The South West Collective of Photography are hosting their very first photography exhibition along Torquay high street in May. They will be taking over an empty unit and turning it into a public gallery. The theme is “Visual Storytelling”.
It’s with regret that due to various setbacks, the collective have had to start a crowd funder in relation to the accessibility and running of this event. This is to make sure it can be open to the public and operate effectively.
The South West Collective of Photography must stress that arts and culture, particularly photography, are severely underrepresented in this part of the country. It is absolutely vital that we change this, but cannot do it without your help!
Private View · Thu 21 March · 6 - 9pm · Copeland Gallery · SE15 3SN
Exhibition continues · Fri 22 March · 11 - 4
2020 is a collective of photographers who create work internationally, collaborating on projects from their studio base in South East London.
For the first time, they will exhibit work together at Copeland Gallery, Peckham. Highlighting the work of twenty members, Environ will exhibit personal projects exploring the human condition within domestic, natural and imagined environments.
Tami Aftab · Joe Beeching · Lily Boyle · Byron Chambers · Tom Coleman · Nathan Keir Crofton-Bond · Oliver Dawson · Maite de Orbe · Rachel Gordon · James Greenhalgh · Matilda Hallander · Unai Mateo Lopez · Frederik Marks · Dina Patey · Prim Patnasiri · Phoebe Somerfield · Peter Stewart-Sykes · India Tuersley · Andrea Urbez · Coco Wu
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Photograd will be part of Photomonth this year with an exhibition at London Metropolitan University from Friday 16th to Thursday 29th November. We’ve already released the 30 photographers who will be exhibited, which you can find here, but in this post we introduce you to the 15 photographers whose book or zine we will be displaying in the space.
Scott Perry and Zoey Barton
Jake Kehar Gill
Photograd will be part of Photomonth this year with an exhibition at London Metropolitan University from Friday 16th to Thursday 29th November.
Here is a list of the 30 photographers who will be exhibited followed by a few select images.
Elisabetta De Guio
Steve Le Grys
Private View: Thursday 15th November, 6pm.
London Metropolitan University, The Cass, Atrium Space, Goulston Street. E1 7TP
Use Aldgate or Aldgate East underground, or Liverpool Street for a 10 minute walk.
Preview: Thurs 28th June 2018, 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm
Exhibition: Fri 29th – Sat 30th June, 10.00 am – 6.00 pm
Sun 1st July, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Venue: Safehouse 1, 139 Copeland Road, Peckham, London, SE15 3SN
The photography organisation Revolv Collective is celebrating its first anniversary with the One Year exhibition at Safehouse 1 in South East London, from Thursday 28th June to Sunday 1st July 2018.
To discover unseen digital, analogue and alternative photography, an open call went out to non-professional photographers, art graduates and current BA and MA students to submit a single image and contextual information.
The result is a stunning and varied collection by 77 photographers from 13 countries. On the opening evening, Revolv will officially launch an app, which will be an essential part of the interactive experience of the show. Another feature of this exhibition will be a Google Chrome Extension, where all the winning and shortlisted images will be included.
Joint statement by Revolv: “Our four-day One Year exhibition features beautiful and thought-provoking photographs by incredible talents from the UK and around the world, both previous Revolv contributors and many new to the platform. Tackling an array of important contemporary subject matters, via a diverse range of photographic styles and techniques, it is a fitting celebration of our mission: to provide greater exposure and opportunities for emerging photographers.”
At the preview on the Thursday, the founders of Revolv will reflect on the successes and challenges faced in the past year. Guests will also receive an insight into the selection of the images on show and find out about the Collective’s exciting upcoming plans.
During the main show, from Friday to Sunday, exhibiting artists are invited to bring additional works to spark open informal discussions. Members of the public, and prospective future Revolv contributors, are encouraged to come along and get involved and take part in our exhibition.
To celebrate our upcoming first birthday we're exhibiting work from some of the graduates featured on the platform in its first year. 40 graduates bring you a wide variety of work at the University of Suffolk's Arts Café until mid April.
We're really pleased to announce that the hard work planning our first exhibition is over... but now we're creating new Spotlight's and uploading new Features to the platform! The work doesn't stop here but a huge thank you does go to everybody who contributed to the show and provided tremendous support to the planning of it all!
Many of you have already asked for directions to the exhibition and so we figured this is the best place to share them. You'll need to head to the main Waterfront Building at the university to obtain a visitor pass to access the space, you'll then need to walk across the road to the Arts Café where you'll hopefully spot Photograd posters in the window.