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Clive Arrowsmith: ‘Amazement and Amusement’ Exhibition at Holden Luntz Gallery
For decades, Clive Arrowsmith's fashion studies and portraiture have been celebrated for their creative vision and jubilant, expressive style; emphatic photographs of Bowie, McCartney, Sammy Davis Jr. or Jagger are created from a mixture of the photographer's alluring brand and his traditional art school training. 'Amazement and Amusement' at Holden Luntz Gallery showcases some of his best-known images from his illustrious career.
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Emily Allchurch included in RA Summer Show 2018
Genesis client Emily Allchurch will be taking part in the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy, by exhibiting her piece 'Capital Folly (after Piranesi) 2017' from her very own series Architectural Capricci.
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Emily Allchurch's 'Capital Folly (after Piranesi) 2017 at the RA 250th Summer Exhibition
Zoë Law and Maggie’s: ‘LIFE’ Exhibition at The Senedd, Cardiff Bay
The LIFE exhibition, curated by Ab Rogers Design (the architect of Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden in Sutton), is a...
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Peter Fraser: ‘Mathematics’ Exhibition at Camden Arts Centre
Since the early 1980s, Peter Fraser has been at the forefront of pioneering colour photography as fine art. With an...
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Judy Goldhill & Fay Ballard: ‘Breathe’ at The Freud Museum
Breathe presents two thought-provoking contemporary artists, Fay Ballard and Judy Goldhill, who both explore the central theme of parental loss throughout their practice.
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Emily Allchurch: ‘Visions of Architectural Fancy’ at Sir John Soane’s Museum
In 2018, Sir John Soane's Museum will host a striking presentation of three works by the artist Emily Allchurch in the Foyle Space. Her practice involves the contemporary re-creation of historic artworks using a complex technique of digital collage of her own original photography. Emily will exhibit pieces closely inspired by significant works in the Museum's collections: Public and Private Buildings Executed by Sir John Soane between 1780 and 1815 (1818) and Architectural Visions of Early Fancy (1820), both by J.M. Gandy; as well as Piranesi's Imaginary View of the Ancient Intersection of the Via Appia and Via Ardentina, Rome (1756).
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Vision 9: Contemporary Photography at gallery@Oxo
Vision 9 is an exhibition of contemporary photography inspired by the landscape. Modern landscape photography is a broad church, and this is reflected in the art in this exhibition. The nine artists are leading outdoor photographers with a commitment to excellence. They offer a wide range of interpretations including traditional landscapes and seascapes, more intimate studies of our natural world and abstract images made using techniques like multiple exposure and camera movement.
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Gayle Chong Kwan: ‘The People’s Forest’ at William Morris Gallery
Genesis client, Gayle Chong Kwan's The People's Forest is an exhibition of new photographic and sculptural work exploring the history, politics, and people of London's ancient woodland, Epping Forest. The exhibition is the culmination of Chong Kwan's two-year engagement and research investigating the Forest as a liminal threshold between rural and urban, as a site of historic and recent protest, as a shared and contested resource, and the conflict between capital and common.
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Phil Griffin: ‘Dark Matter’ at Keteleer Gallery
Phil Griffin photographs man in an unorthodox way and looks for an intense relationship with his subject. For his new...
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Edmund Clark: ‘The Day The Music Died’ at The International Centre of Photography
Genesis client Edmund Clark presents eight projects in The Day the Music Died, an exhibition exploring the measures taken by states, especially the United States, to protect their citizens from the threat of international terrorism””and the implications of these measures.
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Negative Publicity #141, 2013 © Edmund Clark
Edmund Clark: ‘In Place of Hate’ Exhibition at Ikon Gallery
Edmund Clark has been Ikon's artist-in-residence (2014-17) at Britain's only therapeutic prison, HMP Grendon in Buckinghamshire. An artist with a longstanding interest in the incarceration and its effects, this exhibition showcases the body of work he has developed in response to the prison and helping to facilitate the prisoners' own creative output.
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Brian Griffin: ‘POP’ Exhibition at Noordelitcht House of Photography
Brian Griffin presents 'POP', a comprehensive exploration of his music photography with images shot for album covers, single sleeves, posters and press. Photos of Iggy Pop, Depeche Mode, Kate Bush and many more will be on show for this exhibition.
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