The hundred or so originals illustrated in "Death Row of Posed Portrait Amateur Photography 1880-1920" were produced primarily at the turn of the 20th century, an extraordinary period in which portable cameras became accessible to millions of new and amateur photographers. enthusiastic. The authors of the images in this exhibition are generally anonymous. In fact, most are not considered artists. Despite this, their work demonstrates the remarkable aesthetic heights achieved by this popular medium, whether intentional, experimental, or accidental. The TinyGallery is located a stone's throw from Place Flagey in Ixelles. Initially limited to two tiny showcases, the studio-gallery is now installed on 140 m2. The building is part of the former Laiterie Belga established at the beginning of the 20th century by the Guyaux family. It is equipped with a small lab for ancient techniques and traditional photography. It will host workshops on alternative techniques of Cyanotype, Calotype, Wet Collodion etc.
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