LIP Members Exhibitions Archive for 2016

Duncan Unsworth: Rivers

An exhibition combining a documentary study of the Three Rivers area local waterways and a selection of Thames scanographs. Runs 10 January – 24 February 2017 Question and Answer session 10th January, 6.30-8pm Open Mon-Fri 10am-4pm Artistsmeet at Watersmeet High Street Rickmansworth WD3 1EH Transport: Metropolitan Line (Rickmansworth)

Anna Lerner and Chris Burrows in Photofusion Salon/16

Anna Lerner photo This year’s Salon exhibition featuring work by Photofusion members includes 103 artists. There are no categories or themes – the aim of the exhibition is to showcase individual images that are powerful enough to stand alone in representation of a captivating story or concept. Four photographers from the show will be selected […]

James Berrington in Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016

Showcasing new and recent fine art graduates, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016, brings together artists working across a range of media with traditional techniques and materials used alongside digital applications and processes. Themes in this year’s works include: mass-production, socio-economics, gender equality and cultural identity. Runs 23 November 2016 – 22 January 2017 Private View 22nd […]

Behzad Sharouz in The Discerning Eye 2016

The 25th Annual exhibition of The Discerning Eye features 440 works by 289 artists, selected from an open submission. Runs 17-27 November 2016 Artists’ Preview 17th November from 6:30pm Open 10am-5pm (closes 1pm on final day) The Mall Galleries The Mall London SW1Y 5AH Transport: Piccadilly Circus Station; Buses: 3, 9,11,12, 24, 53, 77 & […]

Nicola Jayne Maskrey in Obsolete and Discontinued (Cologne)

Featuring work from over 50 photographers, Obsolete and Discontinued celebrates the unique features and potential of analogue photography, using out of date and discontinued photographic papers, some of which are 20-30 years old. Runs 5 November 2016 – 3 February 2017 Private View 4th November, 7pm Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm By appointment, email info@schaelpic.de / +49(0) […]

David Whiting in Collective Traces

This group show, curated by Sarah Ainsley, explores the themes of photography, memory and the archive, and the particular relationship between urban space and memory. Collective Traces is a feature exhibition of the Urban Photo Village an event as part of UrbanPhotoFest an international urban photography festival exploring contemporary visual practices focusing on urban life. […]

John Levett & Claire Reddleman: An Archive of The-Yet-To-Become

Claire Reddleman photo The photography and the exhibition emerged from a collaboration centred on walking, urban space and trees. Working independently, yet in close discussion, John and Claire are inspired by the merging and layering of the built urban space with the floras, habitats and geological layerings of emerging urban growth. An Archive of the […]

Yoke Matze in Pillow Talk

The South London Women Artists are exhibiting Pillow Talk, the travelling exhibition, at the University College London. This is part of a TEDx event, which is an international community that organizes events anywhere and everywhere – celebrating locally driven ideas and elevating them to a global stage. Yoke is showing her art piece, ‘I cannot […]

Amanda Eatwell: Downtime

Based loosely on the premise ‘don’t judge a book by it’s cover’, Downtime allows us a glimpse into the myriad things that people get up to in their spare time, whilst considering what they do for work. Alongside Downtime runs Hanami – a small series of portraits taken as people celebrate the coming of the […]

Shoreditch Group Members in Central 24/7

Kathryn Geels photo Showcasing the second series from east London collective LDNtwentyfour7, Central 24/7 documents life, work and play on London’s long-awaited night tube service. The collective, comprising LIP members Craig Stevenson, Emma Marshall, Jonathan Goldberg, Kathryn Geels and Roland Ramanan, travelled the length of the Central line capturing the tourists, party animals, insomniacs and […]

Geoff Titley & Heloise Bergman in Fuzz

Primarily photographic with a strong nod to process, often constructed in some way, perhaps invasive and with a truth value somewhere between completely true and completely false. This is Fuzz. Featuring work by LIP members Héloïse Bergman and Geoff Titley, along with two other photographers. Runs 4-6 November 2016 Private View November 3rd, 6-9pm Open […]

Paul Burnside and Caroline Fraser in Another’s Eye

Paul Burnside photo Another’s Eye is a London-based project offering exhibition opportunities to non-professional photographers. Their first exhibition includes work from LIP members Caroline Fraser and Paul Burnside. 2-5 November 2016 Private View 2nd November, 6-9pm Open Tue-Sat 10am-6pm Four Corners 121 Roman Road Bethnal Green London E2 0QN Transport: Bethnal Green tube, 8/D3 bus

Kathryn Geels: The Transaction

The Transaction is about people in India whose work is integrated into public spaces. Kathryn tasked herself with one job: to get them to smile, baring teeth, for the camera. Something most Indians avoid. The transaction, therefore, is about the subjects and their consumers as much as with the photographer. Runs 30 October – 13 […]

Behzad Sharouz in SocAA Autumn Exhibition 2016

Society of Artists in Architecture aims to reinforce traditional close relationships and understanding between artists and architects, and promotes interest in visual arts beyond architecture – drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, print-making and experimental art. Runs 31 October – 5 November 2016 Private View Monday, October 31st, 6pm (by invitation only) Open daily 10am-5.30pm Framers Gallery […]

Christiane Zschommler in Water (Colorado)

Part of a group exhibition themed Water, included are 55 photographs that best exemplified the complexity of water’s relationship with life on earth, the human condition, and most of all with the art of photography. Runs 7-29 October 2016 Open Tue-Fri10am-6pm; Sat 11am-5pm The Center for Fine Art Photography 400 North College Avenue Fort Collins […]