Excited to be part of the UCS Annual 2016 at Art Pavilion Mile End. The annual brings together work by 30 artists as well as artist talks, a film screening and a book and camera fair. 18th – 27th November at
How to get there
I am very pleased to have work selected for the London Independent Photography 28th Annual Exhibition at Espacio Gallery in London. The show opens with a Private View on Tuesday 15th November and then continues 1pm-7pm until Saturday 20th and is open on Sunday 21st November from 1-5pm.
Image: Duck Flying Next to Other Ducks/Plane Flying Next to Other Planes 2016
As part of Photomonth 2016 I am joining fellow artists from Bow Arts: Heloise Bergman, Rosa Mignacca and Nye Thompson in an exhibition at PSW Project Space Wapping.
Primarily photographic with a strong nod to process, often constructed in some way, perhaps invasive and with a truth value somewhere between completely true and completely false. This is Fuzz.
PSW – Project Space Wapping
The Rum Factory
Unit 4 Pennington Street Warehouse
Friday Nov 4 to Sun Nov 6
Preview Thursday Nov 3 6pm-9pm
New work for my light box series will be on show at the Bow Arts Rum Factory Open Studios in association with Open House London on Saturday September 17th 1pm – 5pm.
Unit 4 Pennington Street Warehouse, Pennington Street, London E1W 2BD
Cityscape (Post Conversion) 2016
I am very pleased to be invited to take part in Uncertain States Sixth Annual Exhibition at The Art Pavilion, Mile End from November 5th to November 25th 2015 with a private view Wednesday 4th at 6.30pm – 9.00pm.
Zelda Cheatle, Photography Specialist, who writes for the exhibition catalogue adds, “Within this group of 50 artists, there is a myriad of genres and intentions, different print types, print techniques, print scales, the whole array of the medium of photography that translates the thoughts and feelings, the clear and less clear, messages and environs of the wide diaspora that this show contains; Within this one exhibition is fifty entirely different modes of expression and thought.”