Archive for September, 2010

Anthony Carr: The Forgotten Quarter

The Forgotten Quarter: An Obscured Camera Production A new series of long exposure pinhole photographs by Anthony Carr revealing a forgotten area of Milton Keynes. Part of an ongoing documentary project, since 2006 Runs October 29 – November 27, 2010 Private View October 29th, 6-8pm FRINGE MK Project Space 1 Midsummer Place Central Milton Keynes […]

Stefan Syrowatka: Northern Grace

I’m showing a few photographs of my book project ‘Northern Grace‘ as part of the This is Not a Gateway festival. More info at: Runs October 22-24, 2010 Private View October 21st, 7pm Hanbury Hall 22 Hanbury Street London E1 6QR

Ellie Davies in In Site (Brighton)

As part of the Brighton Photo Fringe Festival 2010, IN SITE features the work of photographers Ellie Davies, Wendy Pye and Toby Smith who create their photographic projects within protected sites of outstanding natural beauty and special scientific interest. Using different photographic strategies, each photographer has produced a series of images focusing on their relationship […]

Second Annual Shoreditch Group Exhibition

THE SECOND ANNUAL EXHIBITION of the LIP Shoreditch satellite group features members’ personal work from the past year and the collaborative narrative project PARALLELS with images from 24 contributors. The exhibition is part of the Photomonth festival, now in its 10th year. Runs October 1 – November 20, 2010 Private view Thursday, October 7th from […]

Peter Marshall in Paris – New York – London

Paris 19e, 1988 by Peter Marshall Work from three photographers, three major world cities & three decades, Peter Marshall exhibits work from Paris alongsde Paul Baldesare and John Benton-Harris. Peter’s book Photo Paris will be available, price £15, at the party – a poetic vision of Paris’s inner suburbs from an artist’s book he produced […]

Mark Burton: Mibila Mothers

As part of the Art Saves Lives Exhibition at the Hot Tap Theatre I am showing life-size portraits of some of the mothers from Mibila, a village deep in rural Zambia. These women and children now have access to primary healthcare from the Mibila Village Clinic, a vision of a UK team of volunteers and […]

Mark Denton: Close To You

Showcasing the final project work of students who have completed the MA Photography degree at TVU. From the local to the global, the intimate to the overt, practices include contemporary urban landscapes, phototherapy and diaristic work; but in particular the group has focussed on our ongoing obsession with the human face with a strong emphasis […]

Malcolm Crowthers: Portraits 1980-2010

Retrospective of the stunning portraiture by Malcolm Crowthers, a leading specialist in music photography. Works on show include other artists and celebrities including a whimsical image of the former Archbishop of Canterbury. Runs September 24 – October 31, 2010 Private View September 23rd, 6-9pm Open daily 11am-6pm, Admission free Seven Dials Club 42 Earlham Street […]

Astrid Schulz: Food Keeps Body & Soul Together

‘Food Keeps Body & Soul Together’ is bringing together my passion for food and my previous career as a costume designer. Before each image concept was developed, most of the sitters were asked about their favourite food. In other pictures the edible item is telling the viewer something about the sitter’s pastime. The resulting images […]

Popi Tsoukatou: Objects in Motion (Greece)

Most photographers use the tools at their disposal to freeze time in their images, like ice covering a river. But this is both the gift of photography and its limitation. Time never stands still. It has even become a matter of pride among the majority that their images are “technically” correct, every millimeter of the […]

Constantine Gras in Flood Light

A programme of short films about the Grand Union Canal and Westway at the Portobello Film Festival. This is a free event and all films for the Flood Light programme are U-certified. Flood Light was a film making project run by Constantine Gras as part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s InTRANSIT festival […]

David Lewis: The Persistence of Memory

My sixth solo exhibition takes its title from Dali’s famous 1931 painting, depicting a surreal scene symbolising the passing of time and its effects on the memory. The images are all of colourful advertising posters in various locations both in the UK and abroad. Some are photographed in the context of their immediate, changing surroundings, […]

Busman’s Holiday

Image by Caroline Fraser Busman’s Holiday presents a diverse range of projects by artists on holiday but unable to stop photographing. Steven Jones documents his trips in a fun and striking way; Kate Goodwin collects and reinterprets rubbish found on the beach; Caroline Fraser presents abstract shots of sand and water and Anita Chandra shows […]

Holly Revell in The Pleasure Parlour

An art festival celebrating the exotic, the erotic and sensuality with fabulous art work including photography, screen prints, painting and sculpture. Holly will be opening up her DARKROOM offering guests a sensual and atmospheric experience resulting in a sumptuous time-based image. There will also be live music, performers, dancers and djs throughout Friday night and […]

Lucie Varekova: Cornwall

Chorak presents the exhibition of photographs Cornwall through the eyes of Lucie Vařeková at two venues through October and November. October 1-31, 2010 Chorak East Finchley 122 High Rd, East Finchley, London N2 9ED, 0208 365 3330 Nearest tube East Finchley; Buses 102, 143, 234, 263 November 1-30, 2010 Chorak Muswell Hill 229 Muswell Hill […]