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Invisible

Art about the Unseen, 1957-2012
12 June – 6 August 2012
Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre
Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XZ Continue Reading →

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Maxwell Anderson | Stop Making Sense

Stop Making Sense is a series of ever so slightly awkward images, which sit between the lines of peculiar anomaly and quotidian normality. Each photograph is a second look at what we may take for granted in our visual everyday lives. Sometimes simply documenting the ‘hidden in clear view’ oddities of things as they exist, and sometimes looking closer at specific details, recontextualising certain aspects of things outside of the ‘whole picture’. Continue Reading →

Self Publish, Be Happy School | Workshops

Self Publish, Be Happy is an organisation founded by Bruno Ceschel in 2010 with the aim of celebrating, studying and promoting self-published photo books through events (such as exhibitions, displays and talks), publications and online exposure.

Self Publish, Be Happy also organises workshops that help artists and photographers make and publish their own books. Continue Reading →

© Lise Sarfati | Sloane #06, Oakland, CA, 2005 C-print, 68.5 x 92 cm, Edition of 5© Lise Sarfati | Sloane #07, Oakland, CA, 2007 C-print, 68.5 x 92 cm, Edition of 5© Lise Sarfati | Sloane #68, Oakland, CA, 2009 C-print, 68.5 x 92 cm, Edition of 5© Lise Sarfati | Gina #12, Oakland, CA, 2009 C-print, 68.5 x 92 cm, Edition of 5© Brancolini Grimaldi | Lise Sarfati - She | Installation View© Brancolini Grimaldi | Lise Sarfati - She | Installation View

Lise Sarfati – She

I like doubles, like mothers and daughters, or sisters or reflections.
This represents my research into women’s identity… I am interested in fixing that instability.”

Lise Sarfati

Lise Sarfati – She
3 February – 17 March, 2012
Brancolini Grimaldi, London

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Nick Rochowski and Tim Bowditch | Hind Land

Hind Land is a collaboration between photographers Nick Rochowski and Tim Bowditch, surveying the pedestrian walkways beneath London’s Orbital M25 motorway. Continue Reading →

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Jonny Cochrane | I Want That

Our default condition is one of wanting. Often, we foolishly pander to our desire to have by attempting to get a little closer to the people, places and objects that we believe are symbolic of fulfillment, satisfaction, success and happiness. Continue Reading →

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Kate Levy | Paper and Glass

Paper and Glass (2008-2011)  is a collection of images made up of re-photographed photographs, from ephemeral newspaper pages to treasured family snaps.

By intervening at the surface of each original image in-frame, meanings become redirected into fragmentary, ambiguous and puzzle like interplays of perception and context. Continue Reading →

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fLip Magazine

ACMV Co-Editor Oliver Schneider was published recently in the “Fantasy” Issue of fLip Magazine. Continue Reading →

Ruth Bartlett

Dalston-based Central St. Martins graduate Ruth Bartlett has been described as someone who “basically does nice things”. We agree. Love her “ThreeDee” thingies and especially her photos.

See more of her work at
www.ourbartlett.co.uk

Alex Prager | Week End

“Michael Hoppen Contemporary will present the most recent work by rising American photographer Alex Prager. Photo Exhibition 10.06.2010 – 17.07.2010.” {text © Alex Prager, courtesy Michael Hoppen Contemporary}