Posts Tagged ‘exhibition’

Featuring 70 hand-crafted costumes from all seven movies, this exhibition reveals the artists’ creative process—and uncovers the connection between character and costume.

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And, bringing us fully up to date, the latter half of 2015. (Hey, this is still a step up from posting the last set of Halloween photos in January!)

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“Hatching the Past: Dinosaur Eggs and Babies” at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Since I only took pictures of the more interesting exhibits, you’d be forgiven for thinking this was £5 well spent. I’m here to tell you that it was not.

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I recently helped with the organisation and event photography for a fundraising exhibition at the Arlington Baths Club – a historic Victorian bathing complex (and, as it happens, John’s and my actual gym). Featuring a range of work by members of the club – myself included – the exhibition hosted artists of local and international acclaim.

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Launching tomorrow at The Arlington Baths Club! Official exhibition opening tomorrow night at 5:30. My work will be on sale as part of the exhibition, and I’ll also be taking pictures on the night. Free entry and free glass of fizz!

LOVE exhibition by Anthea Hamilton and Nicholas Byrne, part of the Glasgow International Festival 2014. Held at the formerly disused Govanhill Baths, the installation saw the historic building filled with suspended and free-standing inflatable sculptures.

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Merchants House (Now & Then) (Click for full size)

Candleriggs (Now & Then) (Click for full size)

My two pieces for The Merchant City’s Working exhibition at the Virginia Gallery, part of the Merchant City Festival 2013. The idea behind the exhibition was to pay homage to the vintage black and white photographs that showed people working in the city, and capture what makes the Merchant City a vibrant and uniquely cultural part of Glasgow.

Never one to make things easy for myself, I had the idea of creating images which would literally show the buildings peeling back to reveal the history of the Merchant City beneath.

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