Archive for November, 2011

Corin Brown in Take a View – Landscape PotY 2011

Corin’s photograph ‘Hastings Fisherman’ has been selected for the book and exhibition for this year’s Take a View – Landscape Photographer of the Year 2011. She was pleased to hear that the image has been commended by the judges and selected as Judge’s choice by John Langley of the National Theatre. Runs 5 December 2011 […]

Chris Dorley-Brown in Hackney Observed

A photographic projection evening hosted by Photomonth East London, featuring work by Chris Dorley-Brown along with festival patrons Tom Hunter, Stephen Gill and Jenny Matthews. Other renowned photographers and residents of Hackney have been invited to show their work on the big screen. All photographs are of Hackney. Come and enjoy an evening of extraordinary […]

John H Rhodes in Scottish Photographers Exhibition (Fife)

FotoSpace Gallery has their launch exhibition of images by Scottish Photographers, which like LIP is an informal network of independent minded photographers, aiming to encourage the practice of photography as a means of personal expression as well as an art form. Runs 5 December 2011 – 11 January 2012 Private view 3rd December, 3-5pm FotoSpace […]

Every Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Faustus: How come it then that thou art out of hell? Mephistophilis: Why this is hell, nor am I out of it. – Dr Faustus Scene iii Christopher Marlowe The show will feature 13 local members exhibiting work that represents, or has been inspired by a piece of literature. This may be a quote, a […]

Peter Herbert: Patterns of Light

An exhibition of QUADROPHOTOS involving four different photos of the same subject exploring properties of space, colour and light. Subjects include architecture and landscapes from around the world. Runs 18 November 2011 – 13 January 2012 Private View 17th November, 5-8pm Open Monday-Fri, 9am to 7pm The Conference Centre St Pancras Hospital 4 St Pancras […]

Martin Spott in Three Men on the Road (Cambridge)

Three photographers explore their individual responses to the same subject matter – the interaction of people and places. Their perspectives range through different degrees of abstraction, from the human to the formal. From everyday interactions between real individuals captured in a moment, to the pure patterns formed by building and street furniture seen from normally […]