Member Exhibitions

CJ Crosland in Loudest Whispers Part 2

CJ Crosland

Part 2 of the Loudest Whispers exhibition, featuring the work of 18 artists.

Runs: 15 April to 24 June 2019
Open: Daily 8am – 7pm
Private View: Evening, 6 June
Gallery: 42 Beans Cafe, 69 Camden High Street, Camden, London NW1 7JL
Public transport: Mornington Crescent tube

Mandy Williams in Beyond the Reach of Rivers

Mandy Williams

Beyond the Reach of Rivers is an exhibition by Mandy Williams that brings two photographic series about the sea to the beachfront in Brighton.

Sea Level documents the sea at high tide, viewed through a series of beach shelter windows. Dust and neglect becomes part of the image, reflecting a sense of melancholy that runs through many seaside towns.

Beyond Land is shot at a causeway revealed at low tide. Begun a month after the referendum, the line of people following paths out to sea not only documents our innate connection to water but can also be seen as a metaphor for the times.

Runs: 1 – 6 May 2019
Open: Daily 11am – 5pm. Free admission
Gallery: Fishing Quarter Gallery, 201 Kings Road Arches, Brighton. BN1 1NB
Public Transport: Brighton station – 15 minutes walk

Central Satellite Group Exhibition Factual Enigma

Geoff Titley

Creating or consuming stories appears to be a basic human need and we devise all kinds of means by which to do so. It is therefore not surprising that both makers and viewers of photographs try to concoct or tease stories from them. Yet since stories depend on time lines, still images do not easily lend themselves to narration. They show but they don’t tell. They describe but they don’t explain. They are factual enigmas.
Work by: Kathryn Alkins, Robin Barr, Hady Bayoumi, Héloïse Bergman, Dorota Boisot, Chris Burrows, Simon Butcher, Jan Cylwik, Steve Jones, Teresa Levitt, Hugh Look, Rashida Mangera, Heather Martin, Frankie McAllister, Ingrid Newton, Jim Paterson, Edith Templeton, Geoff Titley, Alec Wyllie.
Curated by Krystina Stimakovits

Runs: 23 – 28 April 2019
Private View: Thursday 25 April 6 – 9pm
Open: Daily 1 – 7pm, Sun 1 – 5pm
Gallery: Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 7DG
Public transport: Shoreditch High Street, Liverpool Street, Buses 8, 388

Meet The Artists: See for yourself what stories are evoked for you and, if you can, come and compare them with those of the photographers, who will make themselves available on the afternoon of Saturday 27th April at Espacio Gallery.

Thirteen in Northern Croatia

Gareth Davies

Thirteen are exhibiting in Koprivnica, in Northern Croatia. The event will be organised by the Municipal Museum and takes place in the town’s former synagogue. Lip members taking part are Gareth Davies, Avril Harris, Gordana Johnson, Chris Moxey, Duncan Unsworth and Norman Smith.

Runs: 15 May to 30 May 2019
Gallery: The Synagogue, Svilarska UI, 48000 Koprivnica, Croatia.

Crouch End Group Show

Kevin Newman

LIP Crouch End Satellite Group present work by Len Salem, Joe Omalley, Tim Butcher, Gwen Campbell, Kevin Newman, Elizabeth Brown, Eva Turrell, Richard Earney, Marco Ruggeri, Amanda Eatwell, Mary Thompson, Eugene McConville, Adam Adamis, Sandra Roberts, Sonia Davda, Liz Devonshire and Don Holtum.

Runs: 27 February to 10 March 2019
Private View: 27 February 6pm – 8:30pm
Open: Daily 11am – 4:30pm
Gallery: Ply Gallery, The Arts Centre, Hornsey Town Hall, The Broadway, Crouch End. N8 9BQ.
Meet the artists: 2 March 2pm – 4pm.
Public transport: 90, W7 buses, nearest tube Finsbury Park

Mary Lynne Ellis: coercion, alienation, resistance…

Mary Lynne Ellis

In these photographs, taken mainly in London (2016 – 2018), I explore structures of coercion and profound states of alienation generated by the current political climate in the UK and internationally. Recognition of how we (differently) articulate such experiences individually and collectively, on behalf of others and ourselves, is critical. How do the subtlest possibilities of resistance emerge and in what forms, what languages? How do we respond to these? How do we discover the courage to take up the crucial responsibility of supporting and defending those whose voices are stifled or obliterated? The horrific fire at Grenfell Tower highlights the necessity of asking this again and again with a sustained and relentless determination. Mary Lynne Ellis, B.A. Art and Design, Dip. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, M.A. Modern European Philosophy

Runs: 1 – 28 February 2019
Open: From 11am Mon – Sat and 1pm Sun
Gallery: Phoenix Cinema, 52 High Road, East Finchley, London N2 9PJ.

Public transport: Tube East Finchley (Northern line), buses 102, 143, 234, 263

Wolf Suschitzky Photography Prize Exhibition 2019

Anita Strasser

This exhibition presents the works by the winners and shortlisted artists from a new photography prize in tribute of the late Austrian émigré photographer Wolf Suschitzky. The Austrian Culture Forum (ACF) London, with support from the Austrian Federal Chancellery (BKA) initiated the prize in 2018 two years following the death of Wolf Suschitzky. Reflecting the dual nature of Suschitzky’s identity, the prize was aimed at photographers based in both the UK and Austria.

The exhibition at the ACF London will feature winning entries by Paul Hart (UK) and Marylise Vigneau (Austria) alongside the shortlisted photographers. From Austria: Kathrin Delhougne, Mario Kiesenhofer, Naa Teki Lebar and Siegmund Skalar and from the UK: Lilli Burridge-Payne, Chris Gunson, Anita Strasser and Alice Zoo.

Runs: 12 February – 26 April 2019
Private view: 12 February 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Open: 9:00am – 5:00pm Mon – Fri
Gallery: Austrian Culture Forum London, 28 Rutland Gate, London. SW7 1PQ
Public transport: Knightsbridge tube

Loudest Whispers 2019

CJ Crosland

CJ Crosland exhibits pictures from the series “Fishing With Dynamite” & a copy of the second zine in the series “Fishing With Dynamite #2: Zest”.

This exhibition forms part of Camden & Islington LGBT History month and showcases work from both new and established artists celebrating 10 years of Loudest Whispers.

Runs: 4 February – 11 April 2019
Private View: 1 February 5pm – 8pm.
Open: Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm.
Gallery: St.Pancras Hospital Arts Centre, Conference Centre, St.Pancras Hospital, 4 St.Pancras Way, London NW1 0PE.
Public transport: Kings Cross/Mornington Crescent tube, Bus 46 / 214.

Thirteen at Lauderdale House

Chris Moxey

In this, their fourth exhibition hosted at Lauderdale House, thirteen professional and amateur photographers display their very different approaches to the medium. Each set of photographs reflects its creator’s personality.

The group includes LIP members Quentin Ball, Gwen Campbell, Gareth Davies, Avril Harris, Gordana Johnson, Chris Moxey, Norman Smith and Duncan Unsworth.

Runs: 9 January – 4 February 2019
Private View: 9 January 19:30
Open: Mon, Tues, Weds 11.00 – 16.00
Thurs 11.30 – 16.00
Fri 11.00 – 16.00
Thurs/Fri times are flexible. Please call before visiting: 020 8348 8716
Sat Closed
Sun 13 and 20 Jan 11.00 – 16.00
Other Sundays, please call for times

Gallery: Lauderdale House, Waterlow Park, Highgate Hill, London. N6 5HG
Public transport: Archway tube, Buses 143, 210, 271

Three Photographers

Caroline Fraser

Three female landscape photographers come together at The Laundry Gallery, Aviemore showing fine art photography from the highlands of Scotland.

Runs: 1 December 2018 to 2 January 2019
Private view: 30 November 18:30
Open: Monday to Saturday, 10.00 to 16.00

Gallery: The Laundry Gallery, Upper Floor, Unit 1A, 10 Dalfaber Industrial Estate, Aviemore. PH22 1ST
Location https://thelaundrygallery.net/location/

Adam Isfendiyar in Master – An Ainu Story

Adam Isfendiyar

The Ainu are an indigenous people of Japan, but were only officially recognised as such in 2017. ‘Master – An Ainu Story’ tells the the life story of an Ainu man – Kenji Matsuda, who grew up being discriminated against in his own land because of his Ainu heritage. The exhibition also gives a rare insight into the life of modern Ainu people in Hokkaido.

Runs: 13 October to 15 December 2018
Open: Tue – Sat 10:30am to 5pm, until 8pm on Thur
Private View: 29 November 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Gallery: The Brunei Gallery, SOAS, 1 Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Public transport: Russell Square tube

LIP Ruislip Group – John Betjeman

Tony Hale

Explorations of the poet by seven photographers of the LIP Ruislip Group. The exhibition will also include work of Jenny Burrows.

Runs: 4 November to 17 November 2018
Open: 10am to 5pm daily, Sun 4 November 2pm to 5pm.
Private view: 7 November 6 – 8:30pm
Gallery: The Cow Byre Art Gallery, Bury Street, Ruislip HA4 7SU
Public transport Ruislip tube, H13 or 331 bus.

Clare Park in Breaking Form: Re-Formed

Clare Park

A unique collaboration developed over two decades between Buz Williams, actor movement specialist Debbie Green and photographer Clare Park, resulted in the narrative photographic series Breaking Form: Buz and Parkinson’s. The imagery derived from the collaborators’ shared professional backgrounds of theatre, dance and movement. The pictures and words provided a context in which Buz could communicate in his inimitable style. By placing himself in the public sphere and gaze, he found a sense of power and self-recognition at a time when control was diminishing in his everyday life. After more than 30 years of living with Parkinson’s, Buz died in 2014. Since then, Clare and Debbie have continued working together to create one photograph each month inspired by their lives as friends and artistic collaborators. Breaking Form: Re-Formed emerged as an evocation of their realities – losses and frailties, curiosity and optimism – and as a final salute to the transformative spirit of Buz.

Runs: 2 November to 30 November 2018 (not 7 -14 November)
Private View: 2 November
Open: 10am -10pm daily
Gallery: Riverside Gallery, Waterman’s Art Centre, 40 High St, Brentford, TW8 0DS
Public transport: 65, 267, 237 all stop right outside. The stop is called ‘Watermans Centre’

A study of this project has been made by Buz and Debbie’s daughter, Matilda Williams. As an ethnographic illustrator she has been consciously curating the images and text from her unique position being both inside, and outside the project. The book presents a glimpse backstage, behind the lens, and behind the imagery.

For more information visit www.clarepark.com

Clare Park in Photographers v Prostate Cancer: The Dance Project

Clare Park and Debbie Green

Dance imagery – private exhibition and auction. Photographer and director Richard Dunkley, himself a prostate cancer survivor, has organised this auction with Prostate Cancer UK to raise funds for research and awareness. The photographic auction features highly collectible dance themed work by some of the world’s leading photographers, including John Swannell, Gered Mankowitz, Clare Park, Julia Fullerton-Batten and Terry O’Neill. https://www.creativereview.co.uk/photographers-v-prostate-cancer-the-dance-project/

Runs: 1 November to Christmas 2018

Kathryn Alkins in Up the Creek

Kathryn Alkins

An exploration of the historic and rapidly changing Deptford Creek area. A personal photographic vision using colour and abstraction.

Runs: 27 November to 20 December 2018
Open: Mon 2-7, Tue 9-5:30, Thu 9-7, Fri 2-5:30, Sat 9-5.
Meet the photographer: 8 December 1-5.
Venue: West Greenwich Library, 146 Greenwich Road, Greenwich SE10 8NN
Public transport: Greenwich Rail and DLR