lives, and sleeps analogue. Read our interview with her here at Lomography Magazine.
The Germany-based band Blackout Problems is recording their new album KAOS at the moment. Besides tons of cords, instruments and snacks they took plenty of Lomography cameras, film and an Art Lens to the studio. Now they allow us an intimate gaze into their band's life and work.
Noble Spell, a film photographer and videographer based in New York City, sits down with Lomography NYC community member Rainer Turim to chat about why meaning in art is integral and the importance of expanding one's knowledge and skills as an artist.
Introducing Lomography's latest limited edition film, the B&W 400 35 mm Berlin Kino film! Originally used to make black and white films, this film provides timeless photos with sublime shades of gray worthy of the movies! Preorder yours before it's too late!
I have come back after a week of my TEN AND ONE Artistic Residency at Lomography HQ in Vienna with my head full of ideas and projects that I would like to start and try out. By the end of the week I have a book (almost) full of tips, anecdotes and pure Lomographic love.
Join us at the Soho Store this month for our February workshops and events. There will be a rainbow themed Diana F+ workshop, a screening of We Have Rather Been Invaded by Ed Webb-Ingall and a new exhibition by photographers Geoff Brokate & Kaye Martindale.