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.
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 visited this exhibition primarily because of the involvement of Jem Southam, whose work I had never seen in a gallery setting before.
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.
Drawn is an open exhibition that celebrates drawing in all of its forms. It encompasses both traditional and contemporary practice, resulting is an incredibly varied exhibition.
This is the second exhibition I have seen this year where Luke Jerram combines science with art. Whilst Jerram’s Glass Microbiology was fascinating on the small-scale, Museum of the Moon is simply awe-inspiring.
‘Strange’, probably is the best word with which to describe this exhibition.
Every year I visit this exhibition, and every year I enjoy looking at the final selection of images.