Ray Higginbottom has a solo exhibition at the National trust venue Cliveden. He uses objects found from National Trust properties and turns them into something beautiful. His inspiration, he says, comes from across the artistic spectrum. From music and poetry to film and theatre, Ray is a true artist. His ability to 'find the unexpected in the mundane' is translated through his photographs. It runs for a couple of months until the end of February. You'll need to pay to get into Cliveden.
[Jonny Baker photo]
Several Ealing group members are exhibiting a photo in the 29th LIP Annual Exhibiton. It's on for one week only so get along quick!
6-11 DECEMBER 2017
THE OLD TRUMAN BREWERY
Unit 11, Dray Walk, London E1 6QL
Open Wed-Sun 11am-6pm; Mon 11am-5pm
Ray Malcolm photo
A three-month long exhibition by ten members of the Ealing satellite group, with three smaller groups alternating to exhibit each month.
Runs 5 October – End December 2017
Open Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm; Sat 8:30am-5:30pm; Sun 9am-5:30pm
32 New Broadway
London W5 2XA
Bari Goddard photo
LIP members Quentin Ball, Gwen Campbell, Gareth Davies, Gordana Johnson, Chris Moxey, Norman Smith, Duncan Unsworth are all exhibiting as part of the group THIRTEEN, in the recently renovated Lauderdale House. Chris Moxey is a member of the Ealing LIP group.
Runs 4-28 October 2017
Private view 4th October, 7.30-9.30pm
London N6 5HG
The opening night of TAG was wonderful with around 100 people visiting. Normally in a venue like this we'd then have a trickle of visitors each day but being part of BEAT has meant that more like 80-90 people have called in on the weekend each day. So exhibiting as part of BEAT has definitely been good - it's been buzzing. The exhibition itself has sparked peoples imagination. St Mary's services on Sunday also engaged with the photos as Ealing LIP member Jonny Baker gave a talk on photography and spirituality and incorporated the photos into the talk for members of St Mary's to interact with. This had the added bonue of the group being able to leave the photos up for the Sunday!
This Saturday is the last day you can see the exhibition - do get along if you haven't seen it yet.
[Thanks to Danilo Leonardi for the photos]
We're excited to be able to announce TAG - a photographic exhibition we are putting on as part of the Borough of Ealing Art Trail.
Marie Fitzgerald photo
Tag is a game where one person tags another, only this time played with photographs. Each photographer responds to the previous image creating a chain reaction of connected images. The results are displayed for the first time during the Borough of Ealing Art Trail (BEAT) and will be suspended in mid air in the beautiful space of St Mary's Church, Ealing.
September 6th- 16th
St Mary's Church, St Mary's Rd, Ealing W5 5RH
Sun 12:00noon - 6:00pm
The London Waterways exhibition opened this week and is open until the end of July - do go and visit in Southall at the Dominion - see here for details
Here's a few photos from Danilo Leonardi to give you the idea...
Minako Iwatake photo
Members of the group have got together to display their collection of images gleaned from walking around London’s waterways – the local canals and further afield, the Thames estuary.
Runs 25 June – 30 July 2017
Private View 28th June, 6.30-9pm
Dominion Arts Centre & Library
112 The Green
Southall UB2 4BQ
Transport: Southall mainline station – 5mins walk
Chris Moxey is part of a group called Thirteen who will be having an exhibition at the Croatian Embassy, from May 25th until June 26th. The Embassy is at 21 Conway Street, London W1T 6BN, about 7 minutes walk from Warren St underground.
Come along to Brentford Festival and see the gazebo where the group will be exhibiting photos. Entry to the festival is free!