All the analogue photo goodness from the Lomography Gallery Store NYC’s “The Future is…” gallery exhibition photos!
On Friday, October 18th, LGSNYC opened a tremendous exhibition of images chosen from the Lomography + Death & Taxes competition right here on Lomography.com. The 10 visionary images were a huge hit, the spirits were flowing freely, and many friends stopped by to share the evening with us.
Below are galleries from the evening for you to enjoy.
But don’t forget to stop by and see us between now and October 30th to see the amazing images for yourself!
And don’t forget that the Diana World Tour is coming to NYC on November 2nd, where the incredible Detrich Collection of classic Diana cameras will be on display, as well as another photo exhibition called “Diana Vignettes” featuring 10 more breathtaking images from some of our beloved Lomo Amigo and community members!
Hannah Bailey is a true analogue fan. She uses a range of film cameras to capture women in sports and takes a keen interest in skaters and surfers. Join us for the opening night of her new photography exhibition at the Lomography Gallery Store Soho on June 9th from 6-9pm.
Early sunsets, the air is finally cooler and the leaves will change colors soon -- fall is upon us! Lomography Gallery Store NYC, located in the heart of Greenwich Village, kicks off the month of October with a series of exciting workshop and events. Come join us!
Located in the heart of Greenwich Village, the Lomography Gallery NYC is always showing something amazing. Here we meet Vienna-born artist and illustrator Peter Phobia, whose exhibition Lost and Found playfully integrated instant photography, text and drawing. Learn more in this exclusive interview!
As part of this year’s PUNK London celebrations Lomography Gallery Soho are hosting a very special exhibition of prints by photographer Ted Polhemus. Join us for the opening night on Thursday July 21st from 6-9pm.
We had an epic Film Photography Day celebration this year at the Lomography Gallery Store NYC. Our friends at Sacred Tattoo NYC were kind enough to transform the gallery into a tattoo shop so Lomographers could show their analog pride forever and ever with a free camera tattoo!