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May 17, 2012
by Knox

Washington Post review of the P1xels’ “Divergent Mediums” show at the Torpedo Factory

End of the line by Paul Moore

Great review here by Michael O’Sullivan. And maybe that’s the show’s real point: Pictures taken with an iPhone aren’t inherently better or worse — just different — than those taken with a camera. Maybe it makes sense to give the … Continue reading

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October 15, 2010
by Knox

The Atlantic Monthly on iPhonography and Major Props to Pixels’ Artist Maia Panos

Edward Steichen's "Flatiron--Evening Camera Work 14"

A wonderful and insightful article in the Atlantic Monthly on our emergent and evolving art form within a historical context, by Alexis Madrigal, senior editor for TheAtlantic.com. Many works like Edward Steichen’s “Flatiron–Evening Camera Work 14” (above) play with fog … Continue reading

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