Battle of Britain monument on the Embankment by Sabine Thoele
Stop Motion Parts I and II
16 August to 11 September 2010
The exhibition is in two halves. The first half, between Monday 16 August and 28 August will show the work of 11 photographers from the group and the second half between 31 August and 11 September, will show the work of a further twelve.
The exhibition consists of around 160 images between 23 photographers, using a wide range of media. The members were challenged to realize the theme ‘Stop Motion’, which has been interpreted in many ways. As well as incisive street photography there are more delicate realisations involving poetic sequences, illustrated by movement in the act of artistic creation. Curated by Quentin Ball RPS
The Queens Park Group is a satellite of London Independent Photography and a forum for both amateurs and professional photographers alike. Our activities are designed to bring together photographers with different levels of interests and expertise who are interested in developing their personal approach to photography and improving their skills. The group meet regularly each month at the Gallery and informally to talk about each other’s work and to swap notes and experiences.
Exhibiting are: Mark Adams, Mish Aminoff, Jerry Barnett, Jeanine Billington, Zelda Blackadder, Tim Crowe, Amanda Dolan, Steve Gross, Natasa Jandric, Vanja Karas, Nadjib Lefleurier, Marina Lewis, David Little, Janet Nabney, John Nabney, Lucilla Nitto, Lucy O’Meara, Mary Pritchard, Christophe Riccio, Sabine Thoele, Tony Wallis, Pete Webster, David Whiting
Vast Expanse 4 by Nicky Young
Photographs by Nicky Young on TheWall@TheGallery
Nicky Young has spent the best part of her life growing up in a field in Wiltshire, before uprooting and embarking on a long journey north to Manchester where she has resided since 2001. In 2008 she completed a photography degree at Manchester Metropolitan University. Nicky takes her inspiration from anything and everything between the green fields of the country to the bright lights of the city. She focuses mainly on the abstract and is particularly interested in the themes of colour, texture and light.
Focusing on scrutinising the dirty pots and pans we see everyday but take for granted, I hope to transport the viewer into another world. ‘My aim is to challenge how we perceive the mundane and banal objects that surround us by recycling them, through photography, into aesthetic images. I ultimately want to show that what we see is up to how we look at things, and just by changing that act of looking we can create something awe inspiring from something redundant and ineffectual.’ Nicky Young
Ceramics by Clare Gordon and David Gee
Wheel plate by David Gee
Two local ceramicists working in very different ways