With its distinctive aesthetic, retro stylings, and tastefully kitsch design, Lomography is the darling of analog photography, keeping consumers captivated despite the ubiquity of digital imaging. The Lomographic Society’s original founders-a trio of Viennese teenagers, of course–have come a long way since smuggling cameras across international borders to develop the cameras, artistic movement, and cultural institution as it exists today. Growing from humble beginnings in post-Soviet Russia, Lomography is celebrating its triumphant 20 year Anniversary tomorrow evening at its New York City store in the always-hip Greenwich Village neighborhood, which has been “spreading analogue love,” since 2009. This is definitely an event worth seeing for yourself.
Friday, November 30th, at 7:00pm
Greenwich Village: 41 W. 8th Street
New York, New York 10011