I visited the exhibition of these awards on 4th May, a few days before the exhibition was about to close. Unfortunately due to other commitments during my day in London, my visit was limited to just over one hour. I could easily have stayed much longer. Continue reading The Sony World Photography Awards
At the 2017 Photography show I attended a lecture given by celebrated photographer Albert Watson.
He started his lecture by playing us a video of his photographs, taken over many years. There were several that I recognised, including one of his most famous photographs, Golden Boy. Continue reading Albert Watson
This exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre for the Arts, featured the pictures of three Japanese artists: Nobuyoshi Araki, Eikoh Hosoe and Kikuji Kawada.
The styles of these three artists varied greatly from the flower pictures of Araki to the astronomical images of Kawada. Continue reading Masters of Japanese Photography
On Tuesday 11th October I visited the William Eggleston exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
This was an exhibition of 100 of Eggelston’s portraits taken from the 1960s to the present day. Continue reading William Eggleston – Portraits
I visited Houghton Hall in Norfolk specifically to see the exhibition of photographs by French photographer Martin d’Orgeval who had been artist in residence at the hall during the previous winter.
The exhibition was split into two sections, which caused me some confusion. I was directed to a room outside of the house by a sign saying ‘Exhibition’. The first photograph I saw was a large image of a window with a blind pulled down. Continue reading Martin d’Orgeval – Houghton Hall