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Red-Eye Effect Without Red Faces
June 25, 2008   
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The red-eye effect has been a common problem for photographers for years, but thanks to modern digital technology, it is now a thing of the past. Every mistake in art can be used to advantage by an artist who tweaks the context.

The artists whose work is on show at the Red-Eye Effect. Polish Photography after 2000 exhibition in Warsaw wanted to highlight the universality of the photographic medium, as well as the aesthetics based on showing effects at one time considered to have been technical mistakes. The exhibition encompasses photographic work by artists, as well as by photojournalists, documentary photographers and advertising and fashion photographers.

Amateur photography and works from artists participating in the so-called Homeless Gallery project will be displayed in a separate hall next door. The exhibition is part of a larger project examining the historical context of contemporary Polish photography.

The exhibition will be accompanied by workshops, an academic seminar devoted to Polish photography, and the publication of a 500-page album. The exhibition will include works by such artists as Agata Bogacka, Zbigniew Libera, Krzysztof Miller, Wilhelm Sasnal, Piotr Uklański and Wojciech Wilczyk.

Center for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, 6 Ujazdowskie Ave., Warsaw, June 20-Sept. 7

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