Member Exhibitions

Daniela White: Activating the Future

An exhibition of abstract photographs of London urban architecture, exploring the changing environment. Part of DeptfordX

6 September – 3 October 2017
Open Tue, Wed, Sun 10am-6pm; Thu-Sat 10am-10pm

Festa Sul Prato
222 Trundley’s Road
Deptford
London SE8 5JE

Transport: Surrey Quays, Canada Water, 225

Ealing Satellite Group: Tag


Marie Fitzgerald photo

Tag is a game where one person tags another, only this time played with photographs. Each photographer responds to the previous image creating a chain reaction of connected images. The results are displayed for the first time during the Borough of Ealing Art Trail (BEAT) and will be suspended in mid-air in the beautiful space of St Mary’s Church, Ealing. Fifteen members of the Ealing satellite group are exhibiting.

Runs 6-16 September 2017
Private View 6th September, 7-9.30pm

Open Mon-Thurs 9:30am-5pm; Fri 9:30am-8pm; Sat 11am-6pm; Sun 12-6pm

St Mary’s Church
St Mary’s Road
Ealing
London W5 5RH

Transport: South Ealing Underground (Piccadilly line); Bus 65

LIP at Ruislip


Anne Crabbe photo

The Ruislip Satellite Group of LIP exhibits at the Cow Byre Art Gallery.
Contact Robert Davies for further details

Runs 25-30 September 2017
Open daily 10.30am – 5pm

Cow Byre Art Gallery
Manor Farm
Bury Street
Ruislip
HA4 7SU

Michael J Duke: Life After Coffee

Michael says of his exhibition: “I do admit that coffee is more than just a drink to me. I enjoy reading up on the history of the drink as well as collecting cups with logos from various cafés I have visited on my travels. During each ‘coffee stop’, I like to try to capture the locality outside by taking a photograph through the café or restaurant window.”

Runs through September 2017

Phoenix Cinema
52 High Rd
East Finchley
London N2 9PJ
Tube: East Finchley (Northern Line – 150 yards)

Mike Cookson and Jan Cylwik in Light into Matter


Mike Cookson photo

Light into Matter is the 2017 University of Westminster MA Photography Arts exhibition. This year is a joint show with Documentary Photography and Photojournalism MA students. LIP members Mike Cookson and Jan Cylwik are exhibiting.

A symposium event will be held on Sat, 2 September, 4-6pm (details/tickets)
Featuring ‘On the cusp: debating Richard Mosse’s INCOMING’, and speakers Lewis Bush, Duncan Woolridge, Joy Gregory, David Moore and Lucy Soutter

Runs 23 August – 5 September 2017
Private View 1st September, 6.30-8.30pm

Open daily 12-7pm; Closed Mon, 28 August

Ambika P3 Gallery
University of Westminster
35-100 Marylebone Road
London NW1 5LS

Transport: Baker Street tube

Minako Iwatake & Chris Moxey in Lauderdale House Annual


Minako Iwatake photo

The Lauderdale House Annual Exhibition features photographs by the winners and runners-up of the Open Category and At Home Category, along with shortlisted work. Displays are in the Entrance Hall and Lower Gallery.

Runs 9 August – 3 September 2017
Private View 9th August, 7.30-9pm

Open Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri: 11am-4pm; Thu 11.30am-4pm

Lauderdale House
Highgate Hill
Waterlow Park
London N6 5HG

Transport: Archway Underground; Buses 143, 210 & 271

GA10: Tenth Greenwich Annuale

The Greenwich Annuale exhibition features photographs from Greenwich members and LIP guests. We don’t select but the shows have been ever more impressive. Come and see how we are doing this year.

Once again there will be an evening with guest critics – and responses from the photographers and the audience. The critics will be Valeria Carullo (Curator RIBA photo collection) and Krystina Stimakovits (photographer).

Runs 14-27 August 2017
Private View 17th August, 6.30-8.30pm
Critics Evening 24th August, 6.30-8.30pm

Gallery hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Sat-Sun 12-4pm

The Greenwich Gallery
Linear House
Peyton Place
SE10 8RS

Transport: Greenwich rail & DLR; Buses 180, 199, 177, 386

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 www.southlondonwomenartists.co.uk

“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
Greenwich
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
Piccadilly
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
F BLOCK T3
91 Brick Lane
London E1 6QL