3rd Annual Mobile Phone Images Juried Show

The Mobile Phone Juried Show received entries from around the world. Sam Krisch selected nearly fifty images to be a part of the show which features the work from one of the most common cameras of today, the mobile phone. The diverse images submitted showed the possibilities with a phone which is with you almost all of the time. These images are on display at two locations in the Berkeley District of northwest Denver

 

3rd Annual Mobile Phone Images Juried ShowImage copyright Karen Kirkpatrick

On Friday October 4, 2013 an opening reception for the show will be held at all three locations. The reception will be from 6:00-10:00PM with some of the photographers on hand to discuss their images and provide further insight to the work selected to be a part of the show.

Locations:

gallery nrc – 4424 Tennyson Street
T Gallery at MODesTEA – 4415 West 43rd Avenue

The exhibition runs from September 26, 2013 – October 19, 2013.

 

3rd Annual Mobile Phone Images Juried Show Catalog

By Neil Corman in gallery nrc Show Catalogs

48 pages, published 9/16/2013

The 3rd Annual Mobile Phone Images Juried Show Catalog features the work selected by Sam Krisch for this gallery exhibition featuring images taken by mobile devices.

 

About the Juror, Sam Krisch

Sam Krisch is a Roanoke, Virginia fine art photographer. His landscape and portrait work has been exhibited recently in exhibitions throughout the U. S. and his prints are part of corporate, museum, and individual collections.

He also explores alternative digital photography and his iPhone work has been exhibited in juried art shows at galleries in Denver, Miami, and Modesto, CA.

In 2012 he was the juror for the National Juried Photography Exhibition at the Academy of Fine Arts in Lynchburg, VA where he will also exhibit his work in June, 2013 in a solo exhibition entitled “Roaming Plan: iPhone Wanderings”

He is on the Museum School Faculty at the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke and his landscapes from Iceland and Antarctica were part of a recent installation at the Taubman entitled “State Of The Art: Virginia Crossroads.”

He has recently been named Adjunct Curator for Photography for the Taubman Museum of Art.

Krisch holds a Bachelor’s degree Cum Laude in History from Harvard University. He has also attended Hollins University in Virginia where he earned a Master’s degree in Humanities and a second Master’s in Screenwriting and Film Studies.