The annual London Independent Photography exhibition is at the Espacio Gallery in Bethnal Green, from Tuesday 2 October to Sunday 7 October 2018. A couple of the Ealing group members have photographs in it. It's a good chance to see photos from the group across London.
We had a wonderful opening of our group Oblique Strategies exhibition. The video above was put together by Edmond Terakopian and gives a really good feel of the photos, how they are hung and the space. About 150 people came along to the opening - thank you all so much! The photos look great in the space.
There is a gallery of the photos here where you can also purchase prints in a range of sizes and types of paper.
There is a brand new online gallery which currently has two projects in of the two group shows including Oblique Strategies. You can order prints to buy too! Please note if you are ordering a print that is square it will get sent to you square even though that doesn't seem to be an ordering option. Here's the blurb from the about section of the site:
Welcome to our gallery website where you can view the group's projects and also order prints from some of our photographers. If the image you're after is not featured here or available for purchase, please contact the photographer directly to make arrangements.
The online gallery's print sales system (best used on a Mac or PC) caters for everything from smaller and resin coated prints at very affordable prices, aimed towards the photo enthusiast, all the way to larger prints (including real BW prints, fibre prints and Giclée prints) aimed more at the appreciator of very high quality prints. All prints are made by Metro Imaging, one of the UK's top professional photo labs.
Please note that if the image you're ordering is in a square format, the size of the print will correspond to the smaller dimension of the print size ordered. For example, if you order a 10"x8" print, a square image will be 8"x8"
Huge thanks to Edmond Terakopian for his efforts in setting it up.
Group member Ray Malcolm has his own solo show as part of BEAT at the fabulous Fade To Black coffee shop in Hanwell which is open daily. For this new exhibition, Ray asked strangers to pose as couples, constructing a moment of connectedness from anonymity.