Upcoming group exhibitions in March – May 2012

Over the next few months I will have work on display at three exhibitions, two in Brighton and one in Berkeley, California. The shows are: Analogue, Instaland and a good old Open House (but not my house).


Analogue will showcase film photography from five brighton photographers: Tom Welland, Adam Bronkhorst, 25ThC, Captainbonobo and myself. Works shown in the show where produced on a variety of different film cameras and films. Some of the cameras that were used to produce images for the show will be on display, this should keep the most hardened camera geeks happy.

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Analogue is at the Artist Residence Gallery, 33 Regency Square, Brighton, BN1 2GG
The Private view is on the 21st March 6-9pm. Facebook event page.
The exhibition runs from 22nd March – Monday 30th April. Opening hours 12pm-5pm


Fellow Phoot Camper and long time internet chum Olivia Wright aka Perpetually has set up a new gallery space/shop in Berkley California. The debut show in this space is Instaland, it’s going to show case Instagram images for a bunch different people (many Phoot Campers) including Lauren Randolph aka laurenlemon the Instagram heavy weight of the world.

Instaland is at Terraria, 1557 Alcatraz ave, Berkeley, CA 94703
Private view March 24th 7-10pm Saturday. Facebook event page.
I am not sure about the opening hours for this so best get in touch with them for details if you want to check it out after the private view.

Open house 2012

This is still in the planing stage but me and my wife are moving open houses this year from Kemp Town two Brunswick Square. We will be exhibiting with 10 other talented artists so it should be a good one with some really interesting work. I will post more details soon so watch this space. Save Tuesday 8th of May in your diary as that is when the private view will be.

Open house 2012 – 21a Brunswick Square, Brighton
Every weekend in May
Private view Tuesday 8th of May

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