Having recently done a workshop about the anthotype printing process, I was really excited to see that Nettie Edwards was doing a residency at Lacock Abbey this summer.
I bought this book after visiting Basim Magdy’s exhibition, The stars were aligned for a century of new beginnings.
Basim Magdy’s exhibition is heavily focussed on film, but also incorporates elements of painting, drawing, collage and photography.
The Spike Island Open is an annual event when the public are given the opportunity to explore behind the scenes at this contemporary art gallery.
I came across this book recently whilst visiting a local art gallery, and having really enjoyed looking at Helen Sear’s work online earlier in this course, I decided to buy it.
After receiving my feedback for assignment four, I spent a lot of time thinking about how I could best present my finished kusudama in an academic-style book. It was at this time, that I found a 1970s mineralogy book in a local second-hand bookshop.
I visited this exhibition primarily because of the involvement of Jem Southam, whose work I had never seen in a gallery setting before.
I bought this book from a local gallery, for no other reason than that, after flicking through the first few pages, I just didn’t want to put it down.
I randomly came across this exhibition on a family day out.
I recently went to visit this exhibition at the Fox Talbot Museum in Lacock. Jan Ramscar uses traditional darkroom equipment to create stunning close-up photograms of plants, seeds and flowers.