The Selectors

The following have kindly agreed to take part in this years anonymous selection process of digitally submitted images.

LAURA NOBLE is a gallerist, curator, writer and visiting lecturer. She is the sole director of LA Noble Gallery (LANG), London and Founder of FIX Photo Festival. She is the author of The Art of Collecting Photography, with primary essays in many monographs including Form & Function - Chloe Rosser 2018, At Home with the Furries -Tom Broadbent 2018, Estate - Robert Clayton 2015, In Paradiso - Deborah Baker 2014, Hidden Identities: Unfinished- Yvonne De Rosa 2013. She lectures worldwide in galleries, auction houses and museums on collecting and professional practice. Her art consultancy work and bespoke portfolio reviews is committed to emerging photographers. She exhibits artists both in the UK and abroad. Her blog has a global following with personal thoughts and opinions on the art world and art practice. She is a nominator for the global Prix Pictet Prize and also an Ambassador for the Royal Photographic Society's 100 Heroines project and Docking Station in Amsterdam.
Laura Noble website

TOM HUNTER is an East London-based artist working in photography and film. He is Professor of Photography at the London College of Communications, University of the Arts, London, Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and has an Honorary Doctorate from the University of East London. Tom has earned several awards including the Photographic Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery and is the only artist to have a solo photography show at the National Gallery, London with his series Living in Hell and Other Stories. His work has been exhibited internationally including Life and Death in Hackney, National Gallery Washington, DC USA and most recently his commissioned photography work premiered 4th of April 2019 as part of Der Palast dance show in the Volksbühne Theatre, Berlin, Germany. He is an invited artist in this year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, 10 June to 12 August 2019. He will also be showing Home Sweet Home, 1970 - 2018: The British Home, A Political History, his Holly Street Project in Arles Les Rencontres de la Photographic 50th Anniversary Edition, 1 July to 22 September 2019.
Tom Hunter website

PHILIP GREY is a London-based photographer and lecturer. A photography career spanning more than 40 years, specialising in performance, still life and portraits. His work has been published in the New Musical Express; The Face; The Guardian and Time Out. He is Co-Founder of Darkroom a facility in North London which "supports practicing analogue photographers and those keen to learn, by providing accessible co-working facilities and courses in film-based processes". He is currently head of Photography at Regent's University London. Philip was a finalist for The Kobal Portrait Awards. In 2010 he exhibited his Writer's Desk project at The Free Word and the Ludlow Assembly Rooms. His work has been shown at the National Portrait Gallery, London; Watershed, Bristol and The Royal Photographic Society as well as internationally in Bologna, Italy; St Louis, USA and Beijing, China. Phillip Grey website
Darkroom London

The Curator

COLLEEN ROWE HARVEY is a British-American photographer working and living in London. She has been a member of LIP since 2015 and has been included in the annual exhibition for the last 4 years. Her latest series, Stations of the Cross, was recently exhibited in London in April 2019. In 2017, she produced and curated the her own exhibition Fifty Two following her year-long photographic exploration of the same name. She is currently documenting public sculptures in Camden for ArtUK.
For any enquiries contact the LIP Exhibition Organiser

Free Talks Provisional programme

Tuesday 1 October Evening
Identity with Krasimira Butseva, Maryam Wahid and Rashida Mangera
Friday 4 October Evening
Tim Andrews discusses "Over the Hill" and "And Far Away"
Saturday 5 October Film and Darkroom Seminar Places £5
10am - 1pm with Ted Kinsey, Don Holtum, Sam Tanner and Jo Stapleton