Archive for April, 2012

Clare Park: Gathering Light

Clare Park’s photographs involve five researchers and their patients exploring the nature and impact of translational research and expressing the journey from basic science to patient benefit. Presented by UCLH Arts & The Joint Research Office. www.clarepark.tv Above image: Diving from Reality “The pleasure of weightless submersion once felt like an impossible dream. I have […]

Stephen Brockerton: No Man’s Land

An exhibition of large-scale panoramic prints exploring the awe inspiring beauty of South America’s vast unoccupied landscapes of deserts, salt flats, high plains, mountains and more inhospitable regions that have managed to escape the traces of development and monopolising hands of mankind. Runs 1-20 May, 2012 Private View Thursday 3rd May, 7-9pm Open Mon–Fri, 9am-6pm; […]

Perception: Ealing Satellite Group Exhibition

Marie Fitzgerald photo Fifteen photographers from LIP’s Ealing satellite group interpret the theme of ‘Perception’ through their diverse styles of photography. United by their shared passion for photography, the group explore their perceptions of the area in which they live, things that go unnoticed in everyday life or perceptions about places further afield. 13 May […]

Michaela Greene: Living Life

Michaela Green exhibits portraits of paralympic athletes, which aim to show the concept of ‘Living Life’ to the full, in individuals who really do. 12-19 May, 2012 Private View 15th May, 6pm-9pm Open Mon-Sat 11am-5.30pm For wheelchair access please call: 0207 7398828 Underground Gallery Exit 9, Chring Cross Underground Station The Strand London WC2N 4HZ

Rashida Mangera & Hady Bayoumi: Our View

Rashida Mangera and Hady Bayoumi collaborate in this exhibition entitled “Our View – on making a difference”. Rashida shows black & white photographs from the Nelson Mandela 90th Birthday Celebration in Hyde Park, portraits from an ongoing project on Domestic Workers in Johannesburg, South Africa, and a special feature on ‘giving photos, not taking them’ […]

Agata Cardoso: Uncovered

Uncovered is a striking exhibition by photographers Agata Cardoso and Daniel Regan exploring an alternative beauty in alopecia and breast cancer survivors. Their aim is to raise awareness of both these conditions as well as challenging contemporary ideas of beauty. All monies made go back to their sponsored charities. Runs 14-20 May, 2012 Private View […]

Yoke Matze in snap! South London Women Artists Exhibition

Abstract IV – Kew Gardens One of Yoke’s photographic images was selected for this biennial exhibition of South London Women Artists, cross-referencing contemporary female art with the history of feminism. SLWA presents a dynamic and comprehensive survey of contemporary painting, drawing, printmaking, textiles and photography. Runs 2-7 May, 2012 Private View 2nd May, 6-9pm Open […]

Celine Marchbank in The Art Collective Exhibition (Brighton)

The Art Collective exhibits a mix of oil paintings, illustrations and photography in this group show. Celine Marchbank, who was recently shortlisted for the European Book Publisher’s Award for her Tulip project, will showcase her award winning portfolio Swimmers from the “Open Here” Hereford Photography Festival. Runs 5-22 April, 2012 Open daily Sun-Wed, 11am-5.30pm Open […]

2X4 Photographers: Dulwich Satellite Group Exhibition

Julien Lesage photo Eight photographers from the LIP’s Dulwich & Sydenham satellite group exhibit a wide diversity of styles, content and approaches celebrating the last year’s activity. The show splits midway, so a group of four members will exhibit each of the two weeks. Work by John Chappelow, Yoke Matze, Pupak Navabpour, Julien Lesage, Eamonn […]

Anita Chandra: On Location

Anita exhibits a collection of work taken from the series Mauritius and Barcelona Streets. Runs 2 April – 19 May, 2012 Private View Friday, 27th April at 6.00pm Open Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 9am-5pm Deli X 156 Deptford High Street London SE8 3PQ Public Transport: Deptford Bridge DLR or Deptford railway (South Eastern)