“Tres vidas en lomo” (Three lives in lomo) is a collective exhibit showing spontaneity and colorful images of three creative guy’s surroundings and daily activities with their lomo cameras.
This is the first lomography exhibit in Puebla, Mexico
This exhibit shows Frank Coronado, Mariana Losada and Tito Arias’ work. It consists of 245 images in different sizes from abstract forms to portraits and some landmarks displayed in 3 gallery rooms. In one of them there’s an audiovisual with some interviews where they explain their experiences doing Lomography, a couple of movie clips that joins part of their works and a brief explanation of the ten golden rules of Lomography.
Place: Fototeca Juan C. Méndez
Address: 7 Oriente #15, Puebla México
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10-17 hrs
Open until February 13th.
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