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25 септември 2007

Fwd: Photonic Moments 2007





Artists: Liubomir Dimitrov Armoutliev, Orkhan Aslanov, Bo¾ica Babiæ, Agdes Baghir-Zade, József Bartha, Tomo Brejc, Lusine Davidyan, Andrej Ðerkoviæ, Zsolt Fekete, Jernej Humar, Sitara Ibrahimova, Iosif Kiraly, Damjan Kocjanèiè, Amer Kuhinja, Akhund-zadeh Leyla, Karine Matsakyan, Astghik  Melkonyan, Ruslan Nabiyev, Melisa Önel, Ana Orlikowska, Andrej Osterman, Boryana Rossa (Dragoeva), Tarik Samarah, Damjan ©varc, Alexander Valchev, Ventsislav Zankov, Zorka Project
Selectors: Levent Calikoglu (Turkey), Roland Farkas (Romania), Agata Fedeñczak (Poland), Nonna de Gubek (Azerbaijan), Angela Harutyunyan (Armenia), Branka Vujanoviæ (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Ventsislav Zankov (Bulgaria), Dejan Sluga & Miha Colner – Photon Gallery (Slovenia)
 
Gallery S, Ljubljana Castle
 
From September 27 to October 28 2007
 
Opening: Thursday, September 27 at 7 p.m. in S Gallery
 
 
 
PHOTONIC MOMENTS, East and Southeast European Salon of Contemporary Photography, is an annual exhibition of young and emerging artists from Eastern and South-eastern European region, taking place for the third time in Ljubljana. This year we gathered artists from 8 countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, Turkey and Slovenia) based on the selection of local experts and curators.
 
The inadequacies and setbacks from the more developed regions thus encourage other, especially non-institutional forms of association. In this sense, PHOTONIC MOMENTS is a yearly project that presents selected authors from South-eastern and Eastern Europe who work in the field of contemporary authorial photography. The selection is based on an international approach where the selections for each country are made by that country's selector chosen every year.
 
This year, PHOTONIC MOMENTS has become the official exhibition of the Ljubljana Month of Photography, which opens at Ljubljana Castle on September 27th. PHOTONIC MOMENTS will also be hosted in some countries of the said region and also in the wider region as a representative exhibition of this festival next year. We hope that with projects like the PHOTONIC MOMENTS Exhibition and Month of Photography Festival we can achieve the investment of more funds into contemporary creative photography, both in the public as well as in the private sector. With the expansion of this event into the international dimension we wish to increase the possibility of involvement of authors from these regions in the international photography field. An important role in these efforts is being played by our Austrian partner, the Cultural City Network organization (Kulturvermittlung Steiermark) from Graz. As a sponsor of the exhibition, they are giving out an award in the form of a one month scholarship in Graz in 2008 and the chance of an independent exhibition for a selected artist for the second year now.
 
 
Opening hours: Every day from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
 
 
 
Photon Gallery and Association
Poljanska 1
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
T/F.: 00386 1 2302071
M.: 00386 40 168023
 
 
Zavod Mesec fotografije
Poljanska 1
1000 Ljubljana
 
 
Attachments:
1. Lusine Davidyan (Armenia)
2. Ana Orlikowska (Poland)
3. Liubomir Dimitrov Armutliev (Bulgaria)



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