Archive for July, 2011

Fiona Harvey in For Japan

For Japan is a charity auction for reconstruction in Japan, including selected work by 100 photographers, many who are prominent artists. More details here. Exhibition runs August 2-5, 2011 Auction date: 5th August, 6-8pm Hotshoe Gallery 29-31 Saffron Hill London EC1N 8SW MAP Farringdon tube

Peter Herbert in 557 Shadows

A study of the body and sculptural interpretations in photography, glass and stone. The artists in this exhibition will question the perception of the body in today’s society. Runs August 7-20, 2011 Private view August 6th, 6-9pm Open daily 10am to 7pm The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church Euston Rd London NW1 2BA Nearest transport: […]

Anne Clements in The Fitzrovia Photography Prize

Overwhelmed by entries from the UK and abroad, the Diemar/Noble Photography Gallery shortlisted 53 photographs taken by 53 different photographers for display in this competition. Photographers were asked to submit up to three images taken within a mile radius of the gallery in Fitzrovia. Runs July 21 – August 20, 2011 Open Tues-Sat, 11am – […]

Paul Vickery: Transition

In his latest project Transition, Paul explores the complexities of teenage identity. While observing a group of street dancers and free runners in a small town in South West England, he felt compelled to record the moment, then spent nearly two years documenting his observations. “As the project evolved I became interested in the period […]

Katherine Green in Road to 2012: A Local Story

Road to 2012: A Local Story, commissioned by National Portrait Gallery/BT, highlights east London perspectives on the changing landscape and the impact of the Games on the local environment. Young people and adults actively involved in community sport and social groups in the boroughs of Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Newham and Greenwich share their […]

Mark Burton in Active Witness

Active Witness: An Exhibition of Photography to Celebrate the European Year of Volunteering The work in this exhibition has been selected for the European Commission by Simon Baker, curator of photography at Tate Modern, and Ines De Bordas. The exhibition brings together 26 works by photographers representing the 26 participating countries, whose work either engages […]

Nick Scammell in Crossing Lines: Elephant in a Room

Photographing materiality, memory, moment, memorial, monument and mausoleum, in and around the work-in-progress that is the Elephant & Castle area. Casting urban space as gateway, theatre, evocation, recreation, re-creation, entrance, exit and route, Crossing Lines is an open and ongoing creative collaboration between LIP members and the Centre for Urban and Community Research (CUCR) at […]

Sam Tanner & David Malarkey: Two Visions

Sam Tanner photo An exhibition by two members of LIP, both using film but with very different approaches to their work. Sam’s photographs are from his book Love is. They show the importance of love at every stage of our lives. David has returned repeatedly to the same place to produce his sequence of abstract […]

Yoke Matze in SLWA Summer Exhibition

For two nights only on Fridays 8 and 15 July the work of South London Women Artists (SLWA) will be on show in East Dulwich. The show will be hung in traditional salon style to infuse the space with life and energy. On Friday 15 July the end of show party will celebrate the artists […]

Ellie Davies in Nine-Point Perspective: Ways of Seeing

The first Tri-pod Group Exhibition showcases the work of nine selected visual artists and photographers working on personal photographic and lens-based projects, including Ellie Davies. The works in the show cut across different photographic genres and subject matter. However, they are all linked by a desire to explore alternative ways of presenting artistic works in […]

Peter Spurgeon in People and Portraiture

The aim of this exhibition is to celebrate the diverse character of London with new works exploring portrait making. Runs July 4 – August 30, 2011 Private View Thursday, July 7, 6-9pm Free entry, Open Mon-Fri, 9am-9pm; Sat 10am-2pm Oxford House Derbyshire Street Bethnal Green London E2 6HG Nearest tube: Bethnal Green