Category Archives: Exhibitions

Louis Garrel, Léa Seydoux and Rebecca Zlotowski in London

Louis GARREL, Léa SEYDOUX and Rebecca ZLOTOWSKI will be in London on Tuesday 10 January at Ciné Lumière for the UK Premieres of their films “The Little Tailor” and “Dear Prudence”.

These special screenings announcing the launch of the second edition of (12 Jan – 1 Feb), uniFrance’s online festival.

Mike Steven, Yoshi Kametani and Rowan Lear exhibit at Futureproof

Three 2010 Photography and Film graduates from Edinburgh Napier University have been invited to participate in Futureproof: [Some] New Photography in Scotland.

Rowan Lear, Yoshi Kametani and Mike Steven shall be exhibiting work at at Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow from 6th August – 12th September 2010.

Futureproof is a selection of work from graduates in 2010 of Scotland’s dedicated photography courses: Edinburgh College of Art, Glasgow School of Art, Gray’s School of Art (Aberdeen), Glasgow Metropolitan College, and Napier University (Edinburgh). The show aims to capture something of the full range of ways that younger and emerging artists engage with photography.

Rowan Lear

Yoshi Kametani

Mike Steven

Pride In The House exhibition

Jamie McAteer, a 2009 graduate of Photography and Film has been selected to exhibit his work at “Pride in the House” at Lauderdale house in London.

The venue can be found at: Upper Gallery, Lauderdale House, Highgate Hill, Waterlow Park, London N6 5HG (nearest tube Arch)

The exhibition is open Tuesday 6 July to Sunday 18 July 2010, open 11am to 4pm Tuesday to Friday and midday to 5pm Sundays; Entrance FREE

On Wednesday 7 July 2010, 7.30 to 9.30pm everyone is welcome to enjoy an early evening glass of wine and look at some great and varied art work.

The overall winner of the 8th Pride in the House competition will receive a solo exhibition later in the year, and will be announced on Wednesday evening. This year Lauderdale House was pleased to welcome as one of the judges Highgate based art dealer Gavin Rosenthal of Art & the City.

The 3 winning artists:

Jamie McAteer, Edinburgh, Scotland
– a combination of photographic images and words capturing specific moments in time, exploring issues around sexuality, religion and the spaces in which we inhabit.

Roxana Halls, London
– large theatrical detailed paintings of cabaret and circus performers with a dark undertone

Mark Boyce, London
– finely hand carved ceramic and porcelain tiles creating mosaics inspired by the world of Japanese Rope Bondage

Free Range Art & Design Show in London

Seven 2010 graduates of Photography and Film at Edinburgh Napier University are exhibiting final year work at the 10th Free Range Art & Design Show, which takes place every June and July at the Old Truman Brewery. The show provides the best platform for graduate art and design students to showcase their work to both public and industry.

The show is open to the public Friday 2nd July 2010 to Monday 5th July 2010 from 10:00 – 19:00 every day. See details here.

Exhibiting graduates are Aleksandra Kocela, Eleanor Darroch, Hannah Doyle, Jonathan David Smyth, Karen Taylor, Kristina Milic Thompson, Martin Traynor, Mateusz Noniewicz, Matthew Bissett, Matthew Nanson, Mike Steven, Sami Kouser, Suzanne Boak and Yoshi Kametani.

“Found Footage”

Recent graduate Rowan Lear is taking part in a collaborative event as part of Screen Bandita and West Port Book Festival in Edinburgh.

“Found Footage” shall include performances by poet Jay Bernard, and author and playwright Mia Gallagher, projections by Screen Bandita, and installations by Izzy Bocchetti and Rowan Lear, plus music from Vroni Holzmann.

The event shall  take place at St Marks Artspace on Friday 25th June at 7:30pm.

At a Glance exhibition preview Friday 2 April 7-9pm


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