Member Exhibitions

Terence Lane in Sciryuda

Terence Lane

A sequence of black and white images taken in the ancient forest of Sherwood in North Nottinghamshire. Sciryuda was the first documented name for ‘Sherwood’. An ongoing project, the images investigate the ‘fragility and strength’ of Sciryuda.

Runs: 28 July to 9 September 2018
Open: Mon – Fri 9am – 7pm, Sat 9am – 4pm, Sun 11am – 3pm

West Bridgeford Library Gallery
Bridgeford Road
West Bridgeford
Nottingham NG2 6AT

Within walking distance of town centre.

Héloise Bergman in Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

Héloise Bergman

250th Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, cuated by Grayson Perry RA.

Runs: 11 June – 19 August 2018
Open: Daily 10am – 6pm, Friday 10am – 10pm

South Gallery, Royal Academy
Burlington house
London W1S 3ET

Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus. Buses: 6,14,38, N19, N97, 12, 88

Sarah Peters in Imperfect Offering, Probable Lies

Sarah Peters

University of Westminster MA Photography degree show. Joint exhibition for MA Documentary Photography & Photojournalism and MA Photography Arts courses.

Runs: 23 – 28 June 2018
Private view: 22 June 2018 6.30-8.30pm
Open: Daily 11am-8pm

Ambika P3
35 Marylebone Road
London NW1 5LS
Transport: Baker Street tube

Peter Ellis in MEUS

Peter Ellis

Four photographers express their interpretation of belonging – Peter Ellis, Keith Locke, Kevin Marrable, Tom Owens, part of the Photoeast fringe events.

Runs: 4 July to 28 July 2018
Private view: 4 July 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Open: Mon 10am-5pm, Tues to Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-4pm

Frame Workshop Gallery
St Nicholas Street
Ipswich IP9 1TJ

Daniel Loveday in PhotoEast #Ibelong18

Daniel Loveday

Exhibition at this year’s PhotoEast Festival in Ipswich. Submissions judged by Fiona Shields the Head of Photography at the Guardian.

Our vision is to establish Suffolk’s reputation as a centre of excellence in photography by hosting world renowned photographers and their work, as well as inspiring participation from across the arts, education, business and community.

The biennial PhotoEast festival is core to this ambition. With its focus on Ipswich and its epicentre on the Waterfront, it is a significant visual arts event in the regional and national calendar.

PhotoEast is produced in association with the University of Suffolk and Panos Pictures.

Runs: 24 May to 24 June 2018
Private view: 24 May 6pm-8pm

Stretch between Cult Cafe and Coffee Link
James Hehir Building
University Avenue
Ipswich IP3 0FS

Terence Lane in Sciryuda

Terence Lane

A sequence of black and white images taken in the ancient forest Sherwood in North Nottinghamshire. Sciryuda was the first documented name for ‘Sherwood’. An ongoing project, the images investigate the ‘fragility and strength’ of Sciryuda.

Runs: 16 May to 27 June 2018
Open: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9:30am-4pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

Worksop Library Gallery
Memorial Avenue
Worksop S80 2BP

Within walking distance of town centre

THIRTEEN at the Croatian Embassy

Gordana Johnson

We are pleased to be back for our fourth exhibition at the Croatian Embassy in London. Our theme as usual is open, to allow for the diverse approach in how we each see the world. LIP members taking part are Avril Harris, Chris Moxey, Duncan Unsworth, Gareth Davies, Gordana Johnson, Gwen Campbell, Norman Smith, Quentin Ball and Tony Hale.

Runs: 24 May to 15 June
Private view: 24 June 6:30-8:30pm
Open: Mon to Fri 11am-4pm.

The Croatian Embassy in London
21 Conway Street
London W1T 6BN
Transport: Warren Street tube

Sabes Sugunasabesan in Transitional Proximities

Anna Laine & Sabes Sugunasabesan

Sabes Sugunasabesan, photographer-poet of the Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora, and Anna Laine, artist-anthropologist from Sweden, come together in their continuous investigations across South Asia and Europe. They share the notion of being situated on the border of insider and outsider, differently founded on the one hand in diasporic existence and on the other in extended fieldwork. Sugunasabesan and Laine both use photography as a central tool in their research, of how relations between people and places can be grasped, and of how complex life-worlds can be conveyed in visual and material forms. They aim to engage the viewers in ambiguous shifts between proximity and distance, hopelessness and calls for justice, through a linked focus on the transnational effects of a civil war and of discrimination based on caste.

Runs: 7 June to 13 June 2018
Private view: 8 June 6-8pm 2018
Open: 7 June 6pm, from 8 June 12-6pm

7 June 6-8pm Whitechapel First Thursday Walking Tour

5th Base Gallery
23 Heneage Street
London E1 5LJ
Transport: Aldgate East tube

Clare Park in Images That Defined The Age – AOP50

Clare Park

AOP50 celebrates 50 years of the Association of Photographers with a selection of iconic images from some of the world’s most respected photographers gathered together in one place for the first time.

Zelda Cheatle, renowned photography expert, admirably curated this exhibition set in the vast unwieldy marble lobby. It is an honour to have been included, particularly juxtaposed on opposing pillars with David Eustace’s wonderful 1997 portrait of Eve Arnold. Never before have I seen my work printed so big! This self-portrait image (used by author Naomi Wolf for the cover of The Beauty Myth, 1990) is imbued with personal expression of my experiences of training as a classical ballet dancer whilst struggling with anorexia. As a photographer I was able to draw visual parallels between the contemporary sylph and the ascetic medieval saint by using simple objects that alluded to the distorted quest for perfection in our culture.

Runs: 16 April to 1 June
Open: Daily 7am – 8pm (free)

Lobby, One Canada Square,
Canary Wharf,
London E14 5AB
Transport: Canary Wharf Jubilee Line

Social Transitions

Angelika Berndt

Social Transitions is an international exhibition hightlighting different interpretations of China as a country undergoing fast and extensive transformation.

Runs: 21 April to 20 May 2018
Private View: 21 April 2018
Open: Daily

Sahne Art Museum
Chendgu high tech Zone,
Airport Road,
Singapore Industrial Park,
South Park Road no 2,
Chengdu, China

Sarah Hickson in Displaced Connections

Sarah Hickson

In April 2016 and February 2017 photographer Sarah Hickson travelled to refugee camps in Northern Greece & Serbia with Clowns Without Borders UK to document their work with children & communities living in crisis. The photographs capture the power of visual theatre, play & laughter to forge a vital human connection. The images also reveal both the fragility & resilience of displaced communities coping with turmoil, stress & uncertainty.

Runs: 11 April to 20 April 2018
Open: 10am – 6pm Monday to Friday, Closed weekends.
Private view: 10 April 6.30 – 8.30pm

12 Star Gallery
Europe House
32 Smith Square
London SW1P 3EU
Transport:Westminster, St.James Park, Pimlico tube, C10, 507 bus

Peter Ellis in MEUS

Peter Ellis

An exhibition as part of the PhotoEast Fringe Festival

Runs: 3 May to 29 May 2018
Open: 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Saturday

Gallery One
Ipswich Town Hall
Corn Hill
Ipswich IP1 1DH

Sandra Roberts with Click Camera Club – What is a Portrait

Sandra Roberts

Members of Click Camera Club explore their interpretation of what a portrait is.
Runs: 10 April to 6 May 2018
Open: Tues-Thur 6pm to 11.30pm Fri&Sat 10am to 11.30pm
Sun 10am to 10.30pm

The Step (Cafe/Bar)
1 Myddleton Road
Bowes Park
London N22 8NE

Transport: Bowes Park Overground, Bounds Green tube

Red Rum

Jeremy Hoare

Previously unseen images taken in 1974 of the greatest racehorse of the 20th century and winner of three Grand Nationals, Red Rum.

Runs: 9th to 18th April 2018
Open: Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm Saturday 11am – 5pm

Osborne Studio Gallery
2 Motcomb Street
London SW1X 8JU

Two friends at the Circus

Elizabeth Brown and Eva Turrell

Elizabeth Brown and Eva Turrell will be showing a small selection of their work at their favourite Cafe in Crouch End.

Runs: 1st April to 1st May
Open: Monday – Sunday 9am – 6pm

Coffee Circus
138 Crouch Hill
Crouch End London N8 9DX
Public Transport: 91, W3 from Finsbury Park Tube