The Memory of Shadows – a calotype exhibition

Welcome to Calotype Society’s Biennale exhibition at the Library of Humanities and Social Sciences!

Laura Hartford, Untitled (Time), salted paper, 2012-13

The Calotype Society is an informal group of international photographers who share a passion for the art of handmade photographic processes, in this case the calotype. Started in 2010 on Flickr.com it now has close to 300 followers worldwide. Practitioners meet every two years and the first Biennial meeting was held in Lacock Abbey in 2013, the birthplace of the calotype. This year’s Biennial is held in Oslo, where H.T. Winther practiced his own techniques as a photographer around 1839, the year photography was born. Original, contemporary artwork has been presented in exhibitions in the United Kingdom, Poland, the USA and now in Norway.

The calotypist.com links to the work of active calotypists associated with the Society. 

The exhibition opening will take place on August 3rd at 12.30

Serving of refreshments.

The exhibition will be available from 3rd – 18th august on the first level in the library, during opening hours.

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