Rooftop Collective exhibiting at Photomonth 2014

Exhibition in collaboration with The Curious Duke Gallery:

Back in June – thanks to Susan Mumford & Maria Marro-Perera of BSAAThe Rooftop Collective secured a two week slot at the wonderful Curious Duke Gallery from October the 13th to the 26th 2014The Curious Duke is on Whitecross Street, between Old Street and the Barbican – a fantastically vibrant area of London at the north end of Shoreditch.

I will be showing six landscapes from my ‘West of the Sun’ series whilst Chris King, Constanza Isaza Martínez, Mary Jane Maybury, Paul Clifford, and Vanessa Short will be exhibiting alongside me.

Styles on show will range from portraits and still lives, to abstracts and landscapes – all created using techniques ranging from traditional silver gelatin prints to photopolymer gravures and c-type prints on aluminium.

Another reason – if any were needed – to visit the show is that it is part of Photomonth, the East London Photography Festival. This has been running since 2001 and has established itself as a major international event, celebrating photography in galleries and venues across East London.

The Private View will be on October the 14th between 6 & 9pm.
The artists will be in residence for chats and Q&As all day on Saturday 18th of October.
The exhibition will be open daily from the 13th to the 25th of October between 11am and 6.30pm
Late night opening will be until 9pm on Thursday 23rd October. The artists will be present for drinks.

We look forward to seeing you there.




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