Archive for September, 2009

Peter Herbert in People : Places

The first of two exhibitions in Kentish Town, by local photographer of people and places from Australia, New Zealand and England. Image above is the photo enclosed is “Dream Of The Gods”, taken in Sydney, Australia 2009. Exhibition Runs October 9 – November 9, 2009 Private view October 8th, 7.00pm Open daily 10.30 TO 7.00 […]

Christian Alegria in Metamerism

me•tam•er•ism: The relation to two colors and their relation under different light sources, the capability of humans, to recognise different colours and their relation under different lightcolours. The mediums of photography, painting, graphic design and film are brought together to explore various states of mind and perspectives of the individual. Whether through light or the […]

Peter Marshall: Taken in London

London still has a claim to be the greatest city in the world and it is still the most photographed of all cities. The key area of all cities is the street, where people walk, congregate, shop and meet, and both Marshall and Baldesare come out of the tradition of street photography and concentrate on […]

Hamish Stewart: Hand-made Photographs in the Digital Age

LIP member Hamish Stewart is exhibiting along with Geoff Chaplin, Alex Chater, Hellena Cleary, Julian Smart & Tom Sobota in this East London Photomonth show, which brings together the work of six photographers who work with pigment printing processes, which can trace their origins to the 1850s. In an era when we can take a […]

Mark Denton & Carolyn Lefley: A Place Like Home

LIP members Mark Denton and Carolyn Lefley are exhibiting along with Ewa Bialek, in this East London Photomonth 2009 show. ‘A Place Like Home’ brings together the work of three photographers who make work about memory and home. Ewa Bialek’s ‘In Between’ explores the familiarity that she lost with her Polish homeland whilst living in […]

Kobi Israel in Now: Art of the 21st Century Auction

Kobi Israel has two limited edition photographs to be sold in this Phillips de Pury auction, which offers exciting works of contemporary art, design and photography. This print is from Kobi’s very first body of work Fragments of Life, created during 2001-2003. Key works from this series have been included in exhibitions at The National […]

Bill Jackson in International Exhibition of Portraits

52 artists from 7 countries were selected by juror, Mary Ellen Mark. Mary Ellen Mark is a photographer known for her photojournalism, portraiture, and advertising photography. Today, she is recognized as one of our most respected and influential photographers. Runs November 6-28, 2009 Private view November 6th The Center For Fine Art Photography 400 North […]

Nigel Jarvis: The Sea

A small collection of eight seascapes to look at while you drink your latte and contemplate what life is about. Runs September 1 – November 10, 2009 Open Mon-Fri, 6:30am to 5pm Cosy Coffee 63 Great Portland Street, London W1W 7LN

Karolina Dudek: The Dead Crow; Eleven Months of Evidence

A series of photographs of a dead crow taken intermittently over eleven months, and is still in progress. It is a journey through the different stages of the decomposing crow, drawing on the inevitable fact that there is one certainty in life, annihilation. Within her work, Dudek explores the unique ability of photography to see […]

Fran Minien: The Viewpoint, in New York

This body of work explores a still life approach to beautiful viewpoints of the world and the tools that facilitate the view. The photographer enjoys the irony of the ‘viewfinder’, its suggestion that looking through the telescope, but not just open your eyes and admire. These Photographs evolve into a metaphor of how human kind […]

Millie Burton in Territory: Photography Open 09

Millie Burton’s image, Untitled (Armchair), from her series General Effects, will be among the images shown at the first Otter Gallery photography open. Works have been selected from over 150 entrants by judges Susie Medley, Director of Fotonet, and Steve McDade, Head of Fine Art at the University of Chichester. Entrants were asked to submit […]

Laura Cuch: No Ma

No Ma is a photographic portrait project about women who have not been mothers and are certain they will never be, no matter the reason. Can the No Maternity generate a certain feeling of lack of bodily/ personal achievement? On the contrary, what is the potential for women in having a life and an identity […]

Ellie Davies in Out Of Space

Our cities, a seamless collage of corporate spaces containing the most ambitious architecture, the most powerful companies and indeed the most sought after postcodes/ zip codes in the world. But in our current climate, as the economic viability of these spaces diminish, what factors remain to define them, are they merely reduced to commercial hinterlands? […]

Joe Bowes: First Impressions

First Impressions’ is a solo exhibition of black and white hand prints by Joe Bowes. David Hurn once said on being a photographer what is really important: The need for a good pair of shoes and the fact that a photograph is made by where you stand and when you release the shutter, not in […]