Archive for May, 2014

Kingston Satellite Group: Twelve:14

An exhibition of new work by members of the Kingston Satellite Group, showcasing TWELVE very different approaches to photographic subject matter and use of techniques. Members exhibiting are Bronwen Brighton, Mary Douglas, Matthew Green, George Hill, Ian Holden, Richard Lydon, Simon Richards, Simon Robinson, Sue Roche, Graeme Wales, John Warren and Rosemary Williams Images have […]

Cynthia Cockburn: Here and Gone

Black-and-white photographs. Humans work in the landscape, build structures, operate machinery. And then they move on, leaving behind them traces, marks, puzzling artefacts. As I watch their objects crumble, rust and rot, I wonder who these makers and doers were. I think about purposes, transience and forgetting. Runs 21 May – 29 June 2014 Private […]

Yoke Matze in Colourswatch

The idea behind Colourswatch was to allocate by random selection, an A5 swatch of solid colour to each participating artist to promote a creative reaction. They were invited to respond intellectually, politically, adversely or emotionally to the colour with all its implicit symbolism and association. This exhibition is by South London Women Artists and shows […]

Popi Tsoukatou in Photography Now

Runs 29 May – 8 June 2014 Private View Wednesday, 28th May, 6-8.30pm Open Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 12-6pm The Brick Lane Annexe Gallery 93-95 Sclater Street London E1 6HR

Jack Fillery: An Inflection of India

The exhibition includes a series of limited edition artworks from Fillery’s recent travels on the Indian subcontinent, documenting the photographer’s reaction to contrasts of cultural existence and the sense of belonging. An Inflection of India offers a new perspective on the challenges facing contemporary India, as its varied and long-standing customs struggle to maintain their […]