Archive for April, 2009

Popi Tsoukatou Solo Exhibition: Objects in Motion

Tsoukatou’s images reveal the movement and rhythm of life, the fleeting details and mysteries unfolding in common places and chance moments. The subtle gestures, the furtive glances, the darkness that illuminates; these are a few of the recurring symbols which appear in this work that help us recognize ourselves in the unguarded moments of our […]

Ellie Davies: New Landscape

Landscape photography is currently undergoing a renaissance and many photographers are turning their backs on conventional interpretations of nature. In the face of looming global political and environmental politics landscape photographers are increasingly showing places that are changing, endangered, threatened or that hold a simple metaphor beyond the physical. The photographers featured in the exhibition […]

Anne-Marie Glasheen: More-Unbound

An exhibition featuring photomontaged images inspired by poems that grew out of a European writers exchange Runs May 9 – June 6 2009 Private View May 14, 6-8pm Margate Library Gallery Cecil Street, Margate Kent CT9 1RE Open Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri 9-6; Thurs 9-8; Sat 9-5

Ellie Davies: Beautiful Landscapes

A photography and statement exhibition exploring the different meanings of “Beautiful Landscape” from a group of international photographers. Runs May 5-10 2009 Open Tuesday-Sunday 3 Bedfordbury Gallery Bedfordbury, Covent Garden London WC2N 4BP Tube: Covent Garden/ Leicester Square

Bill Jackson: RPS 152nd International Print Exhibition

The Royal Photographic Society’s International Print Exhibition is the longest standing exhibition of its kind in the world. During its long history of over 150 years, it has gained a reputation for showcasing a wide range of genres and styles of photography, with cutting edge prints being shown alongside traditional work. This has ensured its […]

Yoke Matze: Group Show in The Hague

Still-Life Within Photography shows work from ‘The New Photography’ around 1920th to work by contemporary photographers. Yoke Matze’s work includes images taken in Paul Citroen’s studio in Wassenaar, the Netherlands. Paul Citroen was a Dutch painter and photographer and studiied at the Bauhaus in Germany between the two world wars. Runs March 28 – June […]