Back from Bath, the opening was brilliant, loads of artworks and performances to see. Had also the opportunity to have a chat with the curators of the exhibition I was part of, amazing to finally meet them. (open the article for more pics)
(you can find artists statements here)
And of course my piece which had been somehow brought to life by its place and the tag made by Stewart White. Even the paper used is more street art wise than the usual photographic paper. I was not
aware of the work on my pic, so it was quite a surprise!
But it work so well, I am delighted.
Leaving some business cards behind.
But also the work of Grey and Dismal Green on depression.
Or Tim Holsgrove photographic work.
I spent some time in the city itself, just walking around rediscovering Bath, which I will show later in another post!
I missed so many brilliant events being away last week!
Look 13, Liverpool International Photography Festival started on Friday, with the opening on Thrusday part of the LightNight Festival. The festival's theme this year is "Who do you think you are?" and will be made of various exhibitions obviously, but also discussions and meetings. Here is a review from The Guardian for more information.
I also cannot wait to see the Central Library which reopened last week. You can have a look here at how gorgeous it looks now with Mark McNulty's review.
For me for now, I am working on finding all those messages on the walls around the city. I know there is a couple of them on Oxford St, but if you know more, don't hesitate to let me know!
On Oxford Street.