Member Exhibitions

Terence Lane in Sciryuda – Cancelled

© Terence Lane

A small exhibition from the ongoing ‘Sciryuda’ project, a body of work looking at the ancient forest of Sherwood (Sciryuda) in North Nottinghamshire.

Runs: Exhibition cancelled
Gallery: Spotlight Gallery, Newark Town Hall Museum
Market Place, Newark. NG241DU

Public Transport: Town Centre, close to all public transport links.

Maria Tomas Rodriguez in TERANGA

© Maria Tomas Rodriguez

Collection of 30 photos taken in Senegal between 2016 and 2019. the photos document traditions, ways of living and portraits. Some of the photos on display have been awarded at international competitions.

Runs: 24 April – 8 May 2020
Private View: 24 April 2020
Gallery: Real Casino de Tenerife, Plaza de la Candelaria, 12. Tenerife,
Canary Islands, Spain 38002

Geoff Titley in Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition 2020

© Geoff Titley

The Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of works that redefine the parameters of contemporary art. The annual prize, now in its 13th year, provides a platform for both established and emerging practitioners from across the globe, supporting and enhancing their careers through exhibition, publication and talent development.

The 2020 exhibition includes 18 artists that respond to today’s key issues, unpacking the layers of our digitalised, globalised planet. The featured projects ask poignant questions about what it means to be a human today. How has the selfie altered our sense of personal identity? What value do we place on being individuals? What are the consequences of altering weather patterns? Across painting, photography, sculpture, video and installation, these immersive works are part of a wider line of enquiry into our changing world. The featured projects span the UK, USA, Gibraltar, Japan and Mexico.

Runs: 13 March – 18 July 2020
Private View: 12 March as part of Future Now Symposium
Gallery: York Art Gallery, Exhibition Square, York. YO1 7EW

Public Transport: There are several bus stops on Exhibition Square.

Meet the Artists Friday 13 March 12.30pm

Yoke Matze in Equinox

© Yoke Matze

The exhibition is a celebration of Equinox, we are approaching Spring. Equinox is a period of time where night and day are nearly exactly the same length. The work I contributed to this show is part of South London Women Artists spring exhibition.
SLWArtists is a critically acclaimed group of visual artists living and working in South London and exhibiting across the UK and internationally.

Runs: 4 March – 22 March 2020
Private View: 4 March 2020, 6pm
Open: 10am – 5pm (not Wednesdays)
Gallery: St Marylebone Parish Church, 17 Marylebone Road, London. NW1 5LT

Ray Knox in Postcards from Great Britain

© Ray Knox

Postcards from Great Britain exhibition, curated by Shutter hub, will showcase the work of over 100 photographers depicting British culture.

Runs: 5 March – 2 April 2020
Private View: Thursday 5 March 2020 5 – 7pm
Open: 11am – 7pm, daily

Gallery: Hotel Lion d’Or, Haarlem, The Netherlands

Frankie McAllister at the Brunswick Gallery

© Frankie McAllister

Newly opened Brunswick Gallery, a mixed media commercial Art Gallery.

Runs: from 20 February 2020
Private View: Open day 20 February
Gallery: Brunswick Art Gallery, Rear of the Brunswick Centre
Handell Street, off Marchmont Street, London WC1N 1AY

Public Transport: Russell Square Tube, Holborn and Kings Cross

Frankie McAllister in Royal Photographic Society Exhibition

© Frankie McAllister

The Royal Photographic Society London Member’s Print Exhibition

Runs: 6 February – 2 March 2020
Private View: Wednesday 5 February 7.30 to 9.00pm
Open: Mon to Thurs 11.00 to 4.00pm
and 9.00 to 4.00 on weekends of 9 & 16 February
Lauderdale House, Waterlow Park, Highgate Hill
London N6 5HG

Public Transport: Archway or Highgate Tube

Mary Lynne Ellis in Loudest Whispers

© Mary Lynne Ellis

I shall show photos from my series “Marginalised Bodies, Marginalised Voices”. This exhibition forms part of Camden and Islington LGBT History month.

Runs: 7 February – 10 April 2020
Private View: Friday February 7, 5.30 – 8.30 pm
Location: The Conference Centre, St. Pancras Hospital, 4 St. Pancras Way, London NW1 OPE
Public transport: Tube: King’s Cross/ Mornington Crescent. Bus46/214.

Jo Stapleton in Beauty in Imperfection

Jo Stapleton ‘bird head’

Reclaim Photography Festival, International exhibition

Runs: 6 January 28 February 2020
Open: Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm, Saturday and Sunday until 8.30pm
Gallery: Light House Media Centre Gallery, The Chubb Buildings
Fryer Street, Wolverhampton. WV1 1HT

CJ Crosland in Loudest Whispers

© CJ Crosland

CJ Crosland exhibits pictures from her series “Fishing With Dynamite”.
This exhibition forms part of Camden & Islington LGBT History month and showcases work from both new and established artists.

Runs: 7 February – 10 April 2020
Private View: Friday 7 February 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: The Conference Centre, St.Pancras Hospital, 4 St.Pancras Way, London. NW1 OPE
Public Transport: Nearest Tube: Kings Cross/Mornington Crescent. Bus 46 / 214

“Meet the Artists” afternoon: 28 March 1pm – 4pm

Kathryn Alkins in Open Art Exhibition 2020

© Kathryn Alkins

Open Art Exhibition 2020, featuring two prints chosen from my I.C.M. series “Conwy Estuary”

Runs: 11 January to 8 February 2020
Gallery: Royal Cambrain Academ, Crown Lane, Conwy LL32 8AN
Open: 11am – 5pm Tue – Sat

Ray Knox in Everyday Delight

© Ray Knox

Shutter Hub have teamed up with Free Space Project to organise EVERYDAY DELIGHT – an exhibition all about looking for the joy in the small things, finding the magic in what might at first appear mundane, and discovering the beauty in the everyday.

Runs: 5 December 2019 – 28 February 2020
Open: 8.30am – 6.30pm, Monday – Friday
Location: Pree Space Project, Kentish Town Health Centre,
2 Bartholomew Road, London NW5 2BX

Public Transport: Kentish Town Tube Station

Darren Horobin in Photography Now Exhibition

© Darren Horobin

An exhibition for emerging and established artists, to showcase their works.

Runs: 4 February to 17 February 2020
Private View: 5 February 6.00pm – 8.30pm
Gallery: The Brick Lane Gallery, 216 Brick Lane, London. E1 6SA

Public Transport: Liverpool Street, Aldgate East tube
Shoreditch High Street Overground


© Max Harlie

A photographic exhibition featuring 13 different photographers curated by Neil A White.

Runs: 13 – 31 January 2020
Private View: Friday 17 January 2020 6.30pm-8.30pm
Open: Mondays to Thursdays 9.30am-5pm and 6pm to 8pm; Friday 9.30am to 5pm; Saturday 9.30 to 4pm.
Location: Putney School of Art and Design, 46 Oxford Road,
London SW15 2LQ

Public Transport: Tube: East Putney/ Rail: Putney

Putney School of Art

Mieke Douglas First Solo Show: STILL

© Mieke Douglas

STILL presents powerful images of the natural world, suspended. Inspired by 17th Century Dutch Master Painters, fine art photographer Mieke Douglas, experiments with modern techniques to create 21st Century still life with digital images.

Her work moves between fact and fiction and constantly challenges the boundaries of photography and art. It strips down the unnecessary and focuses on simple lines and moments of movement and stillness.

Two images, Mesa and Sierra, chosen by Jock McFayden for his Menagerie at the Royal Academy of Arts, will be shown here for the first time since the Summer Exhibition 2019.

Runs: 17 – 19 January 2020
Private View: Thursday January 16 6-8 pm
Gallery: Carousel Next Door Gallery, 35 Baker Street,
Marylebone. W1U 8EN

Public Transport: Baker Street

Addinfo: Public viewing continues to 13 March by appointment