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
London SW1Y 5AH
Transport: Piccadilly Circus Station; Buses: 3, 9,11,12, 24, 53, 77 & 88
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50 photographers, Obsolete and Discontinued celebrates the unique features and potential of analogue photography, using out of date and discontinued photographic papers, some of which are 20-30 years old.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 email@example.com / +49(0) 221 299 969 20
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. Urban Photo Village will feature 54 participating artists in 10 different venues all located within walking distance of each other in South East London.
Runs 3-13 November 2016
Festival Private View Sunday, 6th November 2.30-4.30pm
Open 12-8pm (by appointment only 9-11 Nov); 12 & 13 Nov, 12-6pm
The Gate Darkroom
Entrance 2 Lower Ground Floor
20-32 Goodwood Road
New Cross Gate
London SE14 6BL
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 Yet to Become looks at the importance of trees and woodlands – and our loss of them – to the urban sphere, as well as how we make and react to the breathing spaces of commons and unadopted ‘wastelands’.
An Archive of The-Yet-To-Become 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. Urban Photo Village will feature 54 participating artists in 10 different venues all located within walking distance of each other in South East London.
Runs 3-15 November 2016
Seminar Tuesday, 8th November 3-5pm – Contact John Levett to book a place
Open Mon-Sat 7am – 10pm; Sun 10am-6pm
Goldsmiths, University of London
London, SE14 6AD
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 solve the problem of life by losing myself in the problem of art’. Quote from Tina Modotti: “I am inspired by both her commitment to radical causes she showed in her life and the directness of its expression through her photographs.”
29th October 2016, 9am-11pm
See the event website for tickets
University College London
London WC1E 6BT
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 Cherry Blossom in Japan.
Runs 16-21 November 2016
Private View Wednesday, 16th November 6.30-9.30pm
Open Mon-Fri 11am-7pm; Sat-Sun 12-6pm
The Gallery at Republic
Capstan House, 2 Clove Crescent
London E14 2BE
Transport: East India Dock DLR
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 midnight train spotters.
Runs 5-27 November 2016
Private View TBC – see Facebook page for details
Open Mon-Thu 12-11pm; Fri-Sat 12pm-12am; Sun 12-10.30pm
The Morgan Arms
43 Morgan Street
London E3 5AA
Closest tubes: Bow Road and Mile End
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 daily 11am-6pm
Unit 4 Pennington Street Warehouse
London E1W 2BD
Transport: Tower Hill/Shadwell
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
121 Roman Road
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 November 2016
Open Tue-Fri 9am-9pm; Sat-Sun 10am-8pm
The Canvas Cafe
42 Hanbury St, off Brick Lane
London E1 5JL
Closest tubes: Aldgate East and Liverpool Street
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
36 Windmill Street
London W1T 2JT
Transport: Tottenham Court Road & Goodge Street Stations; Buses 10, 14
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
Nicola Jayne Maskrey in Berlin Foto Biennale
The Berlin Foto Biennale and 4th Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography is part of the European Month of Photography. Entitled Emotions and Commotions, the exhibition features the work of 446 photographers from 41 countries, 65% of whom are winners of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers.
Runs 6-30 October 2016
Open daily 12-7pm, until 9pm Thurs
Unter den Linden 10
Tamsin Green in 159th RPS International Print Exhibition
The RPS International Print Exhibition is steeped in history, having been held almost every year since 1854 – the year after The Society was founded. In the early years, the exhibition included work from some of the world’s most eminent photographers including Julia Margaret Cameron, Roger Fenton, Edward Steichen and others. Now in its 159th year, it is the longest running exhibition of its kind in the world. This year’s selectors were Celia Davies, Malcolm Dickson, Russ O’Connell, Gemma Padley and Dougie Wallace.
Runs 13-18 October 2016
Private view October 13th, 6-9pm
Open Thu-Mon 10am-6pm; Tue 10am-4pm
Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick Lane
London E1 6QL
Tamsin Green in Photography: The work of the BIPP (Halifax)
The British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP) is an internationally recognised qualifying organisation with over 100 years experience in supporting and networking photographers. This exhibition is about inspirational imagery and film, covering a wide range of outstanding work created by members of the BIPP.
Runs 3-18 September 2016
Open Mon-Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 10am-5pm
Crossley Gallery at Dean Clough
Halifax HX3 5AX