Archive for May, 2011

Lynne Collins in Construction Works

Lynne Collins exhibits alongside three other artists, each of whom explore ways to imagine a new reality through the construction of environments and spaces, created for the single purpose of photographing them. The Front Room is Troika Editions‘ gallery and events space in Clerkenwell. Further details Runs June 21 – September 16, 2011 Private View […]

Mark Burton: Guests and Volunteers

Guests and Volunteers: portraits from the Crisis Night Shift These large-scale portraits provide a rare glimpse inside the Crisis Rough Sleepers Centre in London, which operates during Christmas each year. Cameras are usually banned from the Centre, but as a long-term volunteer Mark was given permission to capture a series of portraits depicting guests and […]

Marco Dall’Omo in Art in Marylebone 2011

An exhibition depicting a day in the life of Marylebone on St. George’s Day, 23 April 2011. Further details at www.artinmarylebone.org Runs June 16-19, 2011 Open Thu-Fri 10-17:30; Sat 10-22:00; Sun 10-17:00 American InterContinental University 110 Marylebone High Street London W1U 4RY Baker Street Underground Station

Tom Gifford in Thames Path and Going Underground

Tom Gifford’s images take us along the south eastern stretch of the Thames Path while Cathy Dupay’s subterranean photographs document life under the city. This exhibition is showing as part of the Brockley Max Arts Festival. Now in its 11th year, the festival is an annual, community festival started by local resident Moira Tait. The […]

Nancye Gault in Out of the Ordinary (Plymouth)

This exhibition has been commissioned to coincide with the RPS Historical Group Conference in Plymouth (13-15 May), looking at relationships between 19th and 21st Century Photography in the South West. Nine Contemporary Photographers have interpreted the theme ‘Out of the Ordinary’ with highly individual responses to a common theme. The photographers exhibiting include Rod Fry […]

Simon Head in Finsbury Park Biennale

Simon is participating in the Finsbury Park Biennale – aka – ‘Park Studios Open 2011‘. He will be showing a selection of life sized photographic prints from the ‘gard’ning series and there will be a small number of his ‘our common ground‘ book on sale at a very reasonable price. All prints will be for […]

Mark Denton in Un | Revealed

An exhibition of photography by artists exploring some of the deepest and most ingrained aspects of what it is to be human: notions of identity, faith, belonging, taboo and the subconscious. Working in a variety of genres including portraiture, landscape, still life and staged photography, these artists are bound by a desire to illuminate the […]

Bill Jackson: The Night Hunter

The Night Hunter is a new series of images taken around Suffolk coastal district. Hosted by Steven Walton Fine Art as part of the Bury St Edmunds Festival Runs May 14 – June 1, 2011 Private view Friday, May 20th from 6pm Open Mon – Sat, 10-5 pm St Edmunds Gallery Angel Hill Bury St […]

Izzi Ramsay: In the Mists of Time

Izzi Ramsay’s recent photographs are of parks and gardens, many of which were left to decay and have now been renovated and restored, such as the Palaces and Gardens at Sansscouci in the old East Germany. The photographs show not only the delight of these parks and gardens, but that they have a wider recreational […]

Anne Crabbe in Photosensitive 2011

A selected exhibition of photographs that have been submitted nationally. Runs May 6 – June 4, 2011 Open Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat: 11am-4pm One Church Street Gallery 1 Church Street Great Missenden, Bucks HP16 OAX Public Transport: Chiltern Line to Great Missenden

Yoke Matze in Dulwich Festival Open House

Yoke Matze takes part in Artists’ Open House which part of the Dulwich Festival 2011. More than 200 artists are opening their homes and studios to the public. The artists show an array of works of art in intimate and inspiring settings. Yoke makes photographic fine art fibre based prints and ‘liquid light’ prints on […]