In this digital age, photographers still love analogue photography—millions of images posted on Instagram with the hashtags #filmisnotdead and #analoguephotography. There is an analogue renaissance going on. Many millennials who grew up with computers in the digital world are drawn to classical development techniques. They want to capture the world around them more consciously and experience how it was in the analogue era. Many young photographers start to experiment with analogue photography. Photo artists combine analogue photography in an alternative way, such as merging analogue photos with digital images or combining Polaroids with paint or experiment with chemicals. This exhibition features work by photographers who approach analogue photography in original ways. Analogue Renaissance shows work of 21 photographers: Angela Regina (Bari, Italy), Chelsey Honders (The Netherlands), Lindsay Perth (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), Leila Helena Grillo (Los Angeles, California), Chris Mann (London, United Kingdom), William Mark Sommer (Sacramento, California), Stefano Paradiso (Italy & France), Claudia Roffeni (Bergamo, Italy), Rima Virbauskaite (Vilnius, Lithuania), Anna Fraire (Berlin, Germany) & Carla Esposito, Fie Tanderup (Aarhus, Denmark), Denise Lobont (Bucharest, Romania), Daniel Aime (Pérez, Argentina), Miniman (Berlin, Germany), David Zheng (New York City, New York), Gonzalo Rostán (Uruguay), Greg Sand (Clarksville, Tennessee), John Paul Quigley (London, United Kingdom), Klimova Julia (Saint-Petersburg, Russia), Mat Hughes (Melbourne, Australia), and Noemi Comi (Catanzaro, Italy).