Saturday, 2 July 2011

Voluntary Action Islington - exhibition throughout July

My newest exhibition is now up and running at Voluntary Action Islington (VAI) at 200a Pentonville Road, London N1 9JP.

The work on show is almost the same as I showed at the Rooftop Gallery back in March (catalogue here), only now the Door and Window series runs across a single long wall, and the Windows are all together in a single cluster. I think they look great.
I decided to give these pictures another airing for two reasons. One is that public access is limited to this show, so I didn't want to show new images that a lot of you wouldn't be able to see.

Another, more exciting, reason, is that the show is in a large and busy conference room, so will reach a very different audience to that of a gallery or museum show. I'm really looking forward to feedback on the pictures from such a different audience.

10% of print sales will go directly to Voluntary Action Islington, a great organisation that supports all kinds of local charities. Their website is here.

I hung the show yesterday with the generous help of Chris Avis, whose Mannequin Dreams are also on show at VAI this month. Learn all about her pictures here -

The show is open throughout July, Monday to Friday 10am-4pm. However, the conference room is not strictly a public area and is very busy with bookings throughout the month. If you are passing, it's certainly worth dropping in. However, if you are planning a special trip, it's worth calling Duncan at VAI first on 020 7832 5829 to check if there will be access.

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