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Posts Tagged ‘Camera’

Central Saint Martins MA in Communication Design Graduate Show 2011: Review

I may be nearly two months late with my review of the CSM Communication Design show but there was so much great work that I couldn't let it slide. Meet the likes of Su Kyung Lee, Matt Nicholson, Kanitta Meechubot, Sarah Langford, Gareth Barnett, Carl Partridge and Beth Salter.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Central Saint Martins Communication Design Degree Show 2011 Su Kyung Lee's The Imaginative Battle
Detail from Su Kyung Lee's The Imaginative Battle.

The Central Saint Martins MA in Communication Design graduate show was held earlier this summer in the spacious rooms of the high ceilinged Rochelle School. The quality was of an exceptional standard throughout, site and there were informative descriptions helpfully placed next to all the work.

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Exhibition: HIPSTAMATICS at the Orange Dot Gallery, Bloomsbury

The first of its kind, a new exhibition showcases 157 photographs taken by iPhone Hipstamatic app users…

Written by Matt Bramford

Illustration by Emma Block From student life to Vogue fame in one action packed year, here Daisy Knights’ creations have already been snapped up by our most loved style icons […]

Shadow Catchers: Camera-less Photography at the V&A

A new exhibition at the V&A explores the work of five camera-less photographers, presenting their work together for the first time…

Written by Matt Bramford

Susan Derges A new exhibition at the V&A – Shadow Catchers – is a beautiful as it sounds. The first of its kind, viagra sale it explores the work of […]

Edmund Clarke: Guantanamo- A review

Edmund Clarke’s photography exhibition fails to ignite our reviewer’s interest. But Nadav Kander's downstairs show at the same gallery is a delightful surprise.

Written by Valerie Pezeron

Detail of Interrogator/guard’s call button in Camp Five courtesy of Edmund Clarke. Photograph by Valerie Pezeron Where is the fire in Edmund Clark’s exhibition? Guantanamo: If the Light goes out […]

EXPOSED: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera at Tate Modern: A Review

A fascinating new photography exhibition at the Tate Modern attempts to unravel our complex relationship with the camera.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Detail from the Head series, doctor 2001, see by Philip-Lorca diCorcia. Exposed: Voyeurism, cost Surveillance and the Camera at the Tate Modern claims to be the first major exhibition to […]