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Looking forward to the Private View:
for University of Westminster MA Photography Arts and Documentary Photography and Photojournalism 2018.
Tonight at Ambika P3.
Prints made for Cheryl Newman at Bayeux. Embroidery at Hand and Lock.
Reposts and images at the Lab from Jim Grover's latest solo exhibition "Windrush: A Portrait of a Generation".
One week remaining, now showing at The Oxo Gallery.
Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH
Until 10th June 2108.
Open Tuesday to Sunday 11am - 6pm
Photographer Natalie Goldstein and Simon Docherty, founders of "United in Love" at their opening night of the exhibition to raise awareness and funds for international refugee charities at Alon Zakaim Fine Art gallery.
UNITED IN LOVE
Alon Zakaim Fine Art, 5-7 Dover Street, London W1S 4LD
24th April until 8th May 2018.
Opening hours Monday to Friday 9am-6pm
Printing and photography of the event by Nick Barnett at Bayeux Ltd.
Working with @lbm6122 for Kevin Casey's upcoming exhibition.
Repost from @lbm6122
We would love to invite you to experience Tuck Muntarbhorn's first solo exhibition in London, Transparent Shapes, taking place at Bayeux, 78 Newman Street, London, W1T 3EP
from 12th March - 27th April 2018.
Our opening hours are Monday - Friday, 9am - 6pm. .
“I believe that the highest function of an artist is to make beauty manifest. By beauty I mean nature’s eternity, the radiance of Life or, in religious language, God’s infinite Being.” – Tuck Muntarbhorn “Muntarbhorn is transparent about the fact that his work is an expression of his feeling for the spiritual nature of the world. Originating at sacred sites from across the globe (in Thailand, Myanmar, Israel, Finland, Britain and elsewhere), the forms he photographs become abstract to the point at which they dissolve into transparent bodies of light; they relinquish their otherness.” — Andrew Spira (Victoria & Albert Museum) .
“Muntarbhorn is a force of nature. At all times, his persona, vision, and creative output seek a visualisation of a world free from prejudice and labels, and a genuine meeting with a true self. His work carries the light he constantly aspires to, as he envisions a type of elevation that transcends cultural conditions and social schemes.” – Elena Stanciu (Petrie Magazine)