FOTOFILMIC18 is the 6th edition of FotoFilmic's annual touring exhibition juried by an international panel of photography curators and established artists. This group exhibition features 30 emerging and mid-career analogue photographers representing 12 countries: Australia, Canada, Colombia,  France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Scotland and the United States. After The Polygon Gallery, FotoFilmic18 will tour to SF Camerawork, San Francisco, and The Reference, Seoul.

About FotoFilmic

FotoFilmic is an arts organization based on Bowen Island, dedicated to supporting analog photographic artists through exhibitions and publications, as well as seminars, public talks, and master workshops. FotoFilmic's mandate consists of stimulating socio-critical dialogues on the future of material practices in contemporary photography.


Nicola Baldazzi (Ravenna, Italy), Florian Bong-Kil Grosse (Berlin, Germany), Marisa Chafetz (Brooklyn NY, USA), Peter Croteau (Philadelphia PA, USA), Clara de Tezanos (Guatemala City, Guatemala), Shelbie Dimond (Los Angeles CA, USA), Santiago Forero (Bogota, Colombia), Marcello Galvani (Ravenna, Italy), Clay Jordan (Athens GA, USA), Jordanna Kalman (Poughkeepsie NY, USA), Jesse Koechling (Brooklyn NY, USA), Demetris Koilalous (Athens, Greece), Inzajeano Latif (Glasgow, Scotland), Vinna Laudico (Montreal QC, Canada), Giannis Manolis (Thessaloniki, Greece), Bradley Marshall (Nashville, TN, USA), Lesia Maruschak (Ottawa ON, Canada), Sarah Pfohl (Greencastle IN, USA), Michalis Poulas (Sitia, Crete, Greece), Melissa Renwick (Tofino BC, Canada), Chris Round (Sydney, Australia), Vera Saltzman (Fort Qu’Appelle SK, Canada), Glen Scheffer (Nashua NH, USA), Rob Stephenson (Brooklyn NY, USA), Arnaud Teicher (Aix-en-Provence, France), Ewan Telford (Los Angeles CA, USA), Dominic Turner (Dublin, Ireland), Julie Weber (Chicago IL, USA), Daren You (San Francisco CA, USA), ii Yuzu (Seoul, South Korea)

Upcoming Events

Thursday, June 13 at 7pm: Artist Talk with Danny Lyon

Friday, July 26 at 7pm: Artist Talk with Alec Soth

Every Saturday at 2pm: Weekly exhibition tours

Image: Bradley Marshall, Untitled, 2018, inkjet print


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