//First Look - Edition365

//First Look - Edition365




From 1854 and British Journal of Photography in collaboration with New Art City, welcome to Edition365: a portrait of the year that changed everything.

Since the coronavirus pandemic swept the world in March 2020, all of humanity has shared – and documented – an extraordinary experience. History has unfurled in front of our eyes; cracks in our systems have been magnified, and across oceans and borders, ways of thinking, acting and existing remain in flux. Uniting the voices of renowned photographers, emerging artists and everyday people alike, Edition365 is a vast and immersive digital exhibition. All of the work was created between 11 March 2020, when the World Health Organisation officially announced a global pandemic, and 10 March 2021: 365 days, captured in 365 artworks, by a vast and dynamic array of creators from around the world. Traversing tales of love, loss, hope, solidarity – humankind’s collective will to resist, persist and rebuild – the exhibition is among the most ambitious New Art City has ever attempted: a once-in-a-century photography collection, conceived to stand as a historical reference for decades to come.  

Edition365 has been curated by Héloise Winstone, Sammie Veeler and d0n Hanson

With special thanks to the exhibition teams, award judges, artists and partners for bringing the show to life.

Izabela Radwanska Zhang, Editorial Director, British Journal of Photography  Sammie Veeler, Multidisciplinary Artist & Gallery Director, New Art City d0n.xyz, Interdisciplinary/Internet Artist & Founder, New Art City Bernadine Bröcker Wieder, Co-Founder & CEO, Vastari Rhiannon Adam, Photographer Helen Starr, Curator, and Founder, The Mechatronic Library Rhonda Holberton, Interdisciplinary Artist Wade Wallenstein, Founder and Director, Silicon Valet Jessica Phan, Head of Design, OpenSea Nadine Wietlisbach, Director of Fotomuseum Winterthur


MetaMuse took a quick peek at the lobby and room 1... clearly, this is the kinda the show that require multiple visits to full appreciate and enjoy all of the 7 rooms that make up Edition 365.


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