Tonight there will be an opening party for the Belfast Exposed Futures exhibition at the Espace Lomond in Paris, where I will show work alongside Joanne Mullin, Ruby Wallis, Alberto Maserin, Jan McCullough and Peter Evers. The exhibition is part of the Weekend Focus on Photography, a series of events at the Centre Culturel Irlandais. Opens at 6 at 21 rue Lhomond, Paris 5ème.
I am very pleased to be a runner up in the Jill Todd Photographic Award. The finalists’ work willl be on show at Stills on Cockburn Street in Edinburgh until January the 17th. Many thanks to Trish and Barrie Todd.
Hellen van Meene is not really 80% mean (her words), at a workshop in Edinburgh for photographers shortlisted for the Jill Todd Award. Also, some crap holiday photos from later that day, to make sure I hadn’t become too technically sophisticated.
A few installation shots of Rural Fluorescent at Belfast Exposed Futures.
Many thanks to Mary Pelletier for this interview about the show on Photomonitor with Vivienne Gamble of Seen Fifteen and myself, and to i-D for including the exhibition in their round-up of what was on at the Art Licks Weekend.
Images from Rural Fluorescent will be shown at this year’s Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam, in conjunction with Belfast Exposed and Division of Labour galleries, alongside work from Jan McCullough and Stuart Whipps.
Our work will be on show from the 18th - 20th September.
I’ll also be participating in the Premiere Presentation Discussions on Saturday the 19th at 7.15pm alongside Piotr Zbierski.
An exhibition of Cottages of Quigleys Point will take place from 1st-4th of October in Safehouse 1, Peckham, as part of Art Licks Weekend in London. See the attached PDF press release for details.
Many thanks to Vivienne Gamble.