LIP Members Exhibitions Archive for 2007

Cinnamon Heathcote-Drury

The Muse, 269 Portobello Road, London W11 Approximately half way down Portobello Road on the left, close to Ladbroke Grove Tube. This is a multi-media show in which Cinnamon is one of the participants. until 5th August 2007 Free Open Tue-Sun from 10-5pm Restaurant open and work may be viewed until about 11pm.

Gerlinde Gniewosz : Searching for Cuba

5 July – 5 August 2007 Downstairs at the Ritzy Cafe Ritzy Picturehouse, Brixton Oval Coldharbour Lane, London SW2 1JG www.zoom-in.org

Moira Lovell : The After School Club

<> <>Moira Lovell’s documentary photographs show young women taken from school-themed nightclubs and returned, still in fancy dress, to the gates of their secondary schools. <>2 July – 29 July 2007 At the Prince Albert 11 Pembridge Rd, London W11 3HQ Nearest Tube Notting Hill

Mark Bury : Urban Landscapes

At Landmark Arts Centre, Ferry Road, Teddington TW11 9NN 18th – 26th July 2007 Weekdays 12.00-19.30 Weekend 10.00-19.30 Part of Richmond & Twickenham Photographic Society’s Annual Exhibition

Who Are We?

A number of LIP members are exhibiting at the exhibition ‘Who Are We? Photographic works by and about people in Ealing’ PM Gallery, London W5 11 May – 10 June 2007 Tuesday – Friday 1-5, Saturday 11-5, Sundays 1-5 Entry Free at PM Gallery, Walpole Park, Mattock Lane, London W5

My Holy Grail by Magdy Moussa

Magdy Moussa’s personal search for her own Holy Grail is the subject of her exhibition. 18th April to 7th June 2007 Opening 18th April, 7:30PM Tuesdays to Saturdays, 5:00 PM till 11:00 PM Darbucka Gallery 182 St John Street London EC1V 4JZ www.Darbuckagallery.com

Brief Window

An exhibition by Martyn Lello until Friday, May 25th 2007 At London Metropolitan University, Library foyer (2nd floor) 41-71 Commercial Road, LONDON  E1 1LA The nearest tube station is Aldgate East. The Library is open from 9.00am – 8.00pm, Monday to Friday

Absence and Loss Photographic Exhibition at LJCC

Absence and Loss is Marion Davies’ personal journey into the total disruption by the Holocaust of the life of her family and of all those who did not fit Hitler’s vision. At London Jewish Cultural Centre Ivy House, 94 – 96 North End Road London NW11 7SX Tel: 020 8457 5000 until Wednesday 30 May […]

Railway Lands, Catching St Pancras and King’s Cross

Includes work by member Angela Inglis. Saturday May 5 till Sunday May 27th 2007 12-6 pm Saturdays and Sundays Also Friday 11 and 18 May from 5-9 pm. Dissenters Gallery, Kensal Green Cemetery Ladbroke Grove, London W10 4RA For a map and further information visit www.dissentersgallery.co.uk The entrance to the gallery is in Ladbroke Grove […]

Finishing Touch with Edward Bowman

An exhibition showcasing the very best of digital imaging, featuring work by Edward Bowman. From AOP: With the majority of images being captured, viewed and distributed digitally around the globe, digital photography has become an influential tool in modern communication. Technological advances and the changes in working practices have had an enormous impact on the […]

John Rhodes at Artcare

This is John Rhodes “Highly Commended” image which is among several he has showing at Artcare, the Salisbury Health Care Open exhibition running until 27th April 2007. See www.artcare.salisburyhealthcare.org for more details and www.johnhrhodes.co.uk for more of John’s work

John Kenny – Light, Land and Water: Beauty in Africa

Thursday March 29th to Saturday April 28th 2007 Capital Culture Gallery 3 Bedfordbury Covent Garden London WC2N 4 BP Mon-Fri 11-6pm Saturdays 1-5pm Entry is free See also www.john-kenny.com

Then and Now

A celebration of Willesden Green High Road and Walm Lane in Video and Photographs Several members of the Queens Park Satellite Group are involved in this exhibition – Mary Dunkin, Jonathan Goldberg, Steve Gross and Vanja Karas. Funded by the English National Lottery Fund, this project presents an in-depth look at part of the main […]

Life, Self andWork: What the camera can tell us

Elizabeth Handy – A Retrospective Exhibition with commentary by Charles Handy March 14 – 31st 2007 Tuesday to Friday 11-5pm, Saturday 11-4pm Admission free The Penny School Gallery 55 Richmond Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT2 5BP. Transport: close to Kingston Station (rail), 65 bus route. The Penny School Gallery is within the grounds of Kingston […]

In the Garden of Dreams

As part of Southwark’s Silver Festival,  Anne-Marie Glasheen will continue to show photo-montage images of women with roots from around the world, but with connections to Southwark. The images were originally created for International Women’s Week and are exhibited with accompanying text reflecting aspects of the women’s dreams and the reality of their lives. Now […]