Do you remember the pre-digital times when photographs had to be manually developed and hung up to dry? For the second time in Zürich, PHOTO LAUNDRY is picking up that custom with a very fun photo gallery.
On June 5, photographers of all ages and from all walks of life will come together in an interactive street photo exhibition and exchange. The name PHOTO LAUNDRY hints at the simple concept behind this photo exhibit: Photographers will get a platform to display their projects and will get education on tricks of the trade by industry experts.
The exhibition will feature photographs taken on analog and digital cameras. Works will be themed according to four popular genres: Street/urban photography, landscape/nature photography, macro photography and abstract photography.
The original idea was born in St Petersburg, Russia, in 2010. Since then, similar events have been organized in over 100 Russian cities and in Europe, attracting more than 45’000 participants.
To participate, bring at least one printed or developed picture to hang on the laundry line.
This event is organized by the Photo International Club Zurich (PICZ). Admission is free.
(Photograph copyright by Michael Gäbler/Wikimedia)
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