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SUE ARROWSMITH: 'WHISPER FROM THE SHADOWS'

Book to accompany solo exhibition at Purdy Hicks Gallery. Special edition of 30 books come with an original watercolour by Sue Arrowsmith.


Watercolour and book available to purchase from Purdy Hicks Gallery for £300.

Whisper from the Shadows
Purdy Hicks Gallery, 2 -31 October 2015
Sue Arrowsmith: 'Whisper from the Shadows'

DIANA MATAR: 'TWO MOONS' GOEUN MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY, KOREA. 29 AUGUST - 25 NOVEMBER 2015.

Diana Matar shows 46 works in the group photography exhibition 'Two Moons'. Exhibiting works from Matar's series 'Evidence', these are presented alongside works by Lydia Goldblatt, Mariela Sancari, Hye Ryoung Min, John Chervinsky and Peter B Leighton, with an artist talk by Diana Matar held 30 August 2015.

GoEun Museum of Photography
Busan, Korea

29 August - 25 November 2015

www.goeunmuseum.kr
Diana Matar: 'Two Moons' GoEun Museum of Photography, Korea. 29 August - 25 November 2015.

CHARLOTTE VERITY: MIDWINTER SPRING, THE BOAT HOUSE GALLERY, FLATFORD. 5 SEPTEMBER - 1 NOVEMBER 2015

Invited to create works on site in Flatford - the landscape that inspired John Constable - Charlotte Verity presents a new body of works for the exhibition 'Midwinter Spring'.
Verity states that "Constable's paintings have always touched me... the way he finds a paint mark to match the fleeting, often unnameable colours of fields, pools, wind-blown trees and the elusive blue of the English summer's sky; it’s depth and composure."

'Midwinter Spring'
The Boat House Gallery
Flatford Rd, East Bergholt
Suffolk CO7 6UL

5 September - 1 November 2015
Charlotte Verity: Midwinter Spring, The Boat House Gallery, Flatford. 5 September - 1 November 2015

DIANA MATAR: CONFLICT, TIME, PHOTOGRAPHY. STAATLICHE KUNSTSAMMLUNGEN DRESDEN31 JULY - 25 OCTOBER 2015

Conceived by Tate Modern, the exhibition illustrates how the events of war and their consequences have been captured and reflected in the medium of photography from the 19th century onwards. Historical photo-stories, documentary photographs, and works by contemporary photographers highlight the traces ‒ both momentary and permanent, visible and obliterated ‒ that each conflict leaves behind and which are inscribed, not only in the collective memory, but also in the actual places that once formed the backdrop for armed conflict.

Staatliche Kunstsammlungen
Dresden, Albertinum

31 July - 25 October 2015
Diana Matar: Conflict, Time, Photography. Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden31 July - 25 October 2015

JOAKIM ESKILDSEN: NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY, COPENHAGEN. 22 MAY 2015 - 31 JANUARY 2016

A retrospective held at Copenhagen's National Museum of Photography will exhibit a selection of works alongside sketchbooks, contact sheets, pre-proofing sheets, video and other materials that provide an insight into Eskildsen's work process.

The National Museum of Photography
Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1
Copenhagen, Denmark

22 May 2015 - 31 January 2016
Joakim Eskildsen: National Museum of Photography, Copenhagen. 22 May 2015 - 31 January 2016