NEWS

TOM HUNTER: LONDON NIGHTS, MUSEUM OF LONDON, 11 MAY - 11 NOVEMBER 2018

London Nights, a nocturnal study of the city. Fusing portraiture, documentary, conceptual photography and film, London Nights reveals the capital at night. Displaying over 200 photographs by 50 artists, ranging from the late 19th Century to the present day, some never seen before.

Tom Hunter will be showing his Rat in Bed image from the Living in Hell and Other Stories series. This work was first shown at the National Gallery and was inspired by the headlines from The Hackney Gazette.

Please follow link https://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london/whats-on/exhibitions/london-nights

Museum of London
150 London Wall
London EC2Y 5HN
TOM HUNTER: LONDON NIGHTS, MUSEUM OF LONDON, 11 MAY - 11 NOVEMBER 2018

EDGAR MARTINS: I AM STILL HERE AT ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL, SOUTHBANK CENTRE

I Am Still Here is an exhibition of art by ex-offenders, secure patients, and detainees curated by prisoners' families. It features especially commissioned works by artist Edgar Martins.

Programmed by the Koestler Trust
Exhibition runs 19 September - 4 November
See koestlertrust.org.uk/exhibitions/im-still-here/
EDGAR MARTINS: I AM STILL HERE AT ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL, SOUTHBANK CENTRE

PURDY HICKS GALLERY AT KIAF SEOUL: 4 - 7 OCTOBER 2018

Purdy HIcks will be presenting works by Sue Arrowsmith, Pierre Bergian, Ralph Fleck, David Quinn, Anna Reivila, Santeri Tuori, Bettina von Zwehl.

Stand A75

COEX 1F, Hall A & B, Seoul

PURDY HICKS GALLERY AT KIAF SEOUL: 4 - 7 October 2018

BETTINA VON ZWEHL IN TELEGRAPH LUXURY THIS SEPTEMBER

Bettina von Zwehl is featured in the Luxury Telegraph September 2018 as part of the article 'Portrait of the artists: Seven female artists reveal their workspaces and creative processes'.
Bettina presents her work and upcoming projects, with portraits of the artist by Hannah Starkey.
BETTINA VON ZWEHL IN TELEGRAPH LUXURY THIS SEPTEMBER

DIANA MATAR: FIRECRACKERS

Diana Matar is profiled in a new Thames & Hudson publication showcasing work by the world's leading contemporary female documentary photographers. Introduction by Fiona Rogers. Foreword by Max Houghton.
DIANA MATAR: FIRECRACKERS