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Lumas - The Liberation Of Art

Friday, October 21, 2016




(EN) Got an invitation to Lumas Gallery in Budapest on the other day. They had organized a fantastic evening with gorgeous photos called Lumas The Liberation Of Art. The event was not just about photographs but art, fashion and trends as well. And that buffet was so cute and full of everything I just love - yum! 


The photos are impressive at Lumas. They are colourful, detailed, huge, breathtaking and fascinating. Not all the photos are so huge - there're also smaller ones, which are displayed so creatively. BTW, there's this LUMAS ART NOW service or how to call it. The thing is that this art is portable and ready to take home or send by post as a present. Lumas Art Now pictures fit in any postbox. They are easy to hang, have built-in magnets, and come with an acrylic stand. Super easy to display anywhere!





(FI) Sain tässä yhtenä päivänä kutsun Lumas Galleriaan Budapestissa. Aivan ihana ilta upeiden valokuvien parissa. Tilaisuudessa ei keskitytty pelkästään valokuviin vaan myös muuhun taiteeseen, muotiin ja trendeihin. Tarjoilu oli järkätty tosi kivasti - buffa oli niin ihastuttava ja täynnä mun lemppariherkkuja - nami! 
   

Lumasissa esillä olevat valokuvat ovat vaikuttavia. Ne on niin värikkäitä, yksityiskohtaisia, valtavia, henkeäsalpaavia ja kiehtovia. Eivät kaikki tosin ole jättikokoisia, pienempiäkin löytyy. Osa niistä oli ripustettua todella luovasti. LUMAS ART NOW -palvelu tai miksi sitä oikein kutsuisi - joka tapauksessa sen tarkoituksena on tuoda valokuvataidetta helposti joka paikkaan. lumas Art NOw -kuvat mahtuvat postilaatikkoon ja ne voi lähettää postitse vaikka lahjaksi. Kuvat on helpp ripsutaa, niissä on magneetit ja mukaan tulee akryyli-ständi. Helppo siis pistää näytille minne tahansa. 

























(EN) To frame or not to frame? That's a question I've been struggling for  with my photos. The truth is that a photo looks better in frames, but a perfect frame is not that easy to find. A frame should underscore a work's quality and maintain a harmonic balance with the interior design of the room in which it is displayed. 

Got a great frame tip by Lumas - The Artbox. A photo is set inside a solid wood frame. The frame's variable depth of up to 50mm visually & physically separates the image from the wall, emphasising the important fact that it is not just a photograph but also an object. There's also an aluminium version available, meaning there's a perfect option to suit any picture. 
I really like this idea!



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(FI) Kehystääkkö vai ei? Tämän kysymyksen kanssa olen kamppaillut jo jonkin aikaa. Totuus on se, että valokuva näyttää paremmalta kehystettynä, mutta oikeanlaisen kehyksen löytäminen ei ole ihan helppo juttu. Kehyksen tulee alleviivata kuvan laatua ja sopia huoneen muuhun sisustukseen. 

Sain Lumasilta hyvän kehysvinkin nimeltään The Artbox. Kuva asetetaan puisen kehyksen sisään. Kehyksen syvyys, joka voi olla jopa 50mm, erottaa kuvan seinästä visuaalisesti ja ihan fyysisestikin. Näin se tukee sitä tärkeää faktaa eettei kyseessä oel "pelkkä" valokuva vaan ihan oikea esine. Puun lisäksi kehystä on saatavilla on myös alumiinisena, joten sopiva vaihtoehto löytyy kaikenlaisille kuville. 
Omasta mielestäni todella huippu idea!  


34 comments:

  1. These are lovely and so colourful. I particularly like the photo on the still water. Such a peaceful scene.

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    1. That's very peaceful - I could just look at it forever!

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  2. I love the perspective of art not just being a photograph but seeing it and respecting it as its own object

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    1. Yes, that's right! Photograph is so much more than just a photo :D

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  3. These are beautiful pictures! They are bright and colorful, they definitely grabbed my attention!

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    1. That's how I felt as well - the pics really grabbed my attention too!

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  4. Your right the perfect frame is hard to find but when you find it you know that it is the one. Love this x

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  5. I love contemporary shows like this. So modern and current! And I agree, finding the perfect frame is hard work!

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    1. I love this kind of shows as well :)

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  6. The varying sizes of the photographs really keeps you looking at them, doesn't it? What a neat way to display it with the webbing feel. I like it!

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    1. I found that webbing too so great idea!

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  7. I love art, and all those photographs are pieces of art, absolutely amazing.

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  8. The art should serve as a gateway to one's soul, or as a projection of one's soul to the outside world. The true magna art however, gives us a chance to experience and understand, meaning everyone will probably take out whatever art represents for them.

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    1. That's exactly it it is and should be!

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  9. Such a beautiful display! There are a lot of shots here that are catching my eye, the cherry blossoms especially.

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    1. Yes, those cherry blossoms are fabulous!

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  10. Every picture has its own life, as if telling it's own story or at least what comes to mind when you see them. This exhibit is worth going to, without a doubt!

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    1. Yes, you're right - every photo has its own story.

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  11. I love art and exploring new looks. I love the autumn tree at the end. Also I definitely say you need to frame. It keeps the artwork/picture so much safer.

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    1. That autumn tree is one of my favourites too:)

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  12. What an interesting idea, I love the combination of gallery plus sending a gift. Beautiful photos, btw, you caught the atmosphere very nicely.

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    1. Oh, thanks :D I just took snapshots with my phone.

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  13. So many beautiful artwork & would love to get some of those pieces for my home... thanks for sharing the tips as well! You always have great taste!

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    1. Thanks :) I would love to have any of those pics to take home as well!

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  14. Wow what a fun place! I just love all the different artworks and vibrant colors on the wall. Definitely plan to add Lumas Gallery on my bucketlist.

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  15. This looked like it was a really great social. lots of colour and inspiration in those pieces

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  16. Every piece is beautiful in their own right. You can see the quality of the work and it would be nice to see this if only I lived nearer!

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    1. All these photos looked fantastic. It's a pity that you're so far away and can't come and see these.

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  17. I love photography exhibitions! Being a photographer myself and I do know how hard it is to find the perfect frame, as depending on the subject and the theme you want to focus on different things and a frame can add value or make your photo worse. It's always a hard choice.

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    1. It is a hard choice! Ans exactly as you said a frame can ruin the whole photo or emphaze it.

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