Announcement: P1xels' Third Annual Global iPhonic Art Exposition: THE THIRD WAVE, is now open for submissions
Press Release: Three years ago P1xels—The Art of the iPhone changed the face of the iPhone photography movement by announcing the first ever juried gallery show of what we now call iPhonic Art.
The worldwide movement continues to explode and P1xels remains the only curated site for the global community. P1xels has garnered press and exposure for artists around the world in the intervening years and has produced many well-received exhibitions during that time, as well.
So we are happy to announce the third annual P1xels' Global iPhonic Art Exposition: THE THIRD WAVE, is now open for submissions.
Entry Fee: $30.00 for up to eight images. There is a discount for early submissions. The discount will apply until Wednesday, October 17 at midnight Pacific Standard Time. Go to Call For Submissons page for details.
This show will run in three cities, Berkeley, New York, and Bremen, Germany, for a combined running time of four-and-a-half months.
- Berkeley, California ~ The Garden Gate Creativity Center (formerly the Giorgi Gallery and birthplace of the iPhonic art movement), 2911 Claremont Avenue, November 29, 2012 – January 30, 2013. Opening night celebration December 1, 2012, 6-10 pm.
- New York City ~ Soho Gallery For Digital Art, the Big Apple’s hottest hotspot for all things digital, 138 Sullivan Street, New York City. This show will be in conjunction with the hugely successful 1197 Conference, http://1197.is/, of which P1xels—The Art of the iPhone is a sponsor and participant this year. Many more details to follow about this.
- Bremen, Germany ~ OutOfMyMind Gallery, Goethestraße 36, December 21, 2012 – February 22, 2013.
Confirmed judges for submissions jury:
- Baron Wolman, Rolling Stone Magazine’s first photographer and author of many books, including his very recent The Rolling Stone Years, now in its third printing.
- Glyn Evans, Publisher of iPhoneography.com, the first and very well-loved and respected iPhoneography website.
- Daniel Marcolina, artist and author of iPhone Obsessed, and publisher of the amazing new interactive iBook/eBook AppAlchemy.
Other judges to be announced shortly.
All entrants will have at least one image displayed in both Berkeley and New York City galleries on large flat-screen monitors in rotating curated sequences. In Berkeley