ME SOMY + ME IN MY POINT OF VIEW
ME SOMY: a journey through femininity and identity with Somy Samani
Embark on a journey through femininity and identity as showcased by Somy Samani, the 2023 PX3 Silver Winner. Her art challenged norms and expressed essence in unique ways, creating surreal narratives that went beyond online platforms. The connection with her work, inspired by trailblazing female photographers and a belief in photography’s power for change, was palpable.
Somy’s diverse skills in photography, makeup, and styling shone in her visually stunning self-portraits. Notable for her worldwide NFT-collected pieces, her work was recently featured in VUEZ, solidifying her growing reputation.
Visitors joined in for a simple yet immersive exhibition where Somy’s talent left a lasting mark on the art world. The Opening Event took place on December 10 at 19:00. The exhibition was open from December 10 to January 10, from 16:00 to 19:00 on weekdays. (More details about opening hours on public holidays were available later.) The location was House of Lucie Budapest Gallery, 1055 Budapest, Falk Miksa utca 30.
ME IN MY POINT OF VIEW: Atoosa Alebouyeh’s photographic journey on self-discovery
Step into the world of ‘Me in my point of view,’ a compelling self-portrait exhibition by Atoosa Alebouyeh, where she shared a personal journey into solitude and self-reflection. With a background in photography and photo editing, Atoosa started her artistic journey in 2012. Her photographs were featured in exhibitions worldwide, and she received awards for her outstanding work, including recognition at the Tokyo International Foto Awards and Paris Photo Prize. Her recent publication in ‘Breathing Space: Iranian Women Photographers’ by Thames & Hudson added another layer to her distinguished career, featuring alongside 23 Iranian female photographers.
Visitors joined in experiencing the silent beauty of self-discovery. The Opening Event took place on December 10 at 19:00. The exhibition was open from December 11 to January 10, from 16:00 to 19:00 on weekdays. (Details about holiday opening hours were available later.) The location was House of Lucie Budapest Gallery, 1055 Budapest, Falk Miksa utca 30.