Archive for January, 2011

Quentin Ball: A Line in the Sand

Muswell Hill fine art photographer Quentin Ball ARPS announces a major retrospective exhibition, A Line in the Sand. The exhibition celebrates Mr Ball’s 65th birthday on St Valentine’s Day and 40 years of dramatic architecture and landscape photography. Mr Ball, one of a dwindling number of film photographers, has worked extensively in monochrome infrared film, […]

Ellie Davies in Salon Photo Prize 2011

Ellie exhibits work in the Salon Photo Prize, the inaugural photography exhibition produced by Matt Roberts Arts in East London. This year’s selection panel consisted of: Simon Baker, Curator of Photography, Tate; Stefanie Braun, Curator, The Photographers’ Gallery; Tim Clark, Editor-in-chief, 1000 Words Photography Magazine; Charlotte Cotton, Creative Director, National Media Museum. Runs Feb 3 […]

Daniel Bosworth: London Cyclists

A topological study of London cyclists. Runs March 7 – 21, 2011 Open Mon–Fri 07:30–22:00; Sat 09:00–22:00; Sun 10:00–22:00 look mum no hands! 49 Old Street London EC1V 9HX Old Street tube

Ellie Davies in Lens Culture Int’l Exposure Awards (Paris)

The Lens Culture International Exposure Awards discover, recognize, reward, and promote talented, new, emerging and established photographers from around the world. Runs February 3 – 22, 2011 Private View February 3 Espace Dupon 74 rue Joseph de Maistre 75018 Paris

Ellie Davies in The Tallinn 15th Print Triennial (Estonia)

Ellie Davies shows work in the Tallinn 15th Print Triennial which has the theme ‘For Love Not Money’ and incorporates a number of definitions, including addiction, obligation, family, objectification, religion, political ties and sex. The project attempts to reflect current trends in modern art, set against the backdrop of the global financial crisis. Contributing to […]

Astrid Schulz in Over the Hill: A Photographic Journey

This exhibition is a photographic digital installation, instigated by Tim Andrews, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease. He had the urge to be seen through the eyes of over 100 photographers since the onset of his illness. The impressive list of top photographers includes Rankin, Harry Borden, Vanessa Winship & Steve Bloom (who’s image of Tim […]

Ewa Lachowicz in ‘little voice’

little voice is presented by la société de la petite voix, a group of artists whose aim is to collaboratively exhibit and sell work as a cooperative, with any profits being equally distributed between all artists to fund their ongoing fine-art photography studies. We have found this approach inevitably awakens inspiration, intuition and enthusiasm within […]

Edward Bowman in Open Photography 2 (Bristol)

Edward Bowman has had three prints accepted to the Open Photography 2011 exhibition which combines the work of invited photographers and open submissions, presenting contemporary approaches to photography. In partnership with Bristol Festival of Photography – Bristol’s first and only festival dedicated entirely to photographic art and practices. Runs February 20 – April 5, 2011 […]

Catlin Harrison in Constructs, Spectacle and Self

Runs January 13 – February 13, 2011 Private View January 20th Open Wed & Fri, 12-5pm; Thu, 12:30-6pm; Sat/Sun, 12-4pm; Closed Mon & Tue The Viewfinder Photography Gallery is pleased to present Constructs, Spectacle and Self, a group exhibition of photographic projects by Kerry Clark, Kelly Brown and Catlin Harrison. The work featured in this […]

Cinnamon Heathcote-Drury in Brixton Salon 2010-2011

This group show celebrates the variety, cultural diversity, colours and interests of the area. Runs December 21, 2010 – January 9, 2011 Open: Wed-Fri 12-5; Sat-Sun 12-4 Viewfinder Photography Gallery 52 Brixton Village *(formerly Granville Arcade) London SW9 8PS Brixton tube www.viewfinder.org.uk/information/visit.html