The exhibition has amazing reviews and is running from 22nd June till 2nd September 2018. For more information click here.
Submit your photos for this year London Street Photography Festival (LSPF). There are four categories :
- Single Photograph
- Photo Series
- London Photograph
- Under 21s
It's such a great opportunity to win cash prizes and get a solo exhibition at the London Street Photography Festival 2019. All finalists will be exhibited at LSPH 2018.
For more information click here. The deadline is the 17th of June.
The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is the leading international photographic portrait competition, celebrating and promoting the very best in contemporary portrait photography.
The Prize has established a reputation for creativity and excellence, with works submitted by a range of photographers, from leading professionals to talented amateurs and the most exciting emerging artists.
The winner of the competition will receive £15,000. In addition the judges, at their discretion, will award cash prizes to one or more shortlisted photographers.
The prize winners and exhibition selection is judged on an equal and anonymous basis. In 2017 the exhibition featured over fifty works and was seen by over 40,000 people at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Beetles & Huxley Gallery, London, celebrates the 90th birthday year of photographer Elliott Erwitt, with a new exhibition. The exhibition includes over 50 photographs surveying Erwitt's career, ranging from photographs of New York in the late 1940s, to portraits of well-known figures and rare vintage prints from across Erwitt's career.
If you are in London, be sure to visit the Beetles & Huxley Gallery (3-5 Swallow Street, London, W1B 4DE) from 24th January till 17th February. It will be a very exciting exhibition, you can get more information by clicking here.
Emma Elizabeth Tillman (b. 1986, Santa Barbara) is an American writer, director and photographer based in Los Angeles. Tillman works with analogue film photography, as well as moving image and has made her directorial debut with the short film The History of Caves in 2013.
Left to right: p.37 Kingman, 2008, p.110 Iceland, 2010, p.50 Joshua Tree, 2011
Entitled Disco Ball Soul, her debut show features work created over a ten year period. Formed from fragments from her personal diaries it is an attempt to capture time in a series of beautiful analogue photographs and collages comprising handwritten extracts capturing the artist's life as it unfolds across various geographies, including France, Arizona, Iceland and California. Much of her never-seen-before work features intimate images of her life with her husband, Josh (the musician Father John Misty).
If you are in London, don't miss to see the show. The show runs from 11. August till 30th August at GALLERY 46, 46 Ashfield St, London (Tube: Whitechapel).
All images: © Emma Elizabeth Tillman, by courtesy of the artist