Archive for July, 2012

Michael McGuinness in Here and There – MA Photojournalism

The emphasis of this MA Photojournalism Group Show is on contemporary approaches to editorial and documentary photography. Runs 11-14 September 2012 Private View September 11th, 18h30 Ambika P3 University of Westminster 35 Marylebone Road London NW1 5LS Baker Street Tube

LVP @ Goldsmiths College

The exhibition of LIP’s London Villages Project opens on Monday 30th July and will run until Sunday 26th August inclusive. The official opening by Nick Raynesford MP for Greenwich and Woolwich will take place at the Private View on Thursday 2nd August. The opening will also include the launch of The book of The London […]

LVP @ DeptfordX

John Levett photo Gordana Johnson photo The DeptfordX Annual Art Festival is now on and LIP’s London Villages Project is part of it. Members of the Project are represented on a four-banner exhibition located at the entrance to Deptford Station and on the Creekside location of Art Hub. Runs 27 July – 12 August 2012 […]

Celine Marchbank in Beautiful Loot Collective show (Fife)

During October 2011, seven photographers were invited to undertake a photographic residency at the Old Church in Pittenweem. The strangers came together to develop their practice through engagement with the local environment, their aim was to produce new, independent bodies of work that were in some way connected to the East Neuk of Fife and […]

Dan Bachmann: The Shepherds of Lunca Ilvei

This is Dan Bachmann’s first solo exhibition. In the most North Eastern corner of Transylvania, lies the idealistic village of Lunca Ilvei. Horses easily out number cars, tractors and trucks combined. They play a major role in forestry, the town’s major industry, from bringing trees out of the woods to carrying the processed timber to […]

Quentin Ball: 2012: The Final Days

Quentin Ball brings his unique interpretation of ‘the end days’ with images that are stark reminders of what is happening now, and may happen, to our fragile planet. Inspired by ‘The Doomsday Handbook – 50 Ways the World Could End’ by science journalist Alok Jha. Runs 6-19 August, 2012 (extended dates) Open 11am-6pm daily, including […]

LIP Members in Memorial: A Crossing Lines Group Exhibition

Images by Jennifer Roberts / Hugh Look Crossing Lines is a collaboration between London Independent Photography & the Centre for Urban & Community Research at Goldsmiths College. Memorial, the first Crossing Lines exhibition of 2012, showcases twelve variations on the theme, taking ‘memorial’ as a repository of memory and meaning, investigating the interplay and divisions […]

Chris Moxey & Tony Hale in Lauderdale House Annual Exhibition

Chris Moxey photo Tony Hale photo Chris Moxey and Tony Hale have each had prints selected for this group show, the 27th Annual Exhibition held at Lauderdale House. 25 July – 5 August 2012 Private View Wednesday 25th July, 7.30-9pm Lauderdale House Waterlow Park Highgate Hill London N6 5HG Tube: Archway. Buses: 143, 210, 271, […]

Mandy Williams in From the Shadows

Between July and September 2012, the eyes of the world will be on Fish Island, Hackney Wick and the surrounding area. Millions of Londoners, tourists, journalists and companies will call the area home, as it gears up for this summer’s Olympic Games. Stour Space, a gallery, studio and events space, is one of the buildings […]