May 13, 2015 § Leave a comment
To formally open LOOK/15:EXCHANGE, Anna Fox and friends present an audio-visual night of screened images and sound compositions from none other than Liverpool’s Yousef.
Artists include: Karen Knorr, Sarah Jones, Natasha Caruana, Melanie Friend, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Alijca Dobrucka, Joy Gregory, Sophy Rickett, Chinar Shah, Marilene Cordoba, Helen Sear, Bettina Von Zwehl, Clare Strand, Anna Fox, Neeta Madahar, Hannah Starkey, Emma Critchley & Susan Lipper
In support of the Women’s Photography Conference at TATE Modern, October 2015, in partnership with TATE
May 8, 2015 § Leave a comment
The Photographers’ Gallery, London in collaboration with The Pin Projects, Beijing OCT-LOFT, Shenzhen and with support from the British Council present Work, Rest and Play: British Photography from the 1960s to Today. Featured as part of the 2015 UK-China Year of Cultural Exchange, this will be the first touring exhibition in China solely devoted to British photography.
This exhibition presents a survey of over fifty years of British photography through the lens of documentary practices. Featuring work by some of the most significant photographers and artists of the time, it reflects photography’s growing cultural position both within the UK and on the international stage.
Work, Rest and Play features over 450 images by thirty-seven acclaimed photographers and artists working across a wide range of genres and disciplines, including photojournalism, portraiture, fashion and fine art. Also on display is The World in London, a major public art project initiated by The Photographers’ Gallery in 2012 to coincide with the London Olympic and Paralympic Games. The project presents 204 photographic portraits, from both established and emerging talents, of 204 Londoners, each originating from one of the nations competing at the Games. It is a celebration of photographic portraiture as an artistic form of expression as well as the city’s rich cultural diversity.
Emma Critchley: The Bahamas
May 5, 2015 § Leave a comment
SEABATHERS: Reflections and Responses
An exciting day of events which will reflect and respond to sea swimming. The event will include a presentation by sea swimming cultural historian Susie Parr, artist talks and presentations by Emma Critchley and Karen Shepherdson and the screening of Emma’s recently commissioned film ‘In our blood’. A Camera Obscura and a Tintype portrait studio will be open at Walpole Bay tidal pool throughout the day. Tickets for this event are available at: http://beyondtheview.org.uk/