Low Tech/High Art
Opening on October 28th, Low Tech/High Art, an invitational exhibition of toy camera artists will open at the Business of Art Center in Manitou Springs, Colorado. The exhibition will run through December 31st, along with a display of toy cameras.
Curator Carol Dass writes:
In this digitally dominated age it’s refreshing to see images produced with film and actual analog cameras. With that said, I invite you to view Low Tech/High Art, work by artists who have chosen to use toy cameras to create their compelling images. The photographers are a diverse group from across the country united in their passion for producing images using cheaply made cameras with substandard lenses for everything from commercial work to fine art.
A sampling of some of the images and image makers follow:
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