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Just got in from hanging the prints by Austrian/German Street Photography Collective, Seconds2Real.
This exhibition of Seconds2Real Street Photography Collective prints is at Bold Street Coffee until mid-July, check it out over a coffee while you can!
Seconds2Real are an Austrian/German collective.
Bold Street Coffee Opening Times:
And now, for the photos…
(That’s me, doing some hanging. Those are my “techy clothes” and baggy for grooving to the photo goodness while being all techy and stuff:
Seconds2Real European Street Photography Collective are exhibiting work at Bold Street Coffee, Liverpool, from 15th June until 13th July, 2011.
To celebrate the exhibition, ST84Photo blog will be bringing you exclusive interviews and images with the photographers running throughout the exhibition. ST84Photo will also be documenting the installation and opening of the exhibition, to give those of you who can’t make it in person a taste of the brilliant atmosphere and images on display.
To get the ball rolling, this post would like to introduce the cast of exhibiting photographers:
Kay von Aspern – Vienna
Elisabeth Schuh – Vienna
Guido Steenkamp – Berlin
Thorsten Strasas – Berlin
Natalie Opocensky – Vienna
Alexander Magedler – Vienna
Heiko Menze – Vienna
Mario Cuic – Munich
Christian Reister – Berlin
Andreas Stelter – Minden
Locations were the images were made are:
The time frame the images were made during is:
Interviews will be coming to ST84Photo blog soon, so watch this space!
Update: Interviews with the Seconds2Real photographers will start appearing on ST84Photo from Thursday 16th June, 2011, so watch this space!
As you can see, I have just taken delivery of a nice stack of wonderful exhibition prints, sent to me by Seconds2Real Photography Collective.
I am showing their work at Bold Street Coffee Shop in Liverpool, June 15th until July 13th. If you’re nearby, drop in for a coffee and check out this quality work!
The image above is to give you a sneak preview of some of the images to be shown. You have to be there to see it in full… 😉
And, to celebrate this exhibition and the strong work made by this German and Austrian collective, this blog will be featuring two interviews each week with members of the collective, from this week until the end of the exhibition. Interviews will include some images by the photographers, too. How neat is that, eh?
(The photograph above was made with my new Olympus E-PL2, which I won in a competition on Pub photography in London)