Andrea Galvani to show at Flowers Gallery

Flowers Gallery have announced the photographers who will be taking part in their summer show Uncommon Ground and as I mentioned before curator Chris Littlewood has chosen a really great mix of photographers, two of which I interviewed earlier this year for I thought I’d post some excerpts from the articles so read Andrea […]

Scarlett Hooft Graafland to show at Flowers Gallery

Flowers Gallery has announced the photographers who’ll be featured in their summer show titled Uncommon Ground  and curator Chris Littlewood has chosen a really great mix of photographers including Scartlett Hooft Graafland both of which I interviewed for earlier this year so I thought I’d run a few excerpts from the article.

The Photographers’ Gallery reopens

Yesterday saw the reopening of the Photographers’ Gallery in London. After a £9.2million refurbishment the gallery, which has been serving photographers in London since the 1970s, opened its doors for the first time in nearly two years. And what nice doors they are.

Download the London Photography Exhibition Guide now

The London Photography Exhibition app has been released this weekend for iPhone. It includes all the information any photography fanatic will need to find their way around the photography galleries and shows in the capital

London Festival of Photography is back

The London Festival of Photography is back with a vengeance. After the first event last summer it has dropped the ‘Street’ in its name and has expanded to cover documentary, conceptual and street photography in over 50 events, exhibitions and workshops, including 18 exhibitions around the King’s Cross and Euston area

Let’s look at some pretty flowers down Columbia Road

I’d heard about Columbia Road Flower Market and had always wanted to go so last Sunday I was in the area and decided to pop down for a quick browse. Once you get past the amount of people (so many people), the market itself is a feast for the eyes

Damien Hirst at the Tate Modern

Damien Hirst’s first extensive show in London is a good way to introduce to children – in a fun and colourful way – that things die. That’s what the show is about, life cycles, life and death whether it’s a that of a sheep, butterflies or the human race

The Americans show the British how it’s done at Wembley

I’m getting excited about our return to Wembley Stadium on Saturday for the Saracens, Harlequins tie (with a McFly pre-match). The last time we were at the stadium was for the once yearly visit the American NFL pays to the UK

Alighiero Boetti (the other show on at Tate)

Whilst most of the attention has been on the Tate Modern’s Yayoi Kusama exhibition this month, there’s another show on at the reclaimed power station that is not to be missed

Fashion meets art at Selfridges

The design of the new Womens Designer Galleries in Selfridges is described as “fashion meets architecture” but with the release of The Film Project the phrase “when fashion meets art” could easily be applied