Museum of the Silo Villacanas, 12th Intl. Exhibition of Contemporary Art "ENTRESILOS", Villacañas, Spain (Sept 1 -15 2019)
Christy Lee Rogers’ image “Harmony” is chosen for the new Wang Chung cover “Orchesoraphy”
The British new wave rockers, known for the party anthems "Dance Hall Days" and "Everybody Have Fun Tonight," have re-recorded those and several other vintage tracks backed by the City of Prague Orchestra.
April 18th - May 6th Christy will be in an exhibition for the Sony World Photography Awards at the Somerset House in London... and she will be in attendance on the 18th... and would love to see you!! Tickets are 10 pounds
The world’s best imagery from 2018 will be on show at Somerset House for the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition. With more than 800 images on display, this global photography exhibition presents all winning and shortlisted entries, including the Photographer of the Year, from this year’s Awards across its four competitions: Professional, Open, Youth and Student.
From a record-breaking number of entries, ten exceptional photographs have been named the best single photos of the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards. The best standalone images of the year—submitted by photographers from 195 countries—compete in the Open competition.
This year’s winners include Christy Lee Rogers, who took home first place in the Motion category. Her work Harmony is taken from her Muses series. If you think you’ve seen this image before, it may be because it resembles one of the frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. The product of an underwater shoot in Hawaii, photographer Christy Lee Rogers used the shimmering surface of the water as a canvas, on which to paint this snapshot of billowing fluidity.
All Open category and National Award winners receive the latest digital imaging equipment from Sony. In addition, the winning works will be published in the 2019 Awards’ book and shown at the Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition in London from April 18 – May 6, with works then going on to tour internationally to Italy, Germany and Japan.