photography

So The Wind Won't Blow It All Away

Photographers: Gavin Bambrick, Maeve Berry, Tim Burrough, James Hardie, Inbal Mizrahi, Jayne Taylor, Sam Taylor, David Wilkinson EAST Gallery 214 Brick Lane London E1 6SA 4th Nov – 9th Nov 2011 (closes 5pm on 9th Nov) Private view 3rd Nov at 6pm This photographic exhibition encompasses themes of memory, intimacy and escape. Diverse in style and approach, from the abstract to the cinematic, t ...[Read More]

Light Sensitive – Brand New Photography Show

Exhibition September 3rd – 7th 10:00 – 18:00 Private view September 2nd 18:00 London’s most talked-about degree show returns: 14,000 sq ft of the best new photography Light Sensitive brings together artists from across the globe to showcase their latest photographic work. A brand new collection of thought-provoking work by award-winning photographers goes on show this September as part ...[Read More]

Artist Alexandra Hughes in Conversation

Canadian-born artist Alexandra Hughes will be talking to Karen McQuaid, programme organiser at the Photographers’ Gallery, about her current exhibition, Arrangements, at Siobhan Davies Studios. Friday 28 May @ 7pm Call 020 7091 9650 to book Siobhan Davies Studios 85 St George’s Road London SE1 6ER

Copyright, custom and collaboration: IP know-how for visual creators

Module 1: 11.05.10 at 18:00 Module 2: 18.05.10 Where: Red Room, Phoenix Brighton, 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton, BN2 9NB Please note that this is a two-module event and you are required to reserve your place on module 1 and 2 to attend. Both events run from 6-8pm, followed by drinks/networking until 9pm). Knowing about intellectual property (IP) rights can give you a real advantage when negotiati ...[Read More]

Alexandra Hughes: Arrangements.

This April, Siobhan Davies Studios presents Arrangements an exhibition of new works by Canadian-born artist Alexandra Hughes. Through photography Arrangements explores the effects of light and time on the architecture of Siobhan Davies Studios and captures the constantly shifting light and shadows sweeping through the building, across its walls, floors, and ceilings. The exhibition opens on 16 Apr ...[Read More]

24:2010 – The birth of a new decade

It is an ambitious project that will not be complete until the end of the next decade. But seven years in and 24photography is still going strong – creating a social commentary that will last for generations. Featuring a number of critically acclaimed artists from across the globe the group’s latest exhibition in Golden Square is set to be the best yet. Their idea is simple: 24 photographers, docu ...[Read More]

African Fever; performing ‘Africa’ in Europe

21st January – 27th March 2010 In 2008, a number of African-themed circuses were touring Europe. African Fever; performing ‘Africa’ in Europe is a collection of photographs from one of those tours, taken by photographer Jessica Kendall. Ms. Kendall spent three months with an African-themed circus tour that took her through Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Italy – first as a PhD resea ...[Read More]

Cuba: 50 Years of Revolution

Between 27th January and 27th February Rich Mix puts together a selection of films + photography to explore the recent history of Cuba, taking a look at the island 50 years after its Revolution. Films: CUBA – 50 YEARS A film selection that complements Cuban Stories Photography exhibition at Rich Mix: three films, offering three different views on the Cuban Revolution. Soy Cuba, a Soviet mast ...[Read More]

Your East @ Sainsbury Centre in January

Photographs of Norfolk and Japan by Andy Crouch and Andi Sapey Two fascinating photographic projects by Norfolk-based photographers, Andy Crouch and Andi Sapey, will be on display in the Sainsbury Centre Link from 8 to 28 January 2010. Whilst taken in locations geographically far apart, these quirky and vibrant colour photographs, sit remarkably well together. The connection is the artists’ simila ...[Read More]

Clouds Descending @ The Lowry

Jem Southam: Clouds Descending 12 December 2009 – 28 February 2010 Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery The Cumbrian coast played an important role in the work of LS Lowry who explored the landscape from bases in Whitehaven and Aspatria, where he stayed with Sheila Fell. In 2007, leading landscape photographer Jem Southam was commissioned by The Lowry in Salford to make his own response to the Cu ...[Read More]

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