ALMA LAVENSON,  Self Portrait (hands), 1932

ALMA LAVENSON, Self Portrait (hands), 1932

A new movement in photography is just beginning...

The modernist movement in photography began in the early 1900s, when 35mm film was invented and camera ownership became more mainstream. Today, a hundred years later, film is gone and yet everyone has a camera in their pocket. Still, it took until 2017 before camera phone images were of high enough quality that they could be printed the way film was traditionally printed. 

NEOMODERN believes that a photographic renaissance is just beginning, a new modernism—neomodernism—defined not by a nostalgic return to film and chemicals but by a revival of creative amateurs and hobbyists. Photography, now as ever, is about creating a beautiful physical object, a print, that will stand the test of time.