photography

Urban Art 2018 - 14th & 15th July

Urban Art 2018, is London’s largest annual open-air Contemporary Arts Fair and takes place along the railings of Josephine Avenue, London SW2, during the weekend of Saturday 14th July and Sunday 15th July from 10.00am to 6.00pm. Free entry.

Friends of Ruskin Park Photography Competition 2017

The photography competition in 2017 has two sections, one 'Open To All Ages' and the other for 'Under 16's'

All the details of the competition are on our website www.friendsofruskinpark.org.uk , including the online entry form.

So get busy while we have wonderful Spring light and colour, and a really beautiful Ruskin Park to take photographs of.

Friends of Ruskin Park Photography Competition 2015

Closing date for submissions is June 26th, 5.30pm

Pick up an entry form from The Carnegie Library or go online to www.friendsruskinpark.org.uk

Entries will be exhibited in The Carnegie Library for all of July.

Why limit yourself to Facebook, Instagram and all that when your fabulous images could be winning prizes and exhibited.

Get a life, get a Park Life and show us what it looks like.

Friends of Ruskin Park Photography Competition 2015

Friends Of Ruskin Park Photography Competition 2014 Exhibition

Ope Lori's 'I Want Me Some Brown Sugar' currently on at 198

Until November 5th at 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning in Railton Road (198):


Through newly commissioned video installations and photographic works, Ope Lori’s utilises explicit use of stereotypes and focuses on taboo subjects, inter racial mixing, gender role-playing and sexuality, all of which stem from the feminist mantra - that the personal is political. Read an interview with Ope Lori here: http://www.198.org.uk/artistic-programmes/current-exhibition


 



Friends Of Ruskin Park Photography Exhibition

The Friends of Ruskin Park ran a photography competition, to make an image of the Handkerchief Tree in Ruskin Park using photography in any way artists wanted.

The competition entries are now an exhibition hanging in The Carnegie Library gallery till August 3rd.

Three entrants, Stephen Lamb, James E. Petts, the competition winner, and Deepthi Wickremasinghe were in the Carnegie on Saturday checking it all out. 

The prizes will be given out at a tea, coffee, and cake morning on Saturday 20th July, 10.30 am, you are invited.

Photography competition entrants

South London photography competition

 

 

What does local mean to you?
Theatre Local and The South London Press invite you to send in your photographs illustrating what local means to you.

It could be a random act of kindness, a telling piece of graffiti, a bustling street scene or an undisturbed landscape. The only condition is the photo must be taken in South London

'Steel and Glass' by Trevor Christie at Diverse EXTENDED TILL SEPT 10TH

THIS EXHIBITION HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL SEPT 10TH. FOR ANY OF YOU WHO MAY HAVE GONE DOWN LAST SAT. FOR A 10PM CLOSING ONLY TO GET SHUTTERS, APOLOGIES FOR AN EARLIER THAN EXPECTED GALLERY CLOSE THEN. WHILE I AM TOLD A LATER 10PM CLOSE IS CONFIRMED FOR THE FINAL DAY ON THE 10TH, YOU MIGHT STILL BE BEST ADVISED TO RING UP THE GALLERY FIRST ON 0207 733 1488.

 

 

We stumbled across a remarkable exhibition of street photography yesterday by Herne Hill resident and photographer, Trevor Christie. Sadly, there are just two days left for this show - it ends Saturday night, September 3rd, at 10pm. But the good news is that you still have time to catch it. Well worth doing so.

 

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