FIX Photo Festival 2017
May
12
to May 21

FIX Photo Festival 2017

  • Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, SE1 9PH London United Kingdom (map)
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12 - 21 May

Free Entry

Venue: Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London SE1 9PH

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Opening Hours 

Monday - Sunday

Friday 12 - Sunday 21 May        11.00 - 20.30

Monday 15 May                         11.00 - 18.00

Tuesday 16 - Sunday 21            11.00 - 20.30

Bargehouse is owned and managed by Coin Street Community Builders: www.coinstreet.org

 

FIX Photo Festival - An annual celebration of consummate photography in all its forms.


FIX Photo is produced and curated by LANG Director Laura Noble. This free exhibition of photography includes works by an array of domestic and international talent.

FIX Photo celebrates the many facets of the medium in all its guises. Accompanied by pop-ups and a programme of events, there are creative discoveries for everyone.

In this, the second year of the festival, FIX Photo is curated in response to the consequences of the dramatic political shifts of 2016. Exhibiting artists will issue a positive challenge to the social and cultural divisions of the past year through the presentation of work connected by four key themes:

IdentityCommunityUnity & Harmony and Environment.

Displaying work by established artists as well as new talent, FIX Photo is committed to giving emerging artists the opportunity to share their work outside of a traditional gallery context. Hosted over four floors alongside the Thames, this unique display in a building full of character offers an idiosyncratic contrast to a formal white space. Situated within the heart of the cultural centre of London, FIX Photo aims to encourage new audiences to photography as the ultimate democratising medium in the arts. FIX Photo promises a visual treat for audiences and a variety as broad as the medium itself.

FIX Photo will explore these themes through fine art photography, photojournalism, street photography and portraiture and fully embrace the diversity and inclusivity of the medium. Exhibiting the highest standard of work artists will celebrate the scope of talent on the photographic scene. This exhibition will also include the premier viewing of Chris Steele-Perkins current ‘The New Londoners’ project - exploring London’s diversity through family portraits inside people’s homes of almost 200 Nationalities residing in the capital. 

 

Featuring artists from four continents - each with their own unique view of the world, including:

Zaklina Anderson, Susan Barnett, Richard Bram, Brittain Bright, Alicia Bruce, Carlotta Cardana, Mike Crawford, Yvonne De Rosa, Giovanna Del Sarto, Elaine Duigenan, Jessa Fairbrother, Mischa Haller, Sandra Jordan, Grant Legassick, Celine Marchbank, Christian Nilson, Robert D. Phillips, Kuriko Sano, Herb Schmitz, Einar Sira, Chris Steele-Perkins, Kevin Vucic-Shepherd and Minnie Weisz. 

 

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Sandra Jordan: Hidden Beauty
Oct
5
to Oct 22

Sandra Jordan: Hidden Beauty

'Hidden Beauty' by Sandra Jordan at Four Corners, London

5th October - 22nd October : Free Entry

OPENING HOURS: 

11:00 - 18:00  Tuesday - Saturday

Venue: Four Corners, 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 OQN

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L A Noble Gallery in partnership with Four Corners, are delighted to announce the forthcoming exhibition 'Hidden Beauty' with works by Sandra Jordan. This fascinating work will be shown in London for the first time.

Sandra Jordan explores beauty through the device of architecture. Although her subject choices are based upon a gut reaction, the proliferation of Brutalist and Modernist buildings carry a special attraction to Jordan – whose notions of beauty could be described as unconventional. Responding to the societal median of aesthetics she is concerned with what lies beneath, delving deeper and reaching beyond the accepted standardised prettification. They are not merely pictures of buildings, they are portraits of buildings.

Workshop with Sandra Jordan 

Sat 22 October: Artist Led Workshop
Time: 11.00 - 17.00
12 places available*
£150 per person
This is a full-day workshop open to anyone over 18 and would be ideal for those with an interest in pursuing photography both personally and professionally.  Participants are also invited to bring a small portfolio (max 15 images) for a review with LANG Director Laura Noble.

The workshop focuses on improving visual literacy, using architecture and the surrounding streets as your playground. Participants will be exploring the use of elements of design (line, pattern, form) to create stronger images linking them together to create a coherent body of work.

The day will start with short talk by Sandra about her work, after which the group will go off site onto the streets searching for the unseen. Each participant will have the opportunity to spend time working with Sandra on location, whom will answer any questions you may have. This will be followed by a viewing session and group discussion on your images.

You will also have the opportunity to have a portfolio review with LANG Director Laura Noble.

Participants are required to bring their own digital camera. Payment secures booking and is non-refundable due to the limited places available.

*Please note that there are only 12 places. Payment secures a booking & is non-refundable due to the limited places on the workshop. Enquiries: hello@lauraannnoble.com

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FIX Photo 2016
May
13
to May 22

FIX Photo 2016

FIX Photo 2016

13 - 22 May 

Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf,  London

 

 L A Noble Gallery (LANG) is proud to present FIX Photo - an annual celebration of exemplary photography in all its forms. FIX Photo is produced and curated by LANG Director Laura Noble. With events and workshops throughout and artworks and publications for sale there is something for everyone to discover. This free exhibition of photography includes works by a vast array of domestic and international talent from LANG and invited artists. FIX Photo explores many facets of the photographic medium. 

FIX Photo offers audiences the opportunity for an enlightening, enriching and inspiring journey through the diverse and tangled channels and tributaries of contemporary photography.

Guests are also invited to visit our Perky Blenders cafe providing coffee, snacks and coffee based cocktails. There are also books on offer by Schilt Publishing, LANG artists and independent publications. Wild Card Brewery bar on the third floor also offers the chance to unwind surrounded by stunning photography with beers on tap, wine and cocktails.

The show will include a series of events including curator led tours, artist talks, film screenings, book signings and a programme of workshops. A full listing of events will be available upon request, dates tbc. 

Venue

Bargehouse
Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH

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Opening hours

Friday 13 - Sunday 15        11.00 - 20.30

Monday 16                         11.00 - 19.00

Tuesday 17 - Sunday 22    11.00 - 20.30

 

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Robert Clayton: Estate
Apr
8
to May 29

Robert Clayton: Estate

'Estate' by Robert Clayton at Four Corners, London

8 April - 29 May : Free Entry

OPENING HOURS: 

11:00 - 18:00  Tuesday-Saturday  (Closed Sundays)

Venue: Four Corners, 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 OQN

L A Noble Gallery in partnership with Four Corners and kindly supported using public funding by Arts Council England are delighted to announce the forthcoming exhibition. 

Shot over 25 years ago on the Lion Farm Estate, in Oldbury, in the West Midlands, Robert Clayton’s images capture life on a housing estate in the early 1990’s. The work on display masterfully exhibits the real lives of those living there during this time coupled with an appreciation for the architecture which surrounds them. This insightful glimpse into the past also reveals its relevance today as social housing in the UK erodes still further as the welfare state and the ideology that created such places has been worn down by greed and gentrification. Taken from his book of the same name, this exhibition is perfectly placed to serve the public as a tacit reminder of the need for social housing and the beauty of community.

The exhibition will also premier Robert Clayton’s new short film Estate based on the series, starring Jonathan Meades, directed by the artist, filmed and produced by Line Nikita Blom.

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Emerge
Feb
17
to Apr 12

Emerge

L A Noble Gallery presents: Emerge 2016

Passionately committed to exhibiting the freshest talent in the photographic world, L A Noble Gallery proudly presents the newest members of our family. Collectively they cover a wide variety of subjects exploring the weird and wonderful facets of the human condition. Feast your eyes upon the exciting preview of their portfolios, full profiles to follow soon! 

Find Emerge here

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