Archive for September, 2011

Anthony Carr in Case Open (Bradford)

Anthony Carr is showing a series of six photographs in this group exhibition which is part of Ways of Looking, a new photography fesitval in Bradford. The theme for the festival is EVIDENCE and includes exhibitions, commissions, public artworks, talks and other events. For further details see: www.waysoflooking.org/programme/case-open-selected-works Runs 30 Sept-30 Oct 2011 Private View […]

Ellie Davies: Come with Me

Come with Me presents four series of landscape photography made by Ellie Davies in The New Forest between 2008 and 2011. Davies has intervened in areas of the forest landscape to create images that express her relationship to the forest, and though each body of work stands alone as a distinct series, together they trace […]

Anne Clements in photomonth photolounge

Anne Clements exhibits with five other photographers at photolounge as part of Photomonth 2011, an international photography festival taking place at venues primarily around east London. Runs 12-16 October, 2011 Open Tues-Sun 11am-6pm, Thurs to 9pm 4 Wilkes Street London E1 6QF Liverpool Street tube

Lidia Kowalewicz in Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2011

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize presents the very best in contemporary portrait photography, showcasing the work of talented young photographers and gifted amateurs alongside that of established professionals and photography students. This year the competition attracted over 6,000 submissions by 2,506 photographers from around the world, with sixty works selected for exhibition. Runs 10 […]

Peter Marshall: Secret Gardens of St John’s Wood

Peter exhibits panoramic images taken in 2011 in private gardens in St John’s Wood for this project with Mireille Galinou of the Queen’s Terrace Café, a cultural café in the heart of St John’s Wood. This is the café’s first photographic show. A book of the same name including 76 photographs by Peter Marshall accompanies […]

Izzi Ramsay in Palace Art Fair

Izzi Ramsay will show her latest work at the historical Fulham Palace, once the home of the bishops of London. The stately rooms will house the Palace Art Fair where you can see the work of around 100 artists. There is a cafe with delicious food and beautiful gardens where you can wander and bring […]

Bill Jackson: Cabinet Of Curiosities

Bill Jackson’s new solo show “Cabinet of Curiosities” brings together three sets of work: “Head”, “Imaginary People” and “Relics”. Each project asks questions about the limitations of photography and specifically how the line between photography and other art forms, in particular sculpture, is being blurred in contemporary photographic practice. Bill’s primary concern is to explore […]

Constantine Gras: Vinyl Replay

Vinyl Replay is a unique visual exploration of Constantine’s record collection. In the studio and on location, he has used long exposures, often with a camera in motion, to reinterpret his dusty and scratched vinyl records. These records range from 1966 Beach Boys up until his last days of active vinyl collecting from Mole Jazz […]

Caroline Fraser: Hawkwood

Caroline is presenting work from her home locality as part of the Chislehurst Festival 2011. Images from Hawkwood, a local National Trust property and from her series “Springtime in Suburbia” explore nature’s tendency towards chaos and man’s desire for order in the suburban environment. For full details see the Festival website Runs September 17 – […]

Astrid Schulz: Kate’s Journal

Kate’s Journal features a series of 15 portrait images, showing the different stages of breast cancer treatment. The exhibition includes informative and informal events for people and their loved ones currently affected by breast cancer, with the aim to give other cancer patients (and their next of kin) an insight into the treatment with a […]

Izzi Ramsay: Hauntings: Mediating Media

An installation of images of the faces of statues from ancient times. Images are printed onto fine transparent film and impressed onto the bark of trees, giving the viewer the notion that she might be seeing things. The impermanent nature of the materials used in the installation echoes the shifting and impermanent state of our […]