Member Exhibitions

Yoke Matze in My Place

A mixed-media group exhibition by the South London Women Artists in which Yoke Matze takes part. More info at

“Sense of place is the sixth sense, an internal compass and map made by memory and spatial perception together” – Rebecca Solnit

Runs 7-12 July 2017
Private View July 7th, 6-9pm

Brixton East 1871 Gallery
100 Barrington Road
London SW9 7JF

Transport: Brixton underground

Nicola Jayne Maskrey in Traces 17

Our lives are the sum of millions of moments colliding to make up the past, present and the future. But what traces do these moments leave behind and how do they impact the people we are?

In Traces 17 multidisciplinary artists that attend the peer group at the Free Space Project explore who we have been, where we are now and who we would like to be. The artist peer group is a monthly event for artists that are exploring health and wellbeing in their practice, often covering complex and emotional experiences. See the group website for more details.

Runs 22 June – 17 July 2017
Private View, featuring a special choreographed performance by Paola Napolitano – 22 June, 6.30-9pm

Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Free Space Gallery
Kentish Town Health Centre
2 Bartholomew Road
London NW5 2BX

Transport: Northern Line – Kentish Town; Overground – Kentish Town West

Benjamin Szabo in Shutter Hub Open 2017 (Edinburgh)

Shutter Hub brings together international photographers in a selected exhibition, promoting the future of photography through diverse and creative imagery.

Showcasing a wonderful selection of work, the Shutter Hub OPEN is part of the Retina Scottish International Photography Festival in Edinburgh. Visitors are invited to vote for their ‘Best in Show’ throughout the exhibition and take part in the conversation about photography through a talk and Q&A session, as well as a Meet Up and portfolio reviews.

Runs 1-30 July 2017
Private View 1st July, 7-8pm

The Dark Room
Ocean Terminal, Ocean Drive
Edinburgh EH6 6JJ

Sarah Hickson: Sounds Unseen (New York)

Between December 2015 and May 2016, photographer Sarah Hickson made a number of visits to the temporary refugee camps of Northern France to photograph The Calais Sessions – a live music project among musicians living in the UK, the ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais, and La Grande Synthe in Dunkirk.

The exhibition Sounds Unseen: A Photographic Memoir of The Calais Sessions, chronicles the evolution of this remarkable collaboration and celebrates a vital human connection forged through the common voice of music.

Runs until 24 September 2017
Open Tue-Fri 2-6pm; Sat-Sun 11am-7pm

St. Ann’s Warehouse Studio (Link)
45 Water Street
Brooklyn Bridge Park, DUMBO
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Kathryn Alkins: Up the Creek

An exploration of the historic and rapidly changing Deptford Creek area. Kathryn’s photographic vision uses colour in both a representational and abstract way.

Activity sheets for children are available along with historical information about the area.

Runs 24 June – 5 July 2017
Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Sat-Sun 12-4pm

The Greenwich Gallery
Linear House
Peyton Place, off Royal Hill
SE10 8RS

Transport: Greenwich National Rail & Greenwich DLR

Ealing Satellite Group: London’s Waterways

Minako Iwatake photo

Members of Ealing satellite group have got together to display their collection of images gleaned from walking around London’s waterways – the local canals and further afield, the Thames estuary.

Runs 25 June – 30 July 2017
Private View 28th June, 6.30-9pm

Dominion Arts Centre & Library
112 The Green
Southall UB2 4BQ

Transport: Southall mainline station – 5mins walk

Mandy Williams in Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

The Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition is the largest open submission exhibition in the world with over 1,200 works on display. Now in its 249th year, the Summer Exhibition continues in the tradition of showcasing a variety of work in all media including painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, architecture and film.

Runs 13 June – 20 August 2017
Open Sat-Thu 10am-6pm; Fri 10am-10pm
(closed 19 June for private event)

Royal Academy of Arts
Main Galleries, Burlington House
London W1J 0BD

Transport: Piccadilly Circus and Green Park tube

Daniel Loveday in CCCU Degree Show

This exhibition – part of Free Range – celebrates projects made by photography graduates at the beginning of their lives as creative practitioners. Each project represents a new discovery, a personal journey; the end of undergraduate study and beginning of a new chapter. The work offers insight into how photography can explore contemporary issues by making connections between research and image making.

Runs 23-26 June 2017
Private View 22 June, 6-10pm

Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick Lane
London E1 6QL

Mo Greig: Children of the Illam

At the end of 2016 Mo spent six weeks working with children in an orphanage in South India. This exhibition is their story, told by them through their own images. See for more details.

Runs 27-30 June 2017
Private View 27 June from 6:15pm

Nehru Centre
8 South Audley St
London W1K 1HF

Transport: Green Park – Jubilee, Victoria, Piccadilly lines

LIP Members in an Exhibition of Harringay Photographers

Mary Thompson photo

Three LIP members from Harringay present their photographic views of the area: Lizzie Brown, Sonia Davda and Mary Thompson.

25 May – 24 July 2017
Private View Wednesday 7th June, 6-8pm

Beans & Barley
595 -597 Green Lanes,
London N8 0RE

Transport: Buses 141, 341 and 29; Piccadilly Line

Ted Kinsey: Under Tracks – Celebrating London’s Railway Arches

Miguel’s boxing Gym, Loughborough Junction

Ted has been photographing the businesses and individuals who spend their working life in London’s railway arches since 2014. Over 95 monochrome darkroom prints will be on display in the exhibition – fittingly in a gallery in a railway arch.

Runs 23-25 June 2017
Open Fri 11am-7pm; Sat-Sun 11am-5pm

The Underdog Gallery, Arch 6
Crucifix Lane
London Bridge

Tube: London Bridge (Shard entrance, turn left, 3 mins walk along St Thomas Street)

Peter Spurgeon: Decoy (One-day event)

During the Second World War the Air Ministry commissioned film studios to create fake cities, airfields, docks and oil refineries with the intention of diverting enemy bombs from real targets. Photographer Peter Spurgeon describes how they operated and how he has photographed them.

Thursday 22 June 2017, 2pm

London Metropolitan Archives
40 Northampton Road
London EC1R 0HB

Transport: Farringdon / King’s Cross / Angel / Russell Square

John Chappelow: A Wandering Eye (Shere)

An exhibition of John Chappelow’s work from the past nine years, curated by Yoke Matze MA. The subject matter is eclectic and the style is generally contemplative. The exhibition runs for two weeks in Shere – a picturesque village in the Surrey Hills.

Runs 5-18 June 2017
Open Mon-Fri 11am-5pm, Sat-Sun 10am-6pm (photographer present)

Treacle Gallery
Beaufield Mews
Middle Street
Shere GU5 9HF

LIP Members in Thirteen

Quentin Ball photo

In their third exhibition at the embassy THIRTEEN come together to show a diverse selection of work. LIP members taking part are Quentin Ball, Duncan Unsworth, Gwen Campbell, Gareth Davies, Gordana Johnson and Chris Moxey.

Runs 25 May – 12 July 2017
Open Mon-Thurs 11am-2pm; Fri 10pm-midday

The Croatian Embassy
21 Conway Street
London W1T 6BN

Transport: Warren Street underground

Nicola Jayne Maskrey in FIX Photo Festival Open

FIX Photo is produced and curated by LANG Director Laura Noble. This free exhibition of photography includes works by an array of domestic and international talent. FIX Photo celebrates the many facets of the medium in all its guises. Accompanied by pop-ups and a programme of events, there are creative discoveries for everyone.

Runs 12-21 May 2017
Open Mon-Sun 11am-8.30pm, except Monday 15th gallery closes at 6pm

OXO Tower Wharf
London SE1 9PH

Nearest tubes: Southwark, Blackfriars