Archive for May, 2013

Kingston Satellite Group Show: Eleven Photographers

Andrew Gulland photo The inaugural exhibition by eleven members of the Kingston Satellite Group of London Independent Photography. The exhibition will showcase eleven very different approaches to photography, subject matter and use of techniques including film as well as digital. The exhibition will reflect the range and diversity of approaches with images sourced from Burma […]

Ealing Satellite Group Show: Small Adventures

Being in the everyday can be thought of as a series of small adventures. At the heart of photography is seeing and paying attention to what often goes unnoticed. A key practice is the discipline of taking a camera on all occasions with quiet attention of the eyes and heart. Those adventures can be undertaken […]

Simon Head in Park Studios Open Weekend

Visit Simon’s last show before he leaves Park Studios for a new studio nearby at 1 Lancaster Road. During the weekend Simon shares his studio with his good friend Maureen Nathan who will be a permanent member of Park Studios in future. www.parkstudios.org.uk Runs 11-12 May 2013, 1-6pm Opening night May 10th, 6-8pm Park Studios […]

Lizzie Brown: Crouch End Open Studio

Crouch End Open Studio weekend features artists showcasing their painting, sculpture, prints, ceramics and photography. Now in its ninth year, the weekend is an opportunity to enjoy the ambiance of Crouch End, meet artists and view and buy their work, all within walking distance of the clock tower. www.crouchendopenstudios.co.uk Until 16 May see 24 Artists: […]

Peter Luck: So: Now?

An exhibition of uncertain futures, urban and near-urban, photographed by Peter Luck. Runs 1-16 June 2013 Open Mon-Fri 9-5; Sat-Sun 12-4 The Greenwich Gallery Linear House Peyton Place London SE10 8RS

Yoke Matze & John Chappelow: Dulwich Festival Open House

Yoke Matze photo Yoke Matze and John Chappelow will show photographic images and books in an Artists’ Open House as part of the Dulwich Festival. The pleasure of looking, exploring, and making connections is an important element of Yoke’s work. She is inspired by the land and the endless cycles of nature. John says, “Landscapes, […]