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Collaborative street photography wall news

A few days ago, some of my pictures were exhibited in a collaborative street photography wall during the “Artscape”, an art festival in Baltimore (U.S.A.). You can find more info in my previous post (here).

The wall was a huge success on its first day! Unfortunately a storm blew through Baltimore and severely compromised the stability of the wall turning it into a safety issue with no recourse, but to dismantle it before the next expected storm could do more damage.  They did manage to improve a bad situation by engaging the artist Stefan Ways, who spray painted a partial interactive mural overtop of the photos with a “constructive rebuilding” theme after a storm. So, even despite all the bad weather consequences  it was a huge success the rest of the days too!

One of the organizers posted some pictures on her Flickr and I couldn’t wait to share with you the ones were my name or my pictures appear! 

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Collaborative street photography wall

The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, BOPA, is a non-profit organization that works to promote the arts in the city of Baltimore, (U.S.A.). From today until Sunday (19th-21st), they hold their 32nd annual festival called “Artscape”. This year’s international theme is called “No Passport Required” which celebrates cultural diversity through the arts.

And why do I talk about it? Because three of my pictures are going to be there! In specially constructed wall measuring 300 foot wide by 8 feet tall, can you believe it? 🙂

I’m really excited about this and I can’t thank enough the BOPA for including some of my photography on their collaborative street photography wall during Artscape this year. Thank you!

This Festival is not only about photography: it is going to be full of concerts, performing arts, activities for all ages… They announce it as “America’s Largest Free Arts Festival”! You can find all the information that you need in the Festival’s websiteSaid this, if you have the chance to go, don’t miss it!