Category Archives: Exhibitions & Books

Jo Spence Study Visit

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The visit took place at the Stills Gallery in Edinburgh, led by tutor Wendy McMurdo.   Wendy had arranged for gallery director Ben Harman to give a brief introduction to the exhibition.  In the event Ben stayed for most of the … Continue reading

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La Gacilly Photo Festival, Morbihan, Brittany: Japan

I first came across this annual photo festival in 2015. The pretty town of La Gacilly in the Morbihan district of Brittany has for the past thirteen years, hosted an annual photo festival.  The exhibition is outdoors and exhibits can … Continue reading

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Charlie Waite Exhibition

I caught the last day of Charlie Waite’s “Silent Exchange” exhibition in he newly opened Beaumont Gallery at Woodlands Road, Mere,  Wiltshire.  The images no longer appear on the gallery website but here is a link to his home page. … Continue reading

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The Photography Show

I was unsure about going to a trade show, partly because I wasn’t sure if there would be any real learning to be had and secondly I didn’t want to be tempted into buying expensive gear I hadn’t thought through … Continue reading

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Bath Student Study Day: Gold & Grayson Perry Tapestries

On 23rd January, a small group of photography and textiles students met in Bath to visit the Holburne Gallery and the Victoria Gallery to view the current exhibitions of “Gold” , from the Royal Collection and the Grayson Perry tapestries, … Continue reading

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Diyanita Singh at the Hayward Gallery

Diyanita Singh’s first major UK exhibition is a retrospective of her work spanning several decades.  The show is divided into three rooms, presenting her photographic work differently.  The first gallery shows smaller, perhaps experimental work.  The second gallery shows the … Continue reading

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