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Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography: ‘Civilization: The Way We Live Now’
Civilization: The Way We Live Now features the work of 140 of the world’s finest photographers. It addresses and illuminates major...
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Installation of 'Civilization: The Way We Live Now' at The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
Othello De’Souza-Hartley: ‘I Am’ Exhbition at Sulger Buel-Lovell Gallery
Questioning stereotypes and scripted roles of gender and race, the works on this exhibition span more than five years of constant experimentation. De'Souza-Hartley's practice includes performance, video, sound and photography, working with different sitters and also extensively with his own body. The show features works from his series Masculinity (2010-2016), I AM (2017) and WITHIN (2017). The full exhibition is curated by Rodrigo Orrantia.
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I AM by Othello De'Souza
George Irvine: ‘Observations’ at D-Contemporary
Artist George Irvine presents his exhibition Observations – a diverse showcase of photographs, prints and paintings. The work varies from...
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Mirella Ricciardi: ‘Lost and Found’ at Guinevere Antiques
As part of its 55th birthday celebrations, Guinevere Antiques will be hosting an exhibition of Mirella Ricciardi's work curated by her daughter and Archive Director, Amina Ricciardi-Dempsey. This celebratory exhibition provides a unique opportunity to buy previously unseen works.
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Clive Arrowsmith: Peter Gabriel Reflections
The Museum of Bath Architecture will open an exhibition showing previously unseen photographs of 70s Genesis band member, Peter Gabriel taken by renowned photographer Clive Arrowsmith.
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Wildlife Photographers United: ‘Remembering Great Apes’ at La Galleria
In 2015, British wildlife photographer Margot Raggett founded the 'Remembering Wildlife' project, a 'live-aid' moment for wildlife photographers coming together for a fund-raising book. In 2016, 'Remembering Elephants' was the first book created for the series, followed by 'Remembering Rhinos' in 2017. Now in it's third year, The Remembering Wildlife series will be exhibiting images from their latest book 'Remembering Great Apes'.
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Book cover for Remembering Great Apes
Brian Griffin: SPUD! at MMX Gallery
Brian Griffin: SPUD!, is an exhibition of photographs selected from his recent residency at Labanque Arts Centre in Béthune-Bruay in Northern France.
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Chloe Dewe Mathews: ‘Caspian: The Elements’ at Aperture Gallery, NYC
Caspian: The Elements is Chloe Dewe Mathews's record of five years spent roaming the borderlands of the Caspian Sea. This exhibition coincides with the publication of the book Caspian: The Elements, by Chloe Dewe Mathews, which is co-published by Aperture and Peabody Museum Press. A larger exhibition of work from Caspian: The Elements will open at the Peabody Museum in April 2019.
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David Stewart: ‘Paid Content’ at Wren London
Paid Content is the latest body of work to be launched by acclaimed British Photographer David Stewart. The project will be released along side a solo exhibition and photobook published by Browns Editions.
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David Magee included in ‘Sensibilities of Belonging’ Group Exhibition at Mall Galleries
Sensibilities of Belonging, a group show hosted and curated by NoonPowell Fine Art, displayed work by 12 mid-career and emerging British, Irish,...
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Roger Hooper ‘Latitude’ at Gallery@OXO
Acclaimed wildlife photographer Roger Hooper returns to gallery@oxo to showcase an exhibition of wildlife and landscape images from the Arctic to the Antarctic in his new exhibition 'Latitude'
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Trish Morrissey: A Certain Slant of Light
Comprising of thirteen photographs and two films Trish Morrissey: a certain slant of light' responds to extensive research into archive material gathered about the last two female residents of Hestercombe House, a stately home and gardens in Somerset, England. This body of work is a playful and rigorous enquiry into the lives of Elizabeth Maria Tyndale Warre (1790 -1872) and The Right Honourable Mrs Constance Portman (1854 -1951), using archive materials as points of departure' to develop interpretations of these two formidable women. 
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Cascade by Trish Morrissey