Itâ€™s undeniable: iPhoneography, understood as the creative process of taking and editing pictures with the Appleâ€™s iPhone, is everywhere; and nowadays, there are more and more people recognizing this device as a valid camera within the Photography art form. Regardless if it can be accepted as an outlet for the artist or more of a user-oriented medium, mobile photography has become one of the most democratic activities of image-taking. For this show, The Lunch Box Gallery is aiming to explore the social phenomenon of iPhoneography as a personal tool globally used to generate visual content, be shared and therefore, communicate. Here, the images many times meticulously conceived, some others more intuitively taken â€“ yet all intentionally post-produced â€“ are intended as narrative mirrors of the userâ€™s everyday life; a visual diary of the individual that can become an open book to their interests, curiosities, ideas, intimacy or even artistic take. Exhibit will be open to the public from March 10th to April 7th, 2012.
Friday, November 4, 8pm – Freehold Miami, 2219 NW 2nd Ave, Miami Wynwood Arts District Nucleus – a venture studio creating brands in the growing psychedelics industry which is wholly owned by venture capital firm Iter Investments co-founded by Dustin Robinson and Robert Velarde – is pleased to host a psychedelics networking mixer on Friday, Nov. […]
Friday, November 11, 5pm-8pm – The Wynwood Yard, 56 Northwest 29th Street,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District shesaid.so is a curated network of women with active roles in the music industry. TheirÂ vision is to create an environment that supports collaboration, creativity and positive values. Come meet fellow Miami shesaid.so members for a drink on Friday 11th November […]
Thursday, November 30, 6pm-9pm – Vitri Building, 1720 NW 23rd Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District ‘Tis the season for giving, and art, in Miami. With a thriving design-build business that integrates design, architecture, development and art for clients such as the premier riverside dining experience Seaspice among others, Vitri Corporation Founder JosÃ© Arenas finds this an […]