7.000 lomographs, 15 people and 30 hours of designing and sticking and the “Real Life Beauty” LomoWall was born. We proudly invite you to the biggest exhibition in Chile so far!
Lomography Chile would like to invite the international community to the opening ceremony of the biggest LomoWall every made in Chile! This was only possible thanks to the many many submission to the Real Life Beauty contest from lomographers all over the world.
After 30 hours of work, more than 7.000 pictures sorted and the help of about 15 members of our community we finally build a 78 Ft. Lomowall. So, if you are around here you shouldn’t miss this party!
Everything will happen within the celebration of the National Day of Photography at the Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center on August 19th (yes, this Friday at 7pm!) and remain there as an open exhibition until September 30th.
It will be awesome if some international lomographers shows up! We’ll love to see you there! LOMO ON and don’t forget to LIKE Lomography Chile or drop by yourself at the new Lomography Embassy Store Santiago at Galería Drugstore.
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