Archive for August, 2009

Queens Park Group: Persistence of Vision

Inspired by film and all things cinematic! Twelve members of the Queens Park satellite group participate in a group show curated by long-standing LIP member Quentin Ball (ARPS) and will also include a video installation showing a series of short films provided by the Portobello Film Festival. All the works have some link to a […]

Agata Cardoso in Pieces of Me

Sculptural and photographic pieces by Agata Cardoso and Jonathon Solomon Runs October 16-22, 2009 Private view Friday 16th October 16th, 6-10pm Open Monday-Saturday 2.30-6.30pm RedGate Gallery London 209a Coldharbour Lane London SW9 8RU Public transport: Loughborough Junction overground, 45 bus from Kings Cross

Latitude Photographers: I Always Knew You’d Come Back

A collaborative exhibition produced in response to the relationship between cinema and photography, on the theme “I Always Knew You’d Come Back”. The installation investigates the notion of the cinematic clich√©, involving audience interaction to create an evolving storyboard. Participants are encouraged to edit a sequence of images that explores a personal vision or narrative […]

Robert Davies: A Walk By The Sea

Robert says, “The British Seaside is a very special place. A place to play, reflect, relax and forget. But it is also a place that has a mysterious, almost surreal dimension, a dimension that these photographs try to capture before it disappears forever.” Runs August 8 – September 4, 2009 Open weekdays 10:00 – 5:00, […]

Duncan Unsworth: Cassiobury Park

Cassiobury Park is one of the treasures of Watford. Despite the strollers, footballers, playing children, dog walkers, cross-country runners, miniature railway enthusiasts, picnickers, croquet players and all the others it is still possible to find moments of solitude there. It is these moments, the moments when the poetry of nature speaks, that are reflected in […]

Odette England: Attentional Landscapes

Odette England’s third solo show for 2009 will feature a selection of works from her acclaimed ‘Attentional Landscapes’ series in which she investigates memory through personal family photographs. Runs September 28 – November 13 2009 Private View Saturday September 26th, 7pm-9pm The Space Audley House, Hove Street Hove BN3 2DE Private view is free & […]

Quentin Ball: The Silent City, Photographs of London at Rest

Quentin Ball writes, “The night before, the anticipation kicks in. I wake early-the sky is still dark, but changing quickly with the approaching day. No time to waste! The adrenaline starts to flow. I grab an energy a coffee, waiting camera bag and am out the door and into London. There I am in a […]

Chris Moxey & Tony Hale in Lauderdale House Exhibition

An exhibition of the winning entries into the Lauderdale House photographic competition featuring works from photographers of all backgrounds. Categories for submission were ‘Open’ and ‘Reflection’. Chris has three photographs selected for the show, one of which was the winner in the ‘Open’ category. Runs August 4-16, 2009 Private View August 5th, 7:30-9:00pm Lauderdale House […]

Second Greenwich Annuale

The Greenwich group of London Independant Photography returns to Viewfinder Photography Gallery in August for an exhibition reflecting the diverse styles, ideas and interests of this flourishing collection of both local and international photographers. The Greenwich group formed in May 2007, meets monthly at Viewfinder and now numbers over 130 photographers. The diversity of this […]