Here From Now


14th - 19th December 2014
Opening Night - Saturday 13th December 6-8pm

Here From Now is a Landscape Photography Exhibition which seeks to investigate different elements and forms in Contemporary Landscape Photography. Camden Image Gallery has invited twenty-two unique photographers from all over the world to exhibit their work accompanied by their photo books.

Camden Image Gallery will also be exhibiting the work of Jo Metson Scott and writer Sarah Saey. They will be bring their study ‘The Borderland’ where they drove across the English borderland region – from the Solway Firth in the West, following the English-Scottish border to Berwick Upon Tweed in the east – curious to learn more about this region we knew little about. As well as a photographic study from Stevie McGarrity-Alderdice. In March 2014 Stevie was performing and showing artwork in Tokyo Japan: During his visit he had the opportunity to visit Sendai, one of the affected areas caused by the devastation of the Tsunami on March 11th 2011.  Stevie was asked to produce work in response to his visit to Sendai, whereas he produced a series of photographs on how the landscape currently looked three years on.

Exhibiting Photographers:

Michael Lundgren, Philip Gibson, David Timlin, Jim Mortram, Alberto Oliveira, Franko-B, Petros Koublis, Nina Sever, Harry Rose, Kenneth O'Halloran, Shane Lynam, Elise Boularan, Laurence Harms, Neta Dror, Dwi Asrul Fajar, Mandy Williams, Charles Bouchaib, Cyril Costilhes, Stevie McGarrity-Alderdice, Jo Metson Scott

Exhibiting Books:

Michael Lundgren: Transfigurations
Harry Rose: In the Company of an Invisible Man
Peter Bialobrzeski: Cairo Diary
Shane Lynam: Selektor Magazine Issue 2
Laurence Harms: Being There
Yann Gross: Kitintale
Mandy Williams: Riverbed Stories
Charles Bouchaib: Strict emotion #1
Costilhes Cyril: Grand Circle Diego
 

Group Exhibition

Landscape photography

In the main exhibition space we will be displaying an amazing array of landscape photography from photographers from all over the world.

This exhibition will also display eight photo books from Shane Lynam, Harry Rose and Yann Gross to name but a few.

Jo Metson Scott

the borderland

Jo Metson and writer Sarah Saey will be bringing their amazing study The Borderland where they drove across the English borderland region – from the Solway Firth in the West, following the English-Scottish border to Berwick Upon Tweed in the east – curious to learn more about this region we knew little about.

Stevie McGarrity-Alderdice

Japanese Tsunami

In March 2014 Stevie McGarrity-Alderdice (aka Spike Mclarrity), was performing and showing artwork in Tokyo Japan: During his visit he had the opportunity to visit Sendai one of the affected areas caused by the devastation of the Tsunami on March 11th, 2011.  Stevie was asked to respond to make work in response to his visit to Sendai, which he produced a series of photographs of how the landscape currently looks three years on.