Best Of The Year
Second Annual Show at the PL130 Gallery at PhotoLounge
November 28, 2022 - January 14, 2023
Open House/Reception December 9th from 6-9pm
Purchase prints featured in the show on our website
Best of the Year is our annual photography show that highlights some of the best photos the community has taken this year. The show is organized around one of our weekly photo contests that we host on Instagram. Just as we did last year, in early October we announced the theme “best of the year'' and received an incredible number of photo submissions. The quality and creativity behind each photograph exceeded our expectations, exemplifying the overwhelming talent within the Philly photo community. We are so excited to present our second annual Best of the Year show, and invite you to reflect on this past year as you immerse yourself in this inspiring collection of photographs.
Featuring artwork by: Tabiya Ahmed, Tyler Allen-Williams, Triston Angelucci, Sofia Baltopoulos, Billy Bauer, Terrance Borek, Liam Brogley, Eitan Cassway, Sammy Choy, Darryl Cobb, Heather Cunningham, Austin J. Cuttino, Olivia Davis, Biz Deol, Dylan DeJong-Dougherty, Austin Dublin, Ana Feliciano, Drew Ferraro, Evan Guanzon, Gavin Guerrette, Max Hernandez-Webster, Matt Herzog, Dan Hureira, Vince Innamarato, Mecca Jacobs, Sorel Johnson, Ursula Johnson, Skylar Kley, Eddie Lariviere, Anastasia Lavrenyuk, Calvin Leon, Christopher Loren, Sophia Mazza, Chris McCall, Joe McIntyre, Natalie Mischello, H'Abigail Mlo, Eliza Murphy, Heather M. Palmer, Janay Parker, Uma Patel, Missy Pavorsky, Pia Posadas, Dean Powers, Mike R., Cooper Reichwein, Nolan Richards, Jessica Sherard, Dylan Sheridan, Luvleen Singh, Payton Smith, Elizabeth aka Romashka does Something, Melisa Soysal, Meg Swick, Jonah Turk, Madelyn Van Trieste, Noel Waldron, and Jeremiah Watson.
Curated by Owen Kobasz
The PL130 Gallery at PhotoLounge opened in 2021 with a mission to raise the voices of a diverse photo community and to show important new work by emerging photographers. For the sake of equity, the gallery eschewed any costs associated with entering or exhibiting shows. Rather, costs are sponsored entirely by an active Film Photography Club where members pay $8 in monthly dues to support art. All work is hung unframed and printed by PhotoLounge on museum quality substrates.