November’s issue of Vanity Fair publishes its ‘ON ART’ supplement and features TJ Boulting artist Henry Hudson. Editor Nick Foulkes interviews Hudson on his career as a young artist, in particular, his arrival at his signature material – Plasticine.
Archive for October 2013
Trolley author of Delta Nigeria has a solo show presenting his most recent work photographing the Kings of Nigeria. The exhibition ‘Nigeria Monarchs‘ is taking place at the Bermondsey Project, 46 Willow Walk London, SE1 5SF until 3rd November. Here are some snaps taken of the opening night:
This Thursday, 24th October, at The Photographers’ Gallery, Trolley Books author Iphgenia Baal will be reading from and signing her 2012 book ‘GENTLE ART’. A screening of her video collaboration with artist Matthew Wilkinson ‘Heavy Vibrations’ will be screened simultaneously in the Cafe. Both events are free and begin at 7pm. Booking is not required – just turn up!
The Photographers’ Gallery is located on 16 – 18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW
The photographs of Margaret M. de Lange’s book ‘Surrounded By No one’ feature as part of the contemporary documentary photo festival, FotoDock’s exhibition ‘Stranger Worlds‘ on now until 1st December in Munich’s Münchner Stadtmuseum. Her profile by FotoDoks can be viewed here.
Listen to Dan Budnik talk us through his experience of documenting the run up to Dr. Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have A Dream’ speech
Forthcoming Trolley author, Dan Budnik, releasing his book ‘Marching To The Freedom Dream’ that presents his significant body of work documenting the Civil Rights Movement speaks about his experience documenting the run up to Dr. Martin Luther King’s famous ‘I Have A Dream’ speech. The podcast features on Port Magazine and is available to download on itunes. An audio slide version can be viewed here
For all those in Berlin, TJ Boulting artist Ian Giles invites you to participate in his performance ‘CLAY MEDITATION’ where you will be asked in pairs to apply clay slip to each other’s faces. As the clay dries into a mask on each individual’s face, the invisible process of time will slowly become apparent.
RSVP is not required. Please arrive ay 4pm or 9pm.
A Thin Place is located in Kreuzberg on the top floor of Schönleinstraße 33, Berlin 10967. The nearest metro stop is Schönleinstraße on the U8 line
As part of the Bermondsey Project’s Black History Month, author of Delta Nigeria has a new solo show presenting his most recent work photographing the Kings of Nigeria. Exhibition runs 11th October through 3rd November at Bermondsey Project, 46 Willow Walk London, SE1 5SF