Film photography is a refreshing escape from today's fast-paced and shiny pixel-party. Croatian photographers Anita Krisko and Jadranka Kljajic founded the community Le Monde Analogue to give analogue lovers a vehicle to share their photographs. Recently, they held an exhibition at Art Stalker Gallery in Berlin, featuring the works of 39 photographers from 27 different countries around the world.
The exhibition presented a plethora of analog techniques: from lomo to the usage of psychedelic blues film. While the effects of film photography often gave a vintage feeling to the street atmosphere, double exposures tend to display the dynamics of the street and overlapping moments. Graffiti transform the street into an art gallery, forcing people to engage with street life. It started with a live graffiti art across a 3m x 2m installation of photographic prints. Two graffiti artists - Alex Riser from Berlin and Alek Leaf from Belgrade, were invited to work their magic in front of the crowd. After the street art session, the installation was dismantled and the individual photos were displayed in the gallery.
The event marks the community's very first public event. In the exhibit, the participating photographers showcased their work, which celebrates street as the place of action, everyday life, and exciting events. It is also where people interact while traversing between places.
Check out this short video they made during the opening night: