LIP Members in IPSE Exhibition (Worthing)

IPSE
Clockwise from top left: Aotearoa, Wakitipu by Caroline Fraser; Deserted Scalpay House 6A by Tim Morris; Gloves by David Malarkey; Photo by Avril Harris

A diverse and exciting collection of work from members of the long-established group of photographers Independent Photographers South East (IPSE ), who have been together now for well over
20 years. The show has been curated by Mick Williamson, who lectures on photography at the London Metropolitan University, Sir John Cass faculty of Art, Architecture and Design, and fellow lecturer, Kathryn Faulkner. They have selected a show of creative imagery, that doesn’t just mirror what is in front of the lens but aims to convey something more.

Several LIP members are represented:
Jill Staples has produced an unusual version of her take on the Prairie Garden – her images literally moving in the wind as a muslin hanging. There are some stunning abstract images from Caroline Fraser, very different and emotive black and white images from Avril Harris, and some whimsical still lives of gloves from David Malarkey. Portraits, still lives, street photography, and rural landscapes – all genres are well represented. The breadth of subject is both appealing and demanding of attention – intrigue, atmosphere, colour and form all play their part in making this an exhibition not to be missed.

Runs 13-27 September 2014
Private View Saturday, 20th September, 2–4pm

Open Tu-Sat 10am-5pm

Worthing Museum and Art Gallery
Chapel Road
Worthing BN11 1HP

Museum is close to the Library & Town Hall, just a 10 minute walk from the railway station. Buses, including the Pulse and the 700 (Brighton,
Shoreham, Arundel, Chichester etc.) stop just outside.