These mildly provocative stereographs were marketed for parlor use in the late nineteenth century. Used with a stereoscope, the side-by-side images would render in 3D. (If you happen to have a pair of 3D glasses, you can use them while looking at the stereographs’ page on the Library Company’s website, to...
ICA congress 2014 was a major event organized by Europeana Photography partner CRDI/Ajuntament de Girona. That was a perfect occasion for project's dissemination towards an international and very valuable audience, and several partners attended it. Continue reading →
Europeana Photography partner Divadelny Ustav is organizer of a great exhibition on the theatrical world, witnessed through + 400 beautiful old photographs. Opening Thursday 6th November 2014. The exhibtion is part of the Slovak Month of Photography initiatives.
by Sofie Taes, KU Leuven The program of the monumental, multi-disciplinarian conference on archives and cultural industries held in Girona’s Palau de Congressos (13-15 October), and co-organized by EuropeanaPhotography-partner Ajuntament de Girona (CRDI), featured several members of our consortium: Antonella Fresa presented the PREFORMA-project, Nacha Van Steen led a d...
Daily Mail Is this the world's first selfie? It certainly is the most valuable! Self ... Daily Mail A self-portrait taken by pioneering photographer Oscar Rjelander - believed to be the world's first selfie - sold at auction for £70,000.
EuropeanaPhotography (European ancient photographic vintage repositories of digitized pictures of historical quality) is a EU-funded digitization project aimed at enriching Europeana with masterpieces of early photography provided by a public-private partner consortium.
The great experience of the Europeana Photography project is near to its end: the project is finishing on 31st January 2015 with a big closing event in Leuven. But the end of the project is nothing else than what it is: the end of the EU-funded project.
Europeana Photography cannot miss this event, and also applied for delivering an Ignite Talk, which hopefully will be presented by the project coordinator Fred Truyen (KU Leuven), entitled All our memories”: sharing photographic heritage through Europeana,
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, C. V. Mess, Janpath. , New Delhi, India, On the occasion of the 175th World Photography Day, IGNCA is hosting Photo Exhibition “Drawn from Light : Early Photography and the Indian Sub-continent” in collaboration with Alkazi Foundation for the Arts .
Photography is both a means of personal expression and a witness of present and past days: therefore it s about cultural heritage and about creativity, and it is a wealth of possibilities for experimentations. Europeana Photography and Europeana Space are two projects strictly linked one to the other on this topic.
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