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On the last Saturday of September, the TinyGallery in Brussels takes part in World Cyanotype Day. Organized since 2015, this day brings together fans of this ancient technique worldwide. Leaving from the United States, the idea is to make a large collection bringing together all the creations of worldwide artists who love these images with so deep Prussian blue. This year, in particular, the online version will make it possible to link all the creations around the “interconnected” theme. Symbolic, these images of salts and paper will be witnesses of the work of ever more numerous amateurs.


A place dedicated to slow photography
The TinyGallery is located a stone's throw from Place Flagey in Ixelles. Initially limited to two tiny showcases, the studio-gallery is now installed on 140 m2. The building is part of the former Laiterie Belga established at the beginning of the 20th century. It is equipped with a small lab for ancient techniques and traditional photography. It will host workshops on alternative techniques of Cyanotype, Calotype, Wet Collodion etc.

A place of dialogue that gives everyone the opportunity to benefit from an environment of exhibition and professional promotion. By learning minimalist techniques, light, time, natural paper, it is also a yoga of the mind, reflection reinforced by the period of confinement.

Initiated by Olivier Guyaux and Marie-Hélène Sion, the gallery is surrounded by artists and photographers, Eric Masquelier, Anabele Schattens and Laure Winants. The natural papers are from master papermaker Pascal JeanJean.

The TinyGallery is operated by Atelier de l'Imagier S.A. specialist in the digitization and enhancement of cultural heritage and the Conservatoire Numérique asbl.
Originally scheduled for March 25, the opening of the TinyGallery has been canceled by circonstances. Today, slowly, the visits resume in a commented formula by group of maximum 8 people
https://tinygallery.photo
TinyGallery Brussels
Rue de la Cuve, 26
1050 Brussels