Lisa Hills, Other Tales Of The Riverbank. Every now and then you come across the work by a photographer that stops you in your tracks. For me, this was Lisa Hills' The Other Tales Of The Riverbank. Macabe, interesting and beautifully shot, Lisa' images depicts an alternative lifestyle for Hammy Hamster and his friends. Lisa Hills will be exhibiting the full series of
This August Bank holiday saw the opening for the first time of the London Street Photography Festival. Set in the heart of the East End of London at the wonderful Stour Space. The London Street Photography Festival is the dream of Dmitry stepanenko and Mary Timohova and runs for six days. The LSPF features workshops, competitions, prominent artist along with guest speakers with Peter Dench,
London Street Photography Festival London Street Photography Festival will be happening in London for the first time on 25-27 of August 2017 at Stour Space. The exhibition of works will be on display until 31 August. The festival will feature works from a contest in 4 categories – Best Single Photograph, Best Photography Series, Best London Photograph and a special contest for under 21s which is
In Hastings there is an art collective like no other. Zoom Arts is primarily a self funding group of creative artists from every discipline imaginable, who regularly hold exhibitions to showcase individual members own art work. The group was founded in 2005 by Robert Maxted and John Scowen after leaving education. Their sole ambient was to create a working group which was able to exhibit art.
Shirley Barker: Women and Children; and Loitering Men Exhibition. At The Manchester Art Gallery. On a wet rainy day in Manchester, I went to see the social documentary photographer Shirley Barker’s exhibition at The Manchester Art Gallery. Aptly named Women and Children; and Loitering Men. Her images depict a Manchester of the sixties and seventies in the midst of change, as terraced streets are torn