Archive for 2009

Gallery Event: Turn climate change around, light a candle

Astrid Schulz is organising a candlelight vigil at her exhibition Car Park: Under Cover at Viewfinder Photography Gallery as part of a huge international day of action on climate change. We need a bunch of people to make it work. It’s going to be fun, short and super easy. Events like this are happening simultaneously […]

Winter 2009 Issue of LIP Magazine Arrives

The Frames issue will be available starting next week at the Photographers’ Gallery, Serpentine Gallery (Koenig Books), Viewfinder Gallery and National Portrait Gallery. This is the last issue edited by Britt Hatzius, who has for the past three years invested her focus and creativity into producing a fine quality magazine to showcase our members’ work […]

Liz Handy on touring the Prix Pictet

LIP member Liz Handy shares her experiences of touring the Prix Pictet exhibition in October as led by Purdy Hicks Gallery curator Katy Barron. Read her story here on the event page.

Nigel Jarvis wins BBC Staff Photography Competition

Nigel’s photograph The Swimmer was Overall Winner in the annual BBC Staff Photography Competition. There was a record-breaking 1,364 photos submitted with more than 470 participants taking part. Judges said of Nigel’s image, “A clean, bold composition. The photographer is not afraid to have a photograph of almost nothing. An isolated figure in the landscape. […]

Camilla Broadbent: Awards and Exhibitions

Congratulations to Camilla who has had a successful year in photographic competitions, including the selection of her print Amongst the Roses, above, for the Foto8 Summer Show at Host Gallery. She has just won Best in Show in the Plates to Pixels International Competition, for two diptychs Through the Glass Darkly, and Beneath All Masks. […]

Prix Pictet Prize Announced

Earlier this month LIP hosted a guided tour of the exhibition of this year’s shortlisted photographers for the Prix Pictet – the world’s photography award for environmental sustainability. Led by Katy Barron, the tour at Purdy Hicks Gallery was a great success, and we hope to feature similar events in our future programme. The winning […]