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Exhibition information
Rotterdam Photo 2022 XL 

From the "Boys don't cry" series, a project started in 2021, a blue print version of the artwork "Independence", which was also awarded at the xanalia nft art awards 2021, will be exhibited.
This is a photographic work with a base of blue prints that have been repeatedly tinted by machine learning.

2021年から着手しているプロジェクト「Boys don't cry」シリーズから、xanalia nft art awards 2021でも受賞した作品「Independence」のブループリント版を展示します。
本作は機械学習によって幾重にも染め上げたブループリントを下地とする写真作品です。

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1) Festival's schedule

OPENING HOURS:

18 May, Wednesday: 6.30 PM – 9 PM

19 May, Thursday: 11 AM – 8 PM

20 May, Friday: 11 AM – 8 PM

21 May, Saturday: 10 AM – 8 PM

22 May, Sunday: 12 AM – 6 PM

22 May, Sunday: 6 PM - 11 PM Deinstallation of all exhibitions 

LOCATION: Willemsplein 85, 3016 DR Rotterdam

https://www.rotterdamphotofestival.com

Rotterdam, The Netherlands 

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Queer Perspectives: A Celebration of LGBTQ+ Life

June 21st through July 17th 2022,

Opening Reception Saturday, June 25th 5-8 pm

The LOFT LGBTQ+ Community Center is proud to partner with Upstream Gallery for Queer Perspectives.

This exhibition features artists exploring current, creative, personal expressions of LGBTQ+ life, issues, history and culture. Our goal is to draw attention to and celebrate the less often heard voices and thoughts of this important part of our artistic community.

Message from Judy Troilo, Executive Director of The Loft:

“The LOFT's mission is to advocate, educate, and celebrate the LGBTQ+ Community, so partnering with Upstream Gallery to showcase local and national LGBTQ+ artists is something that is deeply important to the cultural visibility of the community. The LOFT encourages everyone who celebrates PRIDE to consider visiting Upstream Gallery, buying some beautiful artwork, and supporting LGBTQ+ artists.”

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