LIP Members Exhibitions Archive for 2010

Marina Misiti in New Visions (New York)

In this group exhibition by PWP (Professional Women Photographers), Marina Misiti will present work from her ongoing series ‘Fashion Districts’, a long-term book project about New York City. The Durst Organization’s Show Walls Gallery, right next to ICP, is a great space with exposure to a wide audience. A December-January exhibit here will provide great […]

Anita Strasser: Deptford High Street

A photographic and textual journey into life on Deptford High Street Runs December 7-21, 2010 Private View December 15th, 6-9:30pm Open Tue/Wed/Fri 9am-1pm; Sat 10am-3pm St Nicholas Church Deptford Green SE8 3DQ Public Transport: Southeastern trains to Deptford, bus 47, 188, 199

Celine Marchbank in Uncommon Ground

Uncommon Ground is the MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography 2010 Final Exhibition at London College of Communication, with work by Celine Marchbank. Runs November 23-29, 2010 Private View Thursday, November 25th, 6–9pm Open Mon-Fri, 10am–5pm; Sat 10am–4pm The Galleries London College of Communication Elephant & Castle London SE1 6SB

Scott Irwin in UEL-Realisation

image by Lucy Alice Edwards UEL-Realisation is a collective exhibition of third year BA (Hons) Photography students or combined. With a chosen theme of realisation these students have put forward their interpretations of its meaning, in their own unique styles. Runs November 23-25, 2010 Private View Tuesday, November 25th, 18:00 The Rag Factory 16 […]

Kelly Hill in MAP 2010, London College of Communication

Featuring a diverse range of practice from the MA Photography programme at the London College of Communication. The work covers photography, video and installation, demonstrating the preoccupations and interests inherent in contemporary photography, a fascination with the world we inhabit as well as curiosity about the lives of others. Have the first view of new […]

Peter Moseley: Volte-face

‘Volte-face’ or ‘a gaze returned’ – Portraits by Peter Moseley It’s well established, though perhaps rarely accepted, that representations of the outside of a person tell you nothing, for sure, about their inside – not their character, their proclivities, their past, their personality, or even their sex. But that’s never prevented portraiture from being one […]

Clare Park in ‘Open Here’ (Hereford)

URSULA’S BLANKET: DISTRIBUTION OF POSSESSIONS A keepsake…the woollen mantle, mysteriously aromatic, wraps my mother now. Clare Park is showing three large scale pieces of work in ‘Open Here’ at the Hereford Photography Festival. The exhibition ‘Twenty’ is simultaneously showing at Hereford Museum and Art Gallery; including work by Martin Parr, John Bulmer, Paul Hill and […]

Cinnamon Heathcote-Drury: Spice of Eden

Indian spices and vegetables displayed as monumental archaic forms. Seen in conjunction with enigmatic portraits that celebrate genetic difference, without defining specific cultural identity. Runs November 6, 2010 – January 8, 2011 Open Weekdays 11-Midnight, Sat 6-Midnight NB this is a smart restaurant & bar The Cinnamon Kitchen & Anise Bar 9 Devonshire Square Bishopsgate […]

Clare Park: Altered Lives: Performing Ourselves

TRAMPOLINE by Clare Park, Text by Debbie Green “Each of us, the fish and I, has a body that is lightweight, but like the salmon’s instinct, I possess strength of will and mind that compels/propels me continually and metaphorically upstream…” A unique photographic exhibition of collaborative work which explores how people can live with long […]

Silvia Boarini: Unrecognised

‘Unrecognised’ brings together the work of Israeli NGO “Negev Coexistence Forum for Civil Equality” (NCF) and London based photojournalist Silvia Boarini. NCF has been running a participatory photography programme for young people in the village of Wadi El Nam led by designer Ilan Molcho. The result is a series of startling and moving images documenting […]

Constantine Gras: Flood Light Film Screening

Another chance to catch my 12 min debut film and to hear me in a Q&A with artist Rachel Reupke. Flood Light is a personal meditation on the interconnected history of the Grand Union Canal and Westway (A40). The film explores how we make and understand “history” employing a dialectical use of imagery. “Stunned by […]

Aniela Perriam & Anne Crabbe: The Stuff of Dreams

Work in two very different styles, but both exploring how the old clothes that we keep and cherish can evoke powerful memories and emotions. Runs November 4 – December 8, 2010 Open 11-5 daily including weekends The Cha Cha Cha Cafe 3 Cassiobury Park (entrance in Shepherds Road) Watford WD16 7HY Cafe Tel. 01923 247868 […]

Mandy Williams, Bill Jackson & Marysia Lascowicz: Home

Photography of events in intimate places to invoke time, memory and experience. Runs October 21 – November 6, 2010 Private view Thursday, October 21st, 6-8pm Open Tue-Fri: 12-5pm, Sat: 12-4pm, closed Sun & Mon Viewfinder Photography Gallery (Note new location) 52 Brixton Village London SW9 8PS Brixton tube

Anne Clements: Don’t Pass Me By

‘Don’t Pass Me By’ preserves a precise moment in the life of a ramshackle building, monument or vibrant wall of graffiti. A figure passes by and, with the click of a button, time is frozen for a split second. The anonymous passer-by and structure come together for a fleeting moment to represent an era. Urban […]

Duncan Unsworth in Extended Visions

Duncan exhibits ten prints from his ‘Deleted Grafitti’ series and examples from two of his other series. Also in the exhibition are works by Paul Kenny and Graham Patterson. Runs October 4 – November 20, 2010 Although primarily a teaching resource the gallery is open to the public 8.30am-5pm Monday to Friday. For security reasons […]