Vieraalla maalla (In a Foreign Place) is shown at Pingyao International Photography Festival 2016 in China.
Vieraalla maalla (In a Foreign Place) went to Arles on 6th July as part of the 2016 Circulations Festival 2016 Slideshow at Rencontres d’Arles Night of the Year in Arles.
The sixth edition of the Circulation(s) festival, dedicated to the European photographic diversity and discovering new talents, is showing this year a large selection of images from the series Vieraalla maalla (In a Foreign Place).
The images are shown:
26th March – 7th August 2016 at CENTQUATRE in Paris
26th March – 26th June 2016 at Gare de l’Est train station in Paris
Mar – June 2016 on billboards at 12 metro stations in Paris
in May 2016 as part of the Circulations Festival 2016 Slideshow at Belfast Photo Festival in Belfast
15th October – 26th November 2016 in Pierrefitte, France
Vieraalla maalla (In a Foreign Place) featured by online photography magazine LensCulture as they selected some of the photographers shown in Circulation(s) festival this year to showcase ahead of the festival launch.
In ‘the grey indicates the presence’, scientific images, appropriated mainly from publications popularising science with spectacular imagery, are treated and displayed as samples. Through following a process carefully devised to selectively parallel the mentality of systematic scientific study methods, the work not only critically examines, unmasks, and deconstructs some of the remarkably hegemonic structures and visual conventions of scientific imaging practices, but simultaneously profoundly questions the scientific typological approach to structuring reality, premised on assumptions of an underlying structure organising the world.
the online catalogue here.
The Magenta Foundation has published the Flash Forward 2015 catalogue showcasing the winners of year eleven of its Emerging Photographers Competition Flash Forward. As one of the winners, Vieraalla maalla (In a Foreign Place) is featured in the publication.
The Flash Forward 2015 publication is available on the Magenta Foundation website.
A selection of photographs from the series Vieraalla maalla (In a Foreign Place) will be included in Leyden Gallery’s Works on Paper exhibition.
Nan Goldin, Paula Rego, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Christine Taylor Patten, Lindsay Moran, Hilary Ellis, James Melloy, Atsuko Nakamura, Lydia Brockless, Daniel Hosego, Emilia Moisio, Dolores de Sade, Alexander Hamilton & Christopher Kettle
Leyden Gallery is delighted to announce their exhibition of contemporary prints, drawings & photographs, Works on Paper. This is their first exhibition focusing solely on art that is produced on paper. The exhibition will bring a group of internationally acclaimed artists into dialogue with a selection of emerging talented artists. For this exhibition there is a selection of artists who are represented by Leyden Gallery, such as Hilary Ellis, Atsuko Nakamura, Lindsay Moran and James Melloy, along with a further group who have recently exhibited in Leyden Gallery’s significant and respected quarterly Platform for Emerging Arts shows, which have included emerging artists to watch such as Emilia Moisio, Lydia Brockless, Daniel Hosego and Dolores de Sade. Supporting new artists is a priority of Leyden Gallery; being able to give emerging artists a platform to initially show their work, give them the confidence to exhibit in a commercial space and to support them through the growth of their career with group and solo exhibitions. Alongside these emerging talents, the work of internationally renowned artists such as Nan Goldin, Paula Rego and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham will also be exhibited.
With a brilliantly diverse range of styles and expertise Works on Paper is set to explore both the medium & the approach to working with such a versatile material.
Vieraalla maalla (In a Foreign Place) shortlisted for The Source-Cord Prize 2014.