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Lomography

International vernacular‐photographic movement founded by two Viennese students, Matthias Fiegl and Wolfgang Stranzinger. In the early 1990s they discovered the Lomo Kompakt Automat, a ...

Lomography

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Robin Lenman

The Oxford Companion to the Photograph

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Subject Reference
Current Version:
2006
Subject:
Art & Architecture
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164 words

...images on a 35 mm frame. But the Lomo ‘philosophy’—‘Shoot—don't think’—is independent of any particular equipment, film based or digital. Although Lomography's headquarters remained in Vienna, ‘embassies’ appeared worldwide. From 1997 , however, it became a classic Internet phenomenon, with dozens of websites and thousands of pictures exhibited online. RL Robin Lenman Albers, P. , and Nowak, M. , ‘ Lomography: Snapshot Photography in the Age of Digital Simulation ’, History of Photography , 23...

Lomography

Lomography  

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International vernacular‐photographic movement founded by two Viennese students, Matthias Fiegl and Wolfgang Stranzinger. In the early 1990s they discovered the Lomo Kompakt Automat, a basic ...
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Robin Lenman

The Oxford Companion to the Photograph

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Subject Reference
Current Version:
2006
Subject:
Art & Architecture
Length:
1,305 words

...infrastructure, with salons, galleries, and a growing number of degree‐level courses in both the capital and elsewhere. Vienna today is home to leading journals such as Eikon, Camera Austria , and Fotogeschichte , and is the international headquarters both of the Lomography Movement (founded by two Viennese students in the early 1990s) and, since 2002 , of the European Society for the History of Photography. A landmark event was the reopening in 2003 , after a long period of renovation, of the Albertina Gallery, with an exhibition that...

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