Archive for January, 2015

Peter Luck in The Swanscombe Project

Thirteen photographers explore the topography and landscape of the Swanscombe marshes ahead of their redevelopment as a theme park. Runs 10-22 February 2015 Private View 10th February, 6.30-9pm Open Mon-Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 10am-2pm Blake Gallery Woodville Theatre Civic Centre Gravesend Kent DA12 1AU Transport: Southeastern rail to Gravesend

Stefanie Reichelt in Habitus (Berlin)

It is a common sight in Japan to see men and women sitting on a flat surface, usually on a tatami mat or on small pillows or low stools. The Japanese posture displays the body differently from how we present ourselves in the West. Almost the whole body is visible with an open view of […]

Mitch Karunaratne in Of People and Places

Reflections on the relationship between people and landscape from 10 international photographers Runs 6 February – 8 March 2015 Private View 5th February, 6-9pm Open Mon-Fri 9am-10pm; Sat-Sun 10am-2pm Oxford House Derbyshire Street Bethnal Green London E2 6HG

Crouch End Satellite Group Exhibition 2015

Tony Hale photo The Crouch End satellite group holds its fourth annual exhibition, including work by the following members: Lizzie Brown, Chris Brock, Gordana Johnson, Eva Turrell, Mark Georgiou, Alex Turner, Tony Hale, Gwen Campbell, Willi Shaer, Liz Devonshire, Mary Thompson, Amanda Eatwell, Maggie Railton, Daniel Keys, Craig Humphreys, and Illya Falchevsky. Runs 24 February […]

Christiane Zschommler: Water and Trees (Woking)

The Lightbox gallery is pleased to present a display of photographs of The Basingstoke canal by Christiane Zschommler, as part of its ‘Taste of Art’ series. Runs 20 January – 1 March 2015 Open Tue-Sat 10.30am–5pm; Sun 11am-5pm; Closed Mon & bank holidays The Lightbox Chobham Road Woking GU21 4AA Transport: Train to Woking, then […]

Christiane Zschommler in Light works (Mottisfont)

Light works: Contemporary Photography brings together leading international photographers whose work particularly focuses on the effects of light. Reflected light is central to many of the artists on show, such as Christiane Zschommler, whose rippling patterns of light and shade on water showcase the beauty of natural light. More info Runs 17 January – 19 […]

Duncan Unsworth: From the Thames

A solo exhibition of still lives created from dried river water and objects found on the beaches of the River Thames in London. The images evokes a strong sense of history and mystery. Runs 25 February – 8 March 2015 Private View Tuesday 24th February, 7.30-10pm Open Wed-Fri 11am-4pm; Sun 10am-5pm Lauderdale House (Upstairs Gallery) […]

Judith Jones in Works on Paper art fair

The National Open Art Competition has selected works to showcase in Works on Paper art fair at The Science Museum. Visitors to the fair can see and buy from a range of early, modern and contemporary art on the first floor of the museum. Runs 5-8 February 2015 Science Museum (1st floor) Exhibition Road London […]

Ealing Satellite Group Exhibition

Richard Moseley photo Thirteen members of the Ealing satellite group will be exhibiting at Artisan Coffee House at Ealing Broadway. The exhibition will run for three months during which time three separate one monthly shows will be hung, demonstrating the diversity of the groups’ work. Runs 17 January – 17 February 2015 Open 9am-5.30pm Artisan […]

Nicola Jayne Maskrey in Contemplation (Budapest)

An eclectic exploration of the contemplative the nature of photography. This juried international exhibition presents the idea that all photographic genres and subjects have contemplative potential. Runs 8-28 January 2015 Private View 8th January, 7pm PH21 Gallery Szkéné Theatre Budapest University of Technology and Economics H-1111 Budapest Műegyetem rkpt. 3.

Nigel Tooby: Of our times: The Price of Money (Barton)

An exhibition based on Nigel’s acclaimed photobook of the same name. Richard Hatfield writes: “His assertion that rampant greed sowed the seeds of the 2008 credit crunch is clear from the work, but the effects of the greed-associated business paradigm reaches far deeper levels, perverting politics as well as the lives, relationships and health of […]

Graham Barker in Waste.Agency by Platform-7

This collaborative project creates a conversation concerning the intricacies of finance and legal machinations that the economic world revolves around, and whether a new perspective can develop in considering consumption and waste. Runs until 28 February 2015 Open Mon-Fri 10am-6pm The Old HMV store 1 Whittington Avenue Leadenhall City of London EC3V 1PJ Transport: Liverpool […]