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Group photography exhibition focuses on Perceiving Landscapes

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More art is coming to town as a new group photography exhibition launches in Nicosia. Titled Perceiving Landscape(s), the exhibition opens at Korai Space on November 16 and until the end of the month, visitors can explore the works of 26 photographers from Cyprus and beyond!

The works in Perceiving Landscape(s) – photography books and artist’s editions selected through an open call – constitute an attempt to explore different methodologies of approaching, sensing and recording information that give unique perceptions of landscape and relationships that develop between place and viewer.

Organised by the International Association of Photography & Theory, the exhibition is the result of a project and research curated by Othonas Charalambous, Nicolas Lambouris and Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert. From idiosyncratic activations of memory and intersections of personal experiences with archival imagery to ambiguous abstractions of scientific data, Perceiving Landscape(s) examines how contemporary photographic and publishing practices seek to engage in explorations of landscapes both physical and otherwise, to negotiate modes of landscape accessibility and to provide insight into new and potential processes of sensing, understanding or conceiving landscape in its nuanced complexities.

 

Perceiving Landscape(s)

Group photography exhibition with artists from Cyprus and abroad. Organized by the International Association of Photography & Theory. November 16-30. Korai Space, Nicosia. Opening night: 7pm-10pm. Tuesday-Friday: 3pm-7pm and Saturday: 10am-1pm. www.photographyandtheory.com/…/3/8/photobook-2021

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