Exploring this idea of the ubiquitous photograph, a new 15-day long event opens next week at an east London gallery, entitled 125Live.
The event will comprise an exhibition showing work by more than 100 photographers, as well as lectures and seminars from photography industry-types and workshops for those less versed in the art of the photographic lens.
Londonewcastle Space, hosing the event, says, ‘In the last decade photography has become ubiquitous, produced and reproduced at a rate never before seen in any other form of artistic expression; exhibited and collected at every level of the art world.
‘125Live launches…as a celebration of all things photographic’.
The works in the exhibition aware all taken in the last ten years, and will be hung in the style of a ‘19th century French salon’, according to event organisers, in a range of sizes.
Genres span landscape, still-life, nudes, abstract, fashion and portraiture, with all the works available to buy.
The lecture series, entitles CreativityTalks, will feature speakers including Jules Wright of the Wapping Project Gallery, photographers Klaus Thymann and Perry Curties and head of the London College of Fashion Professor Frances Corner
125Live runs from 12 – 27 September atLondonewcastle Project Space28 Redchurch St, London E2 7DP